The Road to Invisible

A concise, board-game-style guide to protecting your privacy rights and acheiving radical anonymity


| March-April 2000


Begin here.

  • The path to privacy is a long one. You start by reading The Privacy Rights Handbook, by Beth Givens (Avon, 1997) and monitoring privacy news (www.accessreports.com).

 

  • Stop direct mail by sending your name and address (all versions) to Mail Preference Service, Direct Marketing Association, Box 9008, Farmingdale, NY 11735-9008.

 

  • Refuse to fill out warranty cards. (Warranties remain in force.) Patronize card-free supermarkets ( www.nocards.org ). When you buy by phone, say: “Do not rent, sell, or trade my name and address.”

 



  • OOPS. You called an 800 number. The Automatic Number Identification System tags you for direct marketers.

 

  • Stop the telemarketers: Send name, address, and phone number to Telephone Preference Service, DMA, Box 9014, Farmingdale, NY 11735-9014.

 














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