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This user has so far shared a total of 3 links, started a total of 1 discussions and submitted a total of 58 comments.

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DMCA from Black Rifle Coffee Company® submitted by PuttItOut to Voat

FullyAwakened 0 points 77 points (+77|-0) ago

I like the idea, but instead reserve the username ranges DMCA_GHOST##### and use DMCA_GHOST1 for this example. Then you can have a page where the DMCA ghosts are cross referenced to the DMCA takedown notices, so there is more transparency on where the comments came from originally.

When you're on Voat so much and forget where you are in real life... submitted by FullyAwakened to funny

FullyAwakened 1 points 15 points (+16|-1) ago

This is from the show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia S11E7, in case anyone is curious. Really funny episode.

Younger Americans are better than older Americans at telling factual news statements from opinions submitted by YourDumbWhat to science

FullyAwakened 3 points 14 points (+17|-3) ago

I don't think the authors of the study even know fact vs opinion themselves. If you look at the actual questions they asked as "facts" vs opinions you can clearly see why they got the response they did. One question was

Immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally have some rights under the Constitution

This is not a factual statement because the first line of the Constitution is

We the people of the United States

That line already excludes everyone here in the country illegally. The only people who would think that the above statement is fact is an NPC that only watches the MSM.

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As unicode DNS spoofing becomes mainstream and congress is targeted, (((censorship))) will be next submitted by GIF-lLL-S0NG to politics

FullyAwakened 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Long time lurker, first time poster here. Basically what they are saying is that it is very easy for anyone to create a 'spoofed'(fake) website that looks visually identical to another real website, with the fake website's address being very close to the actual real address.

I.E. Someone could create GO0GLE.COM(notice the second O is actually a zero) or GOOGLE.UNIVERSITY(different top-level domain, but might make you think it's related to your college gmail account) and make the website look identical to GOOGLE.COM and then email people and tell them to verify their information with the link to their website. People click on it because it looks like it came from Google and then they might enter their personal info and then the spoofer can use this info for whatever reason they want.

Since I just realized this is the politics sub I will include another example from the article that is politically motivated. The official website of Rep. Devin Nunes is devinnunes.com, so someone could create devinunes.com(notice the missing n) and when people get on the spoofed site they see that it is "partly in Russian with a photo of Nunes in a Stalinesque pose." to discredit him.

So to protect yourself or company you usually just try to buy all misspelling variations of your website and your website with different top-level domains. But now there are too many top-level domains to buy them all since they have been adding hundreds of new ones (see list [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_top-level_domains])

The other problem on top of that is the issue with allowing domain names in unicode. Unicode is a standard allows everyone to see the exact same character on every device by using a different number to represent each character of every language supported ([https://www.unicode.org/charts/]). So if I type in English or Latin or Khmer you will see every character the way it was typed. So if someone creates devinŋunes.com, many people will not even notice that the second n is actually character Latin Extended-A 014B in unicode( see row B, column 14 to see which character I used[https://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U0100.pdf]), not an english n. So that multiplies exponentially how many other variations there are that look very similar to your website, so you really can't buy them all.

'Presidential Alert' text from Trump slides to October 3rd. submitted by DankOrganism to GreatAwakening

FullyAwakened 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Yeah i agree, they already knew about the hurricane coming beforehand, so why even set a date that you know you will probably change?

Is it possible to live life without having a bank account? submitted by KatHarzso to AskVoat

FullyAwakened 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

I've worked for two different companies before that gave me paychecks that I took to their bank, and they still wanted to try to charge me a "check cashing fee". How does that even makes sense? It seems ((they)) still get their cut, no matter what.