Something I know about! Here is what you do if you want to digitally disappear, young palawan!Delete all social media.That includes Reddit, Tinder, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and even Quora.If it's someplace you're suppose to post information, delete it. Delete every single post by hand if need be since several services don’t really allow you to mass delete everything. It'll probably be cached somewhere but oh well, you can't really fix that.The goal is to no longer have a digital footprint (especially in terms of social media) so that means you can’t be posting about your new job promotion or new apartment complex.Buy a computer in cash, from someone and make sure not to use your personal phone/internet to set up the meeting.I personally suggest buying a computer in cash from a pawn shop with no cameras. Worst case wear a cap, reading glasses, two t shirts, a hoodie and a jacket. They way they can't identify body size or true facial features.Do this because if you’re doing something (like whistleblowing or something which is in the grey area of legality) they may come looking for you. If you follow the rest you’re going to be able to have a decent shot at them not even going to place you bought a computer, BUT in this case its better to be safe than sorry.Purchase a VPN, use TOR and only access WiFi through public connections without cameras.TOR and VPN, together, it might be slower but you're reducing your digital footprint. Only access places with wifi and no cameras (think coffee shops).That way your personal ISP (internet service provider) never has the MAC Address or even any data on your VPN, browsing or computer.Always switch places, never visit the same place twice in 6 months, and never have a true pattern. That way if someone is trying to find you, they can't.While you're at it only use prepaid phones for communication, bought in cash, registered under a different name (don't do this, but just saying).Buy everything in BitCoin. Use cash to buy prepaid debit cards to buy Bitcoin.This is where people mess up. They use their own personal bank to buy bitcoin. It makes sense because its easier and there is a very small chance they’ll ever connect it. But now a days even the IRS is coming after bitcoin (Coinbase).Even still, make sure to scramble your BitCoin through several wallets and BitCoin casinos so it makes it even harder to track. Every single small thing like this, can make it exponentially difficult for someone to track your digital and financial footprint.Doing all of the above should make you one of the hardest people to catch, as well as keep your “true” and “personal” footprint to an absolute minimum.If you do this, than your digital browsing is going to be hidden. If you love reddit and quora just oh soo too much, make accounts using one time emails, and never post personal information.