Category Archives: digital privacy

Public service announcement: Use HTTrack to back up your website

The website “Fellowship of the Minds” apparently used WordPress software, but I don’t think it was a free site. If it had been hosted for free by Automattic (the WordPress corporation), I would understand that the WordPress corporation would have … Continue reading

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Richard Steven Hack made the so-called “Twisted Genius” look like an idiot

I have some respect for Pat Lang, who in turn has some toleration for the so-called “Twisted Genius.” However, I have never liked anything the Twisted Genius has written, and his most recent post moved me to genuine resentment. However, … Continue reading

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Wikipedia was always horrid, but now Philip Cross is forcing people to recognize the situation

By now, everyone has heard that Wikipedia is a psyop, and Philip Cross is the latest operative to be named. However, this was never much of a secret. Wikipedia has always been awful. Jimmy Wales was a horrible person when … Continue reading

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Perhaps Moxie Marlinspike cannot defend our digital privacy for us

Quote: The team behind secure messaging app Signal says Amazon has threatened to kick the app off its CloudFront web service unless Signal drops the anti-censorship practice known as domain-fronting. Google recently banned the practice, which lets developers disguise web traffic … Continue reading

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Even if you don’t conquer, strive to live long enough to see some of the oppressors thrown down

At various times in the USA’s history, the legal authorities have implemented very effective divide-and-conquer tactics that have made the common folk afraid to voice their political opinions openly. The Ku Klux Klan believed that negroes had to be suppressed, … Continue reading

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