National Security Letter: What is it?

A national security letter (NSL) is an administrative subpoena issued by the United States federal government to gather information for national security purposes. NSLs do not require prior approval from a judge. The Stored Communications Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and Right to Financial Privacy Act authorize the United States…

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Whonix: What Is It?

You should well know by now, increased levels of mass surveillance are chewing away at our freedoms and privacy at light speed. Governments as well as big technological corporations are working more closely than ever to spy on you, and collect as much personal data as possible. Whether you want …

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Project Blue Beam: What is It?

It’s important to keep an open mind as you read this writing, and understand that many conspiracy theories of the past are now considered facts. Four institutions: political, economic, educational, and ecclesiastical, direct much of the globe’s population. If an entity could monopolize these four fundamental properties of society, then they could conceivably…

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