How to Be Invisible by J.J. Luna
A Step-By-Step Guide To Protecting Your Assets, Your Identity, And Your Life

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For most of us, privacy means an unlisted telephone number. But what about your Social Security number? Your credit card numbers? Your bank account statements? Your personal health data? You may think this information is also secure, but if you've ever ordered anything over the Internet, or if your credit card is on file at the local video store just in case you never return that copy of Titanic, or if you throw out bank statements without shredding them, then this information is now in the public domain and can easily be discovered and used against you by a private eye, a computer hacker, or even a vengeful neighbor or former lover. Once people gain control of even a shred of your personal information, they can gain control of your life. They can transform this information into access to your assets, your loved ones, even your identity. And once your privacy is gone, there's very little you can do to get it back.

J. J. Luna, a highly trained and experienced security consultant, can show you how to achieve the privacy you crave, whether you just want to shield yourself from casual scrutiny or take your life savings and disappear without a trace. He reveals the shocking secrets that private detectives use to uncover information, and then shows you how to safeguard against them.

Filled with vivid real-life stories drawn from the headlines and from Luna's own consulting experience, How to Be Invisible is the essential guide to preserving your personal security. Privacy is commonly lamented as the first casualty of the Information Age-- but that doesn't mean you have to stand for it.

About J.J. Luna

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J. J. Luna spent eleven years running a secret operation in Franco's Spain, a fascist state notorious for the brutality and tenacity of its secret police. His skill at covering his tracks has saved his life several times. He now works as a consultant, helping other people-- and their assets-- to simply...disappear.
Published July 7, 2000 by Thomas Dunne Books. 272 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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A subversive, disturbing, and altogether remarkable exposure of our frightening transparency to government agencies, investigators, the media, and more malign forces.

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