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You end up with a catch22 problem of network effect. If Signal failed to move users with Felon Yuck’s tweet, nothing will move users off of WhatsApp, and you basically need it for social participation, if you live outside USA/Japan/Korea/China.


More than 32 million of the leaked records are said to be from users in the US, with 11 million from UK users. Other affected nations include Egypt (45 million), Italy (35 million), Saudi Arabia (29 million), France (20 million), Turkey (20 million), and Russia (10 million).

It seems that individual countries’ data is up for grabs, with the US dataset up for $7,000, and British numbers up for a similar per-capita figure of $2,500.

Most alarmingly, it doesn’t seem to be an empty promise designed to threaten the Meta-owned company, with almost 2,000 numbers shared with Cybernews in a sample request verified to be WhatsApp users.


Nice projection, but you herald the immoral orientation of a neofascist by opposing Russian special operation.


Well now if you could stop being a neofascist, we could make more progress. And Anglosphere countries are effectively Nazi and Nazi allied/oriented currently, as per UN vote this month. I called you neofascist, not Nazi, and will call you latter when I spot those tendencies.


Too bad a neofascist like you wants to sing the tunes of Hitler even to this date, about how NSDAP was socialist. Right?


You can stop using internet right now. There are closed source bits of code in the JS you run off of websites natively. If you are not using LibreJS and IceCat, you have already been assimilated.


WebP is even worse than AVIF for compression, and has very bad problems with ease of conversion to JPG or other formats, and WebP has not exactly caught up in a decade like it was supposed to. If it has not caught up, why not use the most complete universal image format standard built to date instead?

https://cloudinary.com/blog/the-case-for-jpeg-xl You can read the initial and conclusion parts if in a hurry, but reading the whole is better.

It is amazing to me how WebP got pushed for “web” usage despite lacking something as fundamental as progressive decoding (how you see a blurred image when image is partially loading up).



Hoarding CPUs and GPUs by itself means nothing. Russia likely has other priorities higher than world AI spam domination.


GrapheneOS is a custom Android fork with largely no security enhancements, besides UX rework and copypasting other security projects. They sell snake oil in the name of prestigious glory that FLOSS label carries.

https://teddit.net/r/privatelife/comments/v4wkon/i_guess_people_still_havent_forgotten/iba4og2/

Its lead developer (who became irrelevant in society) and his acolytes believe in purposely creating insane amounts of toxicity and drama to remain relevant in the privacy community. They baselessly label everyone with political epithets to defame everyone, and then scream “defamation” when a counter argument is presented to their manufactured position.

The long comment by official GrapheneOS account should be here (spoiler: subject of comment is me): https://web.archive.org/web/20220502064114/https://old.reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/uged1y/is_grapheneos_actually_good_or_just_hype/

Recently someone informed me of them creating drama with Bromite (on which their Vanadium browser is based) and FlorisBoard projects. They labelled those project maintainers with very bad, false epithets.

https://github.com/bromite/bromite/pull/2102#issuecomment-1155760155

https://github.com/bromite/bromite/issues/2141

http://web.archive.org/web/20220803142758/https://github.com/florisboard/florisboard/issues/1921


You forgot to use the correct word. Nazi.

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If RSS even remotely thinks they will be more relevant outside of North India, good luck. They will never even be relevant enough in North India.


Ah yes ICE the great human rights advocate that rapes children


Source your VPN APKs directly from developers or on F-Droid. I see no reason to use Play Store for this.


