“anonymous email Tag Archive

Privacy

Who is watching you open your emails?

Snooping Email Marketers are Tracking You It’s been a long day, your email inbox is full of messages – many of them unread. You quickly eyeball them, a few catch your attention, maybe you’ll come back and open them later. After lunch, perhaps, or maybe after that meeting. But one of those emails seems interesting […]

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The new age of anonymous email: why do you still give yours out?

The term “anonymous email” can refer to many products that either temporarily or permanently shield your actual email address or provide you with a disposable email address. Let’s take a look at the different types of anonymous email, what separates them from each other, and how each can be most effectively used. Why use an […]

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Privacy

Is privacy dead or a billion-dollar business?

Please help us out and vote for our SXSW panel, “Is privacy dead or a billion-dollar business?”  Your votes make up 30% of the decision process, so we really need you!  We’ll warn you that you need an account on SXSW.com to vote, but registering with a disposable email using our MaskMe tool makes that […]

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Massive new data breach: was your email part of the Epsilon data breach?

Everyone needs to take care to not get too angry at Epsilon, but get even with hackers and get in control of your online privacy.

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To be (anonymous) or not to be: should you use your real name on the internet?

What sort of trail do you leave online?  Do you comment as yourself?  Do you think that using only the first initial of your last name, like John S., doesn’t link to you?  Do you use a profile picture?  Be honest:  do you have any idea how many times you’ve left your real name on […]

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