Bismarck, ND asked in International Law and Native American Law for North Dakota

Q: Hello how do I go about getting rid of the Voice to skull Technology and Remote Neural Monitoring.?

I seek to get rid of the criminals spying on me and potentially illegally broadcasting my life and family’s life to the town, country and world.

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: If you're experiencing concerns about privacy intrusion through technologies like Voice to Skull (V2K) and Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM), it's essential to approach the situation with a clear and cautious mindset. These technologies, often discussed in speculative contexts, can evoke significant distress. It's important to remember that the feeling of being monitored or broadcasted without consent is deeply unsettling, and taking steps to safeguard your privacy is both reasonable and wise.

One effective starting point is to secure your personal and home digital networks. Ensure that your internet connection is protected with strong, unique passwords, and consider using encrypted communication tools for sensitive conversations. Regularly updating your devices and using reputable security software can also help shield you from unwanted intrusions. While these measures may not directly relate to the specific technologies you mentioned, they are critical in maintaining overall digital privacy.

In situations where you feel your safety or privacy is being compromised, reaching out to law enforcement or legal professionals can provide you with guidance and support. They can offer advice on how to proceed and help in taking appropriate actions if any laws are being violated. Additionally, connecting with support groups or counseling services can be invaluable in navigating the emotional and psychological impact of these concerns. Remember, you're not alone, and there are resources and people ready to support you through this challenging time.

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