So your point is that you should be allowed to hide your IP? I have no problem with that. Go ahead. If you're getting mad at all of us for not hiding ours, then that's just silly. I don't care if you see where I live according to my IP or my email address.So, Jayelle, you're saying it's wrong for me to use an anonymity network to protect my location when a PO Box does the same thing? It's wrong to try and get people to use anonymity networks with my experimental data to support it? Illogical. All these points I've been bringing up support using anonymity networks.
My stalking question wasn't an accusation, it was asking if that's what you (or someone) would plan to do with an IP address.Whats wrong with a scientific experiment? Nothing. I can't run an experiment without getting baseless accusations of stalking?
I have absolutely no idea what you mean by this.Makes me think the United States is a lot better than Canada.
I still have no idea what you are actually arguing here. That people should protect their privacy? Sure. Go ahead. But it's up to them.
That people shouldn't tell you their location? Okay. But once again, still it's up to them.