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Myth 1

  1. Honestly this should be clarified: - your public IP is visible by the site you visit - the IP of the site you visit is visible by your ISP, even in https - if you connect by SIM e.g. 3G, your ISP can approximately know your location (30 meters radius in some towns) from the nearest cell tower your device is connected

    Honestly this should be clarified: - your public IP is visible by the site you visit - the IP of the site you visit is visible by your ISP, even in https - if you connect by SIM e.g. 3G, your ISP can approximately know your location (30 meters radius in some towns) from the nearest cell tower your device is connected
  2. You're right, it might be useful to add something about IPs and ISPs in the article. Maybe through a hyperlink?

    You're right, it might be useful to add something about IPs and ISPs in the article. Maybe through a hyperlink?
  3. Hi Foxe,

    Would you like to create a new revision based on your note above?

    Hi Foxe, Would you like to create a new revision based on your note above?