Anarcho-Libero-Constitutionalist-Transcendentalist

READS: Bill of Rights (US) – Anarchist’s Cookbook – Preface to Transgression

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  • Airlines targeting people in Trump gear
    by /u/overtrick1978 on January 21, 2021 at 1:30 pm

    I get the whole “private companies can do whatever they want” argument, and I don’t agree with it. But what about companies that are federally regulated, or that only exist because of federal subsidies and bailouts? Case in point, my girlfriend is a flight attendant for a major airline. She has literally told me I cannot wear Trump gear when flying on her companion pass because many FAs (who are overwhelmingly liberal) are profiling us and can and will remove someone from a flight based only on the presumption that they are trying to provoke a reaction. So far, I haven’t seen any instances of this happening, but would it even be legal? Or would it just be a PR problem? submitted by /u/overtrick1978 [link] [comments]

  • Facial Recognition, Social Media Scouring Used to Vet National Guard
    by /u/bobbyw24 on January 21, 2021 at 1:29 pm

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  • Any way to unlock a Xiaomi phone bootloader without using mi unlock?
    by /u/thesearchforierch on January 21, 2021 at 1:27 pm

    Basically a "unconventional" way that involves ADB tools or something of that sort. A universal bootloader unlocker or even better, Install a custom rom right away wihich I doubt is possible. If their is a risk of bricking the phone it doesn't matter, I just want to know if it is possible and has been accomplished by someone. submitted by /u/thesearchforierch [link] [comments]

  • Feds Say They Arrested Proud Boys Organizer Who Was Recorded Saying ‘This Is Awesome!’ as Rioters Breached Capitol
    by /u/Facerealityalready on January 21, 2021 at 1:25 pm

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  • First Trump, now You!
    by /u/Serberuhs on January 21, 2021 at 1:09 pm

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  • How does reddit knows your goolge account?
    by /u/icf80 on January 21, 2021 at 12:59 pm

    If you are logged with your google account, and then go to reddit.com website, you will notice in the top right corner a message about your google account! This is very bad, reddit knows everything about you your name and google email. This means every site can do this and will get everything about you. I use firefox. https://imgur.com/9KcbpH6 submitted by /u/icf80 [link] [comments]

  • Your thoughts about Gab
    by /u/YioUio on January 21, 2021 at 12:55 pm

    What you think about Gab .com from privacy view point? According to their source code it's based on Mastodon but with some improvements. submitted by /u/YioUio [link] [comments]

  • People are now being placed on a blacklist that prevents you from purchasing firearms and gaining a conceal carry license without due process. This effectively blocking their Second Amendment Rights. [Laura Loomer blog post, excerpt in the comments.]
    by /u/davidverner on January 21, 2021 at 12:53 pm

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  • Businesses that rely on social media
    by /u/The_long_burn on January 21, 2021 at 12:51 pm

    I have spent the last year or so doing everything I can to tighten my online security and privacy. Obviously social media is the devil and the standard advice is to just not use it , but unfortunately that’s not an option for me. My business relies heavily upon having a social media presence and getting rid of it would do more harm than good. So my question is: what is the best privacy strategy for those who rely on social media to make a living? submitted by /u/The_long_burn [link] [comments]

  • We're not going back to business as usual
    by /u/BurstYourBubbles on January 21, 2021 at 12:40 pm

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  • Angry at Big Tech? Wait! The Other Shoe has not Dropped! (Worse Things Coming)
    by /u/chovybizzasser on January 21, 2021 at 12:33 pm

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  • Question about Twitter censorship...
    by /u/anonymousrandompleb on January 21, 2021 at 12:19 pm

    Sooooo...I have some questions. I was perma-banned from twitter a year or two ago for breaking their TOS (not spamming) (one was in response to one of Trump's posts where I suggested that suicide is an option for the betterment of society-I made sure to word it in a way that it could not be interpreted as a threat, and worded it so it wouldn't directly tell him to kill himself-I presented it as more of an option than as a direct command to kill himself, but that was apparently STILL against their TOS despite the fact that he was allowed to make direct threats of nuclear war against other nations simply because it was "newsworthy". Then when the ban was over I was almost immediately banned again for a similar post from months before the one that initially got me banned. Then when that ban was over, a couple months later, I got in an argument with this chick defending ANTIFA and I called her a terrorist sympathizer and a bitch and got permabanned for "hate speech". There may have been one or two other temp bans before that, but I am not sure). Well, I wasn't personally banned, since I never use my legal name online, and it was my band account (as in musician, not a missspelling of "banned"-I didn't have a personal account, but I used the account for both promoting my music as well as speaking my mind). If I started a new band and created social media pages for it across platforms (or even set up a personal account) would they be able to consider that ban-evasion and shut that account down since it would not be an account for the same band? Anyone familiar with the way the Twitter censors operate? If it is ban evasion, if they caught on and tried to ban me again could I just say it was an employee hired to run my social media acting unprofessionally with the older account to bullshit my way out of another ban? Normally, I would just create a new account, but apparently twitter has ways of telling that you are the same user that they wont release. I am familiar with VPN's and such, but I have read about people still getting hit with ban evasion bans even with VPN's. Any insight would be awesome. submitted by /u/anonymousrandompleb [link] [comments]

  • Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it.
    by /u/Noneya_bizniz on January 21, 2021 at 12:17 pm

