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Anonymous Wallpapers

Anonymous Wallpapers New tab – an extension for your web browser that opens special settings for a new tab.

The extension is made by fans, for fans who like Anonymous This extension offers you Anonymous wallpapers in every new tab and allows you to customize your new tab.

Theme features Anonymous Wallpapers New tab:
  • Full HD wallpapers
    Instead of boring gray background, stunning Full HD wallpapers will appear in Anonymous New Tab theme.
  • Shortcuts
    Your favorite sites to the theme shortcut panel Anonymous Wallpapers New tab. You can go to important and frequently visited websites with just one click.
  • Search bar
    Quick access to the largest and most well-known search engines in the world provides a theme search bar Anonymous.

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Anonymous Wallpaper New Tab
Anonymous Wallpaper New Tab
Developer: walltab.net
Price: Free

Interesting facts about Anonymous

Anonymity[a] describes situations where the acting person’s identity is unknown. Some writers have argued that namelessness, though technically correct, does not capture what is more centrally at stake in contexts of anonymity. The important idea here is that a person be non-identifiable, unreachable, or untrackable.[1] Anonymity is seen as a technique, or a way of realizing, a certain other values, such as privacy, or liberty. Over the past few years, anonymity tools used on the dark web by criminals and malicious users have drastically altered the ability of law enforcement to use conventional surveillance techniques.[2][3]
An important example for anonymity being not only protected, but enforced by law is the vote in free elections. In many other situations (like conversation between strangers, buying some product or service in a shop), anonymity is traditionally accepted as natural. There are also various situations in which a person might choose to withhold their identity. Acts of charity have been performed anonymously when benefactors do not wish to be acknowledged. A person who feels threatened might attempt to mitigate that threat through anonymity. A witness to a crime might seek to avoid retribution, for example, by anonymously calling a crime tipline. Criminals might proceed anonymously to conceal their participation in a crime. Anonymity may also be created unintentionally, through the loss of identifying information due to the passage of time or a destructive event.
In certain situations, however, it may be illegal to remain anonymous. In the United States, 24 states have “stop and identify” statutes that require persons detained to self-identify when requested by a law enforcement officer.

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