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“Your existence is a momentary lapse of reason.”

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 No.41733[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Useful Websites

New repository for various /cyber/ related content:

http://3k5ucky4az46uu3m.onion

Repository for various /cyber/ content - Reupload of the old http://jinteki.industries (RIP):

https://cyberpunk-life.neocities.org/

Tor chatroom:

http://theendgrqykcahkhgd2ny36tefdaqyk34r5bdskwmh3olt6iemxrshid.onion

SFTP server - No traps allowed:

>Address: termer.net

<Username: files

<Password: files

(Please note it does not seem to support non-secure connections through FTP and not SFTP)

Danknet SFTP server:

>Address: sftp://q6i2digirifigwp3263ecgn7yisx6e7wyvqu4jx2m4ipznpan5stgyyd.onion

<username: cyberuser

<password: cyberpunk

(Possibly SFTP-only, like above)

(Don't know how to connect? Go from luser to user, read our docs: https://8ch.net/cyber/lusers.html#sftpovertor)

8chan (Unofficial) /cyber/ Steam Group:

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/8chancyber

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 No.57663

>>57656

As of today it has happened.. (May 2/3 depending on how nosleep you are)

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 No.57234[Reply]

Instead of making a new thread every time you want to share a 水 article, let's just have general thread for all headlines from the cyberpunk dystonia that is our modern world pertaining to interesting happening or the development of new and exciting technologies the gov and corps will utilize to fuck us over

I'll start with a somewhat older news story that sadly broke while /cyber/ was kill

German police bust 'Cyber Bunker' hosting Darknet sites

>German police said Friday they had busted a network hosting so-called Darknet platforms illegally trading drugs, stolen data and child pornography online on servers hidden in a former NATO bunker.

>Seven suspects were arrested in a series of raids Thursday targeting the operators of the "Bulletproof Hoster" service located in what was dubbed the

"Cyber Bunker", police and prosecutors said.

>The servers hosted, or provided the internet architecture for, illegal websites that also peddled stolen data and forged documents, and from which large-scale cyber attacks have been carried out.

http://archive.is/4s12Q

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 No.57693

>>57234

haha sick, cyber af op

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 No.57694

File: 083b62c0e83e48a⋯.png (1.28 MB, 1500x1001, 1500:1001, cyber1.png)

>>57553

damn shweeh af dude

10/10 would drink beers here

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 No.57695

>>57694

the stuffed animals(?) on the couch are uh…disconcerting…

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 No.57777

File: 2b2ab7ea94e1478⋯.jpg (91.92 KB, 640x400, 8:5, DroneShield_ASX_DRO_DroneG….jpg)

DroneShield wins EU police force contract to improve national security.

https://smallcaps.com.au/droneshield-eu-police-force-contract-improve-national-security/

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 No.57788

File: 029ef0a4c312bc3⋯.jpg (370.37 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, DubbelsinFHD.jpg)

>>57777

Checked!

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 No.56389[Reply]

where is the best cyberpunk place to live?

i'd guess not mainland china because its not possible to live there long term (no citizenship for gweilo). although if u can somehow ,then schway

>possibly?

Singapore

Tokyo

Hong Kong

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 No.57732

>>56389

im on a little blue dot in the center of that image of yours, right next to all the akbars killing each other across the sea.

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 No.57740

File: a2a36ad952029b2⋯.png (1.34 MB, 960x720, 4:3, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 560ce0403fa86e1⋯.png (1.19 MB, 960x540, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

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I'm not a believer of considering a city cyberpunk solely based on population alone. If anything you should judge a potential city by population density rather than just raw numbers.

Tokyo is so vastly spread out that it's hard to really consider it a city, as there are multiple regions within that could be considered their own. Also Tokyo, and other major cities in Japan, are too polished to be in the running for a 水, grungy metropolis. All cyber, no punk.

>Manila

Currently 46,000 people/square km citywide

Online scammers, thieves and pick-pocketers, sexual exploitation of minors (both irl and online), meth cartels, and a corrupt, totalitarian leader seeking to punish criminals with any means necessary (drug death squads).

>Baghdad

32,800 people/square km

Considered 'ground zero' for two of the most influential conflicts (Gulf War and Iraq War) that changed the capabilities of modern warfare. Occupied by Arab nationalist Saddam Hussein and Al-Qaeda. Has endured multiple waves of protests that used a slew of improvised weapons against authority.

>Manhattan

27,900 people/square km

Home to large business and tech companies with varying degrees of influence on United States economy and politics, whilst harboring one of the most significant homeless populations in the nation. Large presence of consumerism plastered across the borough, and a police department with questionable past actions

It's undeniable that Hong Kong is considered 'the 水 city', but that's been talked about to death to where it's commonplace to mention HK as an aspiring cyberpunk dystopia.

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 No.57742

>>57740

I don't agree on the way you are judging how much cyberpunk a city is.

