Why Conservatives Can’t Hide Their Online Identities.

Knowing about my personal quest can save you a lot of time.

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Conservatives can’t hide their online identities. It’s far too late for that! Because big tech’s artificial intelligence (AI) already has an extensive personal profile on all of us.

Besides, Big Tech’s downloading and selling of your personal profile is such a huge business! They are not about to give it up! It’s the core of their profitability.

You’d think today’s web browsers who claim they don’t download your personal data a welcome relief! But they’re not!

Sure they don’t download your data, they let Google do it in the background. And, they’ve been misleading us for decades!

And now, with our increased reliance on the internet, there isn’t much we can do about it!

Nevertheless, I set off to do my own personal research. And, what I found is not comforting.

Even online personal security teachers wasted my time. They hedged the truth by talking as if they’d eventually expose the “magic bullet.” Or thought that together we’d figure things out as we go.

But we never did!

After hundreds of hours of my personal research time, here is a summary of what I learned: Confusing the AI is the best you can do. Even then, be careful your efforts don’t come back to haunt you.

Big Tech’s Large Appetite for Our Personal Data

We accept big tech’s collection and profiling of our personal information as useful. After all, it helped them deliver more personalized advertising.

However, after decades of increasing collection, this information turned into a tremendous hammer over us. A hammer that only the most experienced hackers can avoid nowadays.

Who is Big Tech?

Big Tech is a label for Google, Twitter, Facebook, and their affiliates. They have taken the place of mainstream media.

Big Tech and Radical Democrats Team Up!

Radical Democrats are causing an identity crisis for conservatives. Many conservatives are now forced to hide their political beliefs to keep their jobs.

The “Cancel Culture” politics of the radical left needs to eliminate all opposition. And so, they ruthlessly use online political information against anyone who opposes them.

Standing up to censorship

Do you remember? When you first realized the censorship of conservatives was real!

Probably, a long time ago?

An even better question nowadays is: when do any of us realize soon there will be no one to stand up for any of us?

What are the advantages of telling Big Tech’s AI who you really are?

Standing up for your political beliefs versus denying them makes you a happier and stronger individual. Lying always seems to come back to haunt.

Maybe you have decided to mislead people at work about your political affiliation? You’re probably not alone. And, that’s the problem!

Too many conservatives have already done the same. Consequently, the Progressives (Communists) are now encouraged because they think our belief in America weakening!

I know many now lie about their political affiliation at work. And, I can’t really blame them. But lying always comes back to haunt a person.

Please consider spending time and energy to bring back free speech. Because it’s better to risk it all rather than get on your knees.

My Personal Research Into How a Conservative Can Hide Online Identity

If the truth is known, few have less to hide than me. Nevertheless, sitting here hour after hour writing to help conservatives regain their online voice. It was past time for me to think about controlling or limiting my personal information.

And so, I set upon a journey of looking for the “Holy Grail” myself– to hide my own online identity.

Here, I’ll tell you what I’ve learned.

Even Online Personal Security Gurus Are Stumped!

Most I listen to are genuine experts. While they all had good advice, none had the end solution. Most were trying to figure out a solution themselves, even as they taught their classes!

If you thought encyption was the answer, you’d only be partially right!

Ok, your messages get encrypted and travel to someone’s server. Of course, they have a key to open it. Unless, maybe, if it’s a blockchain smart contract app. Even then, I’m not sure!

With a Court Order, they can! The only exception may be when your message is part of a blockchain network. Even then, a government institution may have a master key. BTW, it’s now common knowledge they use these keys without court orders.

Also, you must be aware of whether anyone copied your message by accessing your computer, while you transmitted it, or during storage on their network.

This one example of following the security of a message tells you that it could be dangerous to proceed unless you have some basic knowledge of internet networking.

If can’t give up any one of Facebook’s services, you’ll need a separate web browser and identity.

Will a Minimal Linux Web Bowser Hide My Identity?

Theoretically, it could. But, Chromium already offers a Linux version called, Chromium OS, which will become the next domination force in third party web browsers.

And, Google is making the moves to keep from straying from their main purpose — open a data pipeline from us to Google.

Why web browsers are not secure!

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.

When enticing you to download their browser, they don’t tell you the whole truth. Sure, they don’t download your data, but with a wink and a nod, they allow Google to do it!

