Invasion Of The Privacy Snatchers: Protect Your Digital Privacy From ‘Big Brother’ And Others!

You’re at risk every day and you don’t even know it. Your computer, phone, cell phone and email can be hacked and hijacked putting you at jeopardy for identity theft and worse. Learn what you can do now to protect yourself from digital privacy invasion.

The special bulletin is critical for ANYONE that uses a computer, email or cell phone.

It’s about your privacy… your digital privacy.

And if you think President Obama, or any incumbent, is going to reverse the policies that have invaded your privacy thus far, think again.

The eavesdropping will continue. The hunt for your financial assets will continue. And it will get uglier.

The government wants to know and track as much of you as possible because very simply put — Washington is bankrupt.

In the months and years ahead the Gov’t will be seeking to get more and more tax dollars from you … to discover and control directly or indirectly… and get more of your financial assets.

Bluntly speaking, to know everything you are doing.

I don’t say this lightly. And I’m not an alarmist or conspiracy theorist.

However, the fact of the matter is that Washington realizes that it cannot pay off its colossal mountain of debt to fulfill its IOUs.

But it’s not just the powers that be in D.C. you need to be wary of. Large corporations are also monitoring everything you do.

Some of it is quite innocent, simply devising marketing schemes using cookies and other online behavior targeting to get you to buy more of their products.

Nonetheless, other invasions of privacy by large corporations are actually indirectly aiding and abetting Washington’s desire to know as much about you as possible.

Bottom line: No matter what, you NEED to know the best actions to take to secure your digital privacy, now, not later. Time is of the essence.

Here’s why…

Data thieves stealing information are generally looking for two things: Its content and its context.

Content is such as the text of an email or the transcript of a phone conversation.

However, context is who communicated with whom and how often. So if the data thief knows who you talk to, how often, and for what periods of time, they can connect the dots and get a pretty good idea of who you are.

Computers, with their immense memory power, are the perfect weapons used to analyze this data as it enables thieves to steal with even more effectiveness.

The Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) is a law that makes it unlawful to intentionally access stored electronic or wire communication to obtain, alter, or prevent authorized access to such communication.

However, privacy protection under ECPA is minimal and its shortcomings are evident.

The Patriot Act expanded this authority and police can now obtain “records of session times and durations,” as well as records of “any temporarily assigned network address, making it faster and easier to identify computer users and trace their Internet communications.

And now you have no chance of privacy for files that you share online via a file sharing service. And if you fail to secure your wireless network, you have no expectation of privacy for your online communications.

The Patriot Act also eliminated the requirement that authorities confirm the target is actually using the device being monitored allowing wiretapping of pay telephones in the expectation that a roving wiretap target might use one of the phones.

If an Internet company suffers a security breach that causes you harm, or allows someone access to your data in violation of laws or its own policies, in most cases, it’s not liable for your loss.

Companies have pretty much unrestricted use of your electronic data and any information you disclose to them. In the course of your relationship, they will reserve the right to use it in their account records without restriction and to disclose that information to any third party.

But this is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s much more lurking under the water that can take you down worse than the Titanic.

What you need is a lifeboat to save yourself and your family.

My full report is your lifesaver, quite literally.

It outlines how to protect your computer while web surfing, how to keep your emails private, the BEST mobile email security platforms, and what you NEED to know about ‘cloud storage’.

To learn precisely how to secure your personal digital and mobile privacy, click here NOW to read the full special report!