ID: Books, Videos
How To Easily Use The Latest Technology To Drop Out, Start
Over, And Get On With Your Life
by Ragnar Benson
Forget about using the old "dead-baby's birth-certificat"
ruse to get new ID. Everyone's on to that trick. What you need is
the know-how to make your own documents on a home computer. And
by following the simple instructions in here, you can.
Ragnar Benson is America's most-esteemed survival expert. He has
written more than 20 books for Paladin throughout the years on a
variety of topics covering everything from weapons to politics to
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Little Known Tactics of Identity Change Professionals
by John Q Newman
Here is all-new information on identity changing from one of the
most renowned specialists in the field. In this book you will discover
how to use name-change laws to your advantage; change your identity
with the help of police reports; create a usable Social Security
number; obtain a "delayed" birth certificate in any name
you want; pass background investigations with a new identity, and
which types to avoid; use a "ghost address" to establish
a new identity; create an education history complete with real transcripts;
and much more. For academic study only.
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Your Tracks Without Changing Your Identity
How to Disappear Until You WANT to Be Found
by Bill Wilson
Is your life on a downward spiral? Well, don't go postal, get intoxicated
or send your money to a TV evangelist. Many people face unpleasant
or dangerous circumstances from which escape is the only attractive
option. But if identity change seems like too drastic a measure
for you, a sabbatical from your current life might be just the ticket.
Maybe all you need is a serious "time-out" – a chance
to regroup, refocus, calmly evaluate your situation and weigh your
options. Why not simply take a powder, cover your tracks to thwart
any would-be pursuers and then return to your old life once the
dust has settled? The author did, and in this book he shares the
ins and outs of this option with you, including where to go, how
to get there, what to take (and what to do with the stuff you don't
take), where to stay when you get there, how to handle financial
concerns and support yourself while in hiding, how to live comfortably
and securely in your chosen refuge and how to return home when –
and if – you decide to.
Bill Wilson grew up near Atlanta, Georgia, and has spent most of
his adult life avoiding things that would limit his freedom, such
as credit, relationships and responsibilities. He has, however,
nurtured a passion for writing, and describes himself as "a
happy bohemian, slightly insane but completely harmless."
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Modern Identity Changer
How To Create And Use A New Identity For Privacy And Personal
by Sheldon Charrett
As governments worldwide have increased their stranglehold on the
personal information of ordinary citizens, advocates of new and
alternate identities have developed creative new methods and modes
of thinking to meet the challenge. Sheldon Charrett is a long-time
fighter for identity freedom, and now he has taken the battle into
the challenging arena of the 21st century.
In this revised and updated edition of his best-selling book The
Modern Identity Changer, you will learn how to acquire a new identity,
produce the documents necessary to support it and obtain residence,
credit, employment and banking privileges to enjoy it. Read all-new
and expanded information on
* evaluating the pros and cons of segmented ID change vs. total
* creating alternate identity documents from scratch
* working around the onerous new rules for mail drops and private
* establishing real estate residence without ever signing a document
* making your own notary embossing plate
* interpreting, applying for, and using Social Security numbers
Besides getting Charrett's latest solutions to Big Brother's alarming
assaults on privacy, you will also benefit from reader feedback
on the first edition, with verified tips and tricks from the trenches
in the ongoing struggle to maintain our cherished freedoms. For
academic study only.
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Am Not a Number!
