Twitter announced that it will track its users browsing history and spy on their activity outside of Twitter, so that they can better censor opinions and people they disagree with. This is Twitter's official censorship and surveillance campaign. I present you with an easy solution that will make it impossible for Twitter to track you and censor based on your browsing history.
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How to use uMatrix browser extension to fight against corporate surveillance and censorship https://youtu.be/TVozpo3zUBk
How to use Facebook anonymously (similar approach) https://youtu.be/I7kz7sqIgEk
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Brave Browser https://www.brave.com/
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From Twitter rules:
“We believe in freedom of expression and open dialogue, but that means little as an underlying philosophy if voices are silenced because people are afraid to speak up. In order to ensure that people feel safe expressing diverse opinions and beliefs, we prohibit behavior that crosses the line into abuse, including behavior that harasses, intimidates, or uses fear to silence another user’s voice.”
I believe in freedom of speech 'BUT' I want to censor everyone that I disagree with.
Twitter intentionally hides behind “we are against murder” narrative, to make it appear like their new policy is a no brainer. No bullying, threats, suicide, doxxing, child abuse, sexual content etc. But these are all cases where the law decides what’s right or wrong and the law enforcement goes after these people anyway.
What Twitter wants to do, however, is purely political, as they reserve the right to define what’s hurting other people’s feelings and what isn’t.
The narrative is going to be set by those who scream “harassment” the loudest.
So you’ll want to prevent Twitter from getting access to your browsing history. In ‘security by compartmentalization’ strategy, each compartment has its own separate entry, completely independent from all other compartments. This is to make sure that even if an adversary breaks through one compartment, they still can’t gain access to other compartments.
For you, your compartments are going to be web browsers. You are going to have a separate web browser for Twitter, and a separate one for everything else you do on the Internet.
Set your Firefox to never remember history. After you’re done wtih that, go to the addons section and download and install these: uBlock Origin, Decentraleyes, Cookie AutoDelete, and HTTPS Everywhere. If you are willing to go even more hardcore to be absolutely safe, you can install uMatrix to block third party requests, scripts, and all the tracking and malicious code on websites. Even if you are not logged in to twitter, websites you visit across the Internet use social media pluggins that track you everywhere. These usually come in a form of “Like” and “Share” buttons that you see on many articles. You have to block these to make sure Twitter isn’t following you. And that’s exactly what uMatrix is for.
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