The worlds (or galaxy’s) most notorious “Privacy as a Service" PaaS (according to Hollywood) with domains, VPS and VPN. …vmb6zhdh27qxcatdn647jtwwwui3…

Joined December 2016
Meanwhile @arXiv got this award from Einstein Foundation @Einstein_Berlin idw-online.de/en/news781515 congrats! 🥳 Make science public and free, for everyone!
How many lives has been saved because of the availability of Sci-hub, libgen etc? These resources are key for making things like vaccines and medicines. Still the public are the ones called pirates for spreading the knowledge that saves humanity. Nobel peace prize '22 to Scihub!
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Peter wrote a good thread about it that explains it more
Deeply disappointed in @ProtonMail lately. I have been really glad about their existence, and have even tried to stay positive with the later issues, but turns out they sent @njal_la a demand for getting private user data, because someone wrote about them badly.
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Deeply disappointed in @ProtonMail lately. I have been really glad about their existence, and have even tried to stay positive with the later issues, but turns out they sent @njal_la a demand for getting private user data, because someone wrote about them badly.
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Proton AG (that own @ProtonMail & @ProtonVPN) sent us a demand for getting private user data and take down the personal blog post because someone wrote about them badly. Here is a good thread about it that explains it a bit more
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Internet Archive is under threat - but we're not the only ones. Learn more at wayforward.archive.org/IA204… #IA2046 #InternetArchive25
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How did things go so wrong? We know most of you don't have access to information anymore, so we'll be sharing some history lessons over the next few days. Stay tuned. wayforward.archive.org/IA204…
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More fun replies on legal threats on njal.la/blog/t/legal/
Started thinking back to the day @njal_la replied this to the Ukrainian police.
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Problematic when VPN services also own the review sites. I started my VPN service (now part of njalla) because I didn't know, and still don't, who is behind the other ones. If the idea of the VPN is to feel secure, it makes no sense to go with a service run by unknown people.
"Over the last several years, there has been a significant amount of consolidation happening in both the consumer VPN industry and the (mostly parasitic) VPN “review” industry." blog.windscribe.com/consolid…
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"Over the last several years, there has been a significant amount of consolidation happening in both the consumer VPN industry and the (mostly parasitic) VPN “review” industry." blog.windscribe.com/consolid…
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Njalla retweeted
How to reply on sealed subpoenas: njal.la/blog/iceicebaby/
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Njalla retweeted
PRESSED RELEASE. TODAY, UKRAINA NEED INFOS. STOP. WE STOP. STOP INFO STOP. LEGAL THREAT STOP. REPLY SEXY!!! njal.la/blog/njetski/
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Njalla retweeted
HELO. WE LIKE ELEPHANTS. ELEPHANTS HAVE FISSION-FUSION SOCIETY! TRU! BELIEVE! WE THINK, KNOW!, INDIAN WILL NOT FUSION WITH NJALLA. :( njal.la/blog/furnish/
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We have built (or copied, depending on how you see it) a clean and simple DNS checker check.njal.la/dns/?name=njal…
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Listen to our Njalla team member @brokep - two decades of fuck you to the establishment!
Ep 92: The Pirate Bay Listen to @brokep talk about all the ways The Pirate Bay was attacked and taken down. And guess what, the site's still up 17 years on. darknetdiaries.com/episode/9…
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