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  • I'm glad the Inauguration was peaceful
    by /u/endthematrix on January 21, 2021 at 12:01 pm

    I think it's pretty obvious that they wanted to provoke another incident like what happened on the sixth. I don't support trump but I"m glad his supporters were smart and didn't take the bait. We don't need more chaos. submitted by /u/endthematrix [link] [comments]

  • Sen. Josh Hawley Isn't a Censorship Victim, He's a Free Speech Menace
    by /u/FullmetalGameMaster on January 21, 2021 at 11:18 am

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  • Google discloses flaws in multiple video chat apps—Signal and others
    by /u/idontakeacid on January 21, 2021 at 11:10 am

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  • What to do beyond removing extension with malware?
    by /u/DarkestTriad on January 21, 2021 at 10:50 am

    I recently was notified in my Chromium browser that an extension, One-Click Reverse Image Search, contains malware. The creator is possibly China based. The extension can still be downloaded in Microsoft's store and from their site: https://www.reverseimagesearch.com/ What are precautions should I take after removing the extension? Should I change passwords or reinstall my browser? submitted by /u/DarkestTriad [link] [comments]

  • What would prompt a 517 publication ban on a court case?
    by /u/Beautiful_Support_49 on January 21, 2021 at 10:35 am

    There was a crime committed in my community and I’ve been trying to dig into it after there had been little info from the media and police regarding it. I found the case come up for a bail hearing in the daily court lists. When I search the file number on the court website however it comes up as a publication ban and the name and charges are not listed (although they are still on the daily case list). I was just curious what would prompt this? submitted by /u/Beautiful_Support_49 [link] [comments]

  • My computer probably has been hacked but I have no idea how
    by /u/Puzzleheaded_Spot403 on January 21, 2021 at 10:12 am

    Okay so this post was blocked cuz of mention of the big social media boy, but it's not really about it and it's just one face of the problem so I will censor it and hope it flies: Okay, so weird shit happened to me. Just this morning I accidentally discovered that I've been liking things on f b that I didn't liked, commented on comments of "anonymous users" and made my own comments, but it wasn't me. When I'm in the f-b log nothing happens after I click at those notifications about it, like I cannot open it. More than that, I've been spoted "active" on insta while I really wasn't and what's weird is that my passwords are very secure and I am supposed to get a notification every time those accounts are used from the new device. While searching for a cause I've discovered that my browser history is missing like 20 days, from today to the end of december. I have no idea what is going on, I did not downloaded anything, used only legit sites and I have two plugins(one from malwerebytes) on the browser for protection that I use and never had any malwere problems. Only thing I can think of is that yesterday there was this asssiment in my uni where we were supposed to create our own website and the guy who runs the class said we should do it in some weird hosting service and that it's "legit and secure".... I scanned my device with both malwerebytes and hitmanpro and they found nothing. Any ideas what is going on? I'm freaking out. submitted by /u/Puzzleheaded_Spot403 [link] [comments]

  • You can harden your windows and make it privacy friendly. But the android phone is still a privacy nightmare.
    by /u/Gromchy on January 21, 2021 at 10:00 am

    I have hardened my Windows from both Microsoft and Google. Removed as many telemetry, tracking and non privacy friendly settings as I could. But in a day and age when we spend more time on the phone than the computer, what's the point if I can't de Google my phone without rooting it (therefore risking bricking it voiding the phone guarantee)? submitted by /u/Gromchy [link] [comments]

  • My reddit account got permanently banned for stating ....
    by /u/Too-critical-ffs on January 21, 2021 at 9:50 am

    that Mr Levine is a man. I was accused of inciting violence, which I wasn’t. I’m a pacifist. What do think about that, r/FreeSpeech ? Is this normal ? If yes, what kind of stuff got you banned in past? submitted by /u/Too-critical-ffs [link] [comments]

  • “I HATE FREE SPEECH” “please un ban me, Facebook. I’m a ally! I swear!!!” 😂😂😂😂
    by /u/jacksawyer75 on January 21, 2021 at 9:49 am

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  • Should Tracking with AAID on Android be a privacy concern?
    by /u/pse7iwv on January 21, 2021 at 9:31 am

    AAID = Android Advertiser ID I am using MicroG roms and I see no way to "Opt-out" or Reset my Advertising ID. And I'm concern that apps are tracking using the ID. Should that be a concern? If yes, how to prevent it? submitted by /u/pse7iwv [link] [comments]

  • West Virginia Family Court Judge breaks into federal officer's home without a search warrant and holds an impromptu court hearing inside the house and confiscates and awards items in the house to ex-spouse.
    by /u/StoneColdCrazzzy on January 21, 2021 at 9:27 am

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  • Dostoyevski Against Positivism: Oh, tell me, who was it first announced, who was it first proclaimed, that man only does nasty things because he does not know his own interests... Man is stupid, you know, phenomenally stupid...
    by /u/publius-varus on January 21, 2021 at 9:24 am

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  • Do Microsoft 365 has a better privacy policy ?
    by /u/ImNVTZ on January 21, 2021 at 9:20 am

    I use a Microsoft 365 Business Basic license for my personal emails and cloud storage (Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business / Sharepoint). Microsoft 365 for Business plans I'm concerned about Microsoft's privacy policy for paid customers / companies and I couldn't find a proper answer to this. What are your thoughts ? submitted by /u/ImNVTZ [link] [comments]