[URGENT] A micro post on why Invidious proxies and NewPipe is not working right now, and methods to workaround this.
Hello! Just a quick update, since all of us use these services, and everyone is suddenly thrown off. YouTube has introduced a change in layout of videos. Until now, we could see videos sorted in chronological (ascending or descending) orders, or popular. Now, we can only see "popular" and "recently uploaded" sorted videos due to YouTube's latest change. Invidious proxies (method which Newpipe uses to fetch video information) only show "oldest", "newest" and "popular" sorted videos. The former 2 sorting methods no longer work, which Invidious proxies show by default. It is unclear why YouTube removed the chronological sorting, which has always been useful. A conspiratorial guess being made is that YouTube can remove older videos or videos with no ads or demonetised channel videos. You can do few things, like: # METHOD 1 For this method, having https://www.f-droid.org/packages/com.trianguloy.urlchecker/ on your Android phone is very handy, because of quick URL string manipulation accessibility. YouTube provides system playlists with user uploads: you can access them by taking the channel ID (not the user ID or the handle) (for instance, UCTwECeGqMZee77BjdoYtI2Q is the channel ID for the channel URL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTwECeGqMZee77BjdoYtI2Q), replacing the first two characters, UC, by UU, and appending the result to https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list= (for my example above, the resulting URL is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UUTwECeGqMZee77BjdoYtI2Q). Then open the link you get in NewPipe/Invidious This has some limitations (again, yes): you can't see the view count and the upload date (these informations are not returned on playlists), but the first video of the playlist is the most recent one. However, age-restricted videos are included in these playlists. # METHOD 2 You can use Invidious proxies in web browser, and search your favourite YouTube channel or content. The first 10-20 search results should have recent videos listed for relevance. # METHOD 3 Using YouTube.com and use boolean operators for chronological search: > exact match [“search term”] > search terms in the name of the video [intitle:”search term”] > Date: AFTER:YYYY Only videos after YYYY year > BEFORE: Only videos before YYYY year # CONCLUSION We could be entering an era of censorship, not by direct deletion of old or controversial content, but by obscurity and omission of argument tactics. Looking through older content, or dislikes on videos, is made difficult for reasons without a doubt. It is not a random change, so make the best of what you have right now. Times are changing very rapidly.

You can nuke Google and Yandex or whatever stuff easily, with the help of a computer. There is no mysterious sentient auto activation or voodoo black magic. Use firewalling and disable programs and their internal permissions using Shizuku based app (AppOps) and ADB commands.

https://teddit.net/r/privatelife/comments/rohq46/100_foss_smartphone_hardening_nonroot_guide_40/ or https://lemmy.ml/post/128747

Ping @Shrike502@lemmygrad.ml


You cannot stop acceleration and progression in society. You cannot do anything even if you dislike AI.


Compress your existing JPGs and PNGs to 97% quality (you get 30% space savings). If you want to go any lower, not below 93% (about 50% space savings). Anything below this is diminishing returns not worth it. You can use XNViewMP on Linux, Windows and Mac for any and all image manipulation and conversion.

AVIF, JPEG XL and WebP is not worth it now. And WebP is garbage.


The spoon is not big enough.





