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13 Sites with 1 Failure Point

http://www.returnofkings.com gets a namecheck in this MGTOW video, hear him out he's talking about how most domain names can be taken down so we need a new system to stop websites from being taken down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sfouc-erQQg

"Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time. In one case 5000 domains were seized by a single court order and the rate of seizure has been going up exponentially year after year. Even gab.ai's domain was threatened over a post "forcing" them to violate their stated goals. The only viable solutions I've personally seen are a combination of jurisdiction shopping and blockchain-based domains (can't be seized without the proper encryption keys). It's the primary reason the mirror domains on the about page are flying under Russian + blockchain-based domain extensions."

He doesn't have much hope for minds.com either, since the CEOs are known, they can be prosecuted for uploaded content. The DNS tech needs to be encrypted, decentralized and anonymous.
03-13-2018 09:50 PM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
I'm glad someone is bringing this to light. YouTube is purging numerous conservative channels, even neutral but alternative news channels like Press For Truth.

I hope that domains aren't next. With the death of the free internet, comes tyranny.
03-13-2018 10:10 PM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
Good info to know. The more they censor the internet, the more offline connections with men you trust will matter. That's why it is also important to build solid male friendships and teach the red pill in real life too.

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03-14-2018 12:25 AM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
If they want to censor you, then they will do it. The Dailystormer is a site I don't agree with, but it's telling that they are offline while child porn sites on Tor and other venues are still active.

The thing is this - there is not much you can do about it unless the bulk of humanity is aware of the issue and willing to rebel. Good luck with that.
03-14-2018 03:39 AM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
They can ban sites, but they can't ban the flow of information.

For a worst case scenario, all conservative voices should have a contingency plan: Put videos and/or writing out on Pirate Bay, Soul Seek, or other P2P sites, where people can just download them.

While it might seem like it would take readers and/or viewers more effort to watch videos or read books they have to download, it's actually easier once you get in the habit. Once the info is on your computer, it's yours and there are none of YouTube's commercials for stupid movies or pop-up Web pages.

Plus, you get to keep this stuff permanently if you want. How many times have you seen a brilliant political video on YouTube, then gone back to check it out again and it's gone? Lots of times. Downloading the content will prevent this.

This isn't 1995. We're not on 56K modems anymore. Anyone can make a video and anyone can download the video in seconds. Hell, on PirateBay you can download your favorite TV show seconds after it airs. On Soul Seek, people on opposite sides of the globe swap obscure albums from 1950.

Since Big Tech can't ban every blog or Web page in history (or the comments sections), it should be easy enough to let people know they can look on P2P sites for the "disappeared" blogs or YouTube channels.

The larger question is: What does it say about our society today that people have to hide ideas from the authorities and behave like the illegal pirate radio stations of the 1960s, always trying to elude the government?
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03-14-2018 03:42 AM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
(03-14-2018 03:42 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  They can ban sites, but they can't ban the flow of information.

Sorry to say that they can and they will, looking for the futur of Internet you'll find the splinternet:
Quote:Both The Economist and WIRED are worried about the “splinternet”. The UK research organisation NESTA thinks it could “break up” the world wide web as we know it.

What is this awkwardly named idea? It’s the concept that someone’s experience of the internet in Turkey, for example, is increasingly different from their experience of the internet in Australia.

Travellers to China, in particular, will be familiar with this phenomenon. Thanks to the government’s tight control, they have to use Baidu rather than Google as their search engine, and are unable to access Facebook or news sites like The Economist and the New York Times. Sauce

Meanwhile YouTube turns to Wikipedia to help debunk "conspiracy theories" spreading on its platform, I don't care much about YouTube as I only watch "non threatening" content but more about what (((they))) call conspiracy theories because 20years ago it was called investigation journalism and if YouTube can do it others will too...

Tell them too much, they wouldn't understand; tell them what they know, they would yawn.
They have to move up by responding to challenges, not too easy not too hard, until they paused at what they always think is the end of the road for all time instead of a momentary break in an endless upward spiral
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03-14-2018 05:11 AM
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RE: Any .com, .net, or .org is exposed to seizure or threats of seizure at any time
(03-14-2018 03:42 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  ...

This isn't 1995. We're not on 56K modems anymore. Anyone can make a video and anyone can download the video in seconds. Hell, on PirateBay you can download your favorite TV show seconds after it airs. On Soul Seek, people on opposite sides of the globe swap obscure albums from 1950.

...

Agree.

In my experience women flock to pirate streaming sites because they cannot understand the benefits of having a physical copy. All end up with trojans and crap-ware installed. One girl I know got the Cerber virus after visiting a compromised site. All of her files lost, including "backup drive" which was connected to the laptop at the time of infection.

May I take this moment to remind you to (offline)backup your important data.

Streaming is convenient and the mirror project is doing it's damn best to make the experience as seamless as possible. It uses Freenet which has negative associations, so an alternative to that might need to be sought.

Call me old fashioned but I love a good torrent download. "Possession is nine-tenths of the law" is an expression meaning that ownership is easier to maintain if one has possession of something, or difficult to enforce if one does not.
03-14-2018 11:13 AM
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