As there were no exit or entry stamps from Ghana or the UK on his passport to show he had attended the ceremony, his marriage was considered by the Home Office to have ‘taken place by proxy’.
It's just plain creepy to think that somewhere in a bunch of digital data warehouses there are files containing our search habits, buying preferences, socio-economic status, etc.
While the court documents do not go into detail about his background, inquiries by the Daily Mail in Ghana found a man with Mr Awuku’s name and date of birth was born the son of a marine fitter in Tema, a port about 15 miles from the capital Accra.
Neighbours of the humble property in a bustling suburb of the city did not remember him and his family.
It's gotten to the point where Amazon knows what I want to buy before I even start searching for it. I'm going to give you a few tips that you can use to keep a low profile while on the net.
Please note that even after using all these methods you can still be found by digital forensic CSI-type folks, so don't do anything illegal because, as the internet sensation Antoine Dodson once said, "We gon' find you".