Communication Channels [PEACE]
gmkarl at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 16:24:39 PDT 2020
On Mon, Jul 20, 2020, 2:06 AM Stefan Claas <sac at 300baud.de> wrote:
> Karl wrote:
> > We may or may not incidentally represent major influential figures and
> > one thing our devices are hacked to control our world decisions. We need
> > help securing our devices and understanding what is true about device
> > security, and what is needed to improve it.
> > Is there a communication channel that resists censorship better than
> > and provides for possible anonymity, to talk with people who have the
> > knowledge to relate around establishing secure systems and improving
> > security?
> > Thanks,
> I would check out Bitmessage which gives you anonymity and is censor
> and can be configured for Tor usage.
> You can create also public chans (channels) for discussions, but those can
> been spammed, from people who do not like Bitmessage.
> Another option could be ZeroNet.
> my 'hidden' service gopherhole:
Note: my experience with bitmessage is of getting reliably caught in sybil
bubbles that poison my peer table to lure my client further and further in,
and then using Tor to find new peers to escape, ending up pinning my peers
to effectively manage the table by hand. If I wasn't getting any messages
on bitmessage it was always because this had happened.
Bitmessage is a great reliable communication proof of concept. When I used
it there was an email proxy for it and the service was growing. I'm
excited to consider returning to it: is anybody mirroring this list to a
bitmessage chan yet, or anything?
There is proof inside many peoples' electronics. Proof that a marketing
group would contract development of a frightening virus. A virus that
responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
people see on their devices. A virus that alters political behavior en
masse, for profit.
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