  • Family of Scottsdale man killed by police brings case against officers, city to Supreme Court
    by /u/arbivark on January 21, 2021 at 8:21 am

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  • On the Value of People and Animals - Christine Korsgaard
    by /u/as-well on January 21, 2021 at 8:21 am

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  • Cloudflare WARP
    by /u/shooter0643 on January 21, 2021 at 7:59 am

    Cloudflare WARP really does your internet private. So the ISP can't see what you are doing?? Please answer thanks submitted by /u/shooter0643 [link] [comments]

  • Dirty Hands: A cheating scandal in the world of professional bridge.
    by /u/taulover on January 21, 2021 at 7:58 am

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  • Nation Relieved As Brash, Loudmouthed Tyrant Replaced With More Polite, Civil Tyrant
    by /u/Anenome5 on January 21, 2021 at 7:34 am

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  • Indifference is a power : As legions of warriors and prisoners can attest, Stoicism is not grim resolve but a way to wrest happiness from adversity
    by /u/OmarShareef90 on January 21, 2021 at 7:16 am

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  • Freedom of Speech Slipping Away
    by /u/saigeco on January 21, 2021 at 6:35 am

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  • Amazon sues EU antitrust regulators for letting Italian case go ahead
    by /u/Fuzier on January 21, 2021 at 6:25 am

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  • Executive orders are a cancer on our democracy
    by /u/freeflyr on January 21, 2021 at 5:56 am

    Democrats are cheering about Biden signing 16 executive orders and repealing a bunch of the ones Trump signed. Republicans are screaming mad about the same thing. Meanwhile, the founders of our country are rolling over in their graves seeing all of the power that is intended for congress being delegated to the executive. Our legislators would rather give away their responsibility so they can spend their time campaigning and fundraising instead of lawmaking. Both parties are, as normal, missing the forest for a leaf. submitted by /u/freeflyr [link] [comments]

  • ‘Tiger King’ Takes Fight for Freedom to 10th Circuit
    by /u/Trill-I-Am on January 21, 2021 at 5:39 am

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  • U.S. Supreme Court receives bomb threat, not evacuated
    by /u/arbivark on January 21, 2021 at 5:35 am

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  • New Jersey Bill Would Allow Raw Milk Sales, Reject Federal Prohibition Scheme(its idiotic that the fedral government bans interstate commerce on raw milk in the first place)
    by /u/InternationalSilver1 on January 21, 2021 at 5:07 am

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  • Feds: Evidence shows well-laid plan by some Capitol insurrectionists
    by Keith Preston on January 21, 2021 at 4:30 am

    By KYLE CHENEY and JOSH GERSTEIN, Politico Federal investigators have begun piecing together evidence that some of the insurrectionists who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 were executing well-laid plans, deploying communications systems and issuing marching orders to rioters as they battled police. A new affidavit filed Tuesday by the FBI described preparations by the right-wing Proud Boys to storm the Capitol, including using earpieces and walkie-talkies to direct movements throughout the building and a discussion about wearing black to dupe people into blaming antifa for any trouble. A separate criminal filing released Wednesday afternoon More…

  • How Much Did “The Culture of Narcissism” Get Right?
    by Keith Preston on January 21, 2021 at 4:28 am

    By Matt Taibbi It is symptomatic of the underlying tenor of American life that vulgar terms for sexual intercourse also convey the sense of getting the better of someone, working him over, taking him in, imposing your will through guile, deception, or superior force. — Christopher Lasch, The Culture of Narcissism Back in 1979, social critic Christopher Lasch wasn’t buying the idea that Americans in the sex-drugs-and-disco era were actually having fun. “This hedonism is a fraud,” he wrote. “The pursuit of pleasure disguises a struggle for power. Americans have not really become more sociable More…

  • The Birth of a New American Mythology
    by Keith Preston on January 21, 2021 at 4:21 am

    The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 14 We are witnessing the birth of a new national mythology in America, and it is not good news. Imperfect as it was, the old one was better, warts and all, and it needs to be fought for. This new mythology turns the story of America on its head, positioning it not as having been born in the pursuit of freedom and liberty in 1776 but in slavery and evil in 1619. It has mainstreamed itself since the 1960s but especially over the last five years as More…

  • Mississippi Legislator Introduces Measure to Remove Sales Taxes on Sound Money
    by Keith Preston on January 21, 2021 at 4:18 am

    By J. P. Cortez Introduced by Representative Zuber (R-Jackson), House Bill 375 removes sales and use tax against gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bullion and currency in Mississippi. Under current law, Mississippi citizens are discouraged from insuring their savings against the devaluation of the dollar because they are penalized with taxation for doing so. Passage of this measure would remove disincentives to holding gold and silver for this purpose. HB 375 is important for a few reasons: Levying sales taxes on precious metals is inappropriate. Sales taxes are typically levied on final consumer goods. Computers, More…

  • This bill gave me a chuckle, state holds online companies only if they have federal immunity.
    by /u/AbsurdPiccard on January 21, 2021 at 4:10 am

