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Global spy system ECHELON confirmed at last by leaked Snowden files submitted by dildonkers to news

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 1 points 89 points (+90|-1) ago

Maybe it's time to stop saying people are crazy conspiracy theorists for suggesting the existence of monstrously invasive technological programs run by governments. Because time and time again, at least in the communications and IT field, they are being proven to be at least as bad as the worst ravings of privacy rights advocates.

deleted by user submitted by deleted to technology

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 1 points 44 points (+45|-1) ago

Try the Linux Mint distro*. As easy to use as Ubuntu, it avoids a lot of the annoyware and bad usability decisions that Ubuntu currently has. One warning: they don't allow full-version upgrades. When 18 comes out, if you're using 17 you need to do a clean (re)install of the entire OS. Of course, if you're installing Linux correctly, that is really, really easy to do. Just put your user partition in the right place to begin with and there's no data loss, and few if any config things that need to be redone.

That sounds scary, but Ubuntu borking up on in-place, full version upgrades has been a major issue, so it is likely a good idea to not even support doing that.

I know Voat is better than Reddit for one simple reason. submitted by Watch_Your_Top_Knot to MeanwhileOnReddit

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 2 points 22 points (+24|-2) ago

Voat needs more porn. Good point.

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deleted by user submitted by panurge987 to politics

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 8 points -5 points (+3|-8) ago

Because wealthy, white, married Christians use them all the time. Obviously. Politicians don't run on fairy magic or hard, unbending, self-destructive logic of any kind. Where did people get the idea they did?

Best Alternatives to Tor: 12 Programs to Use Since NSA, Hackers Compromised Tor Project submitted by Mixplate to technology

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 5 points -3 points (+2|-5) ago

Always fun to play "spot the fed" in these threads. Good try at reverse FUD, but needs work.

The Tor Project releases beta version of its anonymous instant messenger submitted by Fred-Stiller-OnAWire to technology

TimeLoopedPowerGamer 5 points -3 points (+2|-5) ago

It's a trap. Nice try, NSA, FBI, CIA, NRA, CBS, etc.

But seriously, who in privacy circles actually trusts Tor at this point?