What do you think happened here?

Ryan Carboni 33389 at protonmail.com
Sun Mar 24 13:03:06 PDT 2019


>Somewhere towards the end of the call, I asked them if it was okay to keep the emails. Why not at least ask, right?

>Funny enough, in the middle of that question, my internet died and interrupted the call for the first time in the six months I lived in that house. Odd. It came back ten minutes later, and I dialed back into the conference line, but the mood of the call pretty much 180’d. They told me:

>1. All files were to be deleted.

>2. Seattle would hire [Kroll](https://www.kroll.com/en-us/default.aspx) to scan my hard drives to prove deletion

>3. Agreeing to #1 and #2 would give me full legal indemnification.

>This isn't something I'm even remotely cool with, so we ended the call a couple minutes later, and agreed to have our lawyers speak going forward.

Sudden DDOS attack after attempt to stall for time?
I tried writing an email about this before, but my Linux machine suddenly froze.
Tempting to claim that naive implementations of IP stacks should be used for home users and authentication servers (with the rest using standard implementations). Journalists certainly should use a VPN, NAT isn’t a firewall, but it is pretty close.

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