OpenMedia.ca: The Inquirer: ICANN’s plan to end online anonymity would radically undermine Internet privacy

  ICANN​ plans to end online anonymity could undermine the privacy of almost anyone who purchases a domain name. At OpenMedia we believe privacy is a fundamental human right, and one that the Internet should safeguard and protect, rather than undermine. Article by Carly Page for The Inquirer DIGITAL RIGHTS ADVOCATES have written a scathing open ...

Canada II: Online Anonymity with Tor

I doubt many people in the general public have inspected their browser request headers recently. An edited version of a request from my own browser is below: HTTP_HOST: … HTTP_CONNECTION: … [snip] SERVER_SOFTWARE: … SERVER_NAME: … SERVER_ADDR: … SERVER_PORT: … REMOTE_HOST: redacted.cable.rogers.com REMOTE_ADDR: … REMOTE_PORT: … SERVER_PROTOCOL: … REQUEST_METHOD: …

Canada II: Online Anonymity with Tor

I doubt many people in the general public have inspected their browser request headers recently. An edited version of a request from my own browser is below: HTTP_HOST: … HTTP_CONNECTION: … [snip] SERVER_SOFTWARE: … SERVER_NAME: … SERVER_ADDR: … SERVER_PORT: … REMOTE_HOST: redacted.cable.rogers.com REMOTE_ADDR: … REMOTE_PORT: … SERVER_PROTOCOL: … REQUEST_METHOD: …