By Patrick | October 10, 2007
Many of you already know that I am an avid reader and supporter of Michael Hampton’s Homeland Stupidity. I’ve used his blog entries in my own posts in the past and I’ve come across another article I want to share. “How to stay out of government databases” is a neat article that Michael wrote back in July of 2007. It’s kind of a brief, high level HOWTO with some suggestions and ideas on how to stay low and off the governmental radar per se.
You may find many of Michael’s suggestions can’t be implemented in your own personal life without significant lifestyle changes, but don’t be discouraged just yet. This article can serve more as a general guide and as a good reminder of how we need to change our thinking and question every time someone – commercial or government – asks for information from us. No matter how small or unimportant a certain tidbit of information may seem to be at the time, you can be assured that it is being requested for a reason. A reason that may or may not be supported by legitimate necessity.
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