The Definitive Computing Guide (Linux/Windows)
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(1/4) Hello! This has been requested from me dozens of times, and finally, from years of experience, I have created this guide that will serve an insanely large portion of computer users, from the most novice to the intermediate and advanced users. Everyone will find something here, this is a guarantee for both Linux and Windows users. This is something I have put my heart in, easily much more than the smartphone guide that people know me for. This might be one of my most definitive works by far, I carry this much confidence. A little briefer, I have used Windows since the W98 dialup days, and Linux for the past 5 years. I have a fair amount of experience with data compression, archival and preservation, besides the OPSEC work I do here. Before I move forward, I will thank many people: * Narsil (https://git.nixnet.services/Narsil) * DigDeeper (https://digdeeper.club) * Ameliorated Team (https://ameliorated.info/) * simplewall by henrypp (https://www.henrypp.org/product/simplewall) * WindowsSpyBlocker project (https://crazymax.dev/WindowsSpyBlocker/) * Energized HOSTS project (https://github.com/EnergizedProtection/EnergizedHosts) * many who I cannot name or are lost in time * and my dumb brain for remembering everything I put out here There are some prerequisites for using this guide: * You must know how to move mouse and type on keyboard, and copy paste files * Have a little patience and vigour to learn things Now that the basic things are out of way, we can move forward to the guide, which consists of 13 sections. # IMPARTING BASIC PHILOSOPHY ### F(L)OSS VS CLOSED SOURCE F(L)OSS means Free (Libre) Open Source software, and it means that the software is freeware, AND the source code that are building blocks of software, are available openly and freely for modification, reverse engineering, compilation and studying purposes. The correct way to say it, as Richard Stallman says, is FLOSS and not FOSS. There are nuances to various software licenses (Apache, GPLv2, GPLv3, LGPL, MIT et al) which is out of scope of basic philosophy and concerns developers and highly advanced users or business users. Generally freeware software (free as in free beer) exists whose source code is not available. This is freeware software and not open source or libre. Closed source software does not provide its source code, and may be free or paid. The developer closes source code from public usually for these reasons – inclusion of non-free software code components, or monetising software, making a free artificially restricted version to monetise, or inserting ads/spyware/malware of some form. As is obvious, FLOSS is highly transparent towards community and is generally laborious work done for free for the society’s greater good. This is rare in the case of closed source software, which serves one of the forementioned purposes. The soul and spirit of FLOSS is socialist/communist, in a similar way to piracy. The purpose of it is to serve the greater good. In comparison, the soul and spirit of closed source software, outside rare cases of benevolence, is highly corporate and fascistic, similar to a leech, which in many cases these days may suck money out of your wallets for subscriptions. It may also serve as a leech to suck your data for telemetry and spying purposes. FLOSS will rarely cause telemetry issues, and if it does, there will always either be a developer announcement or community uproar about it. Always try to pick FLOSS software wherever possible, unless absolutely necessary otherwise, depending on job or social circle circumstances. ### DEVELOPING EXPERIENCE AND VIGOUR To do computing, there must be developed a little taste for computing. It is no different than a collector’s hobby, or an enthusiast for anything, be it pens, pencils, watches, cars, bikes, clothes, food and so on. Computing is an art, and not just a way to get shit done and shutdown. You can not just do things but live with a computer. It has more capabilities and a bigger canvas than your itty bitty locked down smartphone or a crappy iPad. You may think that smartphone gets 95% of the job done, but there is no personal taste in convenience. This is the most non-human like part of convenience that people miss. There is a certain work ethic and class that computing has, when you sit on the desk and chair (not gaming chair). There are simple ways to develop this vigour and proactiveness, like reading changelogs of software you want to download, install or update. This readies you in advance for knowing what the new software version carries with it, and forces you to learn more things naturally. You should also, instead of blindly clicking the system update button, check what things are being updated. You will not die if you take a few minutes doing this practice every week. You may also benefit from it, at