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    Better privacy email

    This site based in Iceland where they don't spy on their own people and have far better privacy laws. Here are two brand new sites, one is a social media like facebook the other is email.

    Social media www.seen.is
    Email.......... www.unseen.is

    never have I done anything that would put me that situation of being spied on, but we all know the ever intrusive Big brother is watching and listening. I like my rights and have fought for them and I will use this site just to confound those who break the Supreme Law of this land, The Constitution.

    Have fun with this. They have NO limitations and they don't nanny what you put on your page.

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    How do you intend to get to those sites? My guess is thru an Internet Service Provider. One here in the USA that rolls over when the FBI or ATF or NSA or the local LEO or the city public works department says it wants to know stuff.

    Proxies, cut-outs, drop-offs, anonymizers and the other stuff will protet you once you get to them.

    stay safe.
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    ProtonMail.ch FREE fully encrypted from Switzerland

    ProtonMail.ch free fully encrypted from Switzerland https://protonmail.ch/#about

    There is a waiting list but a new server farm is due shortly. https://blog.protonmail.ch/ "For those users who have been on our waiting list for several months, the wait will soon be over as our new infrastructure will allow us to support almost everybody. We will be inviting nearly everybody over the next month!" I am very pleased with the service. https://protonmail.ch/pages/security-details
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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    How do you intend to get to those sites? My guess is thru an Internet Service Provider. One here in the USA that rolls over when the FBI or ATF or NSA or the local LEO or the city public works department says it wants to know stuff.

    Proxies, cut-outs, drop-offs, anonymizers and the other stuff will protet you once you get to them.

    stay safe.
    For that there is https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphamale View Post
    never have I done anything that would put me that situation of being spied on
    heh heh heh... oh to be so innocent again
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    Just use the email address: DickCheneys_email@gmail.com ... no one will look

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    Why not use PGP? If it's really important do it twice.

    Otherwise treat all email like you would a postcard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphamale View Post
    Never have I done anything that would put me that situation of being spied on
    I can almost guarantee that being a member of this site is reason enough for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphamale View Post
    never have I done anything that would put me that situation of being spied on,
    You're on this site, which means you support, in one fashion or another, the carrying of firearms. Which means, in one way or another, you support the 2nd Amendment. Which means, in one way or another, you believe in the Constitution. Which means, in so many words, THE GOVERNMENT DOESN'T LIKE YOU. There are documents that have been released that put people like you and I on the list of potential domestic terrorists, along with Christians, returning veterans, Constitutionalists, Libertarians, Oath Keepers, etc, etc.

    So, dont think for a minute that each post you post here, email you send there, wont be considered for further scrutiny.
    The only terrorists I see nowadays are at the Capital.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick9 View Post
    Why not use PGP? If it's really important do it twice.

    Otherwise treat all email like you would a postcard.
    +1 end to end encryption, friends. If it's important, cascading encryption would be nice.
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    I agree with end-to-end encryption, such as PGP, GPG or the like. PGP Encryption is surprisingly easy to use, (though, not as easy as unencrypted messages). It does take some time to set up, however. I wrote up a post on my site about it some years ago, but it's bee mostly scrapped due to a migration of servers. I will probably have to write it up again, including the steps/options to securely transfer keys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    How do you intend to get to those sites? My guess is thru an Internet Service Provider. One here in the USA that rolls over when the FBI or ATF or NSA or the local LEO or the city public works department says it wants to know stuff.

    Proxies, cut-outs, drop-offs, anonymizers and the other stuff will protet you once you get to them.
    You need eight levels of very specific protocols to defeat all attempts to identify the message, who's sending it, and who's receiving it.

    If all you're interested in doing is keeping anyone from seeing the message, just AES-256 encrypt a file before sending it, and use a humongous, randomly-generated password.
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    Who uses e-mail any more except .gov and Big Corps. When your goal in life is to post photos of you shaving I'm pretty confident that privacy is not a concern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    [ ... ] When your goal in life is to post photos of you shaving I'm pretty confident that privacy is not a concern.
    +1
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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Who uses e-mail any more except .gov and Big Corps. When your goal in life is to post photos of you shaving I'm pretty confident that privacy is not a concern.
    "Everyone" uses email still, it's kind of a staple(?) of modern business. http://www.businessinsider.com/email-isnt-dying-2015-1
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    "Everyone" uses email still, it's kind of a staple(?) of modern business. http://www.businessinsider.com/email-isnt-dying-2015-1
    Who uses e-mail any more except .gov and Big Corps.

    Well, little corps. too...ya got me.
    "I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it." - Thomas Jefferson.

    "Better that ten guilty persons escape, than that one innocent suffer" - English jurist William Blackstone.
    It is AFAIK original to me. Compromise is failure on the installment plan, particularly when dealing with so intractable an opponent as ignorance. - Nightmare

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    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Who uses e-mail any more except .gov and Big Corps.

    Well, little corps. too...ya got me.
    lol, I realized that after I posted

    I do still use email personally, though, as well... But I can't say most people do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    "Everyone" uses email still, it's kind of a staple(?) of modern business. http://www.businessinsider.com/email-isnt-dying-2015-1
    Exactly. "62% of working American adults were “networked workers,” meaning they used the internet or email in the workplace."

    That's about 80 million people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealthyeliminator View Post
    But I can't say most people do.
    I would have to disagree. Every single person I have known or met for more than two minutes uses email. Every. Single. One.

    They may not all use it for work purposes, and some avoid it outside of work. But every person I have known since email became widely available uses it.

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    In the end it is all transmitted data, courtesy of a few inconvenienced electrons.
    What that means is don't say anything in e-mail what you aren't willing to say in front of a crowd of people (with your mother in the front row).
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    There is e-mail and there is e-mail. I message by encrypted https exclusively now. Never have used IM/IRC. I have an SMTP client but it is unused.
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