Avoid Surveillance, Prevent Unwanted Intrusion and Create Privacy in an Era of Global Spying!
How to Disappear From BIG BROTHER: Avoid Surveillance, Prevent Unwanted Intrusion and Create Privacy in an Era of Global Spying by Frank M. Ahearn teaches you how to become a virtual entity in a world of corporate data collection and government spying. In the past I wrote about erasing your digital footprint and vanishing without a trace.
Unfortunately those days are long gone since there is no delete button in the digital world. Nor is there a guarantee that the privacy software being utilized online actually works to protect your identity. In How to Disappear From BIG BROTHER I teach you how to control your digital footprints and break the connections that make us all traceable.
How to Disappear From BIG BROTHER is a hardcore privacy guide that shows you how to disappear internationally without being traced. The book explains how you can create cover stories, employment backgrounds, communicate without being traced, move money quickly from country and much more.
Ultimately disappearing is about freedom. Each decision you make should be in the advancement of your freedom. If a decision comes your way and your answer does not walk you in the direction of freedom something is wrong. Freedom should always come first.
Sun Tzu the strategist tells us to know our enemy and know thyself. To be aware is to be alive! The same strategy applies when you disappear from BIG BROTHER or any other threat in your life. You must think like a military strategist and anything less will knock you out of the game. Knowing thyself is more than knowing your online and offline information. Knowing thyself is to know your survival skills and knowing the tracking skills of your enemy. Disappearing is far beyond the idea of going from point A to point B. Disappearing is about being aware of your environment every second of your day.
Every face you pass on the streets in your new world is a threat. The cashier ringing up the milk, the postal worker stuffing mail in your mailbox, the person sitting across from you in a café is all a threat. Every metro station you enter and exit is a threat. Walking the street and turning the corner is a threat. Even entering your home at night is a threat. The danger you dread can come from anywhere anytime. How you react when confronted by the threat will no doubt determine the success of your freedom.