A quick and dirty crash course
Never use the same username twice.
This may be common sense for some, but using the same username (or similar) across multiple sites makes it easier to track you. An old username of mine used to give 40 pages of results on Google before I decided to diversify. In the activist scene, we are generally not involved to make a name for ourselves; making it easy for complete strangers to learn as much as possible about us is not very useful.
In my opinion, the best usernames are simple, common nouns – especially on smaller websites. Simple names like “flower” or “towel” or “hat” are usually more personal than names like “xXantifa_soldier1312Xx” and say very little about who you are.
Don't use Google or Google products.
digital_opsec.txt · Last modified: 2020/06/04 23:46 by mongler