What is the Google Chromium Project?

This is done by building web browsers on free, downloadable “open source” software by Google. It serves as a base for third-party developers to make their own web browsers.

Such a great deal! A free industry-leading browser codebase with a built-in commission stream earned by just letting Google download your data–direct to them!

Google’s main revenue source is gathering information on internet users, so their advertising customers get their information in front of buyers. Make no mistake! This is the continual focus of their business!

Do We Really Know if Google Chromium Browsers Have Undocumented “Back Doors?”

Here is a Reddit user complaining about Google Chromium always connecting to one of their IP addresses in the background. It’s an old comment but shows at least Chromium had this ability at one time. Also, other than this one reference, it looks like search results are scrubbed of info.

If I’m right, every web browser built on Chromium collects your data and sells it. And, that’s regardless of advertised privacy features and control panels.

Conclusions about the Chromium Project

Consequently, Google does have a hidden monopoly — collecting massive amounts of our personal data every second — even while acting like the good guy.

Moving on from the recent history of web browsers, that doesn’t matter much anymore, as we have already moved into the new browser wars of distributed networking file systems, Linux OS, and advanced features. And so, many browser developers left to fend for themselves.

The reason for this article is to aggregate Chromium Project and Linux OS info to help non-technical people understand the changing state of the web browser world.

Google Shuts Down API Access for Chromium because of Linux.

Seems like everything is so political these days! Recent development shows that Google’s executives either got fed up and had a hissy. Or maybe, they just decided time to exercise the power of their dominant web browser market share.

Anyway, Google got the excuse they needed! On March 15th, 2021, it’s going to be much more difficult to use Chromium-based browsers. They shut down the third-party use of many of the features necessary to compete with the Mothership.

Starting on March 15th, Google said it will limit access to many Chrome application programming interfaces (API) inside Chromium starting March 15, 2021. This means users using the Chromium web browser or any other web browser based on its open-source codebase won’t be able to use most Google-specific API-enabled services. This includes the ability to sync Chrome bookmarks, check your spelling, find your contacts, translate text, and on and on.  

Zdnet.com, By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols,  “Linux Distributors Frustrated by Google’s new Chromium web browser restrictions”

Do You Have a Right to Remain Anonymous?

According to our Right to Free Speech, you do have a constitutional right to privacy. That is unless you agree to waive it.

“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 and in the footer of every web browser. Five bucks, you never read and digested one!

Your right to move or delete your personal data.

New laws say that Big Tech must provide an easy way to download your personal data and move to another platform. Or delete your data entirely.

Important: Messages you sent to others on their platform remain.

This means anything you enter on a Big Tech platform is forever! This is an important reality when trying to protect your identity.

A New Way to Collect Your Based on Your Personal ID

Web browser are now blocking Google ads, and they’re sick of it. Plus, sharing all that commission with competing web browsers! They must have figured there had to be a better way!

And, there is now!

Here, I bring back the other Big Tech partners of Facebook and Twitter. Individually, and especially together they have massed and incredible amount of personal info about all of us.

Each of us has an ID on each.

What if they combined information under a single ID? Ok, you already know the answer!

They don’t even need to download your data, even with permission. They can mine your personal data from the everyday usage of their services.

In the end, there is a war over you’re personal data. And, it’s not among Big Tech. Instead, it’s between you and them.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can the web browser developers using Chromium opt-out or delete the spying program?

All Chromium-based web browsers have this “back door” embedded in an unremovable kernel.

Can a user stop the downloading of personal data?

Some data downloading can be switched off in the privacy settings. But, the profile info needed to increase the accuracy of their corporate client’s advertising cannot.

Conclusion

The amount of scrubbing Google did to hid or downplay their semi-clandestine use of back doors in the core is astonishing! They never really did get exposed. Till now!}

They knew this day would come, and so they’ve been off pursuing new ways to capture our buying and political habits. In fact, they realized long ago, they were going to need to change.

They say that they’ve found even more accurate ways to collect info on us. effective. I can hardly wait to find out how they’re going to hammer the info out of us.

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By Wayne

I am an Op-Ed writer and commentaries specializing in America's conservative political issues for over 6 years. I am truly am an independent journalist as I receive no outside funding or commissions. I am driven by the need for everyone to understand the daily news in context.