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TL;DR: Don't track me Google is a user script I made that allows you to copy normal URLs, while hiding the referrer to the sites you're visiting. Installation "Don't track me Google" at the Chrome Web Store. "Don't track me Google" at Userscripts.org Explanation I have written a method which replaces the link-modifying rwt function with a bogus ...
See if the userscript found here for Google search works for you. I have been using it for a while now, and it's been working more often than not for me. Edit: Here is an addon for Firefox: Google search link fix
Unfortunately, there is currently no reasonable way to use GPG/PGP from within Gmail directly. The only two options are to encrypt the message manually from a client-side tool, pasting the result into Gmail when you're done, or to use a desktop mail client with GPG integration (such as Thunderbird + Enigmail) to send messages you need to be encrypted. ...
Put them on a private list. You can then just visit the list to see their tweets. You might want to also add the people you're actually following to that list and change your bookmark to point to it instead of Twitter's home page.
No. http://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=14357 Facebook does not allow users to track profile views or see statistics on how often a particular piece of content has been viewed and by whom without your consent. If an Application claims to provide this functionality, you can report an application for abuse by going to the application’s About page and ...
The Circles feature works one-way, meaning that their members can't see if they are part of a Circle or not. But Circles are one-way, or asymmetric. Everyone sets up their own Circles and nobody knows whose Circle they are in. Secret Circles would be a more apt description. Zuckerberg seems to be suggesting that they are not really groups because instead ...
The OAuth tokens for Google are at https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens (it's different from Linked Accounts). When I tried it, Facebook created a popup with a OAuth prompt the first time and only briefly opened a blank popup on subsequent attempts. De-authorizing Facebook makes the prompts appear again.
Make a friend list of those you do not want to see you online by clicking on Create New List. You can then move those individuals to the list by clicking on Add to List. Click on Chat in the lower left corner. Then toggle the offline status (green toggle next to the list name) of that particular friend list.
Click Account Click Privacy Settings Either: Simple: Click Friends Only Advanced: Click Custom Click Customize Settings Click Posts by me Select Friends Only
Taking a step back from any particular email provider: unless you're using an encrypted solution, you should assume that ANY email message you send can be read by ANY computer that it passes through on the journey between your computer and the recipient's computer. If you are concerned about privacy, then Google is the least of your worries.
The only thing you need to do is block the URL: facebook.com/ajax/mercury/change_read_status.php For Chrome, use the extension "FB unseen" which blocks the URL (full disclosure: I wrote this extension). If you want, with a little work you can use almost any adblocker to achieve this. But with "FB unseen" you can "Mark as read" whatever you want, so you can ...
There is now an alpha-quality Chrome extension for using GPG in Gmail. I have not tried it, so I cannot vouch for it. FYI "apps and extentions can not be added from this website" http://thinkst.com/tools/cr-gpg/
There is an option for this, but unfortunately you cannot set it; it must be set by your friends who do not want to see your comments and likes. If you comment on or like a post that they can view, then your comment or like may appear in their News Feed unless they turn those off. To do that they can hover their pointer over your name or go to your ...
There are two ways Google 'logs' your searches. Google keeps server logs and there's a feature to log your searches in Web History. Server Logs Google stores search information like your web request, Internet Protocol address, browser type, browser language, the date and time of your request and one or more cookies that may uniquely identify your browser ...
From Google's own page: Who can see your circles When you place people into circles, or when you share with your circles, we won't disclose the titles of the circles people are in. People in circles that you share with may be able to see some of the others with whom that content was also shared.
Speaking personally I've used Gravatar since signing up with Stack Overflow nearly 2 years ago and haven't noticed any problems. I used a unique e-mail address which is only used for Stack Exchange sites which means that if it was compromised they wouldn't get very far, and if e-mails started turning up from strange sources using that address I'd know it ...
It would depend on what kind of legal promise you needed. Specific employees from Fog Creek have the ability to look at your data (sys admins, trello devs), although, as a company policy, these employees have all been instructed to get your permission first if they needed to do so. General Fog Creek employees cannot access your data. The data is not ...
"FB Not-Seen," a chrome extension that I made, used to prevent messages from being marked as seen. It also used to keep track of how many messages have been "unseen" and can be turned off and on easily. Unfortunately, I sold it and it is no longer available in the Chrome store.
The privacy of your like is dependent on the privacy of your friend's post. if they only share the post with you, then you liking it will only appear in your friend's activity feed/newsfeed. If they share it with a group of friends it will appear only in that group of friends' activity feed/newsfeed. If they share it publicly. It will end up in all your ...
Very similar to the link you provided: Under your name (top right) select Settings Under Privacy Controls select Select what others see when you've viewed their profile Select You will be totally anonymous
You can stop others notifications of photos you are tagged in appearing. Go to http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy&ref=mb and select "Customise settings". On that page there's an option in the "Things others share" section: Photos and videos I'm tagged in Select the drop down and pick "Customise". You then get this dialog Select ...
Three easy steps: Create two lists (Account > Edit Friends > Create a List): Real Friends and Co-workers; sort FB friends accordingly Account > Privacy Settings > Customize Settings > Posts By Me > Customize > Under "Make this visible to" on the line labeled "These people:" select "Specific People..." and type the names of the lists or individuals When ...
Gmail uses HTTPS by default. However, there are still two ways that IT can see you: If your PC has a trusted certificate owned by IT, they can setup an SSL proxy which resigns using their certificate and capture all traffic. Your PC might have monitoring software Either method could allow them to see your authentication cookie, which they could use ...
If you hover over the link with your cursor, it should show you where the link actually directs to. Chances are it's some malware-infested site or phishing scam. A lot of antivirus programs can monitor that kind of thing in real-time and stop your computer from doing anything stupid just before it's too late, but I wouldn't rely on that. If you have even ...
There isn't a way to change the visibility of existing posts. Once they've been posted they're "out there" and visible to everyone you shared them with in the first place. The only thing you could do is delete it and then repost to the correct circles/people. For new posts click on the [x] in the "Public" green button and then click on + Add circles or ...
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