Do you HINK the private button hides words from the Feds? They claimed during Clinton’s rule to monitor every worn on the www.
I would say private replys only have a chance of being intercepted by the feds if they really archive every packet that hits level 3 peers in this country. The NSA uses a technology names Nora which scrubs all traffic passing through it (at different points in the country). Now this doesn’t mean they could decypher exactly what’s in this traffic, but if they want to investigate a particular person they look for their last associated IP addresses and then pull their traffic based upon that.
I would say if this site and it’s database is hosted independantly and only Jim or his staff have access to it you’re pretty safe unless he gets hacked.
I don't know. That's why I'm asking for suggestions, ideas on what we could do.
Definitely, we have to get involved with other like-minded people and share ideas and plans with them privately, face to face, and www.oathkeepers.org provides this opportunity based on how their operation is set up that makes this possible. Check them out.
Other than the above mentioned idea, does anyone have any ideas how we can communicate privately with each other about plans and ideas?