Not the conclusion I expected: "The point should no longer be that we want the right to use the web anonymously to remain. We should rather fight to get this right back, because at some point somewhere along the way we lost it and nobody noticed." This post is the more explicit version of my thread here yesterday.
Coincidentally, this piece also went live today, detailing how one would hide their traces in real life in the US. Fascinating read, quite a few more options still available there apparently that are already barred in Europe. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/12/technology/how-to-disappear-surveillance-state.html
And now there is a great blog post from @firstname.lastname@example.org on the same topic, namely phone numbers becoming a centerpiece of authentication online. https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/03/why-phone-numbers-stink-as-identity-proof/
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