Bulletproof Privacy: How to Live Hidden, Happy and Free! Paperback – Oct 1997
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Top Customer Reviews
Even worse, the author in several places hints that he has even better methods but won't reveal them to us(in order to protect his own privacy).
A good book? Yes. But for me(trying to find information on using the postal mail system privatly), it did not have what I wanted.
I still enjoyed reading it(just because I like this sorta thing) but it really didn't have much one couldn't figure out for oneself with a bit of thinking.
Still, you probably won't need another book because you probably won't feel it necessary even to follow all the suggestions in this volume. And there are plenty here - more than enough for most purposes.
In short, this is a great place to start if you feel the need to take back some privacy, but it won't teach you how to disappear.
Most recent customer reviews
Get this book to learn how little privacy we have and how to regain some of it. The only reason I didn't give it five stars is that after 7 years, some of the information is... Read morePublished on Feb. 21 2004
I have read many books on the subject of privacy and find this book one of the most informative and realistic. Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2002 by Rich
A wonderful introduction to the world of personal privacy! Though there are more detailed books, I would recommend that anyone interested in this topic start with this book before... Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2001
Fantastic book chock full of useful information for those concerned with privacy.Published on Feb. 13 2000
This book is well-written, concise and practical. After reading this book, I realized what a public life I live.Published on Aug. 10 1999