Off-Line Privacy Tools protect your location, identity, and finances private or even anonymous. They keep stalkers, identity thiefs, and NSA types from knowing your eating and sleeping habits, whereabouts, shopping habits, while at home or in the car. These include RFID, WIFI, Cellular, Blue Tooth, shielding, blocking technologies and merchandise, Social Security Number Privacy Services, Counter Surveillance Equipment, and car black box privacy tools and resources, affordable offshore private bank accounts for individuals and companies.
Anti electronic pick-pocketing tools
All of the merchandise here block RFID, NFC transmitions and other trypes to stop location tracking, electronic pickpocketing and secure your identity. Protect yourself against the privacy vulnerabilities of contactless credit cards, chips and RFID's.
Real Italian Leather 6-slot w/ flip up ID Bifold
This is a RFID secure wallet which will protect against electronic pickpocketing and tracking. It holds up to 6 cards, three on each side of the fold. It also includes an ID flap and a divided billfold area which is also RFID shielded. The wallet is made of Italian leather with lighter top stitching on the outside for style. Executive quality product for discerning clientele who values style and privacy.
MEN'S 9-SLOT GENUINE LEATHER TRIFOLD WALLET
This is a RFID blocking wallet to protect against electronic pickpoketing and tracking. It is tri-fold, holds up to 9 cards, three in each of the three sections. There is a divided billfold area, which is also RFID shielded. There is no ID flap, available in Black or Tan. Wallets by Identity Stronghold.
SMALL WOMEN'S SMALL PURSE
This is a small purse to shield from electronic pickpocketing and tracking. Every single section of this purse is entirely shielded, keeping your personal information safely inside. Thanks to this smart design, even when your wallet is wide open, each card remains protected.It has three individual card slots on the interior with a zippered exterior pocket for additional cards or cash. The purse comes complete with both an adjustable shoulder strap and a wristlet strap, both of which are detachable. A large open back pocket makes an easy spot to drop your phone. There’s plenty of room inside to store everything you need for a trip to the store or a night on the town.
RFID WALLET BOW PURSE
This is a secure purse with RFID shielding to protect you from electronic pickpocketing. It has 14 card slots, 5 large shielded pockets to accommodate bills, a checkbook or even a full-size passport book and 2 zippered compartments for change or keys. The strap is also detachable. Every single pocket on every single wallet is entirely shielded individually, locking your personal information safely inside even when your wallet is wide open.
Our RFID wallets will shield all contactless credit and debit cards as well as passport cards, enhanced drivers licenses, transit cards, HID iClass cards, TWIC cards, PIV cards, CAC cards, LincPass cards and others.
LEATHER RFID WRISTLET FOR PHONE
This is a RFID secure wristlet designed to securely hold multiple phone sizes in the expandable phone pocket with adjustable strap. The phone pocket is located on the outside of the wristlet for convenience. The fully zippered interior keeps your cards from falling out. It has a diamond quilted pattern, tassel zipper and adjustable strap.
Every single pocket on every single wallet is entirely shielded individually, locking your personal information safely inside. Thanks to this smart design, even when your wallet is wide open, each card remains protected. Your phone pocket, however, remains unshielded so that you may still receive calls and maintain normal battery life.
Our RFID wallets will shield all contactless credit and debit cards as well as passport cards, enhanced drivers licenses, transit cards, HID iClass cards, TWIC cards, PIV cards, CAC cards, LincPass cards and others. For best shielding results, the clear ID slot should be limited to one card only.
2PK LEATHER - LOOKING PASSPORT SLEEVE
This is a passport sleeve fron Identity Stronghold which is designed to protect a single passport embedded with a RFID wireless chip. Protect yourself against electronic pickpocketing, identity theft, tracking and other unauthorized reads with a passport sleeve that blocks RFID reading. Our Low Cost, Value - Oriented, water and tear resistant four layer paper laminate sleeve. Shielding Material is between paper and poly layers, so it remains non-visible.
mobile & laptop faraday cases
FARADAY MOBILE DEVICE CASES
Use these device cases to protect from being tracked, hacked, or stalked.
Paraben StrongHold bags are use typically by law enforcement and forensics for their patented* design which blocks out wireless signals from cell towers, wireless networks, and other signal sources that could threaten digital evidence. These cases block all incoming communications which they use to stop the contamination of evidence or wireless sending of wipe commands. The perfect privacy enhancing technology. It uses a special tri-weave material made of a nickel and silver plated nylon plain woven fabric. This fabric and design are key in preventing unwanted signals from reaching your device.
SMART meter privacy resources
Houses now come with smart meters installed that have the capability of monitoring a large range of information about home owners including when the home is occupied, general number of occupants, sleeping, eating and other data about home life. Tools and resources for helping you regain privacy regarding these, see bellow.
EMF SAFETY NETWORK
The EMF Safety Network aims to reduce EMF and RF (wireless) to protect children, communities, and nature. They have a directory of local coalitions and groups dedicated to smartmeter privacy and alternatives that will help you find information on how you can opt out of smart technology and regain privacy in your home.
Car Black-Box privacy
Cars also have smart technology installed called Event Data Recorder (EDR) aka a "black box" that records information about speed, seatbelt, even audio and video of drivers. Black boxes are installed against consent in all new cars after 2006, and many before and cannot be removed because they are integrated into the air-bag and car computer systems. The data is even used by ome insurance agencies. Tools and resources for helping you regain privacy regarding these, see bellow.
