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- Tue, 21 Aug 2018 13:09:38 EST sH602Lz0 No.226565
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Do you guys think this would be handy if accuracy increases more ?
Yes the design is shit, its a concept.
And yes the name has a typo.
Thanks for the feedback :)
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Martha Crongerbanks - Wed, 22 Aug 2018 13:27:14 EST 2LCvYhCE No.226567 Reply
How do you plan to make it so that the police in various parts of the world won't force you to hand over the code to them so they can use it as probably cause to search people who use it often and also to further track the distribution networks?
It's a noble idea that would be great for harm reduction if used properly but there's no way you're going to avoid eventual interest from law enforcement.
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Hamilton Munningstone - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 04:40:53 EST G6Iz9b8A No.226568 Reply
>>226567
I'm someone who is pretty heavy on privacy so:
No login/ accounts
No analytics, trackers, or ads.
Stripping EXIF data on device.
Removing full camera pictures on server side, so no visual data can be checken. And cheaper for hosting :)
I don't think any law enforcment can track users, nor would they want to target simple consumers.
I plan to publish it under organisations that have experience with harm reduction and experience in legal.
I agree, that publishing it under my personal name would cause too much legal problems.
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Jenny Brinnerville - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 06:16:51 EST 2LCvYhCE No.226569 Reply
>>226568
Can you find a way to encrypt the images end-to-end? Thing is even companies that do encryption for perfectly legitimate purposes get served injunctions or whatever that say they have to either co-operate with law enforcement in installing backdoors or shut down. Have a look into the history of this stuff in the crypto* scene.

*crypto means cryptography not currency.
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Hamilton Munningstone - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 06:38:41 EST G6Iz9b8A No.226570 Reply
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>>226569
Thanks for the suggestion, I have some experience with crpyto.
However, it seems overkill, since we won't hold any info.
We are just going to remove all the images server side.
There are cases where disposable email services were requested to store information. If that will ever become the case, I'll kill the service anyway.
Love it we live in a time people have to define crypto means cryptography
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Jenny Brinnerville - Thu, 23 Aug 2018 06:46:12 EST 2LCvYhCE No.226571 Reply
>>226570
Alright, good luck. You might get some interest on the bluelight forums and shroomery maybe, they have higher traffic than here.
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William Hengertidge - Thu, 30 Aug 2018 08:36:13 EST NLVxS7es No.226584 Reply
>>226568
>I agree, that publishing it under my personal name would cause too much legal problems.
it wouldnt cause any legal problems because youre youre not breaking any laws
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Thomas Wicklebit - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 07:47:41 EST sH602Lz0 No.226592 Reply
>>226584
True, but I'll probably get some harassment or short-sighted reply about drug abuse.
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Hannah Sizzlemit - Sun, 02 Sep 2018 08:58:23 EST 2LCvYhCE No.226593 Reply
>>226584
People who build encryption systems aren't breaking any laws but they still have to deal with subpoenas from law enforcement who want them to build in backdoors. If the police think they can use his software to catch drug users then he either has to let them in or shut down.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warrant_canary
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Cedric Curringdine - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 09:27:54 EST dqIBLcFH No.226621 Reply
>>226593
If he makes his project open source one can easily compile it for their own device and verify that it's safe and not controlled by LE.
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Thomas Sunkinnone - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 07:48:11 EST 2LCvYhCE No.226626 Reply
>>226621
Maybe. Wouldn't it need to connect to a centralised server though?

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