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Government and private entities are working to shred privacy and warehouse personal, relationship, and communications data. Once unimaginable surveillance technologies are being perfected and implemented. The most intimate details of lives are routinely and unthinkingly surrendered to data-gatherers. Is it still possible to be an anonymous whistleblower? Is it still possible to be anonymous at all? Your physical location and activities for the past ten years are known and have been logged. If you attend a church or synagogue or mosque or a demonstration or visit an abortion clinic or a "known criminal activity location" or meet with a "targeted person" or a disliked political activist, it is routinely recorded. Your finances, sexual orientation, religion, politics, habits, hobbies, and information on your friends and family are gathered, indexed, and analyzed. Facial recognition, camera analytics, license plate readers, and advances in biometrics allow you to be de-anonymized and remotely surveilled 24/7/365 by machines. Forensic linguistics, browser and machine fingerprinting, and backdoors substantially eliminate the possibility of anonymous Internet activity. Thanks to "The Internet of Things," your thermostat and electric meter report when you arrive home and your garbage can reports when you throw out evidence to be collected by the few remaining human agents. "Predictive profiling" even knows what you will do and where you will go in the future, so the data collection bots can be waiting for you. Data collection now begins at birth. And no data gathered will ever be thrown away. And none of the data gathered belongs to you or will be under your control ever again. An internationally-known private investigator and longtime HOPE speaker, Steve will describe in frightening detail how the last shreds of everyone's anonymity are being ripped away. Real world examples will be used. Surprises can be expected.

 

Speakers: Steve Rambam [steve Rambam is the founder and CEO of Pallorium, Inc. (http://www.pallorium.com), a licensed investigative agency with offices and affiliates worldwide. He has coordinated investigations in more than 50 countries and in nearly every U.S. state and Canadian province. Steve has conducted or coordinated numerous foreign insurance-related investigations, including hundreds of homicide and "death claim" investigations, and a significant number of these cases have resulted in confessions, arrests, and prosecutions. He is perhaps best publicly known for his pro bono activities, which have included the investigation of nearly 200 Nazi collaborators and war criminals in the USA, Canada, Europe, and Australia. He has also coordinated efforts to expose terrorist groups' fundraising activities in the United States and has conducted investigations which resulted in the tightening of airport security in eight U.S. cities. Steve is currently co-authoring a non-fiction book, Stealing Your Own Identity, and he is the subject of a second non-fiction book, Rambam, P.I.]

 

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Begin nu je eigen moestuin. Bekijk de zadenpakketten Op zoek naar waterfilters, messen, tools of lang houdbaar eten? Ga dan naar www.prepshop.nl!

Ik houdt dit soort dingen ook best in de gaten. Defcon enzo. Maar dit is inderdaad weer eens erg verhelderend, om het te horen van de andere kant. Dat ze 't niet alleen kunnen, maar ook daadwerkelijk doen.

Doet me weer 2 keer nadenken voordat ik wat meer met YouTube ga doen -.-

 

Paar dagen terug nog in de krant dat er weer een aantal ToR sites zijn opgeheven, waaronder een server in NL.

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Ik houdt dit soort dingen ook best in de gaten. Defcon enzo. Maar dit is inderdaad weer eens erg verhelderend, om het te horen van de andere kant. Dat ze 't niet alleen kunnen, maar ook daadwerkelijk doen.

Doet me weer 2 keer nadenken voordat ik wat meer met YouTube ga doen -.-

 

Paar dagen terug nog in de krant dat er weer een aantal ToR sites zijn opgeheven, waaronder een server in NL.

 

Yeah, ik heb vorige week of zo ergens een videootje gepost ( niet op preppers)van een AJ interview met Captain Crunch, waarin Cptn C uit de doeken deed hoe je zelf een onafhankelijk internetje kan opstarten met basic tools, was wel interessant, ongeveer de laatste tien minuten van het interview, ben zelf geen techhead maar zeer geïnteresseerd in simpele oplossingen, zeker als die bedacht zijn door mensen die zich daar op niveau mee bezig houden, ik zal even kijken of ik het terug kan vinden, wellicht interessant om kennis van te nemen.

 

Ik heb de post even voor het gemak hierheen geplakt, vanaf 27 minuten plusminus.

 

You can listen to the whole interview or for the best part from minute 27.

 

Who is John Draper ( Captain Crunch)

 

•Mr. Draper developed one of the first word-processing programs as well as the technology that made possible voice-activated telephone menus.

•Mr. Draper is well known in the computer world. “He was the king of the nerds,” says Allan Lundell, who runs an independent film company and has chronicled the evolution of Silicon Valley.

 

 

•Draper learned how to make free calls by imitating the tones used by the phone company. He learned from other “phone phreaks” — as the hackers called themselves — including blind teenagers with near-perfect pitch.

 

Mr. Draper learned that a toy whistle found in a cereal box would also imitate the required tones, earning him the nickname Cap’n Crunch.The point was not just to make free calls but to explore and learn from the phone company’s rich and complicated system. On one occasion, Mr. Draper says he learned the code word needed to speak with the president — “Olympus” — and got through to someone on a secure line he thought was President Nixon. Mr. Draper says he told the man about a toilet-paper shortage in Los Angeles.

 

•The Esquire article also caught the attention of Steve Wozniak, an eventual Apple co-founder, who invited Mr. Draper to his dorm room at the University of California at Berkeley. When Mr. Draper appeared that evening, Mr. Wozniak, then 21, was taken aback by his guest’s appearance and odor, Mr. Wozniak wrote in his recent autobiography. “Are you Cap’n Crunch?” Mr. Wozniak asked in disbelief, according to the book. “I am he,” Mr. Draper responded as he strode into the room. Mr. Draper showed Mr. Wozniak and a friend, Mr. Jobs, how to build a device that could produce telephone tones. The pair turned the knowledge into a small business on the Berkeley campus, their first collaboration before founding Apple a few years later.

 

Mr. Wozniak employed Mr. Draper at Apple, where as a contractor in 1977 he designed a device that could immediately identify phone signals and lines — such as ones that made free calls — something modems were not able to do for a decade. The technology would later be used for tone-activated calling menus, voice mail and other purposes.

 

•Draper wrote EasyWriter, the first word processor for the Apple II, in 1978. According to The Wall Street Journal, he hand-wrote the code while serving nights in the Alameda County Jail, then entered the code later into a computer.

 

 

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