Identity, Privacy, And Personal Freedom: Big Brother vs The New Resistance

Overview


Have you had enough of power-mad government agencies that use identity documents like the Social Security card to approve what you do for a living, keep tabs on how much money you have and control just about every facet of your life? Learn how to use ID tricks to maximise your privacy with your mail, phone, Internet service, job, bank and marriage. For Academic Study Only
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Overview


Have you had enough of power-mad government agencies that use identity documents like the Social Security card to approve what you do for a living, keep tabs on how much money you have and control just about every facet of your life? Learn how to use ID tricks to maximise your privacy with your mail, phone, Internet service, job, bank and marriage. For Academic Study Only
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781581600421
  • Publisher: Paladin Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/1999
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author


Sheldon Charrett is the author of many books on Identity Change, Privacy, and Personal Freedom. His only contact with Paladin is through electronic means, as he likes to keep a low profile, and who knows what new ID he may be using currently? You too can contact Sheldon by accessing his Web site: /www.phreak.co.uk/sxc
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Big Brother is Getting Bigger
Corporate Conditioning
Social Identities
Stranglehold
Police Power
Unconstitutional Laws
Monopolistic Mail
Big Brother Banking
Our Final Hope: The Courts
Chapter 2 - The Battle Continues
The New Resistance
You Are Not Powerless
Case Study: How to Take Over a Condo Association
Vote Early, Vote Often
Chapter 3 - Know the ID
Making an ID
Good Nonlicense Ids
Chapter 4 - Obtaining Officially Issued Documents Under a New Identity
Deus Ex Machina
Driver's Licenses
Library Card Tricks
Passports
Chapter 5 - Mail and Address Privacy
Domicile: Where the Hell Are You, Anyway?
Private Parts
Obtaining Dual Irish Citizenship
Chapter 6 - Telephone Privacy
Keeping Your Conversations Private
How to Make Free Private Phone Calls
Setting Up a Private Messaging Service
Making the Most of Caller ID
Freedom from Long-Distance Charges
Chapter 7 - Internet Privacy
Undoing Setup's "Favors"
What's a Cookie?
E-mail Privacy
Forms Privacy
Chapter 8 - Freedom of Employment and Income
Making Your Own Job
Some Nice and (mostly) Legal Ways of Providing for Yourself
General Notes on Licensing Requirements
Apparent Sources of Income
Living Inexpensively
Chapter 9 - Social Security
Collecting Social Security Under a New Identity
Social Security Administration History
Pocketbook Numbers
Does the Law Require a Social Security Number?
The Most Comprehensive are-of-issue chart available
Chapter 10 - Banking Privacy
How to Open a Bank Account Without a Social Security Number
Opening Alternate ID Bank Accounts
Virtual Banking
Bank Alternatives
Chapter 11 - Marriage Privacy (and ID Tricks)
One State as an Example: Colorado
Some Funky Ramifications of these Loopholes
Chapter 12 - Freedom on the Road
How to Avoid Matching Police Profiles
Obey the Traffic Laws
Nuisance Laws
How to Avoid Speed Violations (even if you speed)
Renting a Car
Sticker Safety
Driver's License
When Nature Calls: the Urination Dilemma
Final Do's and Dont's
Appendix A: Geographic and Chronological Distributions of SSNs
Appendix B: Application form for Citizenship in the Principality of New Utopia
Appendix C: Articles of Incorporation for a Nonprofit Corporation
Appendix D: Articles of Incorporation for a Nonprofit Charitable Trust
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