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 BULLDOG75 SECURITY ISSUES "7 Ways to Protect Your Privacy" Sept.2,2011

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PostSubject: BULLDOG75 SECURITY ISSUES "7 Ways to Protect Your Privacy" Sept.2,2011   Fri Sep 02, 2011 1:37 am

Sept.2,2011


SECURITY ISSUES "7 Ways to Protect Your Privacy"


[Bulldog75] THERE ARE MANY DIFFERENT DINARIANS ABOARD LOOKING/ASKING FOR HELP IN MANY AREAS. SOME OF YOU ARE VERY EXPERIENCED IN SECURITY ARENAS DAILY ESPECIALLY AFTER SITUATIONS WITH CREDIT CARDS AND ID THEFT.
[Bulldog75] TO PROTECT YOURSELF WITHIN THIS ENVIRONMENT IS CRUCIAL. WE HAVE GATHERED FOR YOU SIGNIFIGANT DATA TO HELP ASSIST YOU.
[Bulldog75] TONIGHT IS A 7 PART SERIES OF SHORT PARAGRAPHS. THIS WILL BE POSTED IN THE FORUM BY beachbabe FOR YOUR REVIEW. WHAT IS COVERED IS IS ABSOLUTELY CRUCIAL FOR YOUR LIFE PROTECTION AS WELL AS YOUR INVESTMENT $$$.

[Bulldog75] WE WILL POST THE 7 SHORT PARAGRAPHS FOR YOU. UNDERSTAND THIS INFORMATION COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE AND/OR A FAMILY MEMEBER. WE HIGHLY SUGGEST THAT YOU SHARE THIS WITH ANY OTHERS THAT MAY BE ABSENT TONIGHT. LET'S BEGIN.


#1."7 Ways to Protect Your Privacy" Post from Red Lily 08/26/2011 (Credits & Blessings to Red Lily) TY! CRUCIAL SUMMARY FOR YOUR FAMILY PERSONAL PROTECTION: The last few years have witnessed an all-out assault on your personal and financial privacy. Credit-reporting agencies, schools, Internet marketers, medical clearing-houses, and dozens of other private organizations all now maintain detailed records on us. However, by far the worst offender has been the U.S. government. In just the last few years, the government has: 7 Great Ways To Protect Your Privacy 1. Keep your mouth shut. I frequently attend libertarian conferences where there's always some bozo talking in a loud voice in the hall about having not paid taxes in seven years. Wake up people! Libertarian, tax, and investment conferences are regularly attended by government moles who are looking for precisely such braggarts. The first law of privacy is: Keep your mouth shut, particularly when you're in public, on the phone, or sending faxes or e-mail. In fact, electronic communications are now so vulnerable to interception by government agencies, private investigators, and other snoops, that you shouldn't say anything in these communications you wouldn't want published on the front page of the New York Times or recorded by the IRS



#2. Don't flaunt your wealth, particularly if you have a lot of money. If you own a fancy home, make sure it looks as modest as possible from the outside. Don't drive a brand-new luxury car, and don't pay for a new apartment or house in cash. The IRS regularly searches car-purchase and property records. If they suspect tax evasion – real or imagined – they can freeze your assets, and seize your car and home. When traveling overseas, you have to be even more careful. Driving a fancy car or dressing like a "rich" American – i.e., the way you normally dress – can make you a target for robbers, kidnappers and anti-American terrorists. Also limit your credit card use. Every time you use your credit card, thieves could steal the number and rack up huge charges. It could take months or even years to get it all sorted out.



#3. Shred or burn important documents. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that it's 100% legal for snoops to rummage through your curbside trash and keep any papers they find. So never throw any important papers in the trash without shredding them – including bank and credit-card statements, utility bills, letters from Social Security or other government agencies, information from your stock broker, etc. Make sure and use a cross-cut shredder ($100-$150) which reduces documents to confetti, rather than a less-expensive shredder that cuts paper into strips which can be pasted back together. For ultra-sensitive documents, nothing beats burning them.



