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What Information Can be Found With a Phone Number

When you consider connecting the dots to create a picture, imagine your phone number as the dot that connects everything else they know about you.  Even if they have it all, it is up to you whether or not they have the dot with your phone number to complete the picture.phone hacker

All it takes to find everything is to just find that phone number connected to one of the many things we already know like your facebook account (which requires a phone number) or any shopping card from a corporate retailer you may have given your number to.  Do you still believe those corporations don’t sell or trade your private information?  Well even if you do, it doesn’t matter because they are all systematically hacked a bare minimum of every 3-5 years.

Any email you get for free is being picked off as we speak.  It doesn’t matter if you gave the provider any phone information or not.  All you have to do is reveal your phone number in the text of an email and boom!! Mission accomplished!!  Free emails mine everything that comes across your screen, including drafts.  Why do you think they always want you to “secure” your email account with a phone number?

If you have connected to an old friend or new business acquaintance by email or social media and given them your phone number in a message it is connecting you to that phone number and that media account.

It’s called the world wide WEB for a reason.  Everything you do is sucked into a giant computer and maintained for profit and micromanagement of the public.  A good researcher can take an unknown phone number and use cell towers to “pair” it with other devices already known to be in your name.  For example: a burner phone (see our article on burner phones https://privacyliving.com/2016/05/17/what-is-a-burner-phone-how-can-it-help-me/ ) can have its owner pegged pretty efficiently when it is continually detected near the same owner’s normal cell phone or other smart device.  This can include cars with smart devices embedded in them.  By detecting an unknown phone continually traveling to the same places and staying at the same address all night along with already known devices it is easy to deduce that you are the owner.

As you can see, being truly anonymous requires some serious work but it is possible.  You can always pick up a copy of “Disappear in 24 Hours” by Lonn E Wolfenstein if you want to do a total makeover.  The book is available at Brave New Books in Austin TX or can be ordered by clicking the products link at the top of this page.

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Top 5 Privacy Gifts to Give this Christmas

This Christmas you could do the usual and buy a bunch of Chinese import junk for your family and friends. This is just par for the course. You show up at the party with a gift for everyone. You know, a tie for dad, some costume jewelry for mom and lead contaminated choke hazard or two for the young children. You’re good to go and you made it another year of satisfying the Hallmark tradition and not drawing attention to yourself as a Scrooge. In my opinion it’s a symptom of slavery.

It’s up to you but this year if you would like to be an adult you may want to step to the plate and give some actual useful gifts this year. But I must warn you: if you take any of my suggestions you may walk away from the Christmas party feeling like you actually gave a present your friends and family will use and appreciate. You may also feel good about the money you spent rather than the usual guilt hangover felt around December 26th each year!

So here’s my best suggestions for the privacy seeker in your circle of people.

  1. Of Course I am going to suggest the best book on the market for privacy: “Disappear in 24 Hours” by Lonn E. Wolfenstein. Get it on the privacyliving website by clicking “products”. This eBook is well worth it at $39.95 but I am going to give you a new link where you can buy it right now on sale for $17.95. Just click here This is a great tool to have on hand if you need to get out of the limelight quick or if you just want some great tips on privacy. The info is all packed into this very informative book.disappear in 24 hours
  2. Silver Bullion: I love silver and it’s a really great gift. There are some people on my list that get silver coins from me every year. This works great for children who get too many toys anyway. If you buy them silver every year, by the time they are adults they will have a good backup savings for a currency collapse.
  3. Drones: This is actually a hot item this year, so good luck getting a quality one. Drones work great for counter surveillance and just a good time all together. Just remember that the privacy of the actual film taken is in question. Check the Go Pro camera scandal a couple of years back.
  4. Lifestraw: I’m not sure what’s more amazing: This little miracle item that can allow you to drink clean water from a polluted stream or the fact that many people still don’t know this item even exists. It’s a really great affordable item that provides the most important nutritional element to human life: water. Great for anyone on the go….or on the run!lifestraw
  5. Guns and Ammo: This doesn’t have to be a crazy expensive gift if you don’t want it to be. Just find out what weapon your recipient already has and get them some ammo. If you want to go all out then get them a gun you think would benefit them. Nothing complements privacy as well as a well defended home. “A strong man armed guarding his estate will not see his possessions disturbed” Luke 11:21

Domestic Violence: Have a Backup Plan When Things Go Bad

Unfortunately, domestic violence happens every day. Violence between family members is the most common form of violence in the United States. Statistics show that you are much more likely to be assaulted by a family member or friend than by a total stranger.

The situation of violence that is most taken for granted is that where an abusive spouse escalates violence over a period of time in the relationship. The classic example of this relationship violence is where the young woman is swept off her feet by the charming, all-American guy. They fall in love, get married and start to have a family. But at some point he turns against her, focusing his repressed anger and abuse on her. It usually starts as verbal abuse and escalates to aggression and then violence.

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In abusive relationships, the name of the game is control. The abuser must feel as though they have control, and when they feel they are losing control, violence usually follows. Many victims of the abuse believe that the violence is their fault and if they just tiptoe carefully around the abuser, things will be ok. But sadly, things never get better with abusers, and many times the victim is murdered by the very person that promised to love them.

The latest example in mainstream news of domestic violence that lead to murder:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2015/12/10/an-ohio-man-allegedly-tried-to-kill-his-ex-wife-when-he-got-out-on-bail-police-say-he-finished-his-crime/?tid=hybrid_experimentrandom_3_na

In hindsight, in this case the victim had some time available for them to make the escape, while the abuser was locked up in jail. Unfortunately, the victim didn’t live long enough to escape.

In many cases, the victim may have a window of opportunity to escape the abuse and get out of the relationship-gone-wrong. For example, if you have been assaulted by your spouse, and this is not the first time the assault has happened, it’s time to leave. And if the abuser has been arrested and is in jail, the time to make your escape is NOW! Pack a bag, quickly load the car, and get out of Dodge! In many cases, you should be prepared to walk away from your possessions. If you have someone who you trust that can assist your escape, then contact them.

Some things to keep in mind while you are escaping the abusive relationship:

-Try to use an alias where you can (like if checking into a Hotel, for example). Obviously, you must use your real name and ID in situations with the police or if being contacted by governmental representatives.

-Don’t use credit or debit cards; use cash – anything other than cash leaves a trail for your abuser to follow.

-Alter your appearance: dye your hair, change clothing.

-Try to blend in.

-Don’t go somewhere that is predictable. For example, if your parents live in the next town over from where you live and you visit often, you probably can’t go there to stay.

There are many more important concepts to know about escaping from those who wish you harm. PrivacyLiving.com has created the ultimate guidebook for victims who need to know what to do in this kind of crisis. It’s called “Disappear in 24 Hours”, and it can be found on our website here: https://privacyliving.com/products/. Get it today – it could save your life tomorrow!