FYI all those websites that mine your phone number, address, etc then aggregate them - often times you can either delete or edit the info. I'd argue it's sometimes best to edit it. Change your age, party affiliation, household income, race, etc. The idea is to sow distrust in people about the info they're able to get.Thank you, this is a great idea. You mean like make your username "Superman01a" or something, because that will bring up a million results and be almost impossible to even get a hit for, like, a web forum? And of course sign up to whatever forum with a burner email.
And great idea for the disinformation. I can tell you for sure that it's really cold in Montana right now! Freezing when I go outside!
Thank you, this is a great idea!
I looked into this, this is what they said:
ProtonVPN respects its users’ privacy and enforces a No Logs policy. This means your VPN connections remain private.protonvpn.com
ProtonVPN respects its users’ privacy and enforces a no-logs policy. This means your VPN connections remain private and we do not store information about your connections or the websites you visit.
For the purpose of securing your account and making sure it’s you who is signing in, we store a single timestamp of your accounts most recent login. Again, we do not store any information about where you signed in from or how long you were logged in."