That sounds like a pretty good idea to me, tbh. lawlz.
Anyway, if anyone cares enough, and wants to be more aware of what they do online and to keep others from tracking you:http://prism-break.org/
The site offers alternatives away from software and devices that are capable and likely do track you in various ways, some more than others.
They don't list all Linux flavors in that list, but do keep in mind that Mint (a spin off of Ubuntu) does not keep track of you, unlike Ubuntu, which nowadays do, to generate some revenue (they do it via the search functions in unity).
It is also good to not use any iOS devices aka iPhone, iPad and iPad Mini, and iTouch devices.
Macs are fine though... for now at least. I'll likely switch away once they start tracking on it, which wouldn't surprise if they do start to, once they try to integrate more silly iOS features to it.
There just really isn't a way to run an iOS device in a privacy aware manner. It just too closed off. I mean, there is Onion browser, but that's only for use of pretty paranoid browsing without using sensitive account access e.g.. banks accounts, personal emails with intimate information etc As the it uses the Tor netowork.
The Tor network is for being anonymous on the internet, not for security. Only attempt to do anonymous related things using the Tor network. Reason being as your connection is being routed through various servers owned by various different people (some with bad and some with good intentions etc).
So if you have an iPhone now, plan on opting out and getting an android based phone and either applying the Cynogen Mod or acquiring a phone that is capable of running Replicant (a truly free version of android, google has no control over it in any way).
Also, stop using Chrome. Use Firefox, it does not track you. Chrome does (as do other browsers)