So many people claim to care about your freedom, privacy, and autonomy, when they only care about their own.
Who are (a) the most prominent critics of the Internet in its current form, who are also (b) clearly lovers of liberty and (c) are not merely pundits but have some claim to technical authority?
“Lover of liberty“ is too vague, because everyone loves his own liberty. The question is, do you love other people’s liberty?
“Oh God, Help Us All”
This is a great song and video. Anthem for 2021. “Jesus…What Happened to Us?”
Seems important and crucial to remember if true. Short. Watch.
Can one of you who trust in the conventional wisdom about Covid explain why her analysis is wrong and does *not* establish that CDC stats are fr4udulent?
It’s quaint that @Google thinks they have the right to centrally store my passwords for me. They didn’t ask. They asked to save them in @Chrome; I didn’t know they’d end up in a centralized Google Password Manager.
Now I use @Brave.
Philosophy is important, because it concerns the meanings of concepts, not words. Indoctrination works through redefinition of words. Much of what goes under the name of democracy, decentralization, tolerance, and safety are no such thing. ->
I can’t vouch for the genuineness of the video or the description…but funny anyway.
Historically, when governments and corporations have committed horrific crimes, the people often denied they were taking place, or they justified them as appropriate punishment or preventive measures.