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From the Desk of Ted Bauman
I firmly believe that we Americans have a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as defined by our Founding Fathers.
But sadly, today’s government would like to regulate and stifle those freedoms. And more sadly, most Americans have unknowingly given up those freedoms because they have been brainwashed into thinking that a life of security comes at the cost of liberty.
If you want real freedom, right now, you have to fight for it.
And that fight starts with you securing your personal information from prying eyes such as hackers, fraudsters, scammers and alas perhaps most importantly from our very own government.
This is exactly why I believe it is crucial for every American to examine how they’re protecting their own privacy.
As soon as you receive your copy of my Privacy Code 2.0 report, I strongly urge you to:
- Turn to page 3 to read about the two “types” of privacy and how ignoring the second one can destroy your finances, relationships and even place you in physical harm…
- Turn to page 4 to discover the five main questions you need to ask yourself to understand the realistic threats to your privacy right now . And how to balance those risks against potential rewards of addressing them.
- Turn to page 5 for the two critical elements of a personal information privacy strategy that rarely get a mention in most treatments.
- Turn to page 6 to uncover why you shouldn’t keep anything private in your safety deposit box.
And this is just from the first 6 pages
Click here for access to the full list of legal tactics that have helped me turn my private life private.