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Social Media Privacy: Protection Against Online Exposure

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Social media platforms like Twitter, aka X, have made it easier to connect with many people. Users can share any content they want online, which may expose them to threats. Everything on social platforms is always visible to the public. Anyone can get information about anyone through their social account. However, social media privacy aims … Read more

How to Hide Your IP Address – 4 Easy Ways

You can use a VPN, Proxy Server, Tor, or your local coffee shop to hide your IP address. Read more for instructions on how to use each of these. Source: How to Hide Your IP Address – 4 Easy Ways     Random User Agent switcher chrome: firefox: opera: NOT RANDOM   … Read more

How to Delete Your Accounts From the Internet

Deleting accounts you’ve created on the internet isn’t always easy. Here’s how to leave several big-name services, from Facebook and Google to Netflix and Hulu. The phrase “I wish I could quit you” takes on a whole new meaning when you want out of a relationship with an internet service. Sure, you once thought you … Read more

TweetEraser System Settings

Currently there are not that much settings at TweetEraser.  The most important setting will allow you either to delete your tweets directly or put them into a queue and let them being deleted by a recurrently running system job. Go to the settings page and lets have a look at the top panel. There are … Read more

Get started with TweetEraser

On almost each of the pages of TweetEraser you’ll find top centered a button called “Sign in with Twitter“. Just click that button and use your Twitter credentials for a login. TweetEraser will forward you to the Twitter login page. TweetEraser itself does not need your Twitter account credentials. Please have a short look about … Read more

Welcome to TweetEraser

Nowadays every good web application should offer at least some kind of Howto’s. Some people are using a blog to provide their visitors with hopefully useful information. For TweetEraser, I would like to use the possibilities of a blog to provide you with – well, hopefully useful information – around why and how to use … Read more