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1 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:05
Do you think you've ever done something to get yourself on a government list, and if so, what?
2 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:14
Nice try FBI
3 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:17
Checked out mein kampf from the library
4 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:21
>>1
I worked as a socialist reformer in my community and during a background check I for a new job I found out that the FBI was investigating me. Feds really don't like single payer healthcare.
5 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:26
Probably

Not telling

Either they're coming or they aren't.
6 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:29
>>1
I voted for killery.
7 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:32
>>1
Posting on progrider back in 2013. I have matured since then, but i suspect that i have gotten myself on some sort of list if not a government list.
8 Name: [email protected] 2019-02-09 20:35
>>1
I'm likely on multiple government lists.
9 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:38
>>1
I'm confirmed on a list from at least 2012, there was a FOIA filed and they released it, it had my name/address/email for some hacking I did back then. Most likely on it from when I get on a .mil system and was scared shitless, uninstalled that shit asap and haven't done much since.
10 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:41
>>9
To add to this, I've met up with Moot a few times.
11 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:51
>>1
I've used TOR
12 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:56
Everyone born legally is on some governments list.
13 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 20:58
We may never know.
14 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:02
All gays are watchlisted.
All atheists are watchlisted.
All Muslims are on terrorist watchlists.
Buddhists are watchlisted.
Every American is under investigation for something or other.
15 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:10
What are /newpol/s thoughts on internet privacy and the power of anonymity? How important do you feel it is, especially nowadays
16 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:13
>>15
internet privacy

it got destroyed by the libtards
17 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:15
>>15
If it wasn't for tor i wouldn't have any fap material, so I'm naturally biased.
18 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:19
>>17
ok kid
19 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:21
What reasonable steps can the average person do to protect their online privacy?
20 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:24
>>19
tor + vpn
use a different password for each site you sign into
disable cookies
disable java script
use tor bridges
21 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:31
>>20
also keep your accounts completely unique, don't reuse usernames, pictures, etc.
don't use Tor to log into your normal accounts
22 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:35
Tor will not protect your privacy. Sure it will stop the average creeper from seeing what you do, but if you think it will stop big business and big government then you are a damn fool
23 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:37
>>15
there is no such thing as 'internet privacy'.
the internet is a physical thing.
it has systems, cables, protocols.
any system generating data leaves traces as soon as that data is routed to/via/from other systems.
even if it's 100% strongly encrypted data, 'metadata' still contains information (about when, how, which speed was at the originator, etc).

today we call 'privacy' anything Those Big Names consider too complex/unworthy/useless to decode/intercept/inspect/copy.
being on 4ct, we're all on multiple entities databases. even when they don't have our names and addresses, we're still like "entity 792222006, alt-right, porn, depression, just switched to google and searched <how to make my wiener huuuge>, then switched back to <tfw no gf> thread"
24 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:41
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation
25 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:49
For isn't safe on most operating systems when it comes to Government. I boot TailsOS off a thumbdrive on library/ rental computers. Leaves to trace on the computer, and the thumbdrive also wipes itself unless you configure it to save encrypted data. Tails has TOR built in, but it's safer this way.
26 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:54
I would never visit this site with my phone. I don't search anything on my phone that I'd be sorry for. The internet is just a way to sell you shit.
27 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 21:58
>>19
Stay away from companies like Faceboook, Google, and Amazon.

Cookies are very useful on some sites, so I recommend setting your browser to clear them when you close it.

Prevent trackers. Use an add-on like Privacy Badger.

Be sure to use HTTPS whenever available. Using an add-on is best for this. HTTPS Everwhere is the one I use.

Block known 'evil' sites. For ones that you want to be sure never to connect to, put them in your hosts file. If you don't want to go that far installing an add-on in your browser will work just fine. I use Ublock Origin.

Make sure the sites you use aren't using your data in ways you don't want them to, To do this you will have to read their ToS and Privacy Policy. It's a pain, but is a must if you are serious about protecting yourself. If sites are using your data in ways you don't want, change all inforamtion you can BEFORE you delete the account.
28 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:10
>>24
That is the law. But that doesn't really mean anything when they are willingly consenting to handing their information over.
29 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:14
>>27
I tried to get a music recording app from App Store. The first thing it wants you to do is accept their terms of service. I read enough of it to think that they could use any of my recordings. Maybe that's not true but I wasn't up for reading all of that bullshit so I deleted the app. Now yeeho is under control of some company (I forget the name) and even though I'm not going to read all of that bullshit I agreed so that I don't lose all my shit.
The Large Print Giveth and the Small Print Taketh Away.
Don't want to wind up like Kyle in Southpark.
30 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:17
How about using orbot on android, is that secure?
31 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:19
>>30
Mobile devices can never be secure
32 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:21
>>28
Be aware of what you consent to and use shit as little intrusive as feasible, even if 100% privacy is a fantasy
33 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:25
VPNs are a meme.

They collect your data and will turn you in to the authorities.
34 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:31
The deepweb/darkweb is filled with scams demanding bitcoins.
35 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:39
nothing is more anonymous than accessing the internet from a coffee shop
36 Name: Anonymous 2019-02-09 22:43
>>31
Install linux.

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