If you'd like to make an attempt to completely remove yourself from the internet, we've got a few tips and tricks that could help you along the way.
To go the full off-the-grid route, "it's cash, barters," Bradley Shear, a lawyer specializing in social media told The Washington Post. "Do not use any electronic device that can lead back to your whereabouts." Which leads us to the first item to consider.
The first thing you want to do is the hardest for some, but its the most obvious. You need to quit appearing online. Stop posting on Facebook or Twitter and no longer use search engines. All of those will track your location and Internet usage leaving behind your digital footprint. Of course, just not using the internet isn't quite enough if you'd like yourself completely gone in full-off-the-grid fashion.