- Rather than trying to avoid surveillance entirely, you might be able to avoid it some and fool it some. Also, you don't want to appear as if you are trying too hard to avoid it.
- Most people don't get caught doing sneaky stuff unless they blab or are acting funny, or someone else blabs.
- Don't discuss any plans for any illegal activity on the phone unless you have code words that make it sound like a normal conversation. Likewise email, texts etc.
- The country is less likely to have things like light pole cameras than the city. Back roads are less likely too, than highways.
- It is possible to disguise what you are doing by covering it with another activity. For example, when burying things to hide them, or digging a hidey hole, have another fake reason to dig in case someone nosy comes by. Wearing work coveralls and carrying a clipboard helps in situations where you are in public scoping something out - nobody suspects the meter man. You might consider posting a lookout who can make excuses for you and distract people away.
- Tires have RFID's that can be read as you drive. Consider keeping several sets of working used tires around, and swapping them out often. And/or use a number of different, ever-changing cars if you have those kind of resources. You could have a car repair hobby or something, and get them at auctions.
- New cars will have black boxes and Obama wants to make them "cyber safe", i.e. snoop on you. Buy older cars. Audis don't have black boxes yet.
- To shake a tail while driving, make a habit out of making a lot of left turns in a row so you make a box around the block. Keep in mind that if you are tailed, it may be by a team that switches up positions periodically so no-one stays behind your car for too long. The same is true of walking.
- Consider taking the battery out of your cell phone whenever you don't need it. Also don't wear it, or get a shielded case for it. Both because they'll know where you go and because the cell phones emit microwaves. Not a lot, but it might still be bad for you in the long run. The WHO has recently said they cause cancer.
- Don't get a cell phone data plan. Keep the simplest cell phone you can find. Data cell phones like Androids and Iphones are easy to hack and emit more radiation.
- Detergent has RFID's. Make your own laundry soap, or find a brand that doesn't have RFID's. If it's in the package, re-package your detergent.
- Department store clothes have RFID's in them (like the soles of shoes). Buy only used clothes, except perhaps underwear. You could make clothes. You could try to make your own shoes. I guess making them from tires won't avoid the RFIDs anymore!
- Is your pet microchipped? Are you trying to disappear? Might need to lose the pet.
- They make RFID's that are the size of powder now. So who knows where there may be some. A degaussing coil may be able to mess them up, if they have writable memory.
- Big box stores and malls are crawling with spies. Buy only from mom and pop stores whenever you can help it. The big box stores also can read RFID's embedded in your clothes etc.
- Put your vehicle in a trust or corporation. This would put one more step between you and a civilian trying to find you by your vehicle registration. Wouldn't do much against Uncle Sam.
- Stay out of college, for now. It's not worth it as the economy tanks, and there are now spies all over the colleges. Learn online for free from Open University files. Download whole free programs of study for use later if the internet disappears.
- Home school your kids if you can, or at least supplement the schooling they do get with your own instruction so you can provide some balance to the brainwashing they get. Or if you can afford it, send them to private school. It is possible someone could try to spy on you through your children or their stuff, like the school that secretly activated all its students' laptop cameras every night.
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