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May 03, 2012, 10:03:07 PM
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I noticed that sometimes when I'm online a bunch of posts will be made in the market place section and after I reply no posts will be made for a few minutes.

Afterwards I'll go do something else and then check back in and once again a large influx of posts are made.

My interpretation of this is that my online status is being tracked.

Knowing that there is a feature available which allows me to prevent this is very comforting.


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May 04, 2012, 12:08:55 AM
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Knowing that there is a feature available which allows me to prevent this is very comforting.

Because you are a 'High' level miner. Those who mine at that 'High' level are awarded the ability to hide.

Just to be clear..... you get 'High' on Crack, right ?

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