posted on Dec, 21 2010 @ 09:17 PM
lol the money interests will never beat the hackers and linux developers we are too powerful of a force to reckon with. All that they are dependent
on to make their plan work is un-doable by us. It is up to us to switch to linux and undo the trojan windows operating system windows 7 to make your
computer into a legislated spy-machine.
TPTB have a silent hand when it comes to rigging computer protocols to work their way and to their advantage, but with open source it would be tough
for them to get away with it. The linux community has better support than windows, things actually get fixed quick and end users actually have
feedback towards it's improvement. The linux community doesn't use people for their ideas, not the way microsoft does as they use ideas to
profiteer from and offer their creators nothing. The panopticon seeks to incorporate corporate data sources on you, create machine profiles, and
regulate software developers to incorporate "their" standards, go figure. We must define our own net neutrality by creating the right software that
strips the system of their ability to do much of anything on the net; it is not their domain and it is up to us to create something that removes their
I've advocated a torrent underweb, and with this piece of software one could get rid of any off-switch type power the government could ever have.
They could shut down the web; but with this combined with the right routers that can run hacked bios, we could create a shadow mesh network that does
relies on distribution of wireless devices rather than internet service providers. The whole of vancouver island has wireless routers that rather
than connect with isps could connect with each other and provide us with an open, impossible to regulate (through the panopticon) internet.
These court decisions only serve to affirm to the community that we must offer the system no choice on the matter, and just as p2p offered them no
choice in terms of file sharing (at least here in canada) even if the laws were to change to make it more illegal, the peer software would adapt to
make exchanges less traceable (and has with random ports, ssl and proxy capabilities). All we have to do is take this a few steps further and it
won't matter what the system uses wikileaks for, we can trump out their cia asset and war on free speech.
Nobody here discusses the finer points of this debate. No one mentions the sheer waste of resources having hackers waste their time at unproductive
cyber warefare type things (speaking of anonymous), or elitist behaving wikileaks leader julian assange, who had a jet setting lifestyle and pissed
away millions of dollars to run something that those millions of dollars could have created the software for, easy.
I have no doubt this guy is only a distraction so that we don't take that next step and do a final trump on the system, mr. assange is the guy they
put in charge so we would avoid the bother of doing what is rightfully needed.