Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E051

Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E051

Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E051:

Protect Your Address with Snail Mail Control

This week we sit down to discuss mail control: how to get the mail you want, without compromising your address or getting annoying junk.

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SHOW NOTES:

INTRO:

iOS Restrictions: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201304

MAIN TOPIC: Mail Control

Mail Control

  • What is Mail Control?
  • Compartmentalization
  • Alternate Mailing Addresses
  • Changing Addresses
  • Disinformation
  • The Importance of Credit Freezes

LISTENER QUESTIONS

What is your stance on traffic apps like Waze or Inrix?

What happens if you get into an auto accident? Is there any way to prevent other parties from getting your information?

OFFENSE/DEFENSE:

Offense: http://melissadata.com/lookups/peoplefinder.asp
Defense: https://hidingfromtheinternet.com/data-removal-melissa-com/, https://hidingfromtheinternet.com/removal-letters/


The Complete Privacy and Security Desk Reference
https://www.yourultimatesecurity.guide/the-complete-privacy—security-desk-reference.html

Drew’s Website:
https://hidingfromtheinternet.com/

Michael’s Website
https://privacy-training.com/

Justin’s Website
https://www.yourultimatesecurity.guide/

4 thoughts on “Complete Privacy & Security Podcast E051

  1. How is Justin using Airbnb these days? I ask because for 25% of accounts they are requiring some form of government issued ID. They don’t take Sudo numbers. They don’t like Privacy.com cards.

    1. Terry,
      I have a friend with an account who makes my reservations for me, then passes along the check-in info and other pertinent information to me. I pay him or her in cash afterward, with a slight up-charge for the help. This isn’t ideal and causes a bit of friction here and there but overall it has worked pretty well.
      Thanks,
      JC

    1. I don’t think it’s worth it. I wouldn’t trust Experian with any more information about you than they already have, and I certainly wouldn’t pay for it.

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