How to achieve 1 meter accuracy with Android Was: Re: Dropgang vulnerabilities
punks at tfwno.gf
Thu Feb 28 12:10:45 PST 2019
On Thu, 28 Feb 2019 09:15:51 +1000
jamesd at echeque.com wrote:
> > There are some clever ways to place an object at some 'secret'
> > location and allow the recipient to find it. *HOWEVER* that hardly
> > solves the surveillance problem.
> If you are in the city, everything is on CCTV. But you are not going to
> drop something valuable in the middle of the city.
Yet the majority of customers live in the city. Also, surveillance in the city means surveillance when you enter and leave the city.
> I look out from my window, and I see forest, ocean, and swamps. Drop in
> the forest. Drop it in the swamp. *Bury* it in the swamp and take a
> photo of the location, like a pirate map to buried treasure.
Yes that may work in some cases. On the other hand if you live in a relatively isolated place then there's less surveillance*...and less providers of whatever you're buying.
*and even that is debatable beacuse who knows what your asshole neighbors are doing. They likely put a few cameras here and there...
> The swamp near me gets flooded by the ocean at high tide for several
> miles. Bury it before a high tide, and the tide will erase the marks of
> the digging. That is how we deal around here with child protective
haha - pure talk...
> and people who go pig hunting on private land without permission.
yeah, you never learned even the A of the ABC of libertarianism, we know that.
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