Hollywood was never without its perversions. Truly shocking vintage footage unknown to most by Eav in videos
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God bless you for doing that job, and yes: our elders should be part of our families and society and thus passing on their wisdom to the next generations, and not struggling to survive in isolation or be put away in old-age homes.
Glyphosate (Roundup) found in rain
7 months ago by expat to /s/science from archive.usgs.gov
Firefox Election Bundle released by d3rr in privacy
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Mozilla something something Soros, can't remember specifics, but repeated fuckery at mozilla, suggest brave (built by fed-up moz guy, similar to birth of saidit) or waterfox (more customizable than brave).
This is the photo that British military lads are under investigation for (more in comms) by expat in politics
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This is the photo that British military lads are under investigation for (more in comms)
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from magaimg.net
Bulgarian journalist who reported on EU corruption, found raped and murdered by useless_aether in Europe
Thank you (article forgets to mention Maltese investigative journalist), bivol.bg is full of those kinds of corruption cases, but such a murder for simple corruption is a bit odd, especially in that neck of the woods, where corruption is rampant ?
Hungary's foreign minister Péter Szijjártó takes on CNN's Christiane Amanpour (2:41 min video)
7 months ago by expat to /s/privacy from youtube.com
How do I make a subsaidit? by sjain_guides in SaidIt
side note re evil google https://saidit.net/s/privacy/comments/4jz/google_alternatives/
Have you looked into her work ? What specifically was the last thing she investigated ?
Nancy Pelosi explainig the Democratic Agenda
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from c-span.org
Before the US invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, the Taliban had almost entirely shut down poppy production in Afghanistan. After many years of US occupation, Afghanistan now produces 90% of the heroin in the world. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy
Time for military tribunals. Kavanaugh is in place. Gitmo has been expanded and upgraded for wheelchair users. Can't wait!
A court in London was told today that MI5 agents are authorised to commit serious crimes, on British soil, without informing prosecutors, under a secretive MI5 policy by magnora7 in Collusion
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The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip on Servers to Infiltrate U.S. Government, Military and Companies by expat in news
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Yeah, maybe not exactly a national security issue (ISS excepted), but can someone buy Lenovo back, pretty please, so that we can all have decent tanks (ahem laptops) again ?
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Well, remember the Navy ship crashes from earlier this year ?
Quote from the article: "Elemental’s servers could be found in Department of Defense data centers, the CIA’s drone operations, and the onboard networks of Navy warships."
Still so sure ?
Especially knowing the steel issue (see my post below) ?
Coincidence or deliberate targeting ?
Exactly what I was thinking with regards to the manufacturing. It would be important at least for crucial digital infrastructure.
Think what was uncovered regarding deliberately low-quality Chinese-manufactured steel that was used to build U.S. military vessels, thereby weakening them. If steel manufacturing can be brought back to the U.S. (thus also reducing pipeline leakage e.g.), surely microtech manufacturing can be relocated back to the US as well.
With regards to your second point: yes, the Snowden leaks uncovered that. But that was on a smaller scale afaik: when a target ordered a piece of tech, the mail was intercepted and the appliance modified. But as you said: those were software modifications. What was uncovered in the article is a much more sophisticated and much larger operation. I don't know if you read through the whole piece (it is quite a read, I have to admit), but this bit simply made me gasp:
"In one case, the malicious chips were thin enough that they’d been embedded between the layers of fiberglass onto which the other components were attached".
So even if you took a magnifying glass to the components you would not stand a chance to detect that. And a company that purchases thousands of servers has zero chance to detect that, unless they pick up on some irregularity when running that piece of hardware.
The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip on Servers to Infiltrate U.S. Government, Military and Companies
7 months ago by expat to /s/news from bloomberg.com
A group of researchers rewrote Adolf Hiter's "Mein Kampf" as intersexual feminism and got it published as a paper in a top-level academic grievance journal.
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from youtube.com
Communist goals: Do that sound in any way familiar ? by expat in politics
Sorry about that typo (should have beeen "do they" or "does that")
Worker Wages in Germany Too High - Merkel and Friends will fix it. by CharliePrimero in politics
"Worker-starved Germany..." ROFLMAO. Who the hell buys this crap ? Propaganda techniques at their finest.
Communist goals: Do that sound in any way familiar ?
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from beliefnet.com
The Clinton-Kavanaugh connection ("Jones" refers to Paula Jones; she never got her hearing btw, only trial by mainstream media)
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from documentcloud.org
Bye-bye CBF IV: Katz (her lawyer) and HRC by expat in politics
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Christine Blasey Ford
edit: old enemies, see: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/4777126-Read-the-memo-from-Brett-Kavanaugh-to-Judge-Starr.html
Bye-bye CBF IV: Katz (her lawyer) and HRC
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from imgur.com
Bye-bye CBF III: Friend In Delaware Was Career FBI Agent With Contacts to Preet Bharara and Likely Together With CBF During Accusation Letter Construct…
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from theconservativetreehouse.com
Bye-bye CBF II: Renovation Records Undercut Ford's Exit-Door Account
7 months ago by expat to /s/politics from realclearinvestigations.com