If you have an email ending in @hotmail.com, @live.com or @outlook.com (or any other Microsoft-related domain), please consider changing it to another email provider; Microsoft decided to instantly block the server's IP, so emails can't be sent to these addresses.
If you use an @yahoo.com email or any related Yahoo services, they have blocked us also due to "user complaints"
A little error can lead to a lot of paranoia
About a month ago, I got my school computer's Hard Drive replaced, after repeated Kernel Panics. Everything seemed to go well, and when I got home I went onto to another website to basically discover... that they forgot to install the website-filtering software they used for home use.
I didn't know if it really was an error(It could have been the root of the repeated kernel panics) or not, but I decided to take my newfound freedom and run with it. And then I realized that they could track the history and the cookies, and I contemplated just reporting this as an error. And the question is... should I do it? I don't want to give up my newfound freedom, but at the same time, it feels wrong trying to hide it and eventually get in trouble.