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After the brutal murders of other writers in his country, Ananya Azad moved to Germany when he began to receive death threats.
In this extract from Index on Censorship’s Autumn issue, Mark Frary looks at some of the tactics you can use to remain safe and invisible when browsing
Why does it matter? Why don’t we just ban it or make it illegal if it can be used for all these harmful purposes?
The forthcoming issue of Index on Censorship magazine explores anonymity through a range of in-depth features, interviews and illustrations from around the world.