Yes but it can just be a burner number.
What do you think they actually have on you? I just assume leave it entirely, to be honest. At this point people who have whatsapp know, and if they are new to different messaging, telegram or signal are both better options.
The recent alliance of pirate academic library Sci-Hub and a blockchain-based domain name system (DNS) was celebrated by the blockchain community. Now, it’s already over.
Less than two days after registering its domain on Handshake, the distributed network for storing domain names, Sci-Hub founder Alexandra Elbakyan told CoinDesk she discontinued it because of the lack of decentralization.
Sci-Hb gets academic papers out from behind the paywalls of scientific magazines and provides them for free. The project has been exiled from various web domains, as well as the payment service PayPal.
I think its good to keep accounts in both - always have back ups - we know the globalists are going after anything they can't control. And services get bought too. I had a VPN that was good but then was bought by an Israeli firm with a shady background.
Same here (Private Internet Access). I also used to use the Opera browser, but then they sold out to a Chinese company if I recall correctly. Things change, must be ready to adapt.I think its good to keep accounts in both - always have back ups - we know the globalists are going after anything they can't control. And services get bought too. I had a VPN that was good but then was bought by an Israeli firm with a shady background.
LifeFunder has already had some successful early campaigns.
The Christian news outlet LifeSiteNews has launched LifeFunder, a crowdfunding platform to help “pro-life, pro-family, and other Christian fundraising campaigns” that often get shut down on fundraising platforms such as GoFundMe.
“The purpose, and mission, of LifeFunder is to help bring essential financial assistance to individuals, organizations, and communities that seek to establish the Culture of Life and change our world for the better,” LifeSiteNews said, announcing the launch.
The company claims that the launch of the new crowdfunding platform “comes at a time when Christians and conservatives are facing increased censorship from GoFundMe and other tech giants.”
The site has been live for almost a month.
LifeFunder has already aided the fundraising campaign of Comunidade Jesús Menino (Baby Jesus Community), a Brazilian family of 42 children with severe disabilities adopted by Catholic Priest Tônio Tavarez. The Baby Jesus Community fundraising campaign has raised more than $30,000 so far.
There is also another fundraising campaign for the legal defense of “RS,” a Polish man on life support who a UK court ordered to be switched off.
The LifeFunder platform aims to provide Christians and well-wishers a chance to help and learn more about pro-life initiatives worldwide, without the censorship that has been seen with more mainstream fundraising platforms.