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This Interview Was Conducted on an Anonymous, DIY Cell Phone Network - Motherboard
For the past few years, Gingerich has been laying the groundwork for Sopranica, an open source, DIY cell network that allows smartphone owners to make calls, send texts and eventually browse the internet with total anonymity.
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3 days ago by gardencat
Sopranica is a collection of projects that generalize phone numbers so they're easier to use from computers, tablets, and any other device. Currently, the primary production deployment of the projects is JMP.
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3 days ago by gardencat
RT :
El sistema de videovigilancia chino fue capaz de detener a un periodista en 7 minuto…
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4 days ago by tguemes
Volunteers Around the World Build Surveillance-Free Cellular Network Called 'Sopranica' - Slashdot
Motherboard's Daniel Oberhaus spoke to Denver Gingerich, the programmer behind Sopranica, a DIY, community-oriented cell phone network. "Sopranica is a project intended to replace all aspects of the existing cell phone network with their freedom-respecting equivalents," says Gingerich. "Taking out all the basement firmware on the cellphone, the towers that track your location, the payment methods that track who you are and who owns the number, and replacing it so we can have the same functionality without having to give up all the privacy that we have to give up right now. At a high level, it's about running community networks instead of having companies control the cell towers that we connect to." Motherboard interviews Gingerich and shows you how to use the network to avoid cell surveillance.
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6 days ago by gardencat
Trump Is Looking at Plans For a Global Network of Private Spies - Slashdot
The White House is reportedly looking at a proposal to create a ghost network of private spies in hostile countries -- a way of bypassing the intelligence community's "deep state," which Donald Trump believes is a threat to his administration. The network would report directly to the president and CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and would be developed by Blackwater founder Erik Prince, according to multiple current and former officials speaking to The Intercept. "Pompeo can't trust the CIA bureaucracy, so we need to create this thing that reports just directly to him," a former senior U.S. intelligence official with firsthand knowledge of the proposals told the website. Described as "totally off the books," the network would be run by intelligence contractor Amyntor Group and would not share any data with the traditional intelligence community.
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6 days ago by gardencat

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