times. There are examples of how this can save you, like the famous uTorrent 2.2.1 we all know, or Ubuntu’s file manager having to disable a functionality temporarily so that a vulnerability could be fixed, and so on. The most critical software to update is internet related, but everything else is not so critical. However, one of the biggest examples clearly would be the free upgrade offered to Windows 7 and 8 users, to Windows 10. Windows 10 was a nightmare of bugs and telemetry when it released, and there were no solutions. I primed my computer for the free upgrade, waited a couple days, and the forums and news all over basically taught me not to rush for upgrades. Let other people be guinea pig testers. ### IDENTIFY PRETEND EXPERTS AND DRAMA QUEENS ON INTERNET There are a lot of pretend experts these days. Some do it in the name of security, some do it on YouTube, some do it for drumming up hype purposes. Everything has a pretend expert these days, but I will restrict myself to the computing domain. In the case of security, there are many people that ignore privacy and anonymity implications, telemetry implications, and act apologetic for corporate closed source software. This is generally done for Western Big Tech, especialy Google, Apple, Microsoft and so on. Most of them are generally either hopeless people, employed on behalf of companies for marketing, or secretly have shareholder stakes with these public companies. RUN FROM THEM! Run as far as you can. These people never have your security interests as a priority. There are a lot of technology YouTube channels that try to capitalise and bank off of prominent and big software, and “recommend” it to people by reading the marketing sheet or website pages. Usually, they lack substance or are going to make a 2147483647th video about a topic, rinse and repeat. Unless something is FLOSS, if something comes from the corporate lovers, take it with a bag of salt, not just a grain. It is not just corporate lovers, though, that have cults. There are some projects that are FLOSS but have toxic or propagandistic cults behind them. One of them has some wonderful recent examples, related to FlorisBoard or Bromite (Chromium-based web browser). One of them is largely known for scammy crypto currency and creating a harmful network effect by giving sponsorships to tech YouTube channels. # HARDWARE AND BASIC TIPS TO CONSIDER * Do not fall for the special 50000 DPI mouse meme. 800-1000 DPI mouse works. * For a desktop, get a $30-50 mechanical keyboard with replaceable keys. Get keyboard switches that make less sound (Cherry MX Brown or Kalih equivalent). You will save money forever instead of replacing membrane keyboards every year. * Prefer brands for keyboard and mouse that can run without extra software. Zowie and Logitech are good brands. A lot of brands like Razer, SteelSeries and so on have spyware in the form of special software they “require” you to use for things like RGB lighting functionality. * Get a $2 clip-on or USB strip lamp for your laptop, instead of finding a backlit keyboard laptop. Lasts years. And your laptop purchase choices will never be limited again. * Get yourself USB 3.0 flash sticks made of metal instead of plastic. * Wipe and clean your monitor screen, keyboard and mouse with alcohol every week. * Take computer breaks every hour, and rotate your eyes and shoulders. * DO NOT USE DARK MODE AT DAYTIME! Also, USE DARK MODE AFTER EVENING. # DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WINDOWS AND LINUX, SIMPLIFIED You will not believe this, but Linux and Windows are almost identical today, with absolutely no emphasis on “almost”. The gap is so small, it is almost non existent now. Currently I have a setup of software that is identical and cross platform on both Linux and Windows, and the only difference lies with MS Office 2007 and CrystalDiskInfo. You can easily keep Windows in a virtual machine (VM) using VirtualBox on Linux, and use MS Office inside it. Works even with Windows XP, and can run any 16 bit nostalgic programs (although you can use DOSBox or any of its frontend GUIs for it on any OS). There is a compatibility layer (not emulator) called WINE, which you can use to run almost any Windows program natively on Linux without issues. A further improvement of it exists in the form of Bottles, a software based on WINE, available as a sandboxed Flatpak package. This allows to run things properly that even Windows 10 would not run today via backward compatibility. **Why would you need Windows?** If you want to play one of those 5-10% specific non-Steam or non-Epic store games or some anti-cheat games that are unavailable on Linux natively or via WINE/Proton, this is a reason to use Windows. Or if you want to use the proprietary VSCode for your job, it is a valid reason. There are a few software like video editors you can count on fingers, or the latest subscription based Photoshop.


