With any Internet Service Provider, you're going to need to provide personal information to get the service started. I'm not sure how it works abroad, but in the United States you need to provide a social security number. So, unless you can fake one of these to match a fake name...then you can't. As for Internet Anonymity, such a thing doesn't really exist. No matter what precautions you take, the data will be transmitted through someone's server/service. That information is going to include your IP address, which relates back to your SS#. At the end of the day, there's no anonymity unless you really know what you're doing, and even then, there's always a connection trail
To that end:
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Elements of the crime
The elements required to prove a violation of 42 U .S.C. § 408( a)(7) (B) are:
( 1 ) false representation of a Social Security Account number
( 2 ) with intent to deceive,
( 3 ) for any purpose.
An internet connection requires a SS#, and providing a fake one is illegal.
Humans are the only creatures that won't live up to the their potential. Give everything your all. When you die, die on E.
So I ask you, what do you intend to do now?