If this is not sufficient reassurance, there are many "anonimizer" proxy servers that can be used to obscure your
IP address while surfing from any Internet connection. For example, see Free Anonizmer, i-safetynet, SpaceProxy, SilentBrowser, Cotse, and AngelSurf. To learn more about these sites and what they do, visit this page. For example, some disable tracking cookies that might otherwise be left on your computer when you're surfing the web.
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