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Apple Products

Postby Sundara » Thu Jan 30, 2020 1:20 am

We all know that Apple & Zuckerdick demand information and control. If you own any Apple products, something to be aware of is Apple can tap into your products and control them all at any given time.

I was having an issue with my iPad and I called Apple and without giving them any information other than my first name & them having my phone number from me calling, they were able to screen share with me on my iPad with just a quick confirmation button. This could be problematic if all of your JOS material is online. With all of your tech, likely Microsoft and androids as well, they can all be deactivated on another end and they can all become completely useless at the drop of a dime. It wasn’t like this 10 years ago when iPods and all this shit was just growing. They need to activate my plain iPad from another end, one that doesn’t have a sim or connect to cellular. This is something that shouldn’t even be a thing, it’s like it’s not my iPad, it’s theirs too now lol fuck this.
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Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 7:55 am

Unfortunately this and worse is the case with iPads.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby HauptSturm » Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:16 am

apple stock has been skyrocketing these past few months.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby FancyMancy » Thu Jan 30, 2020 12:17 pm

What do you mean it's as if it's theirs? You don't own anything. You just pay them repeatedly, including "your" home, so that you can own nothing. Intellectual property, the digital/set-top box, the modem... everything you pay for does not belong to you. The jew admitted that people give the jew permission to enslave them. If everyone refused, and instead went back a few steps and did some of the things as they used to, then capitalism might just start to suffer... Did you get rid of "your" old phone so that you can get a "better" one (HOW?! HOW is it better, AT ALL?!) which you wasted hundreds on? Did you spend a few extra hundred so you could get a slightly larger TV? You could just get a projector and enlargen the projection, instead of wasting loads of money on a couple of extra inches of plastic. Don't upgrade/update - that breaks things! As for android - apparently, a lot of them were infected, from manufacture or from update, with malware which China enjoys perving over you and spying on you with. google accessed unsecure wi-fi deliberately. microsoft moves menues and options around a bit and charges you more for the privilege of that and the privilege of being spied on...

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Postby National-Satanist » Thu Jan 30, 2020 2:04 pm

I have a Xiaomi, this is dangerous?
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Re: Apple Products

Postby curio » Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:18 pm

Sundara wrote:We all know that Apple & Zuckerdick demand information and control. If you own any Apple products, something to be aware of is Apple can tap into your products and control them all at any given time.

I was having an issue with my iPad and I called Apple and without giving them any information other than my first name & them having my phone number from me calling, they were able to screen share with me on my iPad with just a quick confirmation button. This could be problematic if all of your JOS material is online. With all of your tech, likely Microsoft and androids as well, they can all be deactivated on another end and they can all become completely useless at the drop of a dime. It wasn’t like this 10 years ago when iPods and all this shit was just growing. They need to activate my plain iPad from another end, one that doesn’t have a sim or connect to cellular. This is something that shouldn’t even be a thing, it’s like it’s not my iPad, it’s theirs too now lol fuck this.

Consumer rights have been getting absolutely shit on the last couple decades. Apple is at the forefront of that for consumer electronics, but it goes further than just phones.

Alot of the products you buy, if they're digital, you don't really own them, you're buying licenses to them, which the company can take away from you at any time for any reason without compensation.

Even if you buy physical copies of software and media you sometimes just get an activation key for a license to download the actual software from the company's servers and use it. And dog forbid if you don't have a solid internet connection, because the software needs to phone home every time you launch it to check if your license is still valid, otherwise it will lock you out or do other strange things. Some companies even limit the amount of times you can reinstall their products until they terminate your license and make you buy a new one.

Then there is DRM, that severely impacts the performance of the software and can be invasive to privacy and be prone to false positives and lock innocent people out of "their" own property, which companies say is to fight piracy(even though most of these DRMs get cracked on day 1, sometimes before they're even released) and have the ironic effect of driving more people to torrent cracked software because it runs better and with less hassle than the "legitimate" copies that have DRM.

But this isn't just a software thing. No. Even physical devices have DRM now. Your printer. Your coffee maker. Juicers, refrigerators... in a matter of time they're all going to come with their own DRM. All to monopolize your business and restrict your freedom of choice.

https://thespoon.tech/should-appliances ... consumers/

Amazon' e-readers are well known for their DRM. They can link up with your kindle, view and modify your library and delete any books they don't want you to have. They also decide whether, to who, and how long you can lend your ebooks out for.

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Amazon's Kindle Swindle
The Amazon Kindle is an ebook reading computer that poses very serious dangers to society. When you purchase a Kindle, you are subject to Amazon's Digital Restriction Management (DRM), a system designed to take away rights you would typically have when reading a book.

