An Anonymous Debit Card Helps Protect Your Right To Privacy

privacyEven the most cursory glance at the world around us quickly reveals the extent to which technology has impacted virtually every area of our lives. The most intimate parts of our lives are subject to the presence of a variety of technological devices and processes. As a result, much of the freedom that we believe we enjoy comes ever closer to becoming little more than an illusion.

The same governments that tout the inalienable rights of its citizens to privacy on the one hand, barely put forth the effort to conceal their undeniable invasion of that very privacy on the other. However, the connection between technology and the invasion of our individual privacy also provides the means for its protection.

Back in 1890, attorney Samuel D. Warren and future U.S. Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis penned an article in the Harvard Law Review titled The Right To Privacy. This article is often cited as the first implicit declaration of the right of individual U.S. citizens to privacy.

The interesting thing about this article was that it was in response to technological developments of their day, namely photography and sensationalist journalism. In modern times, we find the explosion of advancing technology to be commensurate with the frequent, and some may say even constant, invasion of our privacy.

We read of such developments as the Prism project by the NSA, whereby a recording device was reportedly installed in the computers of such technological giants as Google, Apple, Microsoft, and countless others. These devices enable the large-scale recording and analyzing of private information, including everything from cellular phone calls to emails.

Even our finances have literally become an "open book" to prying governmental eyes. Something as seemingly benign as a credit card transaction becomes easy fodder for court proceedings in bankruptcies, divorces, and tax audits.

Of course, private corporations and other non-governmental entities are not exempt from this gross violation of our rights. It's well known that credit card companies track an individual's purchases, creating a profile of spending habits. Technology has allowed corporations to violate our privacy to line the pockets of their executives.

We must remember, however, that each and every individual has the unarguable right to privacy. In fact, very clearly and explicitly stated under Article 12 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, "No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks."

Having clearly established that we have a right to privacy, we are morally free to find a way to protect that privacy. Interestingly enough, the means of protecting our privacy is found in the very methods used to violate it. A prime example of a powerful tool in the arsenal of the individual citizen in protecting their financial privacy is the Sovereign anonymous debit card.

Simply complete an online application and provide the necessary ID documents. Following your approval, you'll receive your card in the mail. Activate it, load it, and you're ready to begin protecting your economic privacy.

Truly anonymous, your Sovereign debit card will have neither your name imprinted on the card itself, nor linked in any way to the magnetic strip on the back. Since ATM transactions around the globe are anonymous, the most powerful way to use it is to simply withdraw the money and spend it as you see fit. No paper trail exists.

The fight for freedom intimately involves the defense of our individual rights to privacy. A Sovereign anonymous debit card is one of the most powerful weapons in your arsenal of tools in the service of that protection. After all, why would you want to protect your personal financial information?

Because, it's nobody's business.

Order a Sovereign Gold Card online today or contact Sovereign Gold Card Support for more information on protecting your right to privacy.

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