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  • DISCUSS: Inauguration Day
    by No Author on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    Joe Biden’s big day is finally here. He’s had work hard for it, sucking a lot of fingers, burbling a lot of nonsense, berating a lot of factory workers, fixing thousands of votes, but he’s finally going to be President. This particular inauguration is going to look a lot different from all the others – the twin bogus narratives of coronavirus and the “attempted coup” on January 6th have forced, FORCED, capitol city to into an almost Martial Law-like standing. Joe Biden’s inauguration will look a lot less like this… And a lot more like this… A heavy troop presence as your leader is sworn in … Continue reading → The post DISCUSS: Inauguration Day appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • The New Domestic War on Terror Is Coming
    by No Author on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    The last two weeks have ushered in a wave of new domestic police powers and rhetoric in the name of fighting “terrorism” that are carbon copies of many of the worst excesses of the first War on Terror that began nearly twenty years ago. This trend shows no sign of receding as we move farther from the January 6 Capitol riot. The opposite is true: it is intensifying. We have witnessed an orgy of censorship from Silicon Valley monopolies with calls for far more aggressive speech policing, a visibly militarized Washington, D.C. featuring a non-ironically named “Green Zone,” vows from the incoming … Continue reading → The post The New Domestic War on Terror Is Coming appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • What Biden/Harris Will Do
    by Jeff Deist on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    Paraphrasing the late Murray Rothbard, the “two party” system in America during the twentieth century worked something like this: Democrats engineered the Great Leaps Forward, and Republicans consolidated the gains. Wilson, Roosevelt, and Johnson were the transformative presidents; Eisenhower, Nixon, and Reagan offered only rhetoric and weak tea compromises. In politics, being for something always beats being against something, and Republicans were never much against expanding federal power provided they had a place at the trough. George W. Bush challenged this dynamic in the early twenty-first century. Despite his own intellectual incuriosity, he used the terrorist events of 9-11 to advance a particularly noxious “conservative” … Continue reading → The post What Biden/Harris Will Do appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Fauci Now Says Covid-19 Vaccine May Become Mandatory
    by Joseph Mercola on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    Will the COVID-19 vaccine become mandatory? That’s a question many are asking these days and, by the looks of it, the answer may well be yes — although as I’ll explain later, I suspect the harms of the vaccine will become so apparent that it’ll kill such efforts before they become widespread. In a January 1, 2021, Newsweek interview,1 Dr. Anthony Fauci said he was “sure” some institutions and businesses will require employees to be vaccinated, and that it’s “quite possible” the vaccine will be required for overseas travel. When asked about the possibility of mandating the vaccine on a local … Continue reading → The post Fauci Now Says Covid-19 Vaccine May Become Mandatory appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Unmatched Cairo
    by Linh Dinh on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    It’s nearly impossible for me to write here. The streets beckon, and I’m a street rat, for sure. Right this moment, I could be in that bitsy Bab Al Louq café, having my first cup while watching people and traffic swarm by, or I could be on the subway, heading to Al Azbakiyyah, with its thousands of street stands flogging everything. Many have a tiny, tinny speaker looping the same pitch. Layered, they become a minimalist symphony of mutually cancelled come-ons. Yesterday morning, I poked around Bab El-Wazir, with its centuries-old mosques all magnificent yet decaying. Passing that of Ibn Tulun, completed … Continue reading → The post Unmatched Cairo appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Three Steps To Obtain Covid-19 Medication
    by No Author on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    India Home Covid Kit After I posted the video yesterday with Dr Simone Gold speaking on the EXPERIMENTAL mRNA vaccine, many readers expressed an interest in obtaining hydroxychloroquine. I would therefore like to share this information with you. Now, first, a disclaimer. Let me be very clear here. I am not a doctor. I don’t have a medical background, and I am not saying that you should, or should not, do this. This is for informational purposes only. I copied these three steps directly from the Americas Frontline Doctors website. Read the Whole Article The post Three Steps To Obtain Covid-19 Medication appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Baghdad on the Potomac: Welcome to the Blue Zone
    by No Author on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    The season opening of the Joe and Kammy Regime Change Show could not be a more appropriate roomful of mirrors reflecting the self-described US “political elite”. During the 2000s, I came face to face with Baghdad’s Green Zone multiple times. I always stayed, and worked, in the hyper-volatile Red Zone – as you may check in my 2007 book Red Zone Blues. We knew then that blowback would be inevitable. But still, we could never have imagined such a graphic simulacrum: the Green Zone fully replicated in the heart of imperial D.C. – complete with walls, barbed wire, multiple checkpoints, heavily … Continue reading → The post Baghdad on the Potomac: Welcome to the Blue Zone appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Russiagate Redux
    by Paul Craig Roberts on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    Hillary & Nancy Say It Wasn’t the stolen election that Discredited American Democracy, It Was Putin’s Order to Trump to Cause an Insurrection on January 6 Listen to the Idiots Into Whose Hands Our Country Has Been Put: Hillary Clinton asks House Speaker Nancy Pelosi if a new Russiagate investigation is necessary in order to check up on Putin’s orders to Trump.  Pelosi thinks so and adds, “all roads lead to Putin.”  Pelosi says she doesn’t “know what Putin has on him [Trump] politically, financially or personally, but what happened last week was a gift to Putin, because Putin wants to undermine … Continue reading → The post Russiagate Redux appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Writers, of All People, Are Now Censors
    by Jon Rappoport on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    It had to happen. People who call themselves WRITERS are signing a letter pressuring publishers to ban Trump, and anyone who has worked for him: Do not publish a Trump memoir. Stay away from him. The letter was penned by Barry Lyga. Who? LA Times, January 15 [1]: “More than 250 authors, editors, agents, professors and others in the American literary community signed an open letter this week opposing any publisher that signs book deals with President Donald Trump or members of his administration.” “Former DC Comics president Paul Levitz, journalist Sarah Weinman and ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ author Celeste Ng … Continue reading → The post Writers, of All People, Are Now Censors appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • Does the First Amendment Restrain Big Tech?
    by Andrew P. Napolitano on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    Shop all books by Judge Napolitano When Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, he included in it a list of the colonists’ grievances with the British government. Notably absent were any complaints that the British government infringed upon the freedom of speech. In those days, public speech was as acerbic as it is today. If words were aimed at Parliament, all words were lawful. If they were aimed directly and personally at the king — as Jefferson’s were in the Declaration — they constituted treason. Needless to say, Jefferson and the 55 others who signed the Declaration would all … Continue reading → The post Does the First Amendment Restrain Big Tech? appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • White Supremacy: The Left’s Latest Lie
    by Vasko Kohlmayer on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    There is only one thing that mutates faster these days than the coronavirus: the driving narrative of America’s social justice movement. It all began – if you still remember – with police brutality. In May of last year, it was police brutality that was America’s terrible ill and sin. To purge it, we had to beat the police on their heads wherever they showed up and burn cities across the land. And we also had to kneel. Then came the charge of systemic racism. To do away with that scourge, we had to do all of the above, plus white … Continue reading → The post White Supremacy: The Left’s Latest Lie appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • The Teutonic Terrorist Panic of 1917
    by No Author on January 21, 2021 at 4:01 am

