Re: another bloody silo that nobody needs
The point is that there is a financial incentive to de-anonymize the Internet's netizens. Meaning there will ALWAYS be someone out there trying to connect the dots, no matter how much effort you put into scattering chaff, much like a letter in the mail, the required information (addresses) alone are enough to start painting a picture. Frankly, if you want to stay anonymous, don't communicate. EVER. In fact, don't even step out into public streets (as you never know where a camera is hidden).