How to Protect Your Privacy As a Swinger

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You’re probably like most people in the swinger lifestyle, preferring to keep your personal life private and worrying about the possibility of being exposed. You’ve gone to great lengths to protect your privacy, but a refresher course on the ways swingers can be tracked is a good idea. The more information you have, the better choices you’ll make to protect yourself and your privacy.

Technology is constantly changing and troublemakers are notoriously creative. As new security threats emerge every year, it’s essential to keep your stay vigilant and continue to educate yourself. Although we don’t want to make you paranoid, it is crucial to be aware of potential threats.

Work Computers and WIFI

Your IT department can see everything you do if you use a company computer, phone, or internet connection. To make sure their employees are working, some companies install secret spyware. The majority of IT professionals don’t care about your lifestyle. A problem may arise, however, if you have drama with a coworker or the company is trying to get rid of you. When it comes to websites with adult content, a lot of companies have a zero-tolerance policy.

Consider a Paid VPN to Protect Your Privacy

We recommend hat you use a paid VPN service if you want to keep your web activity private. Free VPNs can’t be trusted – they either use too much bandwidth or leak your sensitive data. The investment of a paid VPN is well worth it because they are much safer.

Keep your secrets safe by avoiding driving your company car to that lifestyle event. There are many companies that conceal GPS trackers in their cars for insurance reasons. It is also extremely easy and cheap for troublemakers to attach GPS trackers to your car without your knowledge. The best way to avoid this is to use Uber or another service that provides transportation.

Don’t Browse Naughty Sites and Apps in Public

Don’t use your visit swinger sites and apps in public if you want to keep your lifestyle private. Avoid browsing the web or using apps in crowded places like airports, elevators, or stores – someone could easily look over your shoulder to see what’s on your screen.

Incognito Mode

Incognito browsing can help protect your privacy, but if you forget to log out before someone else uses your computer, they will be able to see everything you’ve been doing. You can install a tool that will automatically log you out if you forget to do this.

Keep Pictures in a Private Folder

Keep your private pictures in a separate and secure folder if you have worries about your friends borrowing your phone or viewing your photos. This prevents someone from seeing your private photos if they swipe through your photo roll too many times.

Use Caution on Social Media

Be careful what you share on social media! While automated tracking is becoming more and more common, it’s still important to be careful about what you share online. Don’t use your real name or post pictures from your “vanilla” life on swinger websites. Keep your guard up and think twice before exposing anything that could reveal your identity or help someone track you down. Protect your privacy!

Honeypot Traps

Avoid being tricked by an online honeypot trap by setting up your first meeting in a safe, neutral location. Avoid meeting at “their house.” Some hackers hijack the Wi-Fi cameras people install in their homes and post sex ads. They will text and flirt with the respondents, eventually asking them to come to their house, which is actually a stranger’s house with hacked Wi-Fi cameras. You may receive a text notification at the last minute that the door is open. If you attempt to enter, you may trigger alarms and have no other choice but to explain yourself to the authorities. There is also a chance that you will encounter an armed homeowner who has no idea why you are there. The whole thing will be on camera and posted online. Make sure your guard is up online when it comes to this very malicious & disgusting “prank.”

We would like to remind you that this is not a complete list and that technology is constantly evolving. Don’t let drama ruin your lifestyle adventures. Keep learning and stay vigilant to protect your privacy in this lifestyle!


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