Message from YourFundamentalTheorum in Nice Respectable People Group #general
I cant remember exactly, but their application development, domain registration, and SSL were signed by some company starting with a T that's known for data harvesting
VPNs arent valuable for privacy
Microsoft, Amazon, etc blacklist public Nord ip blocks due to fraud issues
So if you do get nord it wont be usable for most services anyway
VPNs are only really useful for niche protocols like BitTorrent
You would also have to do stuff like disable teredo & webrtc etc or you'll leak
One thing VPNs are good for are keeping websites that aren’t friendly to our beliefs away from my IP if I choose to access their website
I wouldnt worry about it man
Most people arent auditing their traffic and determining who's who. VPNs are a waste of money except for niche things. If you're really worried about privacy check spokeo & the other sites for your personal info and have it removed if you can.
I'm behind 7 proxies.
I'm applying for an internship in the United States Holocaust Museum
Careful. I bet they blast people with 10x the amount of propaganda the average normie gets.
Greetings fellow Hanukkah history enthusiasts.
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN i'm actually doing this for a personal history project
I'm collecting evidence for a certain thing
that you can DM me about
@YourFundamentalTheorum Ah, well good luck. I am not sure who the saint of spies is, but I hope they help you.
ironically a jew
Hebrew. I'd say there's a difference.
Talmud was written between 300 & 500 AD
I'll write the actuall application some time later
I don't want them to timestamp us if there are any spies of them here
Question, fellas: my IP address is hidden behind a VPN (appears that I am in another state), yet when I looked something up Google maps suggested stuff in the town I live in... how?
I refreshed my VPN cluster, looked up "______ near me", and it still recommends places near my actual location. Why is my IP not being hidden from Google?
They have other ways of finding your location than IP
You probably search stuff relevant to your area and Google stores that information in the cookies
Though I'm not an expert on this and might be wrong
Rarely ever use Google, never looked up anything personally or locally relevant that couldn't be from/about anywhere
I guess at some point big tech knows these things, at least my IP is still behind the VPN
for opsec and all
you probably did
it doesn't take that complex of information to piece together