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On 04/15/2017 08:08 AM, b0z0 at SDF.ORG wrote:
> 
> 
> Try privatix vpn firefox addon. It is one click to enable in the browser
> and is free too.
> 
> :  )

Browser plugin VPNs are worthless.

> On Fri, 14 Apr 2017, Cecilia Tanaka wrote:
> 
>> Date: Fri, 14 Apr 2017 23:05:12 -0300
>> From: Cecilia Tanaka <cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com>
>> To: CypherPunks <cypherpunks at lists.cpunks.org>
>> Subject: Fwd: [apc.members] OpenVPN
>>
>> Hi, cute girls and guys!  Hope everybody is doing good!  :)
>>
>> I am still pretending to be dead while finishing some crazy projects and
>> healing a bit, but this message can be very interesting for some
>> researchers here.
>>
>> Source: Private APC Members List. (Sorry, I am trying to protect the
>> sender.  There are bastard Aussie bullies here.)
>>
>> So much violence and fear, so many bombs and pain in the world... 
>> When we
>> have more fears and prejudices than dreams and hopes, there is something
>> very wrong in the world.  A world without privacy, without any security,
>> where we have to protect our children not of pedophiles on Internet,
>> but of
>> our own governments...
>>
>> A Russian government agent tried to get informations about one of my
>> friends using his own kids, asking them about "their daddy's friends",
>> about "daddy's job", and so go on.  Protect your lives and, please,
>> protect
>> also the children's innocence, my beloved ones.
>>
>> Take care and  - if you believe -  God  (or Goddess, Allah, Buda, Kannon,
>> The Mother Earth, Shango, everybody!)  bless and protect you and your
>> dreams.
>>
>> Ceci
>>
>> -------- Forwarded Message --------
>> Subject: [apc.members] OpenVPN
>> Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2017 20:55:15 +1000
>> From: A.G.
>>
>> Dear friends,
>>
>> Can anyone recommend a VPN, preferably run by a member if such services
>> are still being offered?
>>
>> This is happening today in Australia.
>>
>> "From today, 13th April 2017, all Australian telecommunication providers
>> are now required to collect a whole range of your telecommunications
>> data ('metadata') and retain it for two full years, so that it can be
>> requested by government agencies.
>>
>> This data includes information about your phone usage (including texts
>> and your location) and about your Internet connection. This information
>> allows very detailed conclusions to be made about many aspects of your
>> life and there are almost no protections against investigative "fishing
>> expeditions" or systemic abuse of power.
>>
>> With the exception of journalists' data, no warrants are required for
>> access to this data, and there is little effective oversight. The data
>> retention scheme therefore represents a genuine threat to the privacy of
>> all Australians."
>>
>> Source: https://www.efa.org.au/2017/04/13/get-a-vpn-today/
>>
>> A.
>>
> 
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