FK – Were these nerds thinking they might get laid?
It’s time for legislation that bans these corporations from restricting free speech. They are corporations not human beings and have no right to treat any human like a jackass.
FK – I guess we’ll just have to read it to see what’s in it. goolag and others will find a way to mainstream the net regardless and push all dissension to the ‘dark net’ where the average sheeple will fear to tread if it even knows it exists.
Many places only have one available ISP.
FK – If you have a Google + account or an Android device check the crap they’ve saved about you.
FK – The average dumbass is clueless about what’s going on around them and does nothing but graze, breed and die. It’s up to that tiny minority as always. That’s why we preserve and increase human Liberty, for the tiny minority in each generation that actually cares about it and will use it to advance humanity and civilization instead of sitting on their asses waiting for the world to end like mindless morons.
From the maelstrom:
FK – Oh I’d have to have one of those shirts. With all these young guns in the alt. media covering this maybe there’s a chance of getting the word out to the kids who’ll have to exist in the NWO, and fight it.
Their goal needs to be this: a real global Bill of Rights that forces all govt.s to acknowledge our most basic right: the ability, tools, mindset, training, education, to fight back against any and all who would enslave humanity or enslave humanity further. It’s ‘further’ for all of us actually. We have a long way to go.
FK – Vid could use some background on this guy.
Nothing wrong with getting rich, unless it’s done dishonestly or you’re fucking over people for profit. Then that needs to be addressed. If Wall Street is trying to run our govt. or our world that needs to be addressed as well. Maybe we need a granite gallows in front of the stock exchange and a New York militia force to make sure it doesn’t fall into disuse.
FK – And a report from a homeboy:
FK – Someone needs to ask what the gun laws are over there and how ‘security’ would be conducted for these rich elites here in the states in such an area. I have no problem with them having some ‘security’ but their meeting(s), seminars, whatever, if about the things many say they are, need to be open to the public, recorded and posted on YouTube unedited.
It’s way past time to demand accountability of these creatures.
FK – I heard snippets of this yesterday on national propaganda radio. I blame them. All who voted for that enormous law without reading it should be arrested for treason, tried for treason and executed for treason. I knew at the time it was a sham and act of war against the REAL American people, not some raghead hiding in a cave on the other side of the world. It’s time to stop playing games. There’s no excuse for most of the crap they do. How much longer? Act politically but prep for what history shows will have to be done. It’s way past time to prep for what will be required.
Outside of the tech press, Winter notes, a lot of the media coverage on the Silk Road has been “drugs and guns and hitmen—just wildly off-base.” Off-base, he says, because when he started interviewing the people who knew Silk Road he didn’t see an outfit that was all that different from those littering Silicon Valley. “I started to meet all these core architects within the Silk Road: vendors, engineers, sellers, administrators, people who were helping with scaling,” he says. “It’s obvious in retrospect but it was just like any large tech company. But it was just not represented that way in the media, so even I was caught off-guard.”
FK – It’s all about keeping the skeer on while pretending to do something about a phenomena they really can’t and maybe don’t want to control…
An unidentified “senior law enforcement official” tells the New York Times that, while the FBI had been aware of Garland, Texas jihadist attacker Elton Simpson for nearly a decade, they did not follow his violent, pro-jihad tweets as closely as they could have because “there are so many like him” that the agency is overwhelmed.
In a report highlighting the long paper trail Simpson left behind of supporting and engaging with jihadists online, particualrly on Twitter, the Times notes that the sheer barrage of information can make it difficult for law enforcement to identify legitimate and imminent threats out of a sea of wishful jihadist thinkers.
Simpson and his roommate, Nadir Soofi, attacked a “Draw Muhammad” art contest in Garland, Texas on Sunday armed with assault rifles. They were almost immediately neutralized by a traffic officer working at the Culwell Center in Garland, and managed only to shoot one officer in the leg before their demise.
The New York Times notes that, while the center was heavily monitored due to a barrage of terrorist threats online, Simpson himself had only been cursorily monitored. He nonetheless was extremely active on Twitter: “Mr. Simpson, a convert to Islam with a long history of extremism, regularly traded calls for violence on Twitter with Islamic State fighters and supporters, as well as avowed enemies of Pamela Geller, the organizer of the cartoon contest.”
FK – As I often write, we outnumber them… since they’ve been distracted by the ‘war on terror’ when they should be hunting our domestic blood enemies who work tirelessly to destroy the Bill of Rights. But then this is all a big mush. The elites control the system and encourage the ragheads for their own ends. So who are our real enemies?
Facebook has spent years earning a notorious reputation for sacrificing users’ privacy for increased advertising revenue. Now the social networking giant may be in serious legal trouble with the European Union for violating EU laws about tracking Internet users without their consent.
A report issued by ICRI/CIR and iMinds-SMIT for the Belgian Privacy Commission claims that Facebook is tracking Internet users — even those who are not logged into a Facebook account — and capturing their browsing habits across the web. In many cases, the tracking involves users who do not even have a Facebook account.
The method by which Facebook tracks users is the ubiquitous “Like” button found on most websites. Sites that have the button must allow certain computer scripts to run. These scripts allow Facebook to see what websites users visit even if the users do not click the button. Facebook then uses that information to allow advertisers to direct their ads to targeted users. The practice is controversial in the United States and illegal in the European Union. The issue at stake is that if users agree to have their browsing habits tracked across the Web, it is a valuable service; if they do not, it is an invasion of their privacy. The “Like” button simply appearing on a website does not amount to a user’s consent.
To make matters worse, Facebook also ignores “Do Not Track” requests from users who activate that setting in browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. In doing so, Facebook joins ranks with Google and Yahoo as well as a slew of disreputable sites.
FK – I got back on Fake Book after being blocked a couple years back so I can interact with like-minded people and piss off “Liberal”(commie) trash. It’s not like ‘the authorities’ don’t know who I am. FB apparently hasn’t yet figured out it’s me. They wanted my cell no. to ‘verify’ my account and that I wasn’t a ‘spammer'(for using my standard rants to tell idiots and “Liberal”(commie) trash what I’m tired of having to repeat after all these years) at the time and I refused to give it to them. Didn’t have to this time. Don’t know if it’s a policy change or if I just slipped through the cracks.
We’ll see how long it takes the trash to boot me off this time.
I use Ghostery to block a lot of things.
FK – Is Google gonna cut my firewood for me, or tell me I can’t burn it anymore?
A cyberespionage group with a toolset similar to ones used by U.S. intelligence agencies has infiltrated key institutions in countries including Iran and Russia, utilizing a startlingly advanced form of malware that is impossible to remove once it’s infected your PC.
Kaspersky Lab released a report Monday that said the tools were created by the “Equation” group, which it stopped short of linking to the U.S. National Security Agency.
The tools, exploits and malware used by the group—named after its penchant for encryption—have strong similarities with NSA techniques described in top-secret documents leaked in 2013.
Countries hit the most by Equation include Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and China. Targets in those countries included the military, telecommunications, embassies, government, research institutions and Islamic scholars, Kaspersky said.
FK – Will they be hacking our toothbrushes next?
FK – Or something else?
FK – That thing’s head is just about the right width for a double barrel twelve gauge at 5 feet or so…