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Creating a phone verified Google/Gmail might help. https://5sim.net is your friend there. They also do Twitter activation too. it’s all quite cheap :)

@Raziel
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Really nice piece of service, never heard of it before

Again I should note not my service, I just have paid coins to them and it all works.

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No, but you could convert your XMR to Bitcoin or Litecoin using something like https://xmr.is :)

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Psst for installing the vpn on your own server/vps: https://github.com/angristan/wireguard-install

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If you actually plan on posting things?

Use a different email account to connect to each one, and don’t use that account for anything else.

Maybe run the browsers in a container of some sort? Create the account through a VPN so Twitter things you are in France, for example, where privacy laws are a little stricter, and you have “the right to be forgotten”. Somebody else will have better answers than me, but it is an interesting question.

@Tgraswe
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Container feature is included in firefox, by the way.

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@kevincox
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Your best bet is using the Tor Browser.

  • The Tor network effectively hides your IP from these services.
  • The Tor browser works hard to reduce fingerprinting options.
  • Blocking some trackers can also reduce the chance that one of them manages to identify you.

But remember, you need to use the Tor Browser every time you log in. A single time that you login from your own IP and they will associate that IP with your account.

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