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Why Conservatives Can’t Hide Their Online Identities.

Why Conservatives Can’t Hide Their Online Identities.

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Every Google or third-party web browser opens up one or more “back door” channels to download your data.

That is because all need to earn Google commissions to survive. And so, they developed the Google Chromium platform and agreed to leave open the “back doors” so Google can use or sell your data.

And so, you cannot hide your identity or shield your data. Sorry! But you gave up your right to privacy when you downloaded that free web browser!

The future of web browser privacy for conservatives looks even less private.

Think again if you are looking for future technologies to hide your online identity! Achieving online privacy is becoming even more complex, and I reluctantly say impossible!

Here, I go over the possibilities and strike them down. I quickly do this because the problem is not in the details but in the generally open nature of the internet itself.

Misguided thoughts on hiding your online identity

Because those who benefit most by knowing you already have a shared profile on you. Big Tech is rapidly moving forward to the day they’ll know what you think and where you go!

Furthermore, this is all done in the name of your convenience. Unfortunately, history tells us every time we give up our privacy; we give away our freedom to tyranny or totalitarianism.

Given these points, I can save you time by offering my thoughts. I hope you have better ones.

Is SMS messaging private?

SMS messaging is not private. Big Tech already knows your email address or device number like any other data going out over the internet. And so, your data is easily captured. While using SMS instead of email might be for untraceable communication, the trick no longer works.

However, there is something that may work.

Cell phone towers offer some anonymity.

There is hope for protecting your data when using a cell phone tower. But, who ONLY uses a cell phone tower?

Besides, using them to connect to the internet helped protect your privacy somewhat. But now, governments can read and match your smartphone serial numbers to your name.

Is it too late to stop Big Tech from creating my online profile?

It’s too late; even if it wasn’t, Big Tech could quickly start one. There isn’t any way to avoid this reality unless you make some dramatic lifestyle changes. Even then, I doubt you could remain under the “radar” for long!

Let’s look at some common misconceptions.

What is collecting my data?

Online privacy went out the window when the Google Chrome browser went open-source. After all, what web browser developer company could resist quality software to speed ahead of their 3rd party development?

And yes, there was a catch, and all parties knew about it, except you and me.

The open-source came with an unchangeable software kernel that automatically downloads your day. So, the 3rd party Google Chromium developers claim they don’t download your data. But, never tell you that Google’s doing it.

What is Google Chromium?

Google Chromium is “open source” web browser software that constantly runs in the background of your web browser. It patiently waits to download your data in the background when your device is not too busy. Meanwhile, it takes up tons of memory workspace, thus slowing down your device.

Before you get upset, remember that Google and all third-party web browsers warned you. And you agreed to let it happen in their Terms of Service Agreement that you didn’t read but signed.

Why does personal online privacy now mean personal freedom?

In this age of authoritarian government, when you give up your privacy, you give up your freedom. Because the world’s kingsmen now have the technology to build a personal profile on you.

For example, our “so-called” rulers can track who has had a gene replacement therapy injection. And, if someone refuses, their liberties can be reduced or eliminated.

Do you eventually need to trust someone when hiding your identity?

Erik Prince talks with Steve Bannon, who is trying to help Conservatives with a crowd-sourced security solution called “Unplugged.”

There are ways to safeguard your identity, but they all require that your trust someone. And, there is no one currently who can guarantee to shield you from the communists.

The Erik Price privacy solution is called “Unplugged.” It is end-to-end encryption via a suite of apps sharing the same privacy safeguards, like social media, chat, etc.

He claims that by January 2023, it will have untraceable mobile phones, which are Google Android phones which engineers have manually stripped out tracking code.

No methods or technology is secure!

While his answers to privacy can lower your profile exposure, Big Tech is too sophisticated to lose track of you, no matter what.

And so, while Erik Prince is on to something, it still bothers me that you still need anyone holding your encryption passwords. I will admit any privacy seeker will need to trust someone.

Even Online Personal Security Gurus Are Stumped!

I learned what I could from genuine security experts; however, none had the complete answer, only helpful advice. All tried to find a solution, even as they taught their classes!

Even a well-known and respected online security expert using a de-Googles phone cannot achieve their security. And he even runs his own commercial Virtual Private Network (VPN)!

Will a Minimal Linux Distro Web Browser Hide My Identity?

While most don’t send out your IP address or finger ID, there are many other ways to identify you. For example, Google can identify you by your internal machine number, router location, personal cross-referencing data, etc.

And, the more extensive, more detailed your profile grows, the easier identification becomes. Therefore, a minimal Linux distro browser will not hide your online identity.

Forbes tells you why your web browser will never be secure.

Not until Google says so!

Logically, using a secure web browser is your first line of defense. Unfortunately, none of the popular ones offer any hope of protecting your identity.

They don’t tell you the truth when enticing you to download their browser. The 3rd party web browsers don’t download your data; the Google Chromium kernel does it automatically.

Do You Have a Right to Remain Anonymous?

According to our Right to Free Speech, you have a constitutional right to privacy. That is unless you agree to waive it. You do what you “AGREE” to their online Terms of Service Agreement before downloading.

“Terms of Service”

In the words of the intolerably long and unreadable “Terms of Service,” we all agree to give them the right to download and sell our data. In doing so, we give up our right to privacy.

You’ll find this just before you download it and in the footer of every web browser. Five bucks, you never read and digested one!

Your right to move or delete data is sacred.

New laws say that Big Tech must provide an easy way to protect your data. To include downloading personal data to facilitate storage or moving it to another platform.

Does Big Tech hang on to any of your data when you download and move? While I don’t know, I bet they do.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any popular browsers that don’t allow Google to download my data?

No.

Can I stop Google from downloading my data from my web browser?

No.

Conclusion

It’s dumb to let any person or company have so much control of your data. Because allowing it gives them control over you. Gone are the days of letting people know everything because you have nothing to hide.

Furthermore, scientists are teaching artificial intelligence to converse with you. And everything you’ll say will be recorded and processed. Supposedly to help build your online profile.

Your device will get to know you. Perhaps better than anyone else ever could. But, the puppet master behind the device will have multiple plans for personal data.

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