some email providers will allow you to alias your email automagically. For example, google. So, let’s say your email is start signing up for services (facebook, with your email, but add a `+` sign to your email address before the `@` So, you would use and

what comes after the `+` isn’t important, but what happens is, if you get an email from that is addressed to then you know that is selling your data and you can do with that what you want (read: slander them publicly, and cancel your account).

You won’t be affected by the `+` unless you manually type in all your emails all the time. Your email will behave normally and you won’t feel it there, and if you use a password manager (you should) then you don’t type emails anyway.

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