How to Exit the Matrix -and prevent Identity theft
gATO tHiNkInG – about the how easy Identity theft in the web has become, so I search for some stat’s:
Non-delivery of payment or merchandise. Scams impersonating the FBI. Identity theft.
These were the top three most common complaints made to the joint FBI/National White Collar Crime Center’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) last year, according to its just-released 2010 Internet Crime Report.Why is this, because as you surf in the web you leave all kinds of information about what sites you visited, what you looked at and your information is being sold, diced and sliced and you have no power to stop it, or do you.
What if I was to offer you a way to do your business online and not leave all this information for merchant’s and criminals.. The ToR -Network is your solution: once inside the matrix/deepWeb you can still cruise the same clearWeb sites like Amazon and iTunes stores but now with complete anonymity. You are in control of you data more that ever before. It takes a few extra steps, if it was easy everyone would do it but then they would also have total control of their personal data.
Privacy and anonymity have been poop to the point of non-existence in recent years. Our personal, private information is stockpiled and sold to the highest bidder like so much inventory at a warehouse. National Security Letters are written to make countless requests for records from our search engines, libraries, and book stores with no court oversight. Email and especially searchable data is practically unprotected from anyone who might ask to have it. All our electronic communications are tapped. Massive governmental data mining schemes are being built to record everything we publish on the web. In many workplaces, employers spy on and control their employees’ Internet access, and this practice is widely considered to be acceptable.
The ToR network is a network that provides anonymity (your Identity is safe-secure) were you use it in the surface web or the deep web or the dark web it’s up to you–The Dark Web is not the Deep Web
These are dark times. The Fourth Amendment has all but disappeared, thanks to the Wars on Drugs, Porn, and Terror, in New York they are trying to pass a law to prevent people from commenting online as “anonymous” using the cyber-bully as a way to make everyone give out their personal information before they can post acommnet on a website-how the chip at our rights. Any practicing trial lawyer will tell you that you can no longer rely on unreasonable search to be the basis for excluding evidence, especially for digital evidence in the hands of a third party. Likewise the First Amendment has been shredded with exceptions and provisos, and is only truly available to those with the money to fight costly (and usually frivolous) court battles against large corporations. In short, you can say what you want so long as it doesn’t affect corporate profits.
How we got to a legal state where this all this activity is the accepted norm, I’m not quite sure. It seems to stem from an underlying assumption that our function at work and at home is that of a diligent slave – a single unit of economic output under the direct watch and total control of our superiors at all times; that we should accept this surveillance because we should have nothing to hide from our benevolent overlords who are watching us merely to protect us from evil.
The Deep Web is not the Tor Network. But you need the ToR network to get to the Dark Web. The Dark Web is not the Black Market but a small part of the Dark Web.
Ok gAtO has gone overboard but there is truth in what I say as others have said before me. Now if we could do something about non-delivery of payment or goods– you can use the ToR-network and not go into the deep web just use the technology to make yourself more secure and and have anonymity but surf the clearWeb. If you use the ToR network you can eliminate most of these information leak’s and you can have more control of your data– try it, you may like it – gATO oUt