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These new services integrate well with mobile devices and make even grander promises of anonymity, at least on the surface.

For example, Whisper admitted that it and might even consider using that information for targeted advertising.

Secret’s own privacy policy reveals that it “may share information (which may at times include personal information about you…” with: on an anonymous website, but people often end up doing that without even realizing it.

Some have even used them to issue threats of violence against others. For most people, however, it is simply a convenient form of anonymous gossip or digital group therapy.

Some might say anonymity on the Internet is an oxymoron.

Some of the popular ones include: Whisper, Secret, Cloaq LLC, Yik Yak, Inc., Backchat and Burn Note, Inc.

Many connect you to your social media and email contacts but strip away any personal data.

There is no guarantee that your information will ever be exposed by an anonymous chat app, but there is also clearly no guarantee that it will not.

If you want your secrets safe, the best policy may still to keep them to yourself.

Your general location, the type of work you do and a physical trait you have, such as blond hair, might seem innocuous in isolation, but combine all three together and a stalker can narrow down the search for the identity of a person who fits your description. The illusion of the small audience – While apps like Secret and Yik Yak may each have methods of limiting the size of the groups of people who can see a person’s posts, all it takes is one person within that group to share it with others.

Even if a post you make is not sharable through a “share” button or copying and pasting, a quick screen shot on a phone or computer can allow the ambitious spy to share your post with everyone.

Your “anonymous” sharing with your twelve closest friends can suddenly become a “sharing” moment with 12 million other people.