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Is it time to ban all electronics from the US?
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>bidirection
So they can inject those cp packets then raid you in the morning, nice
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>>68009009
>Intel chips all have critical backdoors
>they dont even tell you because is a sure partnership with NSA
Open source hardware cant come soon enough.
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>>68010939
Open source hardware is a big joke
It'll only make sense when the average person can make a 64 bit x86 processor at home
Industrialization was a waste of time
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Just use TLS.

Your ISP can collect and inject Ethernet packets.
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Only if they can be used by normies to thot around on instagram
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>>68009009
US are the good guys, retard
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>>68011010
>US are the good guys, retard
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>>68010995
>Your ISP can collect and inject Ethernet packets.
Not inside my LAN
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>>68009009
You now realize the Five/Nine/Fourteen Eyes exist. Might as well just stop using electronics.
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>>68011046
just don't use networks retard
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>>68009009
Yes goy, keep buying Chinese spyware
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where to buy
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>>68011249
I'd rather be spied on by Chinese than by Burgers.
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>>68011287
t. chink cuck
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>>68011010
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>>68011031
you didn't read the article did you?
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>>68011010
In what fucking universe?
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>>68011287
To be fair, it makes sense to prefer a government with zero authority over you to be spying on you rather than a government that can... you know... lock you in a rape dungeon for the next 50 years.
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>>68012572
this.
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>>68009009
No because I would gladly use a rigged but powerful computer than an open source but useless rasp pi.
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>>68012572
>>68011287
Would the chinks have pardoned Chelsea Manning?
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>>68013301
The Chinese don't have any authority over Chelsea Manning.
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>>68013331
That's what a Chinese would say.
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>>68013348
If you're Chinese, it's better to be spied on by the NSA.
If you're in a Western country, it's better to be spied on by the Chinese.
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>>68009009
>not xraying your hardware to check for shit like this
you're pretty much asking for this, good goy
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>>68013374
>chink spies finally use the information to overthrow the west
>put you in jail for your anime cp
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>>68009009
>99.99% of the time these hardware backdoors have to be swapped in during transit to a target
>act as if they're already in everyone's computers straight from the manufacturer oh god nothing is safe we're all btfo how will we ever recover something something botnet botnet botnet
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>>68013418
>overthrow the west
>with their shitty chink/slav weapons, untrained soldiers and their one (1) terribly outdated aircraft carrier
>>it's got a sick-ass ramp tho bruh
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>>68013492
I dare you to run a Tor node (completely legal)
and then order hardware online
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>>68014992
Yeah, that was my point.
Seems to be an influx of anons that don't understand the >implications of greentext lately.
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>>68009009
lol even amerimutt electronics are multi breed mongrels
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Isn't this a feature of most switches?
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>>68010957
Its ok to be a freetard but you are getting way over the line
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>>68010957
>x86
Why does that matter in any way?
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>>68010957
inspecting CPU dies with a SEM (compared to a reference design) is way, way easier than manufacturing them
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>>68015747
It doesn't, don't listen to the retards that post here
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>>68011010
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>>68010939
>Buy our product, goy, it's open source(TM)! We swear we're following that specification to the letter behind the closed doors of our megacorporate fabs!
retard
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>>68012615
Or you can get something more open than a pi and POWERful as well, like a Talos II or Blackbird
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>>68017272
More important is fully documented hardware that doesn't rely on any magical unexplained binary blobs to operate.

Stuff like RISC-V is great and all, but the whole reason businesses like it is that they can share dev costs on the basic ISA stuff, but keep all their extensions proprietary.
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>>68017419
>spending thousands of dollars for security through obscurity when the NSA can just install one of those backdoors on the board in transit and invalidate all of it if they even consider you worthy of paying attention to
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>>68009009
it's time we ban the US from the planet, 2bh
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>>68011287
dude, what the fuck, no. i'll take a big jewish circumcised spy over a bunch of literal subhumans who would feed me gutter oil then kill me and make a profit off my meat by feeding it to my dog
fuck chinks
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>>68017419
If this was possible it wouldn't be allowed.
Somewhat like voting. If it could change things you wouldn't be allowed to do it. Oh, wait...
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>>68011010
. . . right.
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>>68017419
>the price on that entire thing
Goddamn, the CPU isn't even that expensive what the fuck
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>>68009009
>TS//SI//REL
You know that unauthorized access and dissemination of classified information is a felony, right?
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A jump back in hardware would actually be kinda fun. Make a law where everything has to be free top-down and we'll all be stuck using those low power RISC machines. We can consciously change back to a c-64 mentality and create a real operating function like Urbit only not stupid and pretentious. Force things into decentralization pew pew
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>>68011010
>fund terrorist groups to overthrow states
>give terrorists training
>assassinate foreign heads of state
>infiltrate governments

Yeah no
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>>68011010
based
>>68012356
>>68012554
>>68017113
>>68019654
>>68021007
>>68011021
cringe
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>>68020986
>we'll all be stuck using those low power RISC machines
No, you'd be "stuck" with POWER chips, or if that's not open enough for you, UltraSPARC/OpenSPARC T2
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>>68020177
https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2014/03/firewalk_nsa_ex.html

It's common knowledge.
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>>68013301
No they'd have him cut into pieces and have those pieces run over by a truck
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>>68009009
We should ban paid digital distribution and completely legalize piracy.
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>>68021035
redpilled as fuck, this guy gets it.





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