- Have an assortment of firearms that aren't purchased, registered, or otherwise connected to your name.
- Have a "burner" phone (a prepaid cell phone purchased with cash) and pre-paid "minutes" for your cell phone also purchased with cash (likewise, you don't want to log into your email or Facebook or otherwise associate yourself with the cell phone if you want to keep it truly private).
- Many new digital cameras will invisibly mark each photo with the GPS location of where the photo was taken. You may want to disable this feature and of course, not include yourself in any photos taken.
- Basically everything you do on the internet allows you to be tracked either overtly (your every post on Facebook, your every utterance on Twitter) or covertly (browsing history, cache, and cookies on your computer). Be sure to keep your computer/tablet as "clean" as possible or use an anonymous computer if necessary to avoid being tracked this way.
- Shield your everyday life. Your address, where you work, the license plate on your car, the RFID chip in your passport, the tattoos on your arm...consider all of the ways that you can be tracked and identified then set to work to disconnect yourself from these entities (ie: have a ghost address, a car registered under a LLC, have location independent work, shield any item that contains a chip, remove--or better yet don't get--tattoos or permanent markings on your body).
Friday, March 1, 2013
5 Items to Have in Your Possession...That Aren't Associated With Your Name
It is ridiculously easy to track people these days. Chances are at least of a few of your possessions unobtrusively track your every move without you even realizing it. You may want to consider making it a bit more difficult to be tracked by your possessions.