Freeing America From the ID State
Revised and Expanded
by Claire Wolfe
We're already compelled to carry a government-assigned number to
get health care, enroll our children in school, open a bank account,
drive a car, hold a job, buy stocks, or even rent a video. We endure
scans, warrantless searches and inspections. Cameras peer at us
everywhere. Rude and often ignorant "security screeners"
pat us down at airports while we cower submissively. This book is
for people who want to take steps, within their own lives and their
communities, to ensure that the Surveillance Stops Here. As Wolfe
writes, you can't have both freedom and a convenient, secure, go-along-to-get-along
life. If you aren't willing to take personal risks, don't read this
Claire Wolfe is the author of The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook and
I Am Not a Number, both published by Paladin Press. She is the coauthor,
with Aaron Zelman, of the young-adult novel Rebelfire: Out of the
Gray Zone. She is a regular contributor to S.W.A.T. magazine and
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The Encyclopedia Of Personal Identification
by Scott French
Master snooper Scott French delves into the world of personal
identity and reveals the tricks and truths of the ID game from
both sides of the fence. Drawing on insider information from FBI
and Customs agents, offshore attorneys, master thieves and professional
sharks, this book describes how people's identities are stolen
and how to prevent it from happening to you. Learn how to: make
a great ID on a home computer; get a driver's license even if
yours is suspended; open a bank account without a Social Security
number; set up an untraceable offshore ATM account; acquire the
best fake ID in the world; recognize whether an ID is real; get
a second passport; identify phony credit cards; read the hidden
information on vehicle tags; and much more. Complete with sources,
web sites, rules and tips, this tour through the back doors and
alleyways of modern identity will change the way you do business
and live your life!
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Privacy, and Personal Freedom
Big Brother vs The New Resistance
by Sheldon Charrett
Sheldon Charrett, author of Modern Identity Changer, has had enough
of power-mad government agencies that use identity documents to
approve what you do for a living, keep tabs on your net worth and
control your life. If you, too, are unwilling to fork over your
freedom without a struggle, this book outlines the very latest info
on how to make professional-quality identity documents (including
the lowdown on holograms, bar codes and other high-tech devices);
obtain officially issued documents under a new identity; use ID
tricks to maximize mail, telephone, employment, banking and Internet
privacy; ride legal loopholes into phantom marriages and baby bank
accounts; and a whole lot more! For academic study only.
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of a Back-Alley ID Man
Fake Id Construction Techniques Of The Underground
by Sheldon Charrett
Find out how crafty counterfeiters stay one step ahead of the bureaucrats
and security professionals and readily replicate driver's licenses,
birth certificates and other supposedly "secure" identity
documents. In Secrets of a Back-Alley ID Man, Sheldon Charrett (The
Modern Identity Changer and Identity, Privacy, and Personal Freedom)
will show you the most effective "new school" and "old-school"
techniques for new IDs, as well as poor man's tricks for those on
a tight budget; the latest printers, scanners, cameras, software
and other equipment used to forge IDs; groundbreaking research in
hologram reproduction; simple and quick methods for producing do-it-yourself
templates for licenses and official seals; ways to make composite
IDs using a standard 35mm camera; and the availability of ready-made
IDs on the Internet and other sources. Plus, for the first time
ever in print, are precise instructions on how metallic holograms
and repetitive lettering are done at home. Also included are difficult-to-find
driver's licenses backs, which are nonexistent on the Internet and
ignored in other ID books. For academic study only.
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Security Guide For Paranoids
by Edward LaBarge
You make sure that you lock the doors and windows in your house
to keep out thieves, and you secure valuable papers in a locked
cabinet or desk. But what about all that personal information stored
on your computer – Social Security number, banking accounts,
credit card transactions, tax returns, date of birth?
This easy-to-read handbook outlines the most common online risks
to your privacy and provides simple, inexpensive measures to avoid
them. You'll learn how to
* Prevent unauthorized access to your files by data harvesters,
hackers and government agents
* Use a wireless network without exposing yourself to the neighborhood
– and the world
* Choose passwords that cannot be cracked
* Recognize keystroke-recording programs
* Search the Web without leaving an embarrassing or damaging trail
* Restrict your exposure on social networking sites to real friends
* Select a printer that doesn't leave an electronic fingerprint
* Encrypt files easily and inexpensively
* Spot email hoaxes instantly
Technology isn't the problem; in fact, it can be the answer if
you know how to use it properly. All the security measures discussed
are inexpensive (many are absolutely FREE), and you don't have to
be a computer genius to implement them. It's not paranoid to be
vigilant about protecting your online privacy. In today's brave
new cyberworld, it's essential.
Edward LaBarge has information technology (IT) certifications and
training from the Department of Defense and CompTIA, and graduated
summa cum laude with a bachelor's degree in management information
systems. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in information