#4. Isolate sensitive computer files from snoops. As we use our computers more and more to keep sensitive records and correspondence, it becomes more important to protect them from snoops. The #1 threat to your sensitive files is your modem, fax, or DSL Internet connection – anything that electronically connects your computer to the outside world. Thanks to cookies, e-mail wiretaps, and other techniques, when you're browsing the web or reading your e-mail, snoops at the other end can download files from your computer hard drive. The only sure way to protect yourself is by keeping all sensitive information on a different computer (or at least a different hard drive with its own, separate operating system) than the computer you use for web browsing. In other words, you use Computer #1 to browse the web and send e-mail; and you use Computer #2 for word processing, accounting, and storing important information. Computer #1 has no important files or sensitive information. Computer #2 has no electronic connection to the outside world. To minimize expenses, your two computers can share the same keyboard and monitor, by the addition of a network hub (about $100).



#5. Keep your web browsing and e-mail private. Whenever you contact a company or organization on the Internet, the computer at the other end will often insert a "cookie" into your computer – enabling merchants and government agencies to keep track of your web browsing. The information that can be collected about you in this way is absolutely mind-boggling and includes your name, address, phone number, detailed information on the type of computer you are using, your Social Security number, credit-card numbers, a list of your friends and business contacts, and much more. To keep your web browsing private, use an anonymous connection service, such as Anonymizer (http://www.anonymizer.com). Another alternative is Hushmail, based in Anguilla, which offers a free e-mail service that allows you to encrypt e-mail using ultra-powerful 1024-bit encryption. For further protection, encrypt your e-mail, using high-level, 1024-bit encryption software, such as Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). http:// www.pgp.com Zero Knowledge Systems (ZKS) offers software called "Freedom" which also uses 1024-bit encryption and which: Allows you to use multi-pseudonyms that can't be traced to your real name Prevents the receipt of Internet cookies Provides multi-layers of encryption.



#6 (TWO PARTS) 6. KEEP YOUR HOME ADDRESS & PHONE # PRIVATE!!! This is the single MOST IMPORTANT step you can take to protect your privacy. Government snoops can't nose around your home, bug your computer, or listen in on your calls, if they don't know where you live or what your phone number is. To keep your home address private, rent or buy your home in the name of an out-of-state corporation (Delaware and Nevada corporations are best). Also put your utilities in the name of the corporation, as well as your phone, and magazine and newspaper subscriptions. This is precisely what TV personalities, professional athletes, and film stars do to protect their privacy. And it's not expensive. A Delaware corporation can be set up for as little as $150 and maintained for $50 a year!



#6 (CONT'D) Receive all mail personally addressed to you at a nearby mail drop, such as Mail Boxes, Etc. (about $15 a month), or an Executive Office Service ($50 to $150 a month), or at the address of a friend who owns a nearby business (free). Then use this address for your driver's license and car registration. Naturally, your car will also be registered in the name of your corporation. Properly set up, a Delaware or Nevada corporation can also dramatically lower your taxes, if you're an independent contractor. (Please consult your attorney.) For a private home phone, use a company name when setting up a new phone account, rather than your own, and make sure and get caller ID, complete blocking. To add a further level of phone privacy, purchase a prepaid cell phone – such as those offered by Trac Fone through Blockbuster, WalMart, and Staples. No name, address, credit check, etc. is required to set up an account, and you can buy phone cards for cash to add more time.



#7 (TWO PARTS) A. 7. Keep your medical records more private. Information in your medical files can be used to deny you insurance, jobs, and legal benefits. It could be even used by a government just slightly more authoritarian than the one we now have, to take away your children or commit you to a mental hospital. Unfortunately, each time you see a doctor or check into a hospital or clinic, they will usually demand your Social Security Number, which in turn will be used to file and locate your medical records. You can protect yourself from unwanted snooping by getting an alternative Medical photo ID from ID Network (IDN). No SSN is required, and medical records are kept in your own handwriting. $9.95. Call 1-888-329-3686 or 314-416-7411, http://www.idnetwork.com.



