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thedudeabides

Do we have an alternative location to meet and speak?

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 thedudeabides    2,274

I think the TPTB are about to make a move on online forums and other alternative news sources. Not just the Twitter accounts. 

 

A place they cannot touch. like a Chat service or other means?

 

I personally own an Xbox One. We could essentially speak and interact through the new Club system they just added. The voice communication on Xbox cannot be tracked or downloaded. The typed/written messages would all be kept up though.

 

Add me on Xbox Live if ya game or anything. The LastDudeGuy

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 someone    15

What makes you think voice communications via Xbox can't be tracked or downloaded?

 

If you use any device to communicate with another device, unless the two are literally wired together directly with no outside link (which would kind of defeat the purpose of this topic) then the communications will be subject to monitoring and seizure. At least, you should assume as much.

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 Ukshep    16,965
29 minutes ago, someone said:

What makes you think voice communications via Xbox can't be tracked or downloaded?

 

If you use any device to communicate with another device, unless the two are literally wired together directly with no outside link (which would kind of defeat the purpose of this topic) then the communications will be subject to monitoring and seizure. At least, you should assume as much.

^^ he's right! There exists only one form of communication i trust! Physical communication! All other forms of communication should be used with the foresight that nothing is private.

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 Talon    716

Mesh networks?

The article snip below is from 2014.

 

In the last few months, Android and iOS have started to see the arrival of mesh networking apps — apps that can use Bluetooth and WiFi to create a local, decentralized network of smartphones (or tablets). If you want technical details of how mesh networking works, read our detailed explainer. In short, though, mesh networking allows anyone using the app to talk to anyone else using the app — as long as there are other app users in the middle, keeping the route open. Obviously, as more people connect, the mesh network becomes more and more resilient. (The internet itself started off as a mesh network, incidentally.)

The Hong Kong protesters are using a mesh networking app called FireChat. The app isn’t of much use in normal circumstances, but the developer says it was downloaded 100,000 times between Sunday and Monday in Hong Kong. FireChat was also used by protesters in Taiwan this spring, due to weak cellular coverage — and it’s also being used in Iraq, where the government is blocking internet access in an attempt to restrict ISIS’s communication channels.

In Hong Kong, where internet access and cellular connectivity is still going strong, FireChat isn’t of much use — though it is a good way for the leadership of Occupy Central/Umbrella Revolution to minimize any chance of intelligence agencies listening to their communications. If the authorities do cut off internet or cell access, then FireChat suddenly becomes a very good way of keeping everyone up to date. FireChat itself doesn’t solve the no-internet-access problem, though — for that, someone in the mesh network would need to provide a satellite uplink, or some other alternate route to the global internet.

Despite the decentralized nature of FireChat, I think such a network could still be shut down by the use of radio jammers. FireChat creates a mesh network via Bluetooth and WiFi — both of which use very standardized, well-known frequency blocks (2.4GHz and 5GHz). If the Chinese government so wished, it would not be hard to blanket the Central region of Hong Kong with jamming radio waves at those frequencies. But that’s another topic for another day. Hopefully the government’s response to the Umbrella Revolution doesn’t escalate to that point…

http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/191118-hong-kong-protesters-turn-to-mesh-networks-to-evade-chinas-censorship

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 radio doc    372

theres also gotenna and arymesh systems.

then theres ham radio equipment used outside of the ham bands in a "double secret network"  on  empty television slots.

sorry , tyranny brings out the pirate in me,  aaarrrghh!

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