Apart from paranoia, what's the point of super secret personal privacy?
If you want total secrecy then just keep your damn mouth shut, don't write
stupid messages, stop being abusive and destructive, and *sort yourself
out. [ Prof. Jordan B Peterson ]*
On an average day the simple acts of travel shopping working playing
probably reveal your entire life structure, if anyone cared enough to
watch. The fact is your miserable life is so bloody depressing that state
overwatch likely has an employment crises with analysts committing suicide
in droves reading the boring crap we mostly write. Or defecting to Russia.
It seems self evident that for almost all of any population group nobody
really cares much about one's secret life . lol
If you are a tad concerned that your communications are self-incriminating
then they probably are. Who knows better *the evil that lurks in the hearts
of men [* Frank Readick Jr. The Shadow ] than the State which provokes then
punishes us for protesting.
Don't worry be happy, soon everything one says could be a crime, even a
'dismissive glance' [ a micro aggression ] or a casual unauthorized gender
assessment of some 'sad' [ causing embarrassment and emotional pain ] 'it'
[ substitute pronoun for a non-binary being] could be enough to trigger a
hate crime allegation and turmoil in one's life. Canada, once a place of
mannerly people is now leading the way into the 21st century of legislated
'pc social justice crime', thanks to an infection of *Po*st *Mo*dernists in
politics and academia, and its is rife in the USA UK and Europe.
So, should we be concerned about conversational secrecy over the internet,
with all the crazies running around perhaps we just should stop chattering
and listen to identify the subversive neo marxist *PoMo* political
subliminal messaging that is going to bite us all in the ass, real soon.
This message was constructed by an alt-right word generator and I'm sorry.
On 31 May 2017 at 12:39, douglas rankine <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
see url: https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/05/30/protect_your_privat
Interesting article...you can't really prevent your ISP from looking and
holding all of your stuff, and passing it on for various reasons. A VPN
might help, but you could end up with the same problem. Use TOR? Slows up
your connection and you get put on the state security list. Is it all
worth bothering about? The genie is well and truly out of the bottle, and
just like the jungle, you are the mercy of all sorts of predators...even
when you know what you are doing...Krebs on VPN's might be worth looking
at...one might learn a bit, if nuffink else.