FAQ
Because no question should go unanswered.

I often get asked the same questions regarding my work as a privacy consultant. Therefore, I have decided to answer the most frequently asked questions on this page.

Some would say so but I don't consider myself an expert. An expert knows everything there is to know about their craft. There's ALWAYS something new to learn in dealing with privacy and security. Laws change. Technology creates new threats and new safeguards every day. It's impossible to know everything there is to know in this field. I consider myself to be a lifelong learner and I seek to pass the benefit of constant learning on to those who read my blog and seek my services.

The guides on this website are mere how-to's on various tactics you can use to protect your privacy and security. They can't correct you if you make a mistake and they aren't interactive like face-to-face sessions. Like your first time riding a bike, it cant also be difficult to successfully execute these tactics on the first try. By having me along with you, I can help you keep your balance until you're ready to take off the training wheels.

I would love to be able to run ads on TV promoting my consultations for $19.99 like every other product in America. Unfortunately, things don't quite work out that easily. The cost involved depends entirely upon your circumstances: the resources you have available, the threat you're facing, the degree of privacy you need, and so on. If you're interested, contact me for a quote.

As J.J. Luna once said: "If you think it's expensive to hire a professional, wait until you hire an amateur."

Generally, yes! Of course, it depends on my schedule. I occasionally give lectures alongside the FBI to corporations and other agencies throughout the year but I am open to discussing your proposal. If you're interested, contact me to discuss it further. Be sure to include the date(s) you're interested in.

I can only offer you what your budget and the law will permit. I will not help you hide illegal activity. With that in mind, laws vary from state to state and country to country. What I am able to do for one client in California may only be a fraction of what I can help another client do in New Mexico or Arizona. What I can do for a client in Australia will differ greatly from what I can do for a client in Switzerland.

The legality of each tactic depends entirely upon your legal jurisdiction. Purchasing a pre-paid "burner" phone is legal in the United States but is illegal in some other countries. Additionally, the United States is seeking to introduce new laws that would put an end to them here.

Laws are constantly changing. What may be legal today may be illegal tomorrow. What may be illegal today may be legal tomorrow. I offer my knowledge unfiltered and unbiased. Nothing on this website or my consultations should be considered legal advice. You should follow up with your attorney to determine the legality of any tactic you intend to use.