Censorship is no joke
It has been a crazy few years in the USA that culminated, IMO, on January 7th, 2021. The day after the Capitol “Selfie” Protests is when all of the large US tech companies started to show their hands. They weren’t hiding the fact that they had NO issue in censoring and deplatforming anyone that didn’t fit their agenda. [That’s some crazy and scary shit!]
If you haven’t seen the movie, or read the book 1984, please take a few hours out of your day and read or watch it. It should and will frighten you, and it should be a wake-up call to action. No, I don’t mean grab your AR and raid government offices. I mean you can protest silently and powerfully by removing these tech Dinosaurs for your everyday lives, and all without firing a single shot.
It is very possible for the silent working majority to make sweeping changes. For example, read about what happened to Fox News, and how NewsMax benefited from it, or how the campaign against Goya Foods backfired.
Take Some Action
The big tech companies are building profiles on everyone about everything and sharing it with people that you don’t even know exist! They know where you go, what you eat, what you watch, and it is NO longer being used to sell you stuff. They are also using advanced AI-like algos for prediction services, that I’m sure is being fed to Alphabet Agencies around the world. Stuff that probably makes Snowden squeamish.
Start deplatforming them, and stop using ALL of their services. Even stop paying to use their advertising channels. We did!
There are Sane Alternatives
There are many alternatives to avoid and protect against the above Big Censorship Tech Brothers, you’ll just have to do your homework. For starters, you can start using DuckDuckGo for search, and for a cool browser with some really great built-in security features we strongly recommend Opera. It’s also a publicly traded company. [ADR: OPRA]
One of the best features we like is the built-in VPN. The built-in ad blocker works great too! Opera is light-weight, fast, and the company seems to be taking privacy very seriously. Plus, they are from Norway! Far from US shores.
aMiSTACX and Privacy
aMiSTACX takes privacy and security very very seriously. We don’t care what you do or how you do it. Even if you are doing some illegal shit, it’s not up to aMiSTACX to act as a form of Internet enforcer. All of our stacks use default paths, default installs, all aMiSTACX modules are encrypted, and A51 is NOT open to the general public.
We have removed almost all third party sharing on amistacx.com except a links to Y/T, LinkedIn, and WhatsApp; probably will be leaving Y/T for good later this year.
We also go out of our way to avoid having any of your personal information, such as your email address, when corresponding with us. [We have 24/7/365 Bot Service that helps avoid human contact, and we have NO annoying newsletters.]
Let’s ALL join together and stop this Orwellian censorship nightmare before we start nuking each other.