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Complete Internet Privacy: The Quickest Guide to Being Anonymous Online by Craig Cox

Your computer can easily store all of
your personal information for you, but who else can see it?

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Bill of Rights states that “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated”.

The United Nations also highly values the privacy of individuals. Article Twelve of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation”.

Despite how clearly these documents establish the fact that unwarranted searches are unlawful, the internet has made us more exposed than ever before.

Everyone has the right to privacy. This book will show you EXACTLY what to do to get your privacy back, step by step.

One click. That’s all it takes for internet service providers, governments and hackers to spy on you. Every bit of information put on the internet is stored there forever. All anyone has to do is tell a computer to go retrieve it.

If you are targeted, a complete profile can be made about you including:

Your name
Your age
Your location
Your phone number
Your medical history
Your financial information
Your family members’ personal information
Everything else anyone has ever shared about you on social media websites and much, much more

Your personal information is exposed with just a click.

We are being watched. The internet is not private. It was never meant to be. After hearing so many news stories about information being secretly gathered online, people around the world have started to wonder who is watching them online. The smart ones have gone one step further and are now actively seeking a way to protect themselves and their families. Lucky for you, you’re one of those people. This guide will give you all the information you need.

The secret to staying safe is to be anonymous. I will show you what to do to protect yourself in just an hour or two.

There are many different reasons people may want to protect themselves by being anonymous online. While it is true that some people seek online anonymity for illegal purposes, most people just want the security and freedom that comes with privacy. They don’t want to be spied on. If you are one of these people, it is absolutely vital that you begin protecting yourself today. Every minute exposed leaves more information in the open for anyone to see.

This book was written for beginner to average level internet users to protect themselves as quickly as possible. It is an easy to follow guide designed to help you protect yourself as quickly as possible. After reading this book, you will know what you need to do to get your privacy back.

You and your family will be more secure online using the information in this guide. Protect yourself now. Don’t be sorry later.