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Old 1 Week Ago #1
Dan Hadaway
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Default Gab/dissenter appears to be nothing but a fed honeypot

https://www.brighteon.com/c88371d2-3...f-9b80ab2dd0fb

Watch the video from about 15:00. It explains how dissenter extension basically forwards all your URL history to Turbo, and likely the feds too. I'm sure many here are aware of this, but some may not be.


It also occurred to me, that by simply visiting gab, and happening upon a "loli" you could be indicted for child porn. The guy goes into detail in another one of his videos how gab got shut down over child porn, not over the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, which was claimed by Turbo.

Maybe someone more technically proficient than I could explain better, but it's a good idea to clear your browsers' cache often and use SSDs, as they don't retain data the way mechanical hard drives do. I mean, use a mechanical external hard drive to put data you want to keep, and an SSD for you OS's drive. Although, nothing is 100% fool proof.

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Thanks, Dan. Makes you wonder if Alex isn't in on it himself. Torba looks jewish and talking about baby jesus to the Alex crowd would enforce that view.

I've been using Brave or Palemoon but I'm not sure about Pale. And Startpage as well seems to be suspect.
 
Old 1 Week Ago #3
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I use Icecat and Ungoogled Chromium. Palemoon has gotten better over the years, I made a post in the computer section with a link to a page where it ranks browsers by privacy. Of course, your ISP knows all your URLs and everything you type anyway.

What I think really needs to be done to undermine the Silicon Valley Jews, would be to implement a pay per click model of accessing the web. Although, it would be virtually impossible to implement without a huge demand, since ISP's, Google, Farcebook, etc, would not want to give up their hardware and their positions as internet bully's.

But, the idea is that instead of paying your ISP x dollars a month, you would pay the webmaster, in this case Alex Linder, x cents a click. This would effectively kill any ad revenue based models, IE: Google's cash cow, since the money to pay for hardware and software costs would come from users, not from Google ad scheme. Although, had this been done from the beginning, people like Maddox would be the Mark Suckerberg of the internet.
 
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This is interesting.
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While Lin awaits his ultimate fate (he appeared in U.S. District Court in Boston Friday), the allegation he used anonymization tools to hide himself online but still managed to get caught raises a number of questions. An affidavit submitted by Special Agent Jeffrey Williams in support of the criminal complaint against Lin provides most of the answers.
https://torrentfreak.com/purevpn-log...talker-171009/

Thank the Gods for Edward Snowden
https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/under...-eyes-concept/
 
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