#7 (CONT'D) PART B: The Crucial Importance Of Privacy Philosopher-novelist Ayn Rand once commented that the development of civilization and freedom are inseparable from the increase in personal privacy. In a primitive society there is no privacy or freedom. The tribe knows all and controls everything you do. But in the civilized society, we each have a crucial zone of privacy shielding us from outside snooping and control. Privacy is about keeping more of what you earn – protecting the sensitive information in your computer - avoiding being hassled by the IRS or police – protecting your children – and minimizing your chances of a 2 am visit by a machine-gun-toting SWAT team. The battle for your privacy is the battle for your freedom. Ultimately it is a battle we will win. Twenty years from now we'll look back at intrusive Big Brother government the same way we now look at dinosaurs: Huge and ferocious, but dead. Peace & Blessings, RED LILY THANK YOU RED LILY FOR THAT FABULOUS POST AND SUCH DETAILS. YOU ARE BLESSED. AMEN.

[Bulldog75] OK; THERE ARE SOME AREAS NOT COVERED IN THIS AND IT INVOLVES "CASH-IN"


[Bulldog75] PLEASE REMEMBER; THESE ARE GUIDELINES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. PICK AND CHOOSE AND FILTER WHAT ONE WISHES TO HELP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.


[Bulldog75] #8. CASHIN FOR THIS WEEKEND: IMHO, these are suggestions to consider; you decide what to do. The wolves inside and outside the bank can be few ... to many. Your Life and Your Life Savings may be at RISK.



[Bulldog75] short bullet point suggestions to consider and filter thru: 1. do not park in the bank lot. why show your car tags to others that will jot them down and trace u? A camera can take a photo of you and your tags for blocks away.



[Bulldog75] 2. go with someone to the bank; spouse, best friend who is a fellow dinarian if u choose. caps and glasses are nice.



[Bulldog75] 3. if u park far away ; maybe take a taxi from another parking lot a mile or two away. 4. make an apptment if u have a large investment to cash 5. not all at one time cash in everything unless u really know what one is doing here.



[Bulldog75] 6. know your rate before you go 7. have a predetermined game plan.



[Bulldog75] 8. watch your body language and the banker/tellers as well; everyone is watching whether you want to believe it or not cause the next few days of next Tues and WEd and thursday, well....who is going to be at the banks?



[Bulldog75] 9. there is NO rush to cash in; supposedly 45 days to have the possible 15% tax advantage with no audits (this is still a rumor; will be confirmed sooner or later next week).



[Bulldog75] 10. if your deposit is in an acct "no interest bearing savings acct" there 'maybe' an opportunity to have the bank cover the total amount deposited which surpasses the FDIC $250,000. check that one out please, imo.



[Bulldog75] 11. SMITH BARNEY and others re insure your accounts somewhere in the $600,000 range per account. seek legal advice and the broker / company policies.



[Bulldog75] 12. NEVER EVER use your home address anymore for anything including UPS AND FED EX. THEY TRACK YOU. THEY KNOW WHO LIVES IN YOUR HOUSE.



[Bulldog75] 13. AFTER MAKING YOUR INITIAL DEPOSIT; TRANSFER IT TO ANOTHER INTEREST FREE CHECKING ACCT WITHIN THE WEEK; SOONER RATHER THAN LATER. (AGAIN, PLEASE FILTER ALL THIS DATA. YOU DECIDE WHICH WORKS FOR U).



[Bulldog75] 14. HAVE YOUR BANK MAILING ADDRESS POSSIBLY TO A PO BOX; BUT A SEPARATE PHYSICAL ADDRESS IS ASKED FOR BY THE BANK; SO LIST A UPS POSTAL DROP ADDRESS WHICH IS NOT, I REPEAT NOT A PO BOX.

