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When will Craig Wright's private mixing magic be released able able to use? Originally it was supposed to be available in May.
  461d
He's always said 'May' in every tweet I've seen.
  461d
waiting on opcode upgrade, testing, implementation, and release
  461d
that is pretty weird snuggalug
  461d
maybe you pissed off all the miners so they're deselecting you tx's based on your address, then they broadcasted the blacklist to other nodes
  461d
WE NEED MEMO.XMR
  461d
We need fungibility on BCH. Memo and BP aren't truly anonymous without a mixer.
  457d
www.activism.net/cypherpunk/manifesto.html
  451d
privacy is a right
  247d
Privacy is overrated in the information age. We need to stop cljgkng to this outdated idea.
  247d
At least in the eat we use to look at privacy. Encryption and other forms of active privacy may be all that is left.
  237d
"Mass surveillance is a backdoor into freedom of speech. Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. And absolute power corrupts absolutely." https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjr2bPAyPV7t35MvcgT3W8Q
  237d
@SILENTSAM Why do you give up so easily? As a matter of fact one of the biggest hopes cryptocurrencies bring, and one of the biggest threats to the super big corporations like Google, is that
  237d
decentralization will make it possible to do everything they do but truly p2p without giving away functionality. Users could get the pluses of a centralized service while not paying with their data
  237d
Also that must be such a huge HUGE threat to states which currently collect all the users' data and save it and analyze it because for the first time people could potentially have freedom online.
  237d
I actually like how blockchain makes transactions public. That said they are private if the wallet isn't linked to you officially.
  237d
I am all for strong encryption, and decentralisation. I am more thinking about people demanding privacy for actions done in public.
  237d
I like how blockchain allows the common person to also view, and to analyze spending data. If we can all access it, I like it.
  10d
If NSA decides to mess with your computer, you are done for, obviously. The ISP alone however, you can use Tor or similar stuff (Whonix for example) to achieve a certain level of privacy/security
  10d
So no, there is not "nothing we can do" about the ISP, but the big actors (nation agencies) are indeed able to break into your computer, just like a swat team is able to break into your home.
  9d
I am not saying Tor is the only tool, or that you should trust it completely. But the majority of people want to do clear text chat and browsing, and for privacy doing that most need advanced tools
  8d
Tor is gr8 & valuable, for chat Wickr. I agree there are many others. Privacy is a paramount, majority dislike personal stuff all over the freaking net-space. No big secrets, just uncomfy &unfair.