In my workplace, we have shared Linux machines to which all employees log on to do their work. However, a simple 'w' command gives me a list of who's logged in and what they're doing. The same applies for me when others use the 'w' command (even non-admin users can see it).
However, I'd like to maintain some privacy and not let others know what command I'm running currently. Is there some way I could achieve this obfuscation/privacy in Linux?