    The current threat from (or hysteria over) “domestic terrorists” is often compared to incidents in Nazi Germany. Arnold Schwarzenegger referenced Kristallnacht, while I pointed out how Hitler did not let the crisis of the 1933 attack on the Reichstag capitol go to waste, but instead exploited it to crack down on German liberties. Yet, a better analog might be the Wilson administration’s demonization of German-Americans in 1917. Although we are constantly lectured on the crucial role of immigrants in American history, the vast contributions of Germans to American culture have been vanishingly hard to notice for the last century due to the … Continue reading → The post The Teutonic Terrorist Panic of 1917 appeared first on LewRockwell.

  • "...even libertarians" will be targets of Biden's intelligence groups.
    by /u/phernoree on January 21, 2021 at 3:53 am

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  • Trump’s “1776 Report” Would Be Funny if It Weren’t So Dangerous
    by /u/fuzzyshorts on January 21, 2021 at 3:45 am

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  • People are protesting in Seattle and chanting "F Trump and Biden too"
    by /u/HeartsPlayer721 on January 21, 2021 at 3:17 am

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  • REDDIT only preview. Video goes live in the morning.Jersey Village arrest today
    by /u/NewsNowHouston on January 21, 2021 at 2:57 am

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  • You’ll Never Believe It but Trump and Kushner Businesses Got Millions in PPP Loans
    by /u/ElonMuch on January 21, 2021 at 2:54 am

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  • Trump's pardons harshly criticized by legal experts
    by /u/CrazyCounselor on January 21, 2021 at 2:51 am

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  • Google will no longer allow its account-based sync services on third party Chromium browsers | AlternativeTo
    by /u/just_an_0wl on January 21, 2021 at 2:44 am

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  • Missouri Committee Holds Hearing on Bill to Take on All Federal Gun Control: Past, Present and Future
    by /u/democracy101 on January 21, 2021 at 2:41 am

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  • Parler's Comeback vs Censorship
    by /u/Kengine296 on January 21, 2021 at 2:33 am

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  • Angry at Big Tech? Wait! The Other Shoe has not Dropped! (worse things coming) (Rob Braxman Tech)
    by /u/Mcnst on January 21, 2021 at 1:53 am

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  • Do you believe that critics of Trump and Trumpists are ever silenced or banned from social media?
    by /u/agonisticpathos on January 21, 2021 at 1:51 am

    Although I do believe that in most cases it is conservatives rather than anti-Trumpists who are censored on various social media platforms, I myself was permanently banned from YouTube for what they deemed to be "abusive and humiliating" comments to others. They did not provide me with the actual comments violating their policies, but most of my debates were with Trumpists so I can only surmise the ban had to do with those conversations as they were often times vigorous, sarcastic, et cetera. I never cursed out or threatened anyone, but would make pointed claims about Trumpists being delusional, brainwashed, mentally unwell, and playing the victim card as much as liberals (side note: I'm neither liberal nor Trumpist; I dislike both sides). ​ With all that said, when I mentioned this to someone else in this subreddit they 100% did not believe me. In essence, they thought I was lying. So my question has to do with precisely that: regardless of your politics and whether you like Trump or not, is it truly that difficult to believe that an anti-Trumpist could be banned for ad hominem attacks on the Trump crowd?? submitted by /u/agonisticpathos [link] [comments]

  • It’s Time for Justice, Not Healing — The United States needs to follow South Korea’s post-impeachment example.
    by /u/BlankVerse on January 21, 2021 at 1:50 am

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  • If you’re on this sub and only complain about the party that doesn’t control the White House, Congress and Senate...you’re pushing an agenda. If you’re on this sub and hate both parties, welcome.
    by /u/LookAtThatView on January 21, 2021 at 1:47 am

    Taxation is theft. Guns good. Leave me alone. Don’t make me support you. Stimulus was theft. Bombs are bombs regardless of who drops them. submitted by /u/LookAtThatView [link] [comments]

