This Is How You Can (Try To) Disappear From The Internet (22 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       10 Jul 2020       3917       4

WD Storage came up with a step-by-step guide on how to disappear from the internet completely

“Do you long for days gone by, when our lives were led in the real world rather than online? Perhaps you’re unhappy with the way social media makes you feel. Or maybe you’d just like your life to be more private. Maybe it’s time for you to disappear from the internet. Completely,” WD Storage writes in its article.

 

“Do you long for days gone by, when our lives were led in the real world rather than online? Perhaps you’re unhappy with the way social media makes you feel. Or maybe you’d just like your life to be more private. Maybe it’s time for you to disappear from the internet. Completely,” WD Storage writes in its article.

 

Firstly, WD Storage talks about the consequences that all the information posted online could have on people’s lives

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Are you ready to disappear?

Let’s run through the steps you need to take to erase yourself from all the most popular social networking sites

WD Storage starts with Twitter

Now let’s vanish from Facebook

From LinkedIn

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And, of course, Instagram

Congratulations, you’re halfway there!

Let’s dig deeper, shall we?

If you can’t delete an account—make it unrecognizable!

Now, it’s time to unsubscribe from everything

If you’re determined to vanish completely, you’ll have to delete your email

Make sure to not lose your focus in the future!

Congratulations—you’re nowhere to be found!



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Ophi 1 month ago
You have done nothing to get rid of legacy stuff like things others have passed on about/concerning you (there's nothing you can do about that). If you have a job, you cannot delete your job email. You now cannot use map apps. Don't think for a minute that your phone does not track you at all times regardless of your settings.
       
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Delores 1 month ago
As a professional who has to register with various organizations so as to have the right to practice, one simply accepts their profile on the internet exists and simply best manages it.

By trying to fool oneself into 'disappearing', you are doing yourself a disservice as the ideal is to shape perception rather than fight it.
       
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Phoebe 1 month ago
"Private" browsing? That only relates to storing your history and cookies from the session on your own computer. Your ISP still can see where you've gone.

And no mention of a VPN? No mention of logging onto your Bing/Google accounts and messing around with the privacy settings (for all the good it really does you)?

You have to be on the net. Make two "identities," at the easiest. One email/identity for all of your real dealings, such as shopping and the like where you need to have your real information out there. Use another identity and a different email account for every site that doesn't require your information for real, such as any freebie site, and for comments, as they don't need a credit card, so a fake name is fine. Do this with your social media accounts as well. When I was wasting time on Facebook to try it out, I had a fake name but emailed my friends to accept a request when it came through, so they would know it was really me despite the fake name.
       
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Dave 1 month ago
Phoebe,

'Wasting time on fb' rofl
Fake name but all your friends accept you?
So fb knows who you are, dont worry.

What about dark web and creating redundant data?
Anyone some info?
       
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