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Resistance Network Radio
57 minutes | Jan 16, 2017
Episode 3 — From the Deep State to the Dark Web
Sarah Jamie Lewis, one of the world's top anonymity and privacy experts, joins Resistance Network Radio for a tall about living in and dealing with the surveillance and security state. Once a part of the surveillance state with British Intelligence, Sarah now works for the people, developing privacy and anonymity tools and strategies. She works with groups and individuals for whom secrecy and anonymity isn't a luxury—it's often a matter of life and death. Some of the things we'll cover are: How data you didn’t even generate can place you at the scene of a crime. Tools you can use: Ricochet and Tor explained. An introduction to the Dark Web. Who you can and can’t trust. The importance of using Open Source privacy and anonymity solutions. Facebook, Google and the other big online services—what you're placing at risk. Sarah tell us that the surveillance state devotes huge resources to monitoring protesters and activists, and walks us through the basics. You can find Sarah at https://sarahjamielewis.com/ Her twitter handle is @SarahJamieLewis And her Patreon page is www.patreon.com/SarahJamieLewis If you'd like to contact your Comrade at Resistance Network Radio, please email ResistanceNetwork@protonmail.com SOFTWARE DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE: Ricochet is the most private messaging application in existence for desktops or laptops. https://ricochet.im/ Tor Browser Bundle
32 minutes | Dec 4, 2016
Episode 2 - Email secrecy for all; Resistance mindset; Journalists-protect yourself and sources
Comrade Raskolnikov explains how you can employ more effective email security than Hillary Clinton did, and, unlike her, avoid getting into trouble that could have been easily avoided. The Comrade continues the discussion from the previous episode about the reasons why effective members of the Resistance keep secrets. He recommends a free and safe method to keep emails secret, a simple way that requires no technical knowledge whatsoever. Comrade Raskolnikov also includes a special note to journalists concerning the supreme importance of using at least minimum communications security, not only to prevent being targeted by an authoritarian regime that wishes to muzzle them, but also to maintain the journalist's pledge to protect sources. The Comrade apologizes in advance for his gruff manner and the total lack of production values in this transmission. The only production value that interests him is maintaining the liberty and saving the lives of all other members of the Resistance.
31 minutes | Nov 29, 2016
Episode 1 - Who the enemy is and why you need to keep secrets from them: texts and phone calls
There's more to the Resistance than phone calls, petitions and protests. As important as all that stuff is, you're going to need some technical skills to survive the reaction the authorities will have to a real Resistance. If you're serious about joining the Resistance, Resistance Network Radio is here to help you learn those skills. In this first episode, we clear up some terminology: what are authoritarians and fascists? What can we expect them to do to us? How do we protect ourselves? What are the first principles we need to know not to let them listen in on us? And why should we care if they do? And in this episode, we suggest a first an easy step that you can take on your road to resistance and self-empowerment, an app called Signal Private Messenger that will lock the government out of your phone, the way they should be. We explain why you can trust it. The coming government has already told us that they intend to curtail free speech and monitor your communications. They have promised to prosecute their opponents ruthlessly. If you've signed a petition, or your face appears in a crowd photo at a demonstration, you are on record. You can become a target. It's time to recognize the need to protect yourself and other members of the Resistance. Stay tuned to Resistance Network Radio for practical information on how to keep them in their proper place. If you're serious about joining the Resistance—and we hope you are—this is where you need to start.
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