  • What’s the most privacy compliant way to purchase Bitcoin?
    by /u/Dylomaj on January 21, 2021 at 1:42 am

    I’ve got some savings that I’d like to put somewhere and I’m considering putting some in Bitcoin. How can I ensure this is secure and private? submitted by /u/Dylomaj [link] [comments]

  • This is a harbinger of things to come.
    by /u/Violated_Norm on January 21, 2021 at 1:37 am

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  • Backing up Gmail?
    by /u/invdrx on January 21, 2021 at 1:08 am

    Hey there, I've been slowly reducing my footprint by closing up different accounts and cherry picking services that cares about their users privacy, but yet still I'm stuck with my old Gmail account. I could easily switch to other services like Protonmail but I would like to backup many of the emails I have there. Does anybody knows if there's an easy way to achieve that? submitted by /u/invdrx [link] [comments]

  • NLRB General Counsel Peter Robb declines the president's request that he leave office by 5 PM or be fired
    by /u/Hstrat on January 21, 2021 at 1:01 am

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  • Google Keep private equivalent?
    by /u/HumbleTrees on January 21, 2021 at 1:01 am

    Google Keep has been an absolute staple of my life for many years but I'm trying to degoogle as much as possible. What cloud based note taking app with sync would be a good alternative? If it helps, I've signed up with Tresorit but don't believe they have note taking apps. submitted by /u/HumbleTrees [link] [comments]

  • Pseudonymization vs. Encryption: Fight! (an ISSA webinar)
    by /u/zmre on January 21, 2021 at 12:40 am

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  • Are Intel Core processors a privacy issue?
    by /u/throwmongo on January 21, 2021 at 12:29 am

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core says "This newly found flaw is not fixable with a firmware update, and affects nearly all Intel chips released in the past five years". So it seems to be a security issue. Now I don't know much about computers but could this also be a privacy issue? Would you rather buy a machine with an AMD chip instead of an Intel chip because of privacy issues? submitted by /u/throwmongo [link] [comments]

  • A phone repair company left themselves two 5-star google reviews from my account when I left it there for repair without permission
    by /u/srn426 on January 20, 2021 at 11:59 pm

    Just discovered this sub so I hope this is the right place to ask this! A phone repair company went through my phone without permission and left themselves a 5 star rating and review on google. They did this twice (first repair was defective and I dropped off my phone again a second time). I feel as though they violated my privacy. What can I do in this situation? I am in NJ, USA. I dropped my phone off at a phone repair kiosk in the mall after I shattered the screen. They asked for my passcode (“to make sure the screen works when they turn it back on or something like that) and they said to come back and pick it up in 20 minutes. I returned in 30 minutes and picked up my phone. Three weeks later I dropped it off again because there was an issue- he said they’d replace it for free and to come back in 20 minutes. Today I got an email that someone replied to my review on google, which was surprising because I have only ever written one google review in my life and it was almost 5 years ago. I checked my email to see that I apparently left a 5 star review that said mentioned their phone cases. I did not write this, nor would I ever. I didn’t even look at cases while I was there! I logged into my google account to see that there was another 5 star rating (no review) for them from 3 weeks earlier (when I dropped my phone off the first time). I would have never known had the company not responded “thanks!” to my review... I am furious and don’t know what to do. Who knows what else they gained access to?! What an invasion of privacy. They are not a BBB accredited business. What can I do in this situation? It’s not that I want to sue them, but are there any repercussions? Thanks! submitted by /u/srn426 [link] [comments]

  • Ideas Are Cheap; Arguments Are Expensive: How thriving for novelty leads philosphy students astray
    by /u/Niqolacito on January 20, 2021 at 11:53 pm

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  • Never been so glad we still have the freedom to turn off our TV's as I am today.
    by /u/Extinction_six on January 20, 2021 at 11:45 pm

    And it's not what you're thinking. I was never, ever, a Trump supporter. I saw the con from the beginning. But neither do I think Biden will be any better. Hence, in order to avoid deep depression, I'm keeping the TV off until the crowning ceremonies have ended. It should be obvious by now that the Democratic party is extremely corporate friendly. That said, I think we're in for a hellish four years as corporations are given ever-increasing control over which voices are heard in our society. The key is to eliminate as many of those voices as possible and look to the few remaining alternative ones. Don't get lazy. Use your right to turn it off. You're dad didn't call it an idiot box for nothing. That said, good luck people. This is going to be a very dark period for civil liberties -- with free speech being their primary target. Don't let them censor you. If you find you're being censored arbitrarily, as is already the case, find another vehicle to express yourself. Hopefully we'll be given more ways to do that in the near future. Be well. submitted by /u/Extinction_six [link] [comments]

  • No President should have the power to kill millions of people at the push of a “button”.
    by /u/Noneya_bizniz on January 20, 2021 at 11:39 pm

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  • Political Satire Is Protected Speech – Even If You Don’t Get the Joke
    by David Greene on January 20, 2021 at 11:34 pm

