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Created: 3 years and 3 months ago • Updated: 3 years and 3 months ago
Australia is about to implement draconian data retention and access laws. Can I VPN to duck duck go?

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anonymous
vpngate.net = kproxy . #biopunk
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anonymous
lol. gotta wonder what it is that people say that gets them "This comment has been removed for violation of... " when the topic is harmless.
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anonymous
here are the facts about our emergin POLICE STATE.
http://tottnews.com/2014/10/06/australia...

the threat is only to people with the most to lose.
those are the people whose assets are diminished.
those are the people with the most money and power to deprive others.
what you will discover the conjob of the economic-loan-to-build scam.
this fraud rests on the 1-economy LIE.
there are actually 2 economies; CIRCULATION-BY-LOAN (as in pawnshop to musical chairs) and OWNERSHIP (as in king of the hill, win all the marbles).
The fraud is the perpetration of the relevance of the scam-o-nomics to a good and healthy society which will only work with the implementation of 3 economic boundaries and regulation based on TOTAL RECIRCULATION with constrained incentives and anti-hording regulations.

until then, those who are deprived, defeated, outside of comfort, ceilinged, rejected and oppressed will object in all manners of waves and the horders will do anything and everything to run the table on the populations they can feed on.

this isnt too far OT is it?
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anonymous
You can try vpn but avoid free
posted by <hidden> • 3 years and 1 month ago Link
MyUser
Actually, I'd suggest you use Tor. Harder to set up but it's less likely to be spied upon. Good luck!
posted by MyUser 3 years and 1 month ago Link
SuperSapien
The US is also doing the same called CISA.
posted by SuperSapien 3 years and 28 days ago Link
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