"This malicious device designed to attack the traditional freedoms of readers: There's the freedom to acquire a book anonymously, paying cash — impossible with the Kindle for all well-known recent books. There's the freedom to give, lend, or sell a book to anyone you wish — blocked by DRM and unjust licenses. Then there's the freedom to keep a book — denied by a back door for remote deletion of books." — Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation
Your basic rights to share, sell, or donate a book are subject to fights with Amazon over the legal and technological restrictions they try to impose. If you try to exercise these rights anyway, you might be violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) -- which could bring severe criminal penalties -- and Amazon can try to revoke your ability to use all the books you've bought.

After you read a physical book, you can give it to a friend or sell it. Not so with a Kindle book. You can donate a physical book to a library -- an institution whose purpose is to continue sharing it for as long as possible. The Kindle's DRM, however, is designed explicitly to prevent sharing and the public benefit that institutions like libraries provide.[1]

Amazon has a web page about e-book lending, which explains that only certain "lendable" books ("lendability" being determined by the publisher) can be lent at most one time, only within the United States, for a period of exactly 14 days. That's a pathetic (and failed) attempt to replicate what was always a very natural aspect of printed books.

In terms of strict analogy, Kindle DRM even prohibits you from moving your books to another shelf. Any DRMed book you buy for the Kindle is forever locked to your Kindle until Amazon decides otherwise (and they show no sign of wanting to give up that control). If somebody else makes another ebook reader (one that perhaps also gives authors a better deal) readers are stuck with the Kindle, unless they want to repurchase the books they've already bought. Like Apple and the iPod, Amazon uses DRM to create lock-in: they don't want you using competing products from other companies.

But the DRM affects you even if you don't try to copy or move your books. Amazon knows what Amazon books you have on your Kindle, and we strongly suspect that it also has the back door capability to view and delete non-Amazon books remotely as well. This is not conspiracy -- we know this capability exists because Amazon has previously deleted copies of 1984 from users' Kindles. It is only supposed to do this if it gets a court order, but do you want your books to be vulnerable to that?

This is why we have decided to rename the Kindle as the Swindle, and we invite you all to join us in tagging the Kindle and all of the the DRMed Kindle ebooks on Amazon.com with the phrase "Kindle Swindle."

[1] Even when non-Kindle ebook DRM schemes claim to let you "lend" ebooks to a friend subject to their terms, this isn't really lending. Your friend needs to identify herself to the ebook seller and enter into their own contract with the seller, and to have a particular kind of device. They aren't borrowing the book from you so much as entering into a peculiar and limited contract with the book seller.


Now keep this in mind when you consider that real life, brick and mortar libraries are switching to digital and remember who pulls the strings in the governments and universities and other organizations that have authority over these libraries.

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Re: Apple Products

Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Thu Jan 30, 2020 7:11 pm

National-Satanist wrote:I have a Xiaomi, this is dangerous?


Apple is very secure, but it can be easily breached on privacy. Anything android can be theoretically less secure, but it can go an extra mile in being private.

Xiaomi is a fair brand, value for money, and no bullshit. It is also less engaged in spying compared to Huawei.

Huawei can be problematic, insofar the Chinese government has spyware already pre-installed. For those who live outside of China, this shouldn't be that of a problem, but to the native people of China, that is a big problem. Or if you are going to travel to China.

The thing I'd avoid is Google Pixel for obvious reasons. Albeit an awesome gadget, it is not something you should put personal things into.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby satanama666 » Fri Jan 31, 2020 1:12 pm

what about Motorola(owned by Lenovo) smartphones?

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Postby अग्निसर्प࿗ » Sat Feb 01, 2020 12:48 pm

For android users I suggest using:

https://copperhead.co/

https://lineageos.org/
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Re: Apple Products

Postby Sundara » Wed Feb 05, 2020 5:33 pm

Yes, fuck yeah for the awesome responses. In conclusion, I’d recommend slowly growing a collection of physical copies of everything from JOS & all other important information. I know there’s ALOT of information, it’s a lot of printing and ink. Start with the most important things.
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Postby HP. Hoodedcobra666 » Wed Feb 05, 2020 5:35 pm

satanama666 wrote:what about Motorola(owned by Lenovo) smartphones?


In all honesty Lenovo has got a lot of bad rep, but I don't believe it's as rigged as people say. It's ThinkPad series has been a "go-to" for many agencies and others worldwide who are in the know. NASA scientists used ThinkPads or Dell for years without problems of information leakage. I'd get a Lenovo smartphone or Laptop easily.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby anonymous666 » Thu Feb 06, 2020 8:49 am

satanama666 wrote:what about Motorola(owned by Lenovo) smartphones?

Avoid lenovo phones with mediatek processors or in fact any phone with mediatek processor. You can not customise them. Motorola phones with snapdragon processor are good budget phones. They have a lot of custom rom support like lineage os and many open source roms as well.

