I have a crazy theory that might just be true... We read about government spying in on us (lies) and hackers steeling the identity of our unborn children through social media, and every day a story of a new security flaw in some popular software allows people in the middle east to find us and destroy us. If you read and believe this like the Daily Mail does, then you can expect to be cloned, have your ID stolen and die of some horrible disease in about... 15 minutes time. Twice. But I have a fix for all this hacking and security. Want to send some information to someone, and it's kind of important? Send it as a hand written, paper letter. Hear me out... If you hand write someone using a gel pen or pencil so you don't have to press hard, on a single sheet of paper on a hard surface, you won't leave a trace or copy of the text you're writing. Think about it, every time you type, a key logger could copy the text. Word processors store everything you do and delete so you can undo mistakes. This data is stored with your letter or messages every single time. Writing by hand ensures only one, non-recoverable copy is made. Now for sending it... This relies on putting the letter in a box that someone you don't know will go into, take said letter, give it to someone else who puts it into a machine that gives it to another person... You get the idea. But at no point is this information (other than address) easily available. I admit someone could open the letter and read it, but in this day and age, who's really using letter (like bills and bank statements) to get your details when the same effort for getting one could net 1,000 on-line? Alternatively you could actually give the paper letter to the person in question to avoid the above flaw. I would like to declare that this is not a serious belief of mine, just something I made up over a tea in work one day. I was bored. As I am now, hence I'm sharing this with Bit-Tech. I'm here till 3. Thank you.