For your immediate consumption, I'm releasing a zine on mobile phone security. It covers the basics of how to avoid surveillance, and it does so in depth enough that you can avoid common mistakes and develop your own threat model.
The world is dangerous, but we can be safer.
My hate for Wikileaks is now scientifically justified.
link 2 sauce: https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3472714.3473628
The actual worst security theater I saw was people who wore nitrile gloves in public but then constantly touched their face and eyes as if the goal of the gloves was to keep the virus off their fingertips rather than off their face.
I completely forgot how many people did this.
lmao burned by wikipedia
I feel like I'm poking G_d's nuttesack with a pointy stick by shitposting like "ayyyy not even feeling nothing yet haha!" Hmmm.
Me waiting to have noticeable symptoms while feeling completely normal.
"Is shitposting about the virus the first thing you did after getting your test result?"
No, I put on a mask, opened the window, then shatposted about it. Safety first.
It's strange that the word rebel when used to refer to people in the "3rd world" conjures images of guerilla fighters scrappily fighting and dying for their causes, but when used by people in the "1st world" it's often libs applying it to themselves for doing minor protest.
I blame XR for this phenomenon.
I thought about just submitting "Håkan Geijer (they/them) is an anarchist" but that felt even more pompous as if somehow on name alone someone should know who I am. Gah! It's a fecking trap.
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