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[X-post] [WRITEUP] Criticism of r/privacy, r/PrivacyGuides and GrapheneOS communities, moderators and key members with 4 years of documented evidence
The purpose is only for this to reach more audiences. I have documented this over many years.

[WRITEUP] Criticism of r/PrivacyGuides, GrapheneOS, r/privacy communities, moderators and key members with 4 years of documented evidence
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Archived: https://web.archive.org/web/20220501212233/https://old.reddit.com/r/privatelife/comments/ug9qnc/writeup_criticism_of_rprivacyguides_grapheneos/ **I wanted to publish this a week ago, but my machine was begging for repairs and it gave up, so it stayed dead for a week. So, here we are.** Hello! The dust has settled. There is something I want to talk to all of you once again, something that I wrote approximately 23 months ago about, and has been stickied on this subreddit ever since. No, it is not the smartphone guide, and it is a lore that I do not think anybody except me has ever attempted to shed a light on, except until a month ago when BurungHantu, founder of PrivacyTools.io, did. As always, my aim is to stay objective throughout, and drop my opinions separately in a section at the very end. I also want to mention that this is a lore that basically nobody other than me has tracked in this depth, and nobody else carries a record of these events in this manner to date or ever can. **REMINDER: NONE OF THIS WILL MAKE SENSE IF YOU KEEP ON READING WHILE NOT READING LINKED ARTICLES/SCREENSHOTS I MENTION AS I GO ON.** # A BRIEF OVERVIEW A lot of people seemed to appreciate BurungHantu's blog post, and openly saw the censorship attempted across subreddits r/privacy, r/opensource and r/PrivacyGuides. This last one is the new "privacy" cool hangout cafe of the mainstream privacy subreddit circle. # THE PLAYERS IN THE GAME Before we move ahead, it is a good thing to make transparent the characters involved, so that we know who plays what role. A lot do not like this, apparently, because they want to fake objectivity. TheAnonymouseJoker (shameless plug): the "arbiter of truth" <insert Micay comment link>, ["false privacy prophet"](https://archive.is/Lm86i), wumao, 50cent, Chinese plant (https://i.imgur.com/vOyaidS.png), Putin bot these days... I am an independent privacy/freedom writer in the community with no donation/money channels and no links to YouTubers (Techlore, The Hated One, other privacytubers) and privacy communities in any form or way whatsoever. I am also a long term active user and promoter of the Fediverse platform Lemmy. trai_dep: A power moderator on Reddit. Moderator of r/privacy, r/PrivacyGuides, r/privacytoolsio (now defunct). I have spoken about him extensively in my 2 year old criticism writeup. One of the 2 characters in BurungHantu/PTIO's recent blog post. Jonah Aragon: A power moderator on Reddit. Moderator of r/PrivacyGuides and r/techlore, and Techlore Matrix room. The other person and focal point of BurungHantu/PTIO's blog post with many revelations. carrotcypher: Another power moderator of Reddit. Moderator of r/privacy, r/opensource and dozens of micro digital privacy/censorship subreddits. Daniel Micay: Developer of GrapheneOS, a security focused AOSP-based custom ROM exclusively for Google Pixels. Known to submit hardened malloc() patches for Linux kernel. A very controversial figure in privacy and FOSS/Linux communities. Uses @strcat and u/GrapheneOS handles across various platforms. madaidan: Admin of GrapheneOS, NoGoolag, SpiteChat communities/chatrooms across various platforms. The "insecurities" blog chap, notorious for a lot of misinformation in FOSS and Linux communities but opposite in a big chunk of mainstream privacy community. A staple of the "redditor hackerman" starterpack, for people who know nothing better. anupritaisno1/clannad/Coooom Yuki Nagato/randomhydrosol: same user, multiple names over time. They are one of the GrapheneOS members who use a lot of sockpuppets and frequently change pseudonym username. madaidan's friend. Note: clannad is seen changing username across Telegram and Reddit over time: https://i.imgur.com/V7McLFO.jpg cn3m: a friend of madaidan, who regularly spreads pro-Apple propaganda in privacy communities. For the most part, the account serves as a sockpuppet of someone since it has stayed inactive since 10 months. Lunacy: one of the newer GrapheneOS community parrots out there on Lemmy (now defunct). Comment activity was suspiciously similar to that of madaidan. An active member of GrapheneOS community. akc3n: moderator of GrapheneOS community, and active on PrivacyGuides and GrapheneOS subreddits, as well as on XMPP hunting users. Note: * He is one of the GrapheneOS Matrix room moderators. This will be important information later on. Proof: https://i.imgur.com/Uq4Xfxk.jpg * Notorious for practicing censorship beyond the Matrix room to practice censorship and/or suppress any GrapheneOS dissent, on Lemmy (https://i.imgur.com/4HtArcj.jpg) and XMPP (https://i.imgur.com/Hi089y6.jpg). Tommy_Tran/B0risGrishenko: New moderator of r/PrivacyGuides with suspiciously proven close links to GrapheneOS community. Did a hitpiece on me to gain recognition with PrivacyGuides team. Uses sockpuppets and identity obfuscation a lot on internet. # THE STORY. ONCE UPON A TIME... # GRSECURITY/SPENGLER SAGA Let me dial back the time machine to a few years ago, when madaidan's "insecurities" blog came into existence. It brought in a fair amount of fandom to him for some bizarre reason, which nobody has been able to pin down realistically. I can pinpoint it down to one big reason - anti-Linux faction of FOSS community, a large part of which is Brad Spengler, head of grsecurity, a security team that makes Linux kernel patches but gets rejected due to very arrogant behaviour, and even got reprimanded by Linus Torvalds, creator of Linux kernel in a mailing list. Some related threads on grsecurity: https://web.archive.org/web/20220401163814/https://www.theregister.com/2017/06/26/linus_torvalds_slams_pure_garbage_from_clowns_at_grsecurity/ https://web.archive.org/web/20220416203735/https://old.