[Freebase-discuss] the future of freebase user ids
masouras at google.com
Mon Oct 4 19:11:26 UTC 2010
Chris, I am not sure if this will work yet, but theoretically you can also
delete your google.com cookies after you log-in to freebase.
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 7:47 AM, Christopher R. Maden <crism at maden.org>wrote:
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> As a follow-up to my security & privacy rant...
> I spent the weekend investigating privacy options and found a bunch of
> neat tools. (Upgraded Ubuntu by 3 revs first. (-: )
> One can run Firefox with multiple different profiles at the same time with
> firefox -p [profilename] -no-remote
> from a shortcut, icon, or command-line. It seems to share a lot of the
> common libraries, so the memory footprint doesn’t seem too bad. So for
> the paranoid like me, one can have a profile that allows Google and
> Freebase cookies, and then just not use that profile for anything else.
> [I also recommend the Ghostery, Scroogle, AdBlockPlus, and BetterPrivacy
> add-ons, for mitigating damage more generally.]
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> Chris Maden, text nerd <URL: http://crism.maden.org/ >
> “I like being free, and that makes me an idiot, I suppose.”
> — Stan Rogers, “The Idiot”
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