Anonymous 01/20/18 (Sat) 00:19:37 No. 26
the reason why it's significant that most militants are/will be young people is that, young people grew up with these new forms of social control. Getting them to give them up is damn near impossible.
Anonymous 01/24/18 (Wed) 21:47:04 No. 28
You need to educate your comrades, that's given. Other than that, I'm not sure what can be done. I was wondering if user interfaces could be designed in a way to discourage harmful behavior but I couldn't think of anything and it probably wouldn't be that effective.
Trouble episodes #5 and #6 were about relevant topics, maybe that would be an easy way to introduce the topic to your friends.
Anonymous 01/26/18 (Fri) 04:33:23 No. 29
Spoken from experience, it /is/ like shitting bricks with certain people. But it works slowly, we are getting more people to practice better security with organizing. It's uphill but worthwhile, trust me. Having consistent audits and workshops, while using the EFF's model of community security is super posi
Anonymous 02/13/18 (Tue) 02:21:36 No. 50
To be fair to our younger comrades, having grown up with this stuff makes SOME of them a lot better at security than I'll ever be. Technology was already changing faster than I could keep up long before I noticed that I wasn't able to keep up.
Anonymous 02/13/18 (Tue) 15:39:05 No. 53
EVERYONE IN THIS THREAD LOOK UP ENRIC DURAN AND HIS ORBITAL INVOLVEMENTS