I was once unmasked in a conversation because of a certain phrase that I used to use under a different handle. All of us have writing and speech patterns that we aren’t conscious of.What if we made a script where you typed a phrase the normal way you would say it? The script translates it into another language, back into English, and them copies it to your clip board.It would make your grammar worse, but the internet isn’t particularly bothered by grammar.This would solve two problems. First, it would mask your speech patterns. Second, it would allow you to type all at once, which prevents fingerprinting your typing style since you would just paste it.Any immediate problems with this idea if the translator/dictionary is device native and is strong enough that the translation isn’t too big a wreck?
I’m switching to Elementary OS which I read it’s based on Ubuntu , it’s great and I live but I’m concerned about the famous intel ME backdoors that come with macs , is it worthy getting another laptop ?
I use Mixmax on my work email account to track email opens, but on my personal email account I would like to at least block my location from being shown on each email I open.I’ve downloaded uglyemail and pixelblock extensions, the locations on my pc are turned off, and I believe all the location settings within my google account are also set to off. I also by default have images in emails blocked. However when I send myself a test email, I can still see where/when/etc my test email was opened (even if one of the extensions is saying the pixel was blocked, it clearly was not.)I’ve spent about an hour trying to find out any info, but it seems like most articles and threads on reddit are at least a year or so old.Is there any way to block your location? Maybe I’m overlooking something! Thank you!
Is there a privacy concern for using Avast web shields? It appears to monitor every website you travel to, and I was curious if that information is send to avast servers? Is it not recommended to disable active web monitoring? Would that be a security weak point?