DNC: Hack attack was actually 'unauthorized test'. by Mnemonic in politics

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Americans live in a police state, but insist that the USA is the most free country in the world.

I refuse to believe every American is as weird as you say they are.

[NYtimes:] If You See Disinformation Ahead of the Midterms, We Want to Hear From You {They are too lazy} by Mnemonic in politics

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Sounds like you are a bot that the NYtimes would like to know about, no?

Tesla's Musk is sued for calling Thai cave rescuer paedophile {happening!!!} by Mnemonic in technology

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Look at Epstein.

Let's hope Epstein tweets when his tesla breaks down, now that might be the drama we are waiting for.

Tesla's Musk is sued for calling Thai cave rescuer paedophile {happening!!!} by Mnemonic in technology

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Though without proof and therefor probably without cause labeling someone a pedo can destroy ones life. Obviously Musk doesn't really care about child-rape, I mean a million dollars could help the police-force out, a couple of million dollars and you can have a mercenary raid.

But no, Musk went on a rant on twitter of all places because of his submarine and later whines to a journalist that he somehow knows he's a pedo. Why didn't Musk report the guy to authorities if 'he knows'. So either he:

  • Talks bullshit

  • Knows the truth but does nothing with it except for drama tweeting and journalist shaming but for some reason keeps the proof under wraps

He's such a shit person if he has the proof and let's the pedo walk free for, what is it now, 3 months+.

Either way it is, he's not handling it responsible, destroying a man's life or knowingly letting a pedo walk free.

cloudflare ip ban of tor exit nodes? by useless_aether in SaidIt

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I fixed it!

You'll have to accept coockies from third parties.

  • Goto about:preferences#privacy

  • accept thirdparty cookies and site data

  • oh and enable the javascript of saidit.net

Probably because saidit is getting alot more traffic, cloudfare uses javascript/cookies to validate a browser (to prevent ddos by just 'pings' and such). Only browsers that can excecute the script are real browsers and therefor get served.

Edit: update:

Still about 1 in 5/4 clicks get's an acces denied, but atleast I can login and post ;)

Valve have now pushed out all the recent beta changes in Steam Play's Proton to everyone by Mnemonic in Gaming

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Yeah but "into the Breach" for example doesn't work on my rig :/

But that will come.

Valve have now pushed out all the recent beta changes in Steam Play's Proton to everyone by Mnemonic in Gaming

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Oh man, Wizardry 8 works with it!

Will probably take awhile before Supreme commander, fallout 3/nv, GTA series and all will work. But hey, Wizardry 8!

39+ houses catch fire as overpressurized gas lines cause explosions across Massachusetts -- Unclear if due to operator error or a computer hack by magnora7 in news

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Could also be some 'smart' algorithm: remove read articles from frontpage for more news addiction!

39+ houses catch fire as overpressurized gas lines cause explosions across Massachusetts -- Unclear if due to operator error or a computer hack by magnora7 in news

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I'm my view i see it on cbs frontpage, CNN, reuters, nbc(under top videos on frontpage, somewhere a bit more down) and usatoday.

Not on the guardian though.

Maybe trackers googleboozled you? cookies facebooked you?

39+ houses catch fire as overpressurized gas lines cause explosions across Massachusetts -- Unclear if due to operator error or a computer hack by magnora7 in news

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Hmm, well english (GB) news is reporting it, reuters, dailymail, mail online...

Maybe because there's only one dead?

Edit: I wouldn't be surprised if the frontpage consisted of 'highly clicked content' as to maximize the clicks.

Google Knows Where You’ve Been, but Does It Know Who You Are? by Vigte in technology

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startpage.com as search engine

yalp as android play store

remove all google related apps and sub apps, with yalp you can update your 'normal apps'

ignore app that whine about google-play-services, they still work fine.

Your own mail adres/domain/site is about 5-6 euro's a month (that's with site hosting, without it's about 3-5 euro (only mail)) + yearly domain expenses. So for one pack of smokes a month you can avoid twice the cancer: 1 less pack of smokes and 1 domain + about 5 mail adresses and a site.

hooktube instead of youtube. youtube-dl (python package) to directly download/stream youtube vid into your own media player. (also works for other video sites, has a BIG api on what to do with playlists etc.)

Oh and don't use chrome/chromium, firefox and palemoon are nice too.

Newb friendly linux-distros:

  • Manjaro (arch for newbs)

  • Ubuntu [xubuntu/lubuntu for low specs desktops/laptops] (the original newb distro)

FBI secretly swoops on space observatory and won't say why by Mnemonic in conspiracy

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Yeah could very well be, the source didn't warrant a separate link submission ;)

The comments are topnotch though.

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Exactly!

Because there may be good links out there in subs you are not subscribed to and these could be a way to discover them (and discover new subs to subscribe to).

For now it's still okay to be subbed to all, so more a future thing.

Alex Jones is Bill Hicks - If you haven't see this the this will blow your mind. by Tom_Bombadil in conspiracy

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Alex jones himself is freaked out by that people think this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFF8Cjj2_xE And he makes a good point. (and then there is the conpiracy dude again... can't find a real clip and too lazy to search the whole episode for the time stamp)

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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If you had chosen another name, nobody would know. So no problem as far as I know. We also have another one who does that.

WASABI OREO REVIEW VIDEO by dgtronic in videos

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If you want to sample something nice, try Stroopwafels ;)

Today, Europe Lost The Internet. Now, We Fight Back. by Mnemonic in Europe

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Well it depends, it's still up to the 'real' legislation to be made and countries themselves can choose how to implement/interpret these new laws.

But yeah it's bad in the sense of that a majority of EU-Parliament members thought 'this seems okay' while they probably can't handle their iPad.

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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  • Top of the Sub:

What is it: Top of the Subs aka 'TotS' would be a sorting tab (like hot/new/funny/top) where the (lets go with) 5 (for now) top articles of every sub are displayed. This would also be sorted then like top, so the different sub-stories are mixed. So if you had a long day, you can get an easy overview.

  • New on the Subs

What is it: New on the Subs aka 'NotS' would be a sorting tab like like hot/new/funny/top/TotS) where the (lets go with) 3 (for now) top articles of every sub are displayed. This would also be sorted then like new, so the different sub-stories are mixed. So if someone is dumping their music library you can visit this tab as still see other posts that are new.

European MPs vote in favor of controversial copyright laws, article 11 and 13 by useless_aether in Europe

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You should post that in /s/funny

Researcher Challenges Clinical Effectiveness of Antidepressants by magpie in Antipsychiatry

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Reading some of the side-effects makes me shivver and I can see how they might make it all worse.

European MPs vote in favor of controversial copyright laws, article 11 and 13 by useless_aether in Europe

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Just a tip: You can use > to quote.

I would like to see a compilation of all the people who voted in favor explaining why and how they think the internet works. Would give Shadenfreude for over a year.

  • But no, they are not accountable in such a way.

Why 13 is so, so bad:

Article 13, they say, is even worse. The legislation requires that platforms proactively work with rightsholders to stop users uploading copyrighted content. The only way to do so would be to scan all data being uploaded to sites like YouTube and Facebook. This would create an incredible burden for small platforms, and could be used as a mechanism for widespread censorship.