Anonymizing


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Anonymizing

The process of removing identifying information from a transmission over the Internet. For example, one may anonymize an e-mail by removing information regarding the sender. It should not be confused with anonymous trading.
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261, 268 (2008) (explaining how data reduction works to anonymize personal data); see also International Household Survey Network, supra note 54 (detailing the actual process of data reduction in anonymizing data).
The widespread availability of anonymizing tools can increase the amount of cyberstalking and Internet deviance in general.
The company actually published a blog on anonymizing information and noted how difficult it is to actually do that.
The Sophos Web Appliance protects against spyware, viruses, phishing, malware, anonymizing proxies, and unwanted applications, providing a complete infrastructure for secure browsing and eliminating the complexity of administering effective Web security.
The DETF, co-chaired by Ernie Allen, President/CEO of ICMEC, and Steve Rubley, Managing Director of the Government Segment of Thomson Reuters, offers a regulatory framework that fosters the growth of the digital economy, including digital currencies and alternate payment systems, while addressing anonymizing technology and the growth of "deep web" marketplaces that allow illegal commerce, including money laundering, narcotics, weapons, stolen goods, human trafficking and sexual exploitation of children, and more.
5 highlights is its "ability to filter HTTPS traffic, so even if parents turn off the Proxy category or kids find an unblocked secure anonymizing proxy, their Web surfing is still filtered.
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Proxy piercing is used to geolocate computers' users who deploy anonymizing techniques in an attempt to hide their true physical location.
The SIP privacy enhancement, supporting RFCs 3323 and 3325, enhances the Net-SAFE Privacy functionality by anonymizing caller identity information in SIP signaling messages on a per-user or per-call basis as instructed by the service provider's SIP infrastructure.
Near real-time updates keep end-users from going to new malicious websites or circumventing filters by using anonymizing proxies.
In addition, GCI has created a proprietary system for anonymizing collections, while ensuring data quality and protecting patient confidentiality.