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Anonymous 09/24/2017 (Sun) 01:44:36 Id:622ab4 No. 195 [Reply]

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Anonymous 09/23/2017 (Sat) 12:50:53 Id:19fdd8 No. 193 [Reply]
keep it up

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Anonymous 09/22/2017 (Fri) 00:52:14 Id:70f562 No. 190 [Reply]
When the DRM kicks in.
Luckily I use an older laptop w/ linux installed. I also have an offline Win XP that I use to rip media with. I don't use "smart phones" or any of that Google crap. I backup all my software that I use to rip media with (like DVD Shrink and Handbreak) so I'm pretty immune to DRM. Also, the key to resisting planned obsolescence is to have backups of everything. Have a backup ISO of your operating system(s), have a backup computer, have backups of your media and software programs, have backup media player(s), etc.

Good example: Not only do I have DVDs to watch, I make sure I have the video files ripped to flashdrives + extra blank DVDs to rip them on encase the originals get scratched. Plus I an extra DVD player sitting in my closet, still in the box.

Google would piss their panties if they found out people have prepared for their cyber-takeover way in advance. I was one who predicted this 15 FUCKING YEARS AGO.
NO JOKE: Wal-Mart, Amazon Want Access Into Your Home, And New "Smart Homes" Would Allow Them Access

RELATED ("Smart" Devices/Homes CAN Be Hacked And ARE Being Used To Spy On You): https://archive.fo/n3Vhu

Wal-Mart Stores Inc said on Friday it was testing a service in the Silicon Valley to deliver groceries straight to customers’ refrigerators as it looks to gain an edge over Amazon.com.

The retailer said it is partnering with August Home, a provider of 'smart locks' and 'smart home' accessories, to test the service.

The delivery person would get access to the customer’s house using a pre-authorized passcode and would put away groceries. This of-course is the surveillance state on steroids.

Not only is this ridiculous, privacy-invasive and potentially dangerous, imagine if hackers could gain access into your home? Burglers would easily take advantage of such unsecure online networks.

This whole "smart" fad is nothing more than a ruse to keep people lazy and easily vulnerable - not only to spying, not only to burglary and theft - but to a police state as well which will most obviously use this as an advantage to control the population.

It is our duty as sovereign citizens to say "NO!" to all this "smart" technology.


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Anonymous 08/10/2017 (Thu) 13:11:31 Id:1ff137 No. 185 [Reply]
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