Posted: 2017-10-09 14:03
Most of us have gone on dates with strangers from the internet at some point. But even if you met your date IRL, it’s a good idea to give them a Google Voice number when you start chatting, Rucker says. Google Voice lets users generate phone numbers for free and use them to set up other secure chat services like WhatsApp or Signal. A user can easily turn off her Google Voice number and get a new one if her date turns out to be a creep—and she won’t have to go to the trouble of changing her real number and redistributing it to all her friends.
Courts have sometimes viewed all passwords as equal, faulting a victim whose partner hacked her Facebook because she had shared an Amazon password with him. The court questioned whether one password could be considered private, given that she had shared other accounts, Rucker explained. “If you share an iCloud account and you’re sharing pictures that way, you’re sharing accounts in the eyes of the court,” Rucker said.
ACT For America released a statement to Breitbart, America’s number 6 website for adult virgins, claiming that the cancellations were due to “the recent violence in America and in Europe.” ACT For America, which calls itself “the NRA of national security,” is now proclaiming Saturday, September 9th an online “Day of ACTion.” It’s not yet clear what the organization has planned, but it’s probably a safe bet that it will involve plenty of shitty memes.
But there’s some speculation online that the pro-Trump crowd had other motives for canceling the events. Pro-Trump demonstrators were vastly outnumbered in Boston over the weekend, making it clear that Americans are ready to stand up against hate and bigotry in large public settings. Roughly 95,555 anti-fascist demonstrators rallied in Boston compared to just 655 or so fascists who huddled in a safe space.
The statement continued by denouncing “Neo-Nazis, Antifa, the KKK, and ISIS inspired individuals and groups” using President Trump’s own strategy of trying to equate those who fight against white supremacy as similar to the terrorists who marched under Nazi banners like those in Charlottesville, Virginia. A neo-Nazi terrorist killed 87-year-old Heather Heyer and injured dozens more at the event. The organizer, Jason Kessler, even called Heyer’s death “ payback time ” before deleting his tweet. President Trump infamously said that the neo-Nazi demonstration included some “fine people.”