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The Stack Exchange Network Profile/Accounts links should be made optional

I realized that anybody can see the list of Stack Exchange sites I currently use, read the questions I've asked, etc. I don't want people on A.stackexchange.com to see that I am a member of B.stackexchange.com, and/or that I've asked this stupid question there, etc. Is there a way to avoid this? I didn't see a relevant profile setting, am I missing something?

This is a somewhat major issue for me, I will open different accounts for different sites if there is no way to get around this, but I think this really shouldn't be needed. I don't think this privacy decision should be made on our behalf by the StackExchange network.

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, Michael Mrozek, random Oct 1 '11 at 3:26

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

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In December 2010: you'll have to create a new OpenID for every site you visit, and make sure they have no email string in common. Maybe things have changed though... – Arjan Sep 30 '11 at 22:13
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You might want to vote for The Stack Exchange Network Profile/Accounts links should be made optional. – Arjan Sep 30 '11 at 22:14

You CAN login with an unknown OpenID with unknown email to specific site , therefore it won't be associated with your other accounts.

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