Internet privacy is accomplished through the use of personal privacy principles that will conceal the identity of people and businesses. These methods have been used for years by many who have used my privacy books for personal privacy and financial privacy.
Creating a new identity is essential for complete internet privacy. Use an alternate name for e-mail communication. For official business communication, provide first name, last name initial. A PDF attachment will be more secure when essential material has to be sent or received quickly.
Business people who value privacy are advised to hold their domains in a Limited Liability Company while using the private registration principles I’ve written about for years. A Trust as manager of the LLC with an administrative trustee as the signer for registration purposes will keep your internet company private. This is important as business identity theft costs upwards of $10,000.00 per theft and can bankrupt a company. And “you know who” won’t know who is behind it, and won’t break down your door or steal your property.
Not much can be done to assure absolute privacy if you hold an ISP in your name. Masking your ISP with a proxy server is still a good idea, but the proxy won’t make it through certain firewalls, mainly those of the financial institutions’ websites you use. The solution is to utilize privacy as you buy your internet service. Use a company name or other name with a distant mailing address for billing. An offshore address creates a location illusion for you and adds additional privacy to your internet activities. Nominees under contract can also be used to hold an internet service.