A: You're fighting the good fight. You need my backing, and I'm delighted to give it. Your whole opus makes the world a better place.
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Cryptome Archive USB current to 26 June 2014. Evolution continues. Donations: http://cryptome.org/donations.htm
Cryptome Attacked and Censored by ISP Web.com and Network Solutions: http://cryptomeorg.siteprotect.net/webcom-netsol-attack.htm
Whistleblower site @Cryptomeorg pulled OFFLINE due to malware infection: Founder cries foul http://reg.cx/2bgJ (by me @TheRegster)
By sites and outlets is not meant only online, current leader of dirty work posing as clean.
Besides pastes, drops, torrent, implants, hides, Cryptome has over a dozen sites for dispersed distribution, more coming. Got means-methods?
Cryptome has been dispersed. Files will appear expectedly and unexpectedly at diverse locations online and off.
NetSol rushed to reactivate Cryptome. No deal. Henceforth only SM will be used to exchange information. To hell with arrogant dirty ISPs.
If 5,000 Cryptome readers pledged $20, this goal would be reached. For our 5-year plan that comes to about 1-cent a day. Thanks.
Greenwald's No Place to Hide is on NY Times Top 15 best sellers. Help Glenn spread Snowden's free public gift:
Best to support leakers really struggling, unrecognized, all of them unpaid,and quite a few going into debt to keep up the fight. The few leaker successes owe a debt to those not yet acclaimed which enhance the chances of survival for all of them and us doing nothing.
Cryptome Kickstarter to share swarming leaks: online and off, tools and pitfalls, successes and failures, open v secret, shy v ego, 0 v $.
Cryptome Swarming Leaks: Security, Privacy, Submissions, Funding, Staffing, Media, Stings, Betrayals, Hit & Runs. WikiLeaks among students
USG FOIA Ask Me Anything: Expect: How About Never, Is Never Good for You? http://www.foia.gov/
Free Snowden from Journalist and Lawyer Protectionism Blockade
"Cryptome is Ahab, and Greenwald's stash of hidden Snowden documents is the whale." http://xymphora.blogspot.com
Risks of (NSA) Spying Within Architecture (not fully outed by Snowden):
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National Security: What's It Good For?
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In 1995 Cryptome nominated crypto-hero Phil Zimmermann for $10,000 Chrysler Design Award. He got it. More in 1998, none got:
Support Freedom of the Press Foundation for opposing secrecy. Cryptome donated $1,000.00. https://pressfreedomfoundation.org/
Cellphone Selfie by NSA? Celular selfie pela NSA? Mobiliní Selfie NSA?
WARNING: Unlawful to prevent lawful and unlawful spying on Cryptome, Kickstarter and all other sites. Stay offline.
Got NSA Implants? Fik NSA implantater?Oes gennych mewnblaniadau NSA?
Who's watching your DROP BOX? Qui observe votre DROP BOX? Wer ist gerade Ihr DROP BOX?
US Army INSCOM Dossiers Scan of 30,000 Pages Since 2001 FOIA:
Deborah Natsios will prepare series of videos on the physical architecture of spying following the premier shown here, Meet Me At Your Riser. Also on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzSB1__vHoM
Cryptome has been primarily funded for 18 years by its operators with modest funding by donations for copies of its archives. Outside support would be appreciated but the site will continue in any event.
Cryptome publishes documents prohibited worldwide, in particular material on freedom of expression, privacy, cryptology, dual-use technologies, national security, intelligence, and secret governance -- open, secret and classified documents -- but not limited to those.
Crowdfunding for Cryptome, oldest radical secrets-leaking site online: http://boingboing.net/2014/05/29/crowdfunding-for-cryptome-old.html
Cryptome, the original WikiLeaks, launches $100,000 Kickstarter: http://www.dailydot.com/politics/cryptome-kickstarter/
A Radical Pro-Transparency Website Is Raising Money To Annoy Glenn Greenwald:
No 1 Cryptome publication, over 11M hits, terrifying, launched unending war on terrorism:
No 2 Cryptome publication, Bin Laden Trial Transcripts:http://cryptome.org/usa-v-ubl-dt.htm
No 3 Cryptome publication, Eyeball Series, begun after 9/11:
No 4 Cryptome publication, Protest Photo Series:
No 5 Cryptome publication, NSA TEMPEST Documents:
No 6 Cryptome publications, Nuclear Power Plants and WMD Series:
No 7 Cryptome publication: Eyeballing Iraq Kill and Maim:
Media-redacted horror of families of dead and disfigured.
No 8 Cryptome publications: US Army INSCOM dossiers, 30K pages scanned over 13 years (still coming):
A2 sends: Great to see your doing a KickStarter. I will support it a little when I have some money. Anyway, I've been a fan since being a teenager at Cryptome. Over the years I have used it to leak stuff in the public interest. It annoys me that Wikileaks got so much attention and Cryptome didn't - how many thousands of documents must they have been sent from darkest Africa, Israel, Russia and China by now but not put up? All this irritating imitators springing up XYZleaks and fragmenting the whistleblower system. Anyway, as the only site doing what your doing, please build into your new plans some kind of accession plan. I hate to be morbid but we are all getting older. Try to find someone with as little ego as possible (we don't need another Assange) or a way to distribute / automate leaks that can't be shut down. Also the idea of a better search and library with some tagging would be really good - I've often pointed people towards you but they never found what they are looking for. Keep up the good fight. Wellspring of public cryptography, Cryptome, WikiLeaks, unauthorized disclosure, Cypherpunks Archive 1992-98: http://cryptome.org/cpunks/cpunks-92-98.zip (83MB)
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