LIST OF CARS WITH BLACK BOXES - BY HARRIS TECHNICAL SERVICES
This is the most comprehensive list of which cars contain Event Data Recorders (EDR). It is comprised by Harris Technical Services, a service provider for accident reconstruction. It may be used to determine if your car has
Look up your states laws and learn when your data can be accessed without your consent and when it cannot
Cyblok ihas created a cyber lock that can be attached to the cars diagnostic port connector through which the blackbox is generally accessed. This allows users a degree of control over access and measures that can at least require law enforcement to get a court order to access the data thus preventing misuse.
Countersurveillance refers to measures undertaken to prevent surveillance, and countermeasures taken to reduce the risk of surveillance. This includes bug sweeping, the process of detecting surveillance devices, including covert listening devices, and visual surveillance devices.
Social Security Number Privacy
WHAT EFFECT DOES THE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER ON MY PRIVACY?
The SSN is now used to authenticate individuals identity for almost everything. The proponents of its universal use claim that it helps prevent unauthorized access to various accounts and information. In the event of stalking, abuse, or identity theft, the SSN can create privacy concerns and even put someone at risk. If your personal data is ever compromised, (as it has been daily see here) then changing your SSN could mean losing your educational credentials, work history, and credit because everything is tied to it. Also, because of the digital world we live in, it is becoming increasingly dificult to safe guard agaisnt this abuse. Furthermore, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created an algorithm that uses publicly available personal information to reconstruct a given SSN with astonishing accuracy (see here).
WHAT EFFECT DOES THE SSN HAVE ON LIBERTY?
"Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness" were three examples of "inalienable rights" mentioned by the author of the Declaration of Independence. The right to life is self evident. Everyone has intrinsic value and therefore their life has value. The right to support that life seems to be an issue of debate now days. It hangs on whether one has a right to this or that particular job, but the general right to labour for one's life and sustenance is by necessity.
Currently, the IRS provides for a $50 penalty for employees who fail to furnish their SSN to their employers. Although this is truly negligible to those who have real privacy concerns or religious/conscientious objections, it is never the less making two loud statements. To make it a punishable offence for people to work without obtaining a number from government and giving it to their employer first is the equivalent of having defacto federal work permit laws. It says man does not have this right to labour to sustain his life but that it is a privilege of government and therefore that his life has no intrinsic value.
Life is a gift but it is not the gift by any man or institution. The laws requiring individuals to obtain or furnish a SSN in order to exercise an inalienable right is not only not healthy but is a vine growing in society that life is not an inalienable right.
Though there are far fewer requirements for individuals without SSN's than for those who have obtained one. Obstacles for both include opening a bank account, getting a mortgage, and securing employment ($50 penalty) in the US.
Frontier Liberty is currently dedicating many of its resources to finding enumeration solutions for people with genuine privacy concerns or religious/conscientious objections.
FRONTIER LIBERTY consulting
We offer consulting and other services regarding enumeration, privacy, and liberty. We provide solutions for liberty and privacy concerns associated with the real and perceived requirements for obtaining and using a Social Security Number (SSN) to live and work in the United States. Most common concerns we hear include: mismanaged and depleted Social Security Fund, risk of identity fraud due to over use, feelings of dehumanization and objectification, and legitimate conscientious/religious objections to name a few.
Common SSN Situations: Banking and Finance, Passport, Voter Registration Card, Employment and Self-Employment, School, Recreational License, Driver's License, etc...
All related inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
PRC has an extensive series of fact sheets and information on various privacy issues. They are a resource providing informative and up to date information about consumer SSN privacy issues.
electronic privacy information center
EPIC provides public education, litigation, and advocacy for a wide range of privacy issues. They are a resource for information regarding the history, future trends, current problems nd more regarding Social Security Number and privacy. They also are advocates against the use of SSN's as universal or national identifiers.
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION LETTER
Am I required to have a Social Security Number? "The Social Security Act does not require a person to have a Social Security Number (SSN) to live and work in the United States, nor does it require an SSN simply for the purpose of having one." See Full Social Security Administration Response to Inquiry>>>
Am I required to give a Social to my children when they are born? Contrary to belief, there is no requirement that you number your children when the are born (See SSA Publication EN-05-10023>>>).
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER POLICY AND GENERAL PROCEDURES: 00205.100 PARENT OBJECTION TO ASSIGNMENT OF SSN TO CHILD UNDER THE ENUMERATION AT BIRTH PROGRAM
Author Tommy Simmons, legal council for Commissioner Hope of Texas Workforce Commission takes the reader right up to the frontier of employment and enumeration in Texas in one chapter of his book. See Especially for Texas Employers>>>
SOCIAL-SECURITY-NUMBER-NOT-REQUIRED: POLICY MANUEL FOR LIVING WITHOUT A SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER AND FOR DEALING WITH PEOPLE, CUSTOMERS, AND EMPLOYEES WHO DO NOT USE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS; SECOND EDITION
The title is self explanatory and the author is unknown. This is a great resource but please know that this was written before the Patriot Act of 2001and is inaccurate to that extent. See SSN Not Required>>>>