I created this page to do something positive, help others stay safe using technology (Human Rights). This is home to another Blog of mine detailing things I am working on.
Countering infringements on your digital rights with Tech Tutorials and solutions.
Additionally, creative original code/concepts to help protect you
Most posts are public, organized by category. Certain posts may be private, providing (supporters/subscribers), a look ahead at what I am working on (offers opportunity to finish concepts before taken by larger content creators). Later on, most posts become Public.
Privacy, or lack of it, the largest determining factor in all of our futures. Our collective privacy determines the world we live in.
This is fact.
If Journalists do not feel safe, they cannot report truthfully. If they cannot report truthfully, the public is ill informed, or worse yet, misinformed.)
Privacy is vital to free expression, and in turn a Free Press.
Without a Truly "Free Press" and "Free Speech," one cannot solve problems (as problems remain unknown).
Privacy is a "canary in the coalmine" of sorts; historically, the first Human Right to go under attack.
Anytime/place privacy is under threat, remaining Human Rights are in peril.
Personal privacy/anonymity, Linux, networks. I want to share unique ideas/concepts with you.
(Most posts viewable by all. Supporters gain access to private posts/articles. Membership receive access to unreleased tips first)
Channels on multiple platforms (Odysee, Peertube, Youtube, Bitchute) with aim to help others via video tutorials, writeups, open source scripts/Python, and other offerings to make a difference.
I log progress experimenting with different technologies, sharing my Vlog/Blog tutorials with others.
Join an open, public (private for you), hidden service (.onion) Tor access Git Service (similar to Github/Gitlab). You can use web, or git commands via torify command, or even from an Onion/Tor Router (see Supporter image).
I tend to post looks ahead on this BMAC page. You can see other public works at:
You are most welcome to join, check out, contribute projects/ideas to (Tor Browser Access Only: end to end encrypted between tor clients Hidden Service Gitea server: http://gg6zxtreajiijztyy5g6bt5o6l3qu32nrg7eulyemlhxwwl6enk6ghad.onion
Welcome to start your own lists/shares/projects there, or contribute to existing (ex: new ideas/fix- contributions).
(This) www.buymeacoffee.com/politictech/posts Articles/Videos page is more often/carefully updated/organized (wordpress is backup blog: less posts + lower in search ranking). Anyone supporting work (by being kind enough to buy a coffee) receives only the most unique/important updates by email and additional access to private posts: not published elsewhere (if you like).
I write/create privacy tools/teaching materials for you (depending on donations to continue (every bit helps) this work). Something I believe we deserve a deeper look at (and need more of), to protect Human Rights/Free Press/Speech/Democratic rights.
Free answers to your questions in the comments below (and on posts/videos). If interested in (ethical) personalized Linux/privacy/tech consulting
(see the button), I'm here and happy to help.
I like to experiment. When I come up with something unique I feel worthy/positive for others, I release publicly.
Privacy, or lack of it, will be the largest determining factor in all of our futures.
Your data is collected, sold, scraped, and leaked for nefarious purposes (against the public). 'Leaks'/sales by data brokers take place under something called "plausible deniability." Under this, profit margins are high enough "hackings" can be faked to prevent accountability for data leaks (see: "game theory").
There is no guarantee your collected data is safe. The ability to actively pursue privacy/anonymity (to retain Human Rights/Freedom) is vital to a free future.
We will see this all unfold over the next few years. Another reason open source software (and hardware where possible) has become vitally important.
I promote free (Libre), open source software/hardware solutions,. The beauty in free, open source software (FOSS), is having the ability to know exactly what your software is doing. Even if you choose not to look at the source code. We should all have that right.
If a post is private here it is because it is a work in progress (or exists to give supporters a bit of a look ahead at more personal thoughts/work).
Really, where possible, I prefer to share everything.
I'm here to help others. If you appreciate something I've done, consider a coffee. Or (optionally) join the monthly coffee membership (only $5/month).
Purchasing consulting and/or lessons helps me upgrade quality of content/hardware. Video rendering is hard on our machines (laptop died Aug 2021): microphones, hardware, fund the many sdcards/small hardwares I burn through, offers more time to dedicate, leading to future scripts and open source concepts.
Thank you for visiting and I look forward to reading your comments.
"In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, in the expert's mind there are few." - Shunryū Suzuki
Privacy is essential to Democracy in the age of information warfare.
Privacy is essential to (true) Free Press/Speech.
Privacy is the only Right holding the Power to protect all other Human Rights.
Privacy has been a "canary in the coalmine" of sorts; historically, always the first of Human Right to go.
When privacy is in danger (or under attack): *all* Human Rights are in peril.
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