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craigneuk

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Is it just me or is everybody else bothered abut your privacy. I am sorry but ive just noticed on the bottom of this page click the cookie button if you accept
is there a way of taking all the tam kite way tae feck before this comp gets fired oot the windae
this and these blody captcha things are getting right oan my thruppnney bits.
you say no to cookies on one thing and stop them 2 minutes later you have to do it again
or is that me or him paranoia kicking in
Can anybody telll me a right good way to get privacy back before this comp gets fired through the window on to next lorry aberdeen bound
I am possibley causing most of it as i dogged school and taught myself at the university of life

can nobody come up with a privacy on button ????
 

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Yes.
Use a VPN and privacy will be across the board, why allow google to know everything along with your ISP?
The internet is not what it used to be, personally internet users need to take steps from “ALL” those wanting to know internet habits and store your browsing history for 12 months.

No brainer using a proper VPN.
But not that free crap thats out there.

You do NOT have privacy online unless you take steps to make your online activity private.
 

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Even with a VPN you still have to accept cookies everytime you exhale..

+ i'll guarentee VPN'S will be illegal in the next 5-10 years.. you heard it here first..
 

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Even with a VPN you still have to accept cookies everytime you exhale..

+ i'll guarentee VPN'S will be illegal in the next 5-10 years.. you heard it here first..
I think in canada there trying to block them. I know china have, to censor freedom of speech and serve only what the state wants you to hear. On them grounds im sure UK will be keen to follow in not to distant future.
 

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im using a vpn ip vanish but there are still sites not allowed on feecking captch things
i probably havent set the vpn up right as i just not that clever and everytime you visit one of there pages all you get is buy it
why buy the fecker when knowbody has sat down from scratch and put it in laymans terms
how to install all these things. fcuk im going for a vally im bouncing about this chair like zebadee on speed
mair ranting the mora nite guys
 

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Smoke a joint mate.
(weekend is near)
I only get as annoyed as that when my ms farts in the bed.
 

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I think in canada there trying to block them. I know china have, to censor freedom of speech and serve only what the state wants you to hear. On them grounds im sure UK will be keen to follow in not to distant future.
Thing is we can get around it at the moment and we will move onto something else in the future. maybe one day we will be sending files between ourselves hidden and discuised.

As for banning VPN's it makes it very complicated as VPN'S are used legally.. Every morning i sign into a VPN and then connect to my employers servers to work that day.

Banning this would open up privacy concerns with large bluechip companies trying to keep customer records secure.. i cant see how they can diferenciate my work VPN and personal one?? 10111000111000111100011110000 we dont exactly know what the CP's can see.. yes we know the basics of how vpns work but its not fully known is it??
 

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Banning this would open up privacy concerns with large bluechip companies trying to keep customer records secure.. i cant see how they can diferenciate my work VPN and personal one?? 10111000111000111100011110000 we dont exactly know what the CP's can see.. yes we know the basics of how vpns work but its not fully known is it??



feck me that calmed me down so much there my head is well up ma erse. that went over my head like a hawk on a moose hunt

10111000111000111100011110000 =15
 

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Banning this would open up privacy concerns with large bluechip companies trying to keep customer records secure.. i cant see how they can diferenciate my work VPN and personal one?? 10111000111000111100011110000 we dont exactly know what the CP's can see.. yes we know the basics of how vpns work but its not fully known is it??



feck me that calmed me down so much there my head is well up ma erse. that went over my head like a hawk on a moose hunt

10111000111000111100011110000 =15
If you get pleasure from it and in doing so your VPN is turned on youy have nothing to worry about..

Imagine calming down stroking your chickens kneck and someone in mumbai is watching you??
 

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mumbai need some fecking eyesite
ive got to take a half viagra to stop me pishing over ma slippers !!!!
 

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Thing is we can get around it at the moment and we will move onto something else in the future. maybe one day we will be sending files between ourselves hidden and discuised.

As for banning VPN's it makes it very complicated as VPN'S are used legally.. Every morning i sign into a VPN and then connect to my employers servers to work that day.

Banning this would open up privacy concerns with large bluechip companies trying to keep customer records secure.. i cant see how they can diferenciate my work VPN and personal one?? 10111000111000111100011110000 we dont exactly know what the CP's can see.. yes we know the basics of how vpns work but its not fully known is it??
IPv6 will solve the issue of this. They will ban VPNs, whilst they have legitimate uses within a corporate environment, you still have to connect to a specific IP on a specific interface, so as every device on the internet will be able to have its own IP, then they can easily differentiate between personal and corporate.
 
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