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Actually a proxy doesn't change your IP, it just masks it. The simple answer is that you need an IP assigned by your ISP to properly request content on the web.
Originally posted by SpringHeeledJack
reply to post by bussoboy
It's called a proxy. Try Google next time friend.
Many webpages include content from other (third-party) websites. This particular page includes different types of content from 4 different websites: microsoft.com, greendomain.com (in green boxes), reddomain.com (in red boxes), and bluedomain.com (in blue boxes).
When content is loaded from a third-party site, standard information, including your IP address and the address of the webpage you’re viewing is sent to each of the third-parties that have content in the page you’re viewing. If the website you’re visiting has a business relationship with the third party, then more information about you may be sent. By using “cookies” and other techniques, over time, these third-parties can build a profile of your browsing history.
You can filter out content from any website by using Tracking Protection Lists. Tracking Protection Lists are like “Do Not Call” lists for content that has an impact on your privacy
IE9 Tracking Protection
Originally posted by bussoboy
Many computer programs contain tracking software for tracking the sites we visit etc. Why then; dosent a programmer develop a program for generating random computer addresses so that no one will ever know what website we visited or what video or tune we downloaded.
What is the reason each computer having a unique number anyway?
Originally posted by Havick007
reply to post by GonzoSinister
Do you know the difference between static and dynamic IP's.......
I guess not