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Victory through technology.


Now, what I am proposing here would have fucking horrified me 5 years ago, talk about big brother.

Since then, I have been the victim of a False Rape Accusation, and as a result I encountered a type of data system failure that I had NOT planned for, having all my equipment seized by the police (the ex bitch also accused me of having computers full of kiddie porn)

I was proof against hardware failure, theft, fire, EMP, even one entire building / site burning down and being and then being drowned by the fire brigade, but I had not planned for a bunch of State wimminz gestapo turning up with warrants…

Lacking those computer records meant that I was unable to simply fire up a session and start burning CD/DVD’s full of proof that I was innocent of all the evil and disgusting things I was accused of, which meant it was nearly two years before the Police decided it was a wild goose chase and gave me 100% of my shit back.

Read that last line again, I got 100% of my shit back, that tells you everything you need to know about the accusations, even one illegal pirate copy of Titanic is enough to get ALL your gear destroyed.

So, now as a post FRA (False Rape Accused) my ideas are diametrically opposed, I’m gonna be tracked and traced anyway, why not embrace it, and protect myself for the future.

I have discussed this elsewhere in general, but now I will deal with specifics.

  1. Go out and buy a recent Android smart-phone, such as the Nexus S or Galaxy S.

That’s it, that’s all you need to acquire.

  1. Create a Google Gmail account for your email.
  2. Create a Google calendar for your schedules / diary.

RTFM (Read The Fucking Manual) for the smart-phone, or bug someone like me for tips on how to set it up.

What you get, FOR FREE, and “in the cloud” so proof against all the usual data loss scenarios, and also proof against seizure by the Police, is the following, all of which are instantly accessible to you or your legal representative, and which is itself (being in the cloud) free of suspicion of electronic forgery by you;

  1. Every email you send or receive, complete with attachments, is stored on G-mail.
  2. Every SMS/text message and attachment you send and receive, is stored on G-mail.
  3. Every phone call in and out, is stored on G-mail.
  4. Your GPS position to within 10 metres, is stored on G-mail, thanks to Google Latitude and Check-in and indeed Google Buzz

It doesn’t matter which side (smart-phone or laptop logged into your google page) of the technology you use, the two sync to each other automatically and almost instantly.

Today I just added an appointment to collect someone from Heathrow airport, I put it the time, the map location, the flight info link, in Google Calendar, click save and 10 seconds later it has been synced to my phone, which means it will alert me when the flight is due, walk out to the car, and use the phone GPS and Google Navigation to the pick up point out side Terminal 3, it is absolutely fucking magic, it is free, and it is proof against seizure.

It is also exactly what I was missing when I was accused, who the fuck knows where they were on a given Tuesday afternoon in February x years ago???

Thanks to this FREE technology, I now do / will.

In theory I have lost some privacy, but it was all fucking illusory anyway, as were all my rights, all it takes is one wimminz to make an FRA and your privacy, rights and decency just left the fucking building, never to come back.

In practice I am accumulating legally credible and vastly detailed records of not only my movements, but also all my interactions with other human beings, and wimminz.

5 Comments »

  1. I feel for men accused as you have been. Your advice is sound. Keep up the good work.

    Comment by saiga 12 is love — April 6, 2011 @ 8:17 pm

  2. To back up your call records and SMS messages, grab a copy of
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zegoggles.smssync&hl=en

    Create a “call records” folder and an “SMS” folder in your gmail inbox, and configure the app above with thye gmail account login and password. Job done.

    Comment by wimminz — November 24, 2012 @ 6:39 pm

  3. The last two years I reduced my online activities and looked for means to become less traceable – an online stealth strategy. I used infos from site like prism-break.org, stopped using Gmail and so on. It’s a lot of work, quite a lot of inconveniences are involved and ultimately they (Google, MS, Apple, NSA … and thousands of others) will still have too much data in their hands for me to say I have “gone dark”.

    They are winning. Only when there is a consensus in the broad public that data mining privacy is a criminal activity will the trend reverse. This will only happen following a totalitarian drama of Soviet/Nazi proportions and this is decades away.

    The only way is to go offline entirely: no internet, no mobile phone. An even then they will monitor your phone land-line, CCTV me every day and what not. So, after almost two years of effort I have come to the conclusion that the the hydra cannot be escaped, a thought that left me discouraged.

    I like your approach, which is basically to beat them with their own weapons. I will incorporate it in my strategy. At times this will make me less stealthy, but I think it’s a good trade-off.

    Thank you.

    Comment by Wake — January 6, 2014 @ 10:48 am

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