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Latin Americans and South Asians (especially Indians) love mangoes. In India, we have about 1000 varieties of mangoes. http://www.mangifera.res.in/varieties.php


I got your witty answer, but most people are not going to be so witty. You have to consider the range of how perceptive people are towards witty phrasings to resonate with their sense of humour.


Convenience and taste? Oranges.

Purely taste? Mango. I do not care about getting messy hands, I love it.




Unverified accounts that are not porn companies or pornstars were all purged.


While mass data collection is not hard to stop on website (blocking Datadome JS), it still uses Fastly tracker which even third party apps need, otherwise you cannot login or comment.

Reddit has been part of USA propaganda machinery since many years, as evidently proven by Eglin Air Force Base employees being used as USA government’s troll farms. These days they warn and ban people who call out Russophobia and Nazism.


You forgot all the continuity points and planes of X, Y and Z axis. In all ways is NFT just a virtual money laundering scheme.




And just like that, all FairEmail fanboys, that crap on K-9 so much, switched in an instant!




Ask Japanese how cool nukes are, or Vietnamese how cool Agent Orange is.





Transparency is better. Attempts to obfuscate it allow for USA government style troll farms that exist on Reddit (see Eglin Air Force Base), where they project everything onto a Russian or Chinese or North Korean troll farm.








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
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What are easy to present criticisms of mainstream outlets like BBC and CNN?
While it is easy to use phrases like "use critical thinking", this is not easy for elders or cousins in families to be told, as this is not lucid to understand in a snap. It is essential for criticism to be easily communicable to ordinary people that watch Google Feed or MSN News daily, and I feel that such criticism is not even easy to access or read, considering ordinary people have been cornered from MSM, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and rest of Big Tech and Western media apparatus. If you love your BBC and CNN feeds, avoid this post, this is not for you.
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r/PrivacyGuides restored citation-less slander post as facts, and GrapheneOS community sockpuppet theory is proven correct by one of its members
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/143981 > Mod statement: https://np.reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/rxf02a/theanonymousjoker_false_privacy_prophet/hs1dxux?context=3 > > https://i.imgur.com/LahmNkO.jpg > > dng99/dngray has branded a citation-less slander post as facts. These are the "community standards" of r/PrivacyGuides. Always remember this. > > u/trai_dep, the record stands corrected once again > > Moreover, my theory about GrapheneOS community using sockpuppets is true, as confirmed by... > > https://np.reddit.com/r/fdroid/comments/rxtc14/came_across_this_thoughts/hs1o6no?context=3 > > https://i.imgur.com/JX6uTpx.jpg > > Tommy_Tran = B0risGrishenko (OP of slander post). Thanks for confirming my GrapheneOS community sockpuppet theory.
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r/PrivacyGuides is allowing a personally targeting post with my name in post title currently, slandering me and my smartphone guide
https://teddit.net/r/PrivacyGuides/comments/rxf02a/theanonymousjoker_false_privacy_prophet/ This is one of key GrapheneOS community members doing it, and r/PrivacyGuides has the same moderation team as r/privacytoolsio before, and the main moderator of r/privacy is also same. Has anyone seen this kind of behaviour in overall privacy community? Edit: https://ghostarchive.org/archive/ttkkU reddit post archived
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100% FOSS Smartphone Hardening non-root Guide 4.0
https://lemmy.ml/post/128667 Crosspost but the guide body is so long, I had to break it into 5 parts.
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[TINY GUIDE] How to stay safe from Pegasus and most social engineering malware these days
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/74540 > Hello! I think it is a nice time to re-mention some 101 tips of IT security for folks here, that I also practice. Pegasus malware investigation will be big news for a good while, so the more awareness it helps spread, the better. > > # RULE 1 > > DO NOT CLICK ON RANDOM SMS AND EMAIL LINKS. Please, do not do this, ever. Just do not do it. Do not do it. Do not do it. Do not do it. > > Yes, that is how many times I repeated that line. That is how important this rule is. > > Also, do not download random email attachments. > > Phishing is such a common tactic that one would think this problem has been solved by now, but it has not. > > # RULE 2 > > Keep OFF auto download of photos, videos, documents and so on on WhatsApp, Signal and such apps. > > Drive by downloads being self executable surprise bombs is not a new thing. Basically, this rule is similar to keeping off AutoPlay for external USB sticks on Windows computers. > > # RULE 3 > > Avoid using popular software too much. > > I get it, this is a hard rule to workaround considering how much we need to use WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram and so on, so it is a lot better to compartmentalise your activities among multiple messengers. > > Pegasus and a lot of specialised malware uses zero-days to be able to design zero click deployment tricks, which is what these government surveillance tools are good at reserving. They use their millions of dollars of funding and R&D properly, so you have to be careful. > > As an example, try to keep WhatsApp internet turned off most of the times via NetGuard, and turn it on only when needed, a good method I have earlier suggested as well in my smartphone hardening guide. > > # CONCLUSION > > Those were some thoughts on the top of my head, before I go to sleep. Stay safe against surveillance! And feel free to ask whatever you want to!
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https://lemmy.ml/post/69064 They did it before too. Admins? Mods? [@dessalines@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/dessalines) [@nutomic@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/nutomic) [@AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/AgreeableLandscape)
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The heck is this nonsense? Instance admins please take note of this attempt to mislead the community members. [@nutomic@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/nutomic) [@dessalines@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/dessalines) [@AgreeableLandscape@lemmy.ml](https://lemmy.ml/u/AgreeableLandscape) Also I made the post discussing soferman's month long comment and post history, if anyone wants to read and discuss it https://lemmy.ml/post/69058
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[Belarus, Russia] How ProtonMail Lost the Public Trust it Needs to do Business [Moon Of Alabama]
cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/67987 > A fellow sent this to me, providing proof of how ProtonMail is vulnerable to state actors and for any activism or non-regular activities.
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Why does Lemmy look so wholesome even without the garbage stuff and gild award tokens? Why is there a lack of (retro and pre 2010) gaming discussions?
It feels refreshing like the old days of Reddit minus the bad stuff. People discussing hobbies, music, technology and stuff. The one thing this place needs now is gaming discussions.
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