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How To Take Back Your Privacy

If you are involved in advocacy, dissent, or protest, then you are inviting surveillance.

Anything that challenges the New World Order agenda and the status quo is viewed with suspicion by the authorities. Even expressing an honest political opinion or writing a letter to the editor can trigger a security service like the FBI to start snooping around.

Independent thought and seeking privacy is fast becoming a rare and dangerous activity in America even though it poses no danger to the country. On the contrary. It is the conformist who supports liberty crushing laws that poses the greatest threat to a free America.

 

POLICE STATE SURVEILLANCE

You put letters inside envelopes for privacy, don't you? Encrypting your email is like putting it in an envelope. Otherwise it's like sending a postcard. Anybody can read it along the way.

There are thousands of regulations, prohibitions, rules, restrictions, laws, bylaws, codes, and statutes designed to regulate your behavior. It's common knowledge that any cop can find something to arrest you for. More than ever, ordinary Americans are finding it necessary to protect their privacy from the evolving totalitarian police and surveillance state.

Like many repressive regimes worldwide, the US government defines people who seek privacy as dangerous even though they aren't hiding anything.

ANTI-SURVEILLANCE SOFTWARE

PGP is considered the best encryption software available for use with email...but PGP is under attack. Surveillance teams routinely read and "crack" PGP-encrypted email. That's because most people aren't using PGP correctly.

The weakest part of your email security is you, the user. The most vulnerable point is the manner in which you create and store your original plaintext message. The next weakest element is your passphrase. Next are the PGP files on your computer's hard disk.

CRACKING YOUR ENCRYPTION

"Cryptanalysis" is egghead-talk for using mathematics, logic, and problem-solving skills to crack your encrypted message. NSA can crack PGP email, but it involves a lot of informed guessing and trial-and-error. Cracking a message can take them weeks, months, years, or decades depending on the content, format, and length of your message.

Using "cryptanalysis" to crack your encryption is time-consuming, expensive and is generally NOT worth the FBI's nor NSA's time, except in cases of national security.

If you want privacy, start encrypting!

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