By r0gu3Sec | November 16, 2016 - 18:51 | Posted in AnonyNews | Comments Off on Can you rely on a corporate provider for confidentiality of your sensitive communications?
Can you rely on a corporate provider for confidentiality of your sensitive communications?

Anonymous is not a club or a group that you join, it is simply an idea, or a collective.

We are not an institution, we are a people.
We are not an organization, we are a movement. We are not a group, a tribe, a flock, or a crowd.

We are individuals, and nation by nation, we are taking back our future.

Anyone can be Anonymous, all you have to do is support it.

Planning protests in your local area, spreading the word/news about that particular operation, spreading information about Anonymous in general, are all examples of how you can help.

Be creative, and do whatever YOU think is right.

Cyberactivism is the process of using Internet-based socializing and communication techniques to create, operate and manage activism of any type.


 Why CyberGuerrilla is needed

Can you rely on a corporate provider for confidentiality of your sensitive communications?

Not only do they typically scan and record the content of your messages for a wide variety of purposes, they also concede to the demands of governments that restrict digital freedom and fail to have strict policies regarding their user’s privacy.

Not to mention their obviously commercial interests put commercial providers at odds with what we are doing.

Government’s practices “full pipe monitoring” and association mapping, which gives them the ability to build a detailed map of how our social movements are organized, worse this gives them precise information about what linkages should be disrupted in order to disrupt large social movements

We believe it is vital that essential communication infrastructure be controlled by movement organizations and not corporations or the government.

 

Help to setup a communication infrastructure

controlled by the movement and not corporations or the government.

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