[tor-talk] The NSA's problem? Too much data?

Anonymous anonymous12 at privatdemail.net
Sun Oct 20 18:41:04 UTC 2013

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I'm using my own/vps to use with my own domain and it's much easier when
you may/can choose what you use your domain for. For example: For
hosting your own site with info about you or something else.

I actually own an 478 socket PC which still is online everyday and it
works perfectly. I have also noticed an interesting thing which is that
it's pretty hard to find email service that hides your own IP address
and this one that i'm currenty using is one of those. I like being an
anonymous 'cuz it's just easier way to go. Even if you want just chat on
email lists.

I know that do NOT run your servers at USA/UK if you wan't your data be
secure. I'm using an Finland provider 'cuz their law does not allow any
other agentcy or anything like that to gain access to your files so
easilly. So if anobody of you here wants an good place to keep your data
save please choose an Service Provider from Finland. Most of them accept
USD, EUR and some other currencys.

I'll attach my PGP public key to this in case somebody wants to chat
with me with encrypted emails.

20.10.2013 20:43, Roman Mamedov wrote:
> On Sun, 20 Oct 2013 18:58:34 +0200
> Antispam 06 <antispam06 at sent.at> wrote:
>> On 20.10.2013 18:09, Anonymous wrote:
>>> What about users own domains? :)
>> Checked that list. Mostly vanity domains like $fist_name@$last_name.com.
>> I think it's the same with car licence plates.
> I am not sure "what about" them, but having E-Mail on your own domain
is the
> only way to have an E-Mail address you can rely on to have any sort of
> longevity while allowing you the choice of providers.
> Services come and go, they change their policies (or even just their user
> interfaces) to the worse all the time. Your domain name always stays
with you.
> With an E-Mail address @providername.com you're locked-in to that
provider by
> the huge hassle of the prospect of changing E-Mail addresses. With an
> @yourdomain.com you are free to choose who hosts your MXes today, it
could be
> a 486 PC in your closet, a Xeon dedicated server in a DC, a VPS or
two, or if
> you're so inclined to trust "cloud services", it could be "Google Apps for
> Domains", "Yandex PDD" or any of the other "bring your own domain" E-Mail
> services which will compete for having you as their client without you
> allowing them to lock you in.
> Having E-Mail at a domain name you own is the ultimate freedom as far
as doing
> your E-Mail is concerned. Wouldn't imagine someone around here would
> the desire to be free just a "vanity".

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