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In 10 steps, you can walk away from Big Tech

  • learn to use Big Tech on YOUR terms.
  • easily increase your online privacy by 80% or more!
  • Join a New FREE Internet – one that can’t be controlled by any corporation or government.

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The Virtual Webmaster

G’day, I’m the Virtual Webmaster and have been an IT professional for 40 years, and have spent the past 20 years as a Webmaster, SEO specialist and online entrepreneur.

I was around before the Big Tech takeover of Silicon Valley. The Internet was once an exciting place full of diverse opinions with the opportunity for healthy debate which promised to bring the world closer together.

I have watched as Big Tech has crept into almost every aspect of our digital lives dominating social media and e-commerce, as well as providing IT and internet infrastructure to corporations and governments all around the world. Instead of bringing the world closer together, Big Tech has made the internet a divisive place where there is one official narrative, and any other view is called misinformation.

More and more people are waking up and wanting to reclaim their online freedom, but the biggest obstacle for most people don’t even know where to start. The problem is not a lack of good alternatives or information on how to protect your online privacy. There is way too much information out there already and most people have no way to filter the good from the bad and determine what is suitable for their needs.

Following the wrong or incomplete advice can be more dangerous than doing nothing, especially if you are lulled into believing you are secure and private when you are not.

Another problem is that most of the Cybersecurity and Privacy advice out there is based on protecting you from this guy.

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When it’s these guys you need to be more worried about…


Perhaps one of the biggest obstacles for many is fear of the unknown. We are familiar with Big Tech and change is scary, leaving most people to stay with the devil they know.

For most people, online privacy has been just way too hard!

I knew I had to do something. I considered making my own how-to type online guides for privacy and Big Tech alternatives, but I knew that at the end of the day, in most cases I would be reinventing the wheel, and just adding to that information overload.

I understood the obstacles stopping most people but I knew that something even more important was missing. People need a simple framework and methodology to follow, or to put it in simple English; A way to know how to navigate to the right information, find alternatives best suited to their needs, and then have a process to follow to safely implement them.

I could not find anything like that so I started to create A Roadmap to Online Freedom and ran eight weeks of live training recording more than 20 hours of video on how to obtain online privacy and anonymity. The plan was to create a full training course but I realised the world cannot wait for a full training course to receive this important information.

My mission is to help as many people as possible to find better alternatives and escape the Big Tech digital prison so I have taken the best and most powerful strategies and techniques from A Road Map to Online Freedom and created 10 Steps to Walk Away from Big Tech, a complete mini-course. Each step will take you through an area where you can isolate Big Tech from the rest of your digital life.

If you are concerned about online privacy and want an internet free from censorship.

If you want to escape the digital prison currently being built around us.

Join me in taking 10 steps to walk away from Big Tech
and help keep the Internet FREE

The Mini-course is 100% Free, you don’t even need to give me your email or create an account, you can access the full cause anonymously, but you can register to be notified of the launch of the FIRST STEP. This Mini-course will also be commercial FREE, no promotions, sponsorship or affiliate links.