Message from Karnivore in welp. u already Kno... #📻tech📡

2020-03-05 09:25:49 UTC  
2020-03-05 15:18:50 UTC  

No worky

2020-03-14 00:50:33 UTC  

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^WILL KILL SO MANY iPHONES, you cant trust apple users to do this correctly, you just CANT.

2020-03-14 02:11:38 UTC  

the last few models of iPhones are water resistant.

2020-03-17 23:08:01 UTC  

> Does Signal send my number to my contacts?
> Signal does not send your phone number to anyone unless you send them a message. The Signal service does not have any knowledge of your contacts. Data is all owned by your phone. Registration notifications are never transmitted by anyone in any direction at all; these notifications are created by your phone.
> How does Signal know my contact is using Signal?
> Signal periodically sends truncated cryptographically hashed phone numbers for contact discovery. Names are never transmitted, and the information is not stored on the servers. The server responds with the contacts that are Signal users and then immediately discards this information. Your phone now knows which of your contacts is a Signal user and notifies you if your contact just started using Signal.

2020-03-17 23:08:38 UTC  

> Why did someone see that I joined Signal?
> People who already know your number and already have you in their contacts see that they can contact you on Signal. Nothing is sent to them by your Signal app or the Signal service. They just see a number they know is registered. If someone knows how to send you an SMS, we want them to see that they can send you a Signal message instead.
> Why did I see that my contact joined Signal?
> You are notified when someone that is stored in your contact list is a new Signal user. If you can send an SMS to a contact, we want you to know you can send a Signal message instead. You can disable these alerts on your phone by going to Settings > Notifications > scroll to events and disable Contact joined Signal.
> How do I know a contact is using Signal?
> On iOS, Signal contacts who are stored in your phone's contact list will be shown as someone you can start a conversation with.
> On Android, when looking at your contact list within Signal, a blue letter in the outside column will indicate it is a Signal contact. If you have Signal set as your default SMS/MMS app, then you will also see non-Signal contacts listed.

2020-03-20 20:03:41 UTC  

(I'm just reading this now)

2020-03-20 20:05:12 UTC  

> **What AT&T does not spell out in its glossy communications is that AirGig will make it impossible to escape exposure to wireless radiation, even in our homes. AirGig will saturate our environment—every inch of it—with close-proximity, high-intensity radiation. The few relatively safer areas that still exist will quickly disappear. Not only will those who already have become sick from wireless radiation have nowhere to escape to, but many more are likely to experience immediate health impacts.**
> She admitted that no one has looked at the health effects of smart cities—and added that it is ‘not her job’ to do so.

2020-03-20 20:19:44 UTC  

yea saw that article yesterday, seems like my nightmare is getting worse by the day

2020-03-20 20:19:55 UTC  


2020-03-20 20:20:02 UTC  

for all of us, even if we are completely aware of it

2020-03-20 20:20:08 UTC  


2020-03-20 20:20:14 UTC  

I wonder at what point we would rather get nuked?

2020-03-20 20:20:23 UTC  

more reason to move to the country

2020-03-20 20:20:45 UTC  

as in, nuke explosions in the upper atmosphere, EMP'ing the entire USA.

2020-03-20 20:21:01 UTC  

true, about moving to the country

2020-03-20 20:21:06 UTC  

might as well do it now..

2020-03-20 20:21:19 UTC  

stone age

2020-03-20 20:21:26 UTC  

the cities will be the cesspools of rampant thuggery

2020-03-20 20:21:31 UTC  

oh wait, many already are...

2020-03-20 20:21:39 UTC  

lol yes they are