After doing some quick reading on Aviator.. yep I can see the good points.. tho doesn't store passwords.. ya gotta type in pass's every single time... boring.. truly you gotta be super paranoid to go through the hassle ..
Actually, Aviator will save passwords; there's an option buried in there somewhere. At least, that was an option in a previous release. My personal computer has been down for a couple months now, so I wouldn't know what the latest version does/doesn't have in common with the one I was using. Then again, how is not saving your passwords a bad thing? If you use your browser to save passwords, you leave a giant hole in your security; and this browser is designed for security. Aviator isn't designed to baby the user; it's made for people who take security seriously.
If your flying under the radar.. well.. you should invest in your own server.. and do allot of moving around.. hard to keep tabs on you.. if your on the move.. Its just to easy getting tracked these days.. no matter what your defenses are.. look at the guy that invented silk road.. to guy is now doing time.. ran his underground site.. from some library in SF. The Feds caught in the Act while fiddling with his page.
That's a faulty argument, mate, and also a poor suggestion. If you have your own server, you tie yourself to a specific web address; and that isn't a smart idea. If you owned a VPN, on the other hand, that might be a bit better. If you were an ISP, that's even better... you can hide your traffic in the traffic that is sold to customers (or through your VPN).
The guy who ran TSR was an idiot; case closed. The reason people get caught is because they make themselves easy to find, catch, or track. If you're on the run, you also wouldn't be looking at this website; that would show a serious lack of computer knowledge, and you'd probably be caught by the time you finished reading a single page (obviously, that isn't meant literally).
Yes, it's easy to be tracked these days; however, that doesn't mean it's impossible to cover your tracks to make it substantially harder. The more proactive you are, the less likely the casual "trackers" will have an interested in watching you (ie: businesses, Google, etc.), as there are always going to be people who just don't give a damn. Basically, covering your tracks for the sake of privacy, and for some security reasons, is a good idea for those who want to do it. For the people trying to run, they either know what to do, and how to do it, or they're screwed. If you're running, you likely don't have the resources to stay hidden, unless you're a real whiz.