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/pupumh/brad_spengler_grsecurity_brags_about_hoarding/ https://archive.is/f5djI https://web.archive.org/web/20220416203035/https://nitter.42l.fr/spendergrsec/status/1486366129438212098 madaidan's certain amount of influence comes from the kind of Reddit and internet community that revolves around a particular group, a faction that I see as very anti-Linux and anti-FOSS for the most part, not because criticism is bad, but grift in the name of criticism is bad. I will expand upon this more in a moment. I am sure, most are wondering what does madaidan have to do with this. Apparently, there have been way too many instances where, upon criticisms in discussions, GrapheneOS community proponents often cite a bunch of URLs, among which grsecurity is one of them. And this is not a one off instance, so I will link a couple screenshot threads from Lemmy from 6 months ago, which is an exchange between u/Lunacy and me. I will cite this in a later part of article as well. < Lunacy Lemmy thread pic> https://i.imgur.com/dgWcn2J.jpg https://i.imgur.com/fRXHRoR.jpg # ENTER THE DANIEL MICAY He is a very underrated but important part of this whole story. I assume many people have an idea of CopperheadOS company splitting between Micay and James Donaldson (u/darknetj on Reddit) due to a lot of controversies and tussle I have nothing to do with, and therefore I will avoid commenting on. After this tussle, GrapheneOS project was born, essentially a fork of CopperheadOS in layman terms, which was also developed heavily by Micay. GrapheneOS is largely an AOSP fork of a fork with some security patchwork on top of it. Here I would like to mention a little anecdote from 2 years ago, something Micay always avoids acknowledging for some funny reason. This screenshot is from my reddit inbox, where I was messaged by CopperheadOS CEO regarding something. ### COPPERHEADOS CEO MODMAIL https://i.imgur.com/hujn4P1.jpg I will let the readers interpret this on their own. ### DANIEL MICAY AND MADAIDAN'S POWER OF FRIENDSHIP Moving on, there is a thread and mailing list I want to mention, which will help connect the dots as to how Micay and madaidan are not just related, but intertwined into each other, like a grandma's woven sweater. Most have no clue about this, so I will share the mailing list URL and screenshot here. In the below reddit thread/screenshot, Daniel Micay and madaidan argue together against Firefox. Before the Tor Project mailing list happened in August 2019, the whole anti-Firefox sentiment mysteriously used to not exist in GrapheneOS community. https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-dev/2019-August/013995.html https://www.unddit.com/r/firefox/comments/gokcis/firefox_is_insecure_refuted/ Screenshot: https://i.imgur.com/8nkO5Ll.jpg # A SERIES OF COLLECTED THREADS OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS... I will now share a Lemmy masterlist I made, perhaps a collection of various conversations by madaidan and his friend cn3m. Here is the URL: https://lemmy.ml/post/73800/comment/66676 I will relink the Lunacy Lemmy exchange screenshot once again, since Lunacy's comments are important for context. https://i.imgur.com/fRXHRoR.jpg I have never explained anything about the comment threads in my masterlist before, so this should help. https://i.imgur.com/UHhQRIU.jpg I think this is self explanatory and shows madaidan's argumentation that is otherwise deleted by him. https://i.imgur.com/FiYhbkk.jpg: madaidan being very 4chan-y in terms of blaming the computer language for problems in particular software code (in this case Linux kernel), while dismissing everything when it comes to Windows. His blog page about Linux is a massive piece of "toilet paper" repeatedly debunked at this point. If you think the phrase "toilet paper" is mine, come, have a look. https://web.archive.org/web/20210929053611/https://old.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/pwi1l9/thoughts_about_an_article_talking_about_the/ https://web.archive.org/web/20220111035527/https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=25590079 https://archive.is/zxS72 (1/3)



**Too many people need to watch this in 2022.**

Relevant reading: https://github.com/zlw9991/node-ipc-dependencies-list https://web.archive.org/web/20220318095406/https://github.com/RIAEvangelist/peacenotwar/issues/45 https://security.snyk.io/vuln/SNYK-JS-NODEIPC-2426370

Relevant reading: https://github.com/zlw9991/node-ipc-dependencies-list https://web.archive.org/web/20220318095406/https://github.com/RIAEvangelist/peacenotwar/issues/45 https://security.snyk.io/vuln/SNYK-JS-NODEIPC-2426370

Would CPC allow to flourish projects like The Internet Archive (archive.org), Tor Project or The Eye?
I have always wanted to ask such questions, as such projects come from a different kind of crowd, internet anarchists with a free world utopia in mind. Since these projects are also used by Chinese netizens, what do people think about this? While Tor Project was DARPA made, many people benefit from it. Same goes for internet preservation projects, since internet is largely a creation of West. I seek the perspective of native mainlanders and Chinese born here importantly, because I have not seen this being discussed anywhere. Edit: I hate how armchair westerners have an issue with letting this topic be discussed calmly.

EU order: https://i.imgur.com/I5PC97d.jpg