November 26th, 2012
Discover the most mysterious secrets of anonymous living. The Privacy Book explores the shadowy world of Internet anonymity, including IP spoofing, ghost money, and anonymous email. Special chapters on ghost phones, encryption, and real world anonymity ensure readers remain anonymous and secure in the real world. Stunning graphical tutorials make it facile even for the most computer illiterate to follow. Packed with cutting edge information, The Privacy Book appeals to anyone who yearns for a deeper, more profound knowledge of privacy. Read The Privacy Book Today!
“Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!”
The twenty first century has witnessed extraordinary technological changes. The days of snail paced communications, virtually untraceable and unknowable, are in many ways a distant memory. With the advancements in nano technology, computer chips, telecommunications, network infrastructure, and the proliferation of state of the art electronics on a global scale, electronic communications are transmitted virtually at the speed of light. Yet, despite the incalculable benefits technology has wrought, like almost all positive things, there have also been negative ramifications, which are often overlooked. Governments, criminals, and various other actors and operators are using technology for nefarious ends, for example. More importantly, however, the proliferation of technology has given birth to the National Security State, so eloquently written about by George Orwell in his classic novel, 1984, wherein government surveillance is so ubiquitous, so far reaching, that citizens are monitored without end, without measure. Many start with the erroneous assumption that “I have nothing to hide, so I have nothing to be concerned about.” This is a grave mistake and very perilous to the survival of a Free Society.
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