|Hello HN. I have a procedure I'd like to use for accessing the internet in a completely anonymous way. Please critique my method ruthlessly.|
Step 1: Travel at least two hours from my address, preferably in another state, and purchase a burner laptop with cash and not in sight of any cameras. Also purchase a large capacity SSD and USB.
Step 2: Travel at least two hours in another direction and purchase Amazon, Best Buy or Starbucks gift cards from a small third party shop.
Step 3. Take the burner laptop to a remote coffee shop and use the Wi-Fi, again in sight of no cameras. Download Whonix and use the gift cards to redeem bitcoin and a VPN, making significant attempts to ensure the chosen VPN does not log.
Step 4: Wipe the burner laptop and install the copy of Whonix. Immediately set up the VPN and set internet access to immediately fail and shut off if the VPN or Tor fails. Launder the bitcoin several times.
Step 5: Put a piece of paper over the laptop with a checklist to review every time I go to open it, to remind myself of the various compartmentalization checks.
Step 6: Create many different burner email accounts. Use a new burner email address for every website. User a novel username and password for every one.
Step 7: Only access the internet using cafe Wi-Fi and other networks not tied to myself.
Is this sufficient operational security to remain totally anonymous against every reasonable threat save for an extremely motivated nation state?