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dan Posted - 10/14/2008 : 01:16:21
Registration problems usually mean "cookies" are disabled on your browser. On Internet Explorer, you can enable cookies by selecting tools, internet options, and setting privacy to medium. On Firefox, you can enable cookies by selecting tools, options, privacy, and enabling cookies.

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I also think it is very understandable that many people choose to use temporary or invalid email addresses when registering to protect their privacy when discussing their medical issues in a public forum. We want you to participate regardless of whether your email address is valid or not.
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mark72 Posted - 05/02/2015 : 04:56:25
Pease, please never consider yourself anonymous, if you go to cyber space. With an anonymous e-mail you cannot hide your computer IP.
Using Tor can make harder for identifying your IP, but if some guys go hard after you then they can be one step ahead of you.
Be always genuine; calculate consequences for anything you say, because they can classify you as Positive, Neutral or Negative and your posts might be recorded in your terabytes file folder, and you might end on the Black List.
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2686467/how-to-use-the-tor-browser-to-surf-the-web-anonymously.html
https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en
http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/a-beginners-guide-to-tor-how-to-navigate-through-the-underground-internet/
Tor is handy, but it's far from perfect. Don't think just because you're using Tor that you're perfectly anonymous. Someone like the NSA can tell if you're a Tor user and that makes them more likely to target you. With a enough work, the government can figure out who you are.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rF5xdTXOk_0


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