What information about you is out there?
Who might have access to it?
What can you do about it?
In this rapidly changing electronic world, your personal information is no longer your own. Online databases can sell your details to anyone who asks, and your phone records, internet usage, bills, warranties and even your rubbish can reveal more about you than you think.
'Disappearing' gives you the freedom to escape this intrusion. When you disappear, you create your own world and dictate its borders. It might be as simple as removing your details from the public record, or as complex as moving overseas - without a trace. Here, you'll discover the tools you need to help you disappear, both online and in the flesh, and how to make sure you stay invisible. Packed with case studies and useful references, How to Disappear also provides practical advice on:
Disappearing from a stalker
Identity theft protection
Living offshore and incognito
Frank M. Ahearn worked as a skip tracer (a person who searches for missing people) for over twenty-five years, looking for the good, the bad and the ugly. Presently he spends his time working with people who need to disappear or protect their privacy.
Eileen C. Horan has worked as a privacy consultant and skip tracer for over fifteen years and she still searches for the good, the bad and the ugly.
How to Disappear: The world's number one guide to vanishing without a trace
Authors: Frank M. Ahearn and Eileen C. Horan