Book offers tips on reclaiming privacy in the digital age

September 8, 2010

Frank M. Ahearn has co-authored a book about the act of disappearing, How To Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, And Vanish Without A Trace.

Interestingly, Ahearn’s treatise contains some valuable tips you can use to reclaim some of the privacy you’ve relinquished, knowingly or not, by using Google, Facebook, Yahoo and most other popular Internet-enabled services.

For instance, he recommends deleting all social-media accounts and never making calls from home, work or a cellphone that can be traced to you. Taking legal steps to purposefully disappear, he says, can lead to “true freedom.” Technology Live recently interviewed Ahearn about his iconoclastic views on personal privacy.

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