There are a whole lot more new ways to spy on a private citizen today than there were a decade ago. And, interestingly enough, there are new counter-surveillance measures that the market has provided as well.
No, I’m not recommending that you actually buy or implement all of the privacy-enhancing options below. But I think it’s more than worth your time to know a bit about them – if for no other reason than to better understand how unscrupulous persons and interests are determined to pry into the lives of others.
For example, it ‘s common to find stories on the news of hidden cameras inappropriately taking videos of us in public bathrooms, hotels, and changing rooms.
Hackers and cyber crooks crave your personal and financial information and will stop at nothing to get it. They plant audio bugs, hack your cell phone, or otherwise gain access to your business and personal conversations. It’s all just as profitable and desirable to them as hacking into your e-mail, because once they have possession of your personal data, they can freely tap your assets while saddling you with their debts.
Counter-surveillance manufacturer Ensure Privacy says,
“Many people believe surveillance devices are myths; however surveillance devices are easily purchased on the open market. Bugging devices and telephone taps are an effective means of stalking [you]. Body-Wires and room transmitters are unethical yet common practice. Professional burglars are using vehicle tracking systems to know when and where you are. Understanding that surveillance devices are real and they can be obtained easily for not a lot of money is why counter-surveillance equipment is necessary.”
With today’s technology, surveillance equipment can be made very small. On the leading edge, military researchers are developing “nano” drones the size of hummingbirds and insects.
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Most physical surveillance equipment today transmits wirelessly using radio frequency (RF) signals. You can easily buy counter-surveillance detection equipment that zeroes in on RF signals and exposes the hidden devices.
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A decent array of counter surveillance tools can easily run into the hundreds of dollars. However, you probably spend several thousand dollars each year on various insurance policies. Counter surveillance tools are essentially a form of insurance to protect your assets and your privacy. As such, they may be worthy of your consideration, based on your individual situation.
Along with these physical surveillance suggestions, remember to have your computer’s counter surveillance tools in good working order, too: firewalls, virus protection, encryption, strong passwords, VPN or proxy server, etc. Using some or all of these security measures will give you a higher level of privacy, anonymity, peace of mind, and freedom compared to the general population.
Attaining a higher degree of privacy requires special knowledge, such as knowing about the options that are presented above. You may not need this knowledge, but perhaps someone you know does!
For living a low-profile life,
Lee Bellinger, Publisher
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