And as always, if they do pay you a visit: -Provide your name -Ask for a business card or phone number -Politely say you do not wish to speak without a lawyer present -Remember that anything else you say besides that will only make things worse (it's literally the law) -Remember that feds are legally allowed to lie to you and are trained to
Kami's 5 step guide to protecting your identity at irl events.
1. Wear a mask -Full face and head covering is best. Something like a ski mask or balaclava with sunglasses or goggles.
2. Use a fake name -This applies to both signups/registration for tickets, etc. And also to any interactions you have with people that you meet. Furthermore, don't disclose any other personal information either, such as; your place of work, whether you live close by or are from out of town, etc.
3. If you're driving, park away from the event and walk the rest of the way. -This will stop anyone from catching your licence plate. Make sure you aren't being followed back to your car.
4. Don't pay for things with your card. -Your credit/debit card is tied to your name. So don't use it to pay for tickets, food at the event, etc. Instead use cash, monero or a visa gift card purchased with cash.
5. Don't trust events that prohibit you from following these rules.