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  1. Apr 2019
    1. With TrackMeNot, actual web searches, lost in a cloud of false leads, are essentially hidden in plain view

      Okay @cogdog here is another noise generating tool to try

    1. When we all use Noiszy, we can create a flood of meaningless data.

      The question, alchemy wanna bees, as how many Noiszy users would it take to be effective?

    1. Hiding from data collection isn't working.

      This is the message of our field guide selection.

    1. Still, White worried, random Google searches could send the program down a dark rabbit hole, without the user’s knowledge.

      Is this really something to worry about? More so than what we deal with already?

    2. He hypothesized that a system masking a person’s browsing history by layering in copies of other people’s browsing patterns might be more useful.

      Interesting hypothes(is) we wonder if this is something that can be done collaboratively

    3. These are of course recommended steps, but more in the vein of erecting walls of protection. In a world of entities of life forms, the ones wishing to penetrate walls (hear me oh Orange Haired Moron) will always find cracks, and ways around.