reply to post by michaelmcclen
Jesus Christ, where to start...
How about I read what Julian Assange, editor-in-chief of Wikileaks, said about Facebook in an interview with Russia Today:
Facebook in particular is the most appalling spying machine that has ever been invented. Here we have the world’s most comprehensive database about
people, their relationships, their names, their addresses, their locations and the communications with each other, their relatives, all sitting within
the United States, all accessible to US intelligence. Facebook, Google, Yahoo – all these major US organizations have built-in interfaces for US
intelligence. It’s not a matter of serving a subpoena. They have an interface that they have developed for US intelligence to use.
So if you actually HAVE a Facebook, then I suggest you kill yourself. You're pretty much screwed. Seriously, WHY would you use Facebook? I mean, jeez
guys. It's a corporate product/service that already has a history of selling personal information to advertisers. And ever since the US government
commented that Facebook is a "democratizing medium", then it effectively rid the platform of any neutrality, making it nothing more than a puppet of
the US government and "the West".
And as if Above Top Secret is any better. Anything you or I write could be deliberately deleted if it "Violates the terms of service agreement".
Freedom of Speech my ass. I bet any personal information you enter here is automatically sent into an FBI server designated to record information of
conspiracy nuts and other lesser threats (because I know for a fact that despite how much people here talk about "waking people up" and "fighting
the NWO", the majority do nothing but that: talk. Lazy bums).
Sorry, I tend to rant a bit.
Now, clearly, you have an interest in Anonymous and their organization capabilities despite the fact that they're a heavily decentralized group which
can only be roughly described as a loose organization of activists, skript kiddies, hackers, IT professionals, bored teenagers, etc who operate in a
24/7 Athenian democracy, with no leaders, no clear mondus operandi, etc.
In other words, an effective, leaderless resistance. Quite.
As to how they organize, it's simple: they use various online sites and tools that are relatively unknown and grant users anonymity in some way or
form (And being Anonymous, I assume they are behind internet proxies at all times)
Here is a list of some of these sites and tools. I give them to you in faith that you will actually use them for good, and not stupidity. I do for my
group. Remember, use them wisely:
IRC - an easy-to-use method of realtime communication. Download a free IRC client (avoid non-open source software please) and join irc.freenode.net or
another server of your choice. Type /join #(name of room you'd like) to join and create a new room. Invite participants and prospective participants.
This is Anonymous' basic mode of communication and organization.
Free Mind: Free-to-use mapping software useful for organizing information of all sorts, visualizing relationships, etc. Go to:
brief.ly: An excellent way to aggregate links in a readable form, if I may say so myself. It makes a good landing page for coordination of
operations or operational briefings and the like.
: Semi-anonymous video chat. Excellent for ad-hoc meetings.
: Disposable web based IRC like chat rooms
: Disposable web based IRC like chat rooms
: password protected quick message passing
: anonymous message passing system
: Text based web page hosting; excellent for publishing documents
: Drag & Drop file sharing
: Personal information aggregator. Good for harvesting and sorting through information of your choice.
: allows you to create a site to argue anything, useful for testing ideas
: social networking search engine
: encrypted pastebin
: Personalized URL redirection good for creating faux domains for projects or acting as a project entry point.
: You can use it to create a "newspaper" from public social networking sources. Good for monitoring activity. (no comment)
: Generate shallow cover identities. These are not good for long term operations, and will NOT provide deep cover.
Still, it's always is good to have a few fake identities and fake Facebook profiles.
Well, there you go. If you're pretty 'effing serious and want to conduct SERIOUS BUSINESS (things that might easily get you arrested), then nothing
I suggest on the normal Internet will help you.
No, for that, your only option is to go to Deep Web, and take your chances there. Because that's where all the serious # goes down, including: drug
trading, far-right & far-left political groups, paedophile rings, intelligence agency operations, secret societies, whistleblowers, terrorist online
gathering & planning, and even cults (you would not believe how many there are, especially in rural Russia).
Well, that's all I can give you for now. Best of luck.
You'll need it.