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Re: Apple Products

Postby satanama666 » Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:50 pm

अग्निसर्प࿗ wrote:For android users I suggest using:

https://copperhead.co/

https://lineageos.org/

i tried installing lineage os on my moto g7 power but when i wanted to install twrp recovery from the bootloader screen my laptop's terminal said error:no such file or directory.same with lineage os 16 build
if i try it with my phone powered on the terminal says waiting for any device
what should i do?

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Postby Pirate11 » Tue Feb 11, 2020 11:26 pm

In my honest opinion, apple products are the lesser evil here. Apple can lend your iCloud files to the police etc, but can not unlock your phone or stuff like that. Also, apps have their own sandbox and can not make backdoors that allow the access to the whole system. OS updates (including security updates) are shipped to old devices too, like iPhone 6S is still supported to the last operating system and security features, even if it is a 5 years old device.
Unfortunately this is the opposite on Android phones, that makes them even less respectful of privacy in my opinion.
Android and Microsoft Windows are the worst offenders, only open source software is a guaranteed to respect your privacy, as it is mostly made by individuals and not by greedy societies. I leave you guys a link: Proprietary surveiliance - GNU.
Such things as Linux exist, I encourage everyone to use it - it became easy nowdays as opposite to a decade ago - to not get spied. ESPECIALLY if you have SS material on your computers.
Did you know that everyone can access your hard disk's files by unplugging it from your computer and connecting it to another computer? Your files are NOT encrypted in any way, even if your user has an access password. You can try and see for yourself. With Linux you can encrypt your whole hard disk, so even if someone steals your computer, or if (((someone))) has physical access to it, your SS and personal files are safe and inaccessible
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Re: Apple Products

Postby Apprentice » Wed Feb 12, 2020 4:47 am

satanama666 wrote:what should i do?
Have you tried searching on XDA forums?

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Re: Apple Products

Postby अग्निसर्प࿗ » Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:52 pm

satanama666 wrote:
अग्निसर्प࿗ wrote:For android users I suggest using:

https://copperhead.co/

https://lineageos.org/

i tried installing lineage os on my moto g7 power but when i wanted to install twrp recovery from the bootloader screen my laptop's terminal said error:no such file or directory.same with lineage os 16 build
if i try it with my phone powered on the terminal says waiting for any device
what should i do?


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Re: Apple Products

Postby satanama666 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 5:59 pm

now i know why it doesn't work:in bootloader mode my laptop can't detect my phone
how can i fix this?

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Re: Apple Products

Postby satanama666 » Fri Feb 28, 2020 2:34 pm

Pirate11 wrote:In my honest opinion, apple products are the lesser evil here. Apple can lend your iCloud files to the police etc, but can not unlock your phone or stuff like that. Also, apps have their own sandbox and can not make backdoors that allow the access to the whole system. OS updates (including security updates) are shipped to old devices too, like iPhone 6S is still supported to the last operating system and security features, even if it is a 5 years old device.
Unfortunately this is the opposite on Android phones, that makes them even less respectful of privacy in my opinion.
Android and Microsoft Windows are the worst offenders, only open source software is a guaranteed to respect your privacy, as it is mostly made by individuals and not by greedy societies. I leave you guys a link: Proprietary surveiliance - GNU.
Such things as Linux exist, I encourage everyone to use it - it became easy nowdays as opposite to a decade ago - to not get spied. ESPECIALLY if you have SS material on your computers.
Did you know that everyone can access your hard disk's files by unplugging it from your computer and connecting it to another computer? Your files are NOT encrypted in any way, even if your user has an access password. You can try and see for yourself. With Linux you can encrypt your whole hard disk, so even if someone steals your computer, or if (((someone))) has physical access to it, your SS and personal files are safe and inaccessible

thanks for the link,does moto g7 power have that x8 chip that listens to my voice?
what are the most private android smartphone brands(ideally in lineage os list too if possible)?

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Re: Apple Products

Postby Pirate11 » Fri Feb 28, 2020 11:25 pm

satanama666 wrote:does moto g7 power have that x8 chip that listens to my voice?

Who knows? It's closed source. Most probably yes.
satanama666 wrote:what are the most private android smartphone brands(ideally in lineage os list too if possible)?

There are none.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby Pirate11 » Fri Feb 28, 2020 11:34 pm

EDIT to my latest post, in response to Satanama666, as I read the "chip question" wrong, my bad.

Every smart-device has a chip that listens to your voice, there's no escape on that. Especially smartphones.
Does your smartphone have that chip? Yes, of course.
Does your smartphone listen to what you say? Yes.
Does your smartphone spy on you on behalf of Google? Yes.
Does your smartphone spy on you on behalf of the Chinese communist party? 99% big yes.
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Re: Apple Products

Postby satanama666 » Thu Apr 09, 2020 10:01 pm

pirate11,which is the most balanced iphone between performance and privacy(i guess is one of the oldest)?is it cheap on online stores?


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