JJ Luna's personal privacy blog. In 1959 he moved to Spain's Canary Islands to begin a then-illegal educational work that included secret meetings in remote mountain forests. Although pursued by General Franco's Secret Police, he maintained his privacy via a false identity and was never caught. When the Spanish dictator moderated Spain’s harsh laws in 1970, Luna was free to come in from the cold. However, he remains in the shadows to this day. He is currently an international privacy consultant.
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Privacy consultations in either Las Vegas or Boston
If interest warrants it, I will travel to either city on June 15th and remain there for a week. If you wish to meet me, I will allow a $1.000 credit against my normal fee. This will be to pay for your first class air ticket, taxis, meals, and hotel.