    This blog post was co-written by EFF Legal Fellow Houston Davidson. Should an obviously fake Facebook post—one made as political satire—end with a lawsuit and a bill to pay for a police response to the post? Of course not, and that’s why EFF filed an amicus brief in Lafayette City v. John Merrifield. In this case, Merrifield made an obviously fake Facebook event satirizing right-wing hysteria about Antifa. The announcement specifically poked fun at the well-established genre of fake Antifa social media activity, used by some to drum up anti-Antifa sentiment. However, the mayor of Lafayette didn’t get the joke, and now Lafayette City officials want Merrifield to pay for the costs of policing the fake event. In EFF’s amicus brief filed in support of Merrifield in the Louisiana Court of Appeal, we trace the rise and proliferation of obviously parodic fake events. These events range from fake concerts (“Drake live at the Cheesecake Factory”) to quixotic events designed to forestall natural disasters (“Blow Your Saxophone at Hurricane Florence”) to fake destruction of local monuments (“Stone Mountain Implosion”). This kind of fake event is a form of online speech. It’s a crucial form of social commentary whether it makes people laugh, builds resilience in the face of absurdity, or criticizes the powerful. EFF makes a two-pronged legal argument. First, the First Amendment clearly protects the kind of satirical speech that Merrifield has made. Political satire and other parodic forms are an American tradition that goes back to the country’s founding. The amicus brief explains that “Facetious speech may be frivolously funny, sharply political, and everything in between, and it is all fully protected by the First Amendment, even when not everybody finds it humorous.” Even when the speech offends, it may still claim constitutional protection. While the State of Louisiana may not have seen the parody, the First Amendment still applies. Second, parodic speech, by its very definition, has no intent to cause the specific serious harm that the charge of incitement or similar criminal liabilities requires. After all, it was meant to make a point about online misinformation. We hope the appeals court follows the law, and rejects the state’s case.

  • [Opinion] Do users believe the comments made in this video are protected by free speech?
    by /u/o_O-JBL on January 20, 2021 at 11:21 pm

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  • [01/20/2021] NNP livefeed Jersey Village, TX HELP!!! ARRESTED
    by /u/other_thoughts on January 20, 2021 at 11:11 pm

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  • [1/20/2021] NNH & NNP arrested in Jersey Village, Tx
    by /u/other_thoughts on January 20, 2021 at 11:10 pm

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  • As someone who just found this sub, I’m glad to see that there are people who realize our liberties are fragile.
    by /u/FriedCfoodisgood on January 20, 2021 at 10:58 pm

    Both parties have shown a disinterest in curtailing the power of the state in both social and economic spheres. I can’t fathom why people are just fine with giving up freedoms just to feel better. submitted by /u/FriedCfoodisgood [link] [comments]

  • Steve Bannon’s Pardon Complicates Case Against His Co-Defendants
    by /u/CrazyCounselor on January 20, 2021 at 10:45 pm

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  • Is anyone else here not as excited or as happy as everyone else about Inauguration Day?
    by /u/chococatc on January 20, 2021 at 10:33 pm

    I just feel like this is all just a cycle or the same shit we have to go through every time.. I just have no feeling except bleugh.. submitted by /u/chococatc [link] [comments]

  • Freedom in the modern industrial society requires us to understand our prison, "The structure". Can we be free in a society designed to keep us trapped with laws, belief systems, labels, borders, and endless distractions that make us forget what matters?
    by /u/URANUSKONKEROR999 on January 20, 2021 at 10:26 pm

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  • Horrified Biden Family Discovers Rotting, Months-Old Corpse Of Jeff Sessions In White House Executive Residence
    by /u/FullmetalGameMaster on January 20, 2021 at 10:05 pm

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  • Trump is said to be considering starting a 'Patriot Party' after facing criticism from top Republicans over the Capitol riot
    by /u/bobbyw24 on January 20, 2021 at 10:02 pm

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  • Trump pardoned several pot prisoners jailed for life due to 1994 crime bill
    by /u/Bruleycj on January 20, 2021 at 9:54 pm

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  • Legal Experts Brace for States to Prosecute Accused Money Launderer Steve Bannon
    by /u/Facerealityalready on January 20, 2021 at 9:43 pm

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  • Biden Immediately Gets First Judicial Vacancy to Fill — And Many More Are Likely to Follow
    by /u/muchogustofuckyou on January 20, 2021 at 9:37 pm

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  • Blyncsy’s Patent On Contact Tracing Isn’t A Medical Breakthrough, It’s A Patent Breakdown
    by Joe Mullin on January 20, 2021 at 9:21 pm

