Autonomous and Distributed vs. Private

I’m starting to catch on to how the SAFE network manages decentralization and autonomous authentication (at a high level anyways). What about privacy? Are you easily identifiable when connected to the SAFE network? How does SAFE ensure privacy, if at all?

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You are as private as your IDs. If you don’t reveal who is behind the ID you use for whatever purpose then that ID is anon. You can have as many IDs as you want.

Your immutable data is connected to no one. No ID, no IP addr, no time, and its chunked&encrypted.

The encrypted traffic is hopped between nodes with IP addrs removed.

There is more ways that you are anon. Its only if you reveal yourself that you are not anon. The network won’t do it