Of course if you have nothing to hide, and are proud of it, everything is as it should be. But a more cynical person might wonder, why is it so important for the Justice Department to identify exactly who is “against” a particular person or idea?
TOR can anonymize your IP address — the one that identifies your location down to your home router. Along with other “big data” being collected about you by your service provider; such as: what channels do you watch, for how long, how often, and at what time of day, can identify you as friend or foe of whoever is collecting that data.
It turns out TOR and other anonymizing software is actually pretty easy to use, if you wanted. Send me a note if you want to discuss privately – firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form under Contact on this site. If you want an additional layer of privacy, get your own protonmail account first (there is a free level, that’s all I use for now) and then email me. We can meet at the Dunkin, set it up, and make it work for you.
The post on the hosting provider’s site: https://www.dreamhost.com/blog/we-fight-for-the-users/ reports they are working with EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) to protect the privacy of their customers and visitors. You as an individual also have access to EFF resources (see the link).
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Justice demands 1.3M IP addresses related to Trump resistance site