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Same with “security questions”: keep track of the fake answers you give, in your password manager.

QT tombrossman: @PrivacyMatters I store my fake DOBs in the notes field of my password manager. Different one per site, just like passwords. If you ever need to re-enter it (account recovery, new device, etc) it's good to keep track.

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date -d @$(( $RANDOM*24*1800-500000000 )) +%Y%b%d # randomish date between 1954 and 1999

I use that to generate random dates because most sites no longer allow using February 30th on odd years :)

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