Q & A

[Nascar Guy] [wonner] Bulldog75---what do you think of the idea of creating separate/individual trusts for 1-bank account (irv funds)/ 2-home/ 3-car/ 4-other major assets?, in addition to a Nevada c-corp llc?

[Bulldog75] IMO AND NOT BEING A LICENSED ATTORNEY: ALL ASSETS SHOULD BE INDIVIDUALLY IN A SEPARATE TRUST ACCT.

[Bulldog75] TO PROTECT YOU , YOUR FAMILY AND THE ASSET IN CASE OF SUIT.

[Bulldog75] OTHER ASSETS SEPARATELY,..TY.


[nana1] [Go_USA] I just went to idnetwork.com and it took me to idanalytics.com. It doesn't look like this website has medical photo IDs. Would you have any more info on these?


Bulldog75] OTHER ASSETS SEPARATELY,..TY.
[Bulldog75] I DO NOT; MODS/STAFF SUGGESTIONS?

[Bulldog75] ON THE IDNETWORK.COM. ANYONE? PLEASE FOLLOWUP WITH NANA1. TK Y.


[Bulldog75] Nascar Guy : OH, GREAT ONE NASCAR; THIS CAME UP TODAY. IT WIL TAKE LONGER TO SET UP THE CHARITABLES. GETTING A TAX ID AND SUBSTANTIATING THIS TO UST./IRS. WHEN WEIGHING THE ODDS: HERE'S THE QUESTION:
[Bulldog75] WOULD ONE RATHER PAY THE 15% UP FRONT AND NEVER WORRY...OR SKIRT THE ISSUE AND RISK CONSEQUENCES DOWN THE ROAD. IF ITS LEGIT; DO THE CRT, CHARITABLE TRUST. TK y.!


[Bulldog75] nana1 HI HOPES : ANSWER: AH GOOD: IF U ARE HAPPY WITH THE RATE; ONE TIME CASH IN WOULD BE OK; I SUGGEST AT LEAST A TWO PART CASH IN ; JUST TO KEEP IT FAIR AND AVERAGE THE SPREAD; KINDA LIKE BUYIN STOCKS WHEN THEY FLOAT UP AND DOWN IN THE MARKETS. YOU MIGHT SLEEP BETTER AT NIGHT. TK Y.


[Nascar Guy] [cheeny] Bulldog75. What kind of home security system would you recommend?


[Bulldog75] Nascar Guy CHEENY; ANSWER: ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS SHOULD BE HARD WIRED WITH AT LEAST TWO MOTION DETECTORS. VIDEO IF POSSIBLE AT FRONT AND BACK DOORS. THESE HAVE BECOME VERY AFFORDABLE. TK Y


[nana1] [MTmann] Can you please as Bulldog75 if he prefers trusts over LLC's?


[Bulldog75] JUST A REMINDER ; WHETHER YOU CONSIDER A 'CRT' OR 'CHURCH' OR 'TRUST'; SEEK THE MOST COMPETENT LEGAL ADVICE POSSIBLE. PREFERABLY A "CERTIFIED CPA/TAX ATTORNEY' IS WHAT I USE.


[Bulldog75] OK ; ONE MORE Q PLEASE AND WE WILL GO:



[Nascar Guy] [deanr] Most people bank online, so using computer #2 with no outside internet connection would be a problem. Any solutions?



[Bulldog75] Nascar Guy deanr : answer: SEVERAL CHOICES HERE AND HERE IS THE QUESTION; WHAT IS ONE WILLING TO RISK TO SAVE THE KINGDOM? DO NOT BANK ON LINE WITH YOUR LARGE ACCOUNTS PLEASE. NO PINS. NO COMPUTER CHANGES. THAT IS SO RISKY. SMALL ACCTS ARE OK WITH PINS AND COMPUTERS. NOT THE LARGE ACCOUNTS; THIS MUST BE DONE IS PERSON FOR THE BIGGY TRANSFERS.



[Bulldog75] THANK YOU ALL AND THE STAFF; BLESSINGS. HAVE A GREAT EVENING.



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