This is the website of author Liz Moore. Here you'll find information on Liz's two novels, Heft and The Words of Every Song; upcoming book-related events and news about Liz; and information about Liz's other writing projects. Thank you for stopping by. Have a lovely day.
On Web Browsing Anonymously
These days, it seems like you can’t keep anything a secret anymore, particularly if you are someone of even some importance who has a stake in keeping a good reputation within the public sphere. This is why you need the services of proxy sites, mostly because they ensure that your privacy is protected at all costs. You don’t want to end up seeing your name and your activities exposed to everyone you know, regardless of what those activities are. It’s really worth it when you browse anonymously. When you maintain your anonymity when you surf the web, you just get that peace of mind that you won’t get anywhere else. You feel at ease that when you visit a website, your IP address won’t be stored and tracked and your private identity is protected. This isn’t something that you can claim when browsing without proxies.