Internet Privacy 2015

Internet Privacy 2015 : How to Delete Your Data from Over 70 Sources Now

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Why is nearly every American's personal data on the Internet? Why is it important that you remove it today? All I probably need is your first name - or last name - and the city you live in. Maybe I overheard it at the grocery store or coffee shop. Within minutes, in most cases, I can find your picture, full name, street address, address history, phone number, email, your child's school district and school, your workplace, your date of birth, your relative's names and association to you, your social security number, and every public document related to you. All within a few clicks. Maybe the info cost me $5, or maybe I pieced it together for free from a few "people search" sites - sites that sell your personal data to individuals and companies indiscriminately. From WhitePages.com to BeenVerified.com to MyLife.com - we put a stop to it all. I started PrivacyDuck.com in 2013 after being inspired with the goal of doing something truly unique - take my passion for privacy and blend it with my expertise in data removal - and create the world's first internet privacy company that truly removes your personal information, blocks it, and monitors for its reappearance - without compromising sensitive information, outsourcing the work, or taking risky technical shortcuts that expose your info to even more eyes. After helping tens of thousands with their Internet Privacy, we've developed this easy-to-use, step-by-step guide to help you remove and monitor your data from the Internet. Take this information, use it, and begin deleting yourself from the internet of surveillance.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 11.18mm | 576.06g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507559828
  • 9781507559826

About Will McAdam

Will Elijah McAdam is the Founder and CEO of privacyDuck.com, Inc., a San Francisco-based company pioneering new high-touch frontiers in Data Privacy and Online Reputation Analysis. He is also Founder and CEO of GuideBooks.coInc., a company specializing in online tourism-related news and user-centric approaches to travel guide writing. Both privacyDuck.com and GuideBooks.coare part of Pixie Dust Group, LLC, where Will serves as President. He is on the board of Pixie Dust Fund, a 501 c (3) California non-profit corporation supporting LGBTQ-related charities and awareness programs in the City of San Francisco. Prior to this, Will spearheaded the revitalization and landmark growth of Reputation.com's Executive Privacy and Executive Privacy Plus products, culminating in landmark sales and product redevelopment that made it the strongest Internet Privacy solution on the market at the time. Since 2005, Will has served various companies in the capacity of both a freelance and in-house creative and online content strategist, working with companies such as redPear (creative, strategy), Blue Glass Interactive (B2B marketing consulting), The Walt Disney Company (creative), Reputation.com (social media strategy), and San Francisco political candidates (speechwriting and campaign strategy). Currently at work on a four-part teleplay, "As We Knew It," Will is a published author. In addition to the annual line of GuideBook.co guides (the world's largest collection of Disney and theme park guides) and the February 2015 book, "Internet Privacy: Take Control of Your Personal Data," Will is the author of the 2008 novel, "Dichotomies & Hypocrisies" (Social Media Publishing), and former Editor-In-Chief of The Vagrant Literary Quarterly. Originally from Orange County, California, Will's interests and activities include cityscape photography, politics, and social justice issues. For relaxation, he often enjoys coastal hikes, classical music performances, and Greek literature. He lives with his partner and cat in downtown San Francisco."show more