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Re: LF: Facebook LF/MF Amateur Radio Group

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Subject: Re: LF: Facebook LF/MF Amateur Radio Group
From: Warren Ziegler <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2015 08:52:00 -0400
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You can use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) to mask your IP address.
Alternatively, you can use Tor browser, which I tried one time. The problem with Tor is that you can't use any of the many plug-ins that web sites use so you can't see much of the content.

I'm always interested in suggestions on web privacy, and be no means an expert, but I fear we are drifting off the LF topic of the reflector.

73 Warren K2ORS


On Tuesday, September 15, 2015, Eike DL3IKE <[email protected]> wrote:
Just ask the NSA. Aren´t they doing that? ;-)
BTW: on every website with a facebook-"f", the "f" is unique, that means traceable. They are collecting and combining all "f"- and IP-data, even if you are not a facebook member.
Maybe they don´t know your name, but they remember your trace. If you don´t want that, you have to use an different computers and IP for each website or only paper...
No matter, what you do, if you use the web, you´ll be traced...

73s de Eike DL3IKE

Am 14.09.2015 um 17:45 schrieb DK7FC:
I agree 100%.

And regarding the argument "There is a permanent loss of information (on blacksheep)": Then you need to save EVERY data of the radio bands, recording each QSO, each single QRN burst, you then permanently need to record the spectrum from 0...100 GHz because it's all information and often useful!

73, Stefan

Am 14.09.2015 03:03, schrieb Mal Hamilton:
Yahoo was not requested by the majority of Active LF operators at the time but by a few trying to impose their will on others that were content with blacksheep and still are
I do not want my LF/MF information stored on yahoo or twitter or Facebook for ever.
There is an abundance of information available about LF/MF from various other sources going back BC
G3KEV





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73 Warren K2ORS
                WD2XGJ
                WD2XSH/23
                WE2XEB/2
                WE2XGR/1

 
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