What do you want advice about?
how to prevent mixing of old and new account/identity while cleaning things up if I have only one computer? I have things to clean like g. accounts, other accounts, old information and logins, which require me to log in privacy unfriendly sites while I do it. it will take quite long.
the problem is I also need to create my new things using privacy friendly sites, however it will need to stay on same pc, and I would not like to mix them in any form. like for example, old g. account knowing my new proton account belongs to me, or other gov and important accounts which can not be deleted. they will have my old info there however it needs to be updated.
What have you considered or looked at already?
I was thinking, is two vpns sufficient? one for new things, other for old. but some accounts like g. sometimes do not let log in with vpn. would also using 2 different linux distros to separate them be enough?
tor is not suitable for this case
example (on same computer):
1st linux distro (lets say, ubuntu) + free proton vpn (sometimes turned off for when I am not permitted to log in) = used for deleting and managing old stuff and log ins, privacy unfriendly
2nd linux distro (like debian?) + another vpn provider = used only for new accounts and things, more privacy friendly, should not be correlated to first linux distro
is this enough or am I missing something? do let me know what you would do
also the router and wifi connection are the same, I am not permitted to change that
In brief, tell us about your privacy threat model?
I would say a 7 out of 10, simply I do not want to be always tracked mostly by big tech, gov is not much of issue. I prefer to not have old accounts linked to my new privacy set ups, not too strict.
thanks for any responses