    Stupid Patent of the Month Contact tracing is critical for limiting the spread of a contagion like COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean it’s inventive to compare people’s locations using their smartphones. Rather, it’s all the more important to protect the basic methods of public health from bogus patent claims. The CDC recommends contact tracing for close contacts of any “confirmed or probable” COVID-19 patients. But doing the job has been left to state and local public health officials.  In addition to traditional contact tracing by public health workers, some are using “proximity apps” to track when people are near one another. These apps should be used only with careful respect for user privacy. And they can’t be a substitute for contact tracing done by public health workers. But, if used carefully, such apps could be a useful complement to traditional contact tracing.   Unless someone with an absurdly broad patent stops them. In April, while many states were still under the first set of shelter-in-place orders, a Utah company called Blyncsy was building a website to let government agencies know that it wanted to get paid—not for giving them any product, but simply for owning a patent they’d managed to get issued in 2019. In news reports and its own press release, Blyncsy said that anyone doing cellphone-based contact tracing would need to license its patent, U.S. Patent No. 10,198,779, “Tracking proximity relationships and uses thereof.”  By September, Blyncsy had begun demanding $1 per resident payments from states that released contact tracing apps, including Pennsylvania, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Virginia.   “State governments have taken it upon themselves to roll out a solution in their name in which they’re using our property without compensation,” Blyncsy CEO Mark Pittman told Wired.  The developer behind North Dakota and Wyoming’s contact tracing apps told Wired that Blyncsy’s threatened patent battle could “put a freeze on new states rolling out apps.”  Given Blyncsy’s $1 per person price point, a state like Virginia, with more than 8 million residents, would be vastly overpaying for contact tracing technology. That state’s app cost $229,000 to develop.   Contact Tracing is Very Good And Very Old   Unfortunately, our patent system encourages the acquisition and use of bad patents like the one owned by Blyncsy. The company’s patent essentially claims technology that’s well over a century old, and could be performed with pencil and paper. Simply adding a smartphone into the works—a “mobile computing device,” as Blyncsy’s patent describes it—doesn’t make the patent valid.   And the patent’s primary claim doesn’t have any technology in it at all. It’s a pure “business method” patent, except that the only business it appears to support is demanding money from state public health departments. Simplifying the language of Claim 1, it describes:  Receiving data about the location of a first person, who “has a contagion”  Receiving data about the location of a second person Determining if they’re close together  Determining when they were close together Determining whether the “proximity relationship” is positive or negative  Labeling the second person as being either contaminated or not  That’s just contact tracing, a process that has been done with simple writing and human interviews since at least the mid-19th century. In a famous breakthrough for the field of epidemiology, British doctor John Snow traced an 1854 cholera epidemic near London to a specific water pump on Broad Street.  Patent documents have even more specific descriptions of Blyncsy’s claimed method. Last week, Unified Patents published some prior art for the Blyncsy patent, including a 2003 patent application directed to an “electronic proximity apparatus” that alerts individuals when they are exposed to a contagious disease. Doing research, writing down the results, and trying to figure out how people got sick isn’t a patentable invention—it’s just basic science. The patent’s other claims are no more impressive. The issuance of the Blyncsy patent isn’t a success story, it’s evidence of glaring flaws in our patent system.   Too often, patents are issued that don’t embody any innovation. These simply become a 20-year-long invitation for a company to demand payment for the innovation and work of others. Sometimes that’s other companies, and sometimes it’s our own governments. In this case, Blyncsy is trying to make a buck by levying what amounts to a tax—but one that only benefits a single, for-profit company.  Unfortunately, we’ve seen patent holders repeatedly try to take advantage of the pandemic. Last year, patent troll Labrador Diagnostics tried to use old patents belonging to the notorious firm Theranos to sue a real firm making COVID-19 tests. Another patent troll sued a ventilator manufacturer. A health crisis is a time to carefully limit, not expand, the power of patents. 

  • Anyone have any interest in a US gov sim?
    by /u/EffectFamous on January 20, 2021 at 9:18 pm

    currently the libertarian reform party in this server, is attempting to decrease taxes, as well as decrease government spending , and we really need some more voters. The server has a bit over 550 members https://discord.gg/DASycc4s3g submitted by /u/EffectFamous [link] [comments]

  • No pardon for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in last-minute list
    by /u/jms1225 on January 20, 2021 at 9:08 pm

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  • Biden Moves to Oust Top Labor Board Attorney Robb
    by /u/psychothumbs on January 20, 2021 at 9:04 pm

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  • Reddit is a product of free speech. Not an extension of it.
    by /u/BigHanksHalfaTank on January 20, 2021 at 8:55 pm

    I've got more pushback on r/changemyview from the mods than the view-holders. It's a microcosm of Reddit as a whole. If you want to know what a society based on arbitration of free speech looks like - this is it. A place where the rules are applied based on individual interpretation, not as they are written, but as they see fit. And whatever censorship they fail to apply - the gestapo bots usually succeed. I love what Reddit should be and hate what it's become. submitted by /u/BigHanksHalfaTank [link] [comments]

  • What does the Biden administration mean for privacy?
    by /u/SeekingSecurity on January 20, 2021 at 8:53 pm

    This doesn't need to be a contentious topic folks. I'm wondering what peoples thoughts are on the risks or maybe even the prospects for privacy in the wake of the new administration. Please make sure you refer to rules 5 & 12 should you decide to contribute! 🙂 submitted by /u/SeekingSecurity [link] [comments]

  • Just found this sub, but saw an unfortunate pattern.
    by /u/enragedbreathmint on January 20, 2021 at 8:38 pm

    Searching by “Top posts of all time” I keep seeing posts which say things like “BLM decided” or “The hidden anti-white nature of BLM.” I don’t understand these posts, because they seem to rely on the notion that BLM is some sort of organization with a leadership, when it’s not. It’s just a grass roots movement of people that believe in the value of black lives, and as a white guy I’ve never once felt the least bit rejected by its proponents. In fact, I’ve been to a number of protests and the crowds were always quite diverse. I’ve also seen people refer to BLM as a leftist ploy, which confuses me since there’s nothing political about believing in the inherent value and legitimacy of black lives. Can anyone make sense of what’s going on here? Are there fundamental misconceptions circulating this subreddit? submitted by /u/enragedbreathmint [link] [comments]

  • Pamela Anderson joins Tucker to talk about potential final day pardons¶ Actress Pamela Anderson, who became close friends with Julian Assange, says his pardon would be a "defining moment" for President Trump on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight." (Jan 18, 2021)
    by /u/Mcnst on January 20, 2021 at 8:23 pm

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Lew Rockwell, EFF,

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