>>1638>what is fueling your desire to to be so uptight about your privacy, anon? just feeling like doing so ?
It's not really "uptight". I just don't like when I don't have full control over all information about me, or full knowledge of who knows what about me.
>it's futile, like it or not your data is going to be collected by complex techniques out of your control or even understanding no matter what.
This is incorrect. "Complex techniques out of your control" lol yes, the economic powers that be have literal magical powers now that I will never understand.
Beyond that, this is an idiotic thing to say. Why should I make it easy to harvest my data?
>beside, for an average internet user, they don't give a fuck beside knowing what pr0duct/ service ads you may be interested in.
I don't care.
I'm not telling anyone that they should
be concerned about this, or even go to the (very uninvasive) measure that I have taken to combat this problem. If you're okay with whoring your information out for mere convenience, be my guest.