In my opinion, cyberpunk cities are based around two variables, first: how much technologically advanced is the city (the "cyber"), and second: how dystopian and chaotic the society of that city is (the "punk").

An obvious example of a city with a very notorious amount of the first factor would be of course Tokyo, a great example of the second one would be the Kowloon Walled City. Combine these two and you got the perfect cyberpunk city.

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 No.57744

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>>57742

Where do you not agree with me exactly? I side with both of the points you made on how to judge a city's adherence to the genre (or subculture depending on who you ask), and I acknowledged that Tokyo is quite heavy on tech as you've mentioned. I think the merging of Tokyo and the Kowloon Walled City would be a close to perfect embodiment of a cyberpunk setting, but I'm trying to make comparisons to what already exists and find candidates that share both factors of "cyber" and "punk" together.

Tokyo is a near-utopian metropolis that has little to no cases of crime and a culture centered on uniformity and not "rocking the boat". The Kowloon Walled City was an densely-populated settlement injected with drugs, prostitution, and gambling by HK triads in the 50's and 70's, which got turned into a historical city park in 1995. These places only fit the bill when we speculate on what a cyberpunk world could look like, while the locations I mentioned exhibit traits of cyberpunk today, albeit more heavy on the punk.

Sure, population density (or population alone, I guess) isn't a core essential to the theme necessarily, but it is such a prominent trope in some of the earliest instances of cyberpunk literature and cinema that it should be taken into account when it's applicable.

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 No.57787

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>>57673

It is a little bizarre to me that so many people bring up Hong Kong in these discussions but almost never mention Mainland China or even the ROC. HK certainly fits the bill but China proper, I think, is even more appropriate when considering a cyberpunk society. The insane wealth disparity and constant surveillance makes literal netrunning a viable and not unheard of profession behind the great firewall.

Rapid urbanization in the last 40 years has contributed to the kind of vibrant street scene, as well as the accompanying squalor and struggle, many cyberpunk media try to capture. The works of filmmakers like Jia Zhanke and Hsiao-Hsien Hou are reminiscent of the infamous Wong Kar-Wai in their presentation of the Mainland and Taiwan. They captivate me in that they are not cyberpunk, the settings and characters are very much real. Yet they feature many of the same themes you find in cyberpunk media by virtue of the society they come from.

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 No.41263[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This board is mostly bickering about what or isn't cyber and what to post or what not to post

Shut the fuck up lets talk about some cyber feels.

>sitting on a rooftop above a crowded city late at night watching millions of lives unfold in miniature beneath you

>exchanging less-than-legal information with anonymous citizens on a darknet forum

>hacking a personal account/network and getting a distant view of a stranger

>navigating a crowd of hundreds of people, and yet feeling alone in their midsts

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 No.57774

I live in a relatively large oceanfront city in the southeastern US. Since the quarantine started things have gotten a lot more /cyber/ for me.

>Wearing a mask, sunglasses, gloves, hoodie and baseball cap makes you anon. There are cameras everywhere here and it has always bothered me significantly but now I feel better knowing I am basically just a humanoid shape.

>Homeless people everywhere.

>Cops no longer respond to certain calls. Get away with a lot more, especially graffiti.

>Rise in crime rate so now everyone is armed.

>Despite everything being closed the neon lights stay on.

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 No.57781

File: 6c7043f3877bc75⋯.jpg (40.9 KB, 440x558, 220:279, SsX1Mgp.jpg)

>>57714

It's a lot simpler than that. None of those things are goth.

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 No.57783

>>57771

I might share some in the next days, though I would rather share them from my old flat when I was still living with my parents. It looks pretty similar. I'm just a bit paranoid about releasing pics of my current location.

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 No.57784

>>57781

A purist trad goth I see.

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 No.57786

>>57783

Understandable

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 No.46845[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

This tactical pocket-sweater sold for a nifty 1305 USD; seems like the fashion trends are going to catch up to our tech pretty soon.

https://www.grailed.com/listings/375624-acronym-j1a-gt

What are you wearing /cyber/? And what do you want to wear?

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 No.57524

File: 5133b17e76fe1ac⋯.jpg (70.68 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, USAF_flight_jacket.jpg)

You guys ever consider fire resistant clothing? The US military Nomex flight jackets is the most cyberpunk FR outerwear I can find and they're probably more practical than workwear for riding a bike. However they're $300-400 used for some reason which is weird because most milsurp jackets are like $50 at the most. Are there any knockoffs that are still fire resistant?

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 No.57526

>>57524

Do you need to be flame resistant while riding a bike ?

Everyone wants technical clothes. But julius dean seemed to wear nontechs. But, I guess that doesn't announce /cyber/.

Uniq-Lo, Ministry of Supply make technical business wear.

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 No.57649

>>57212

based

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 No.57778

File: c654d1bc0ff3707⋯.jpg (24.13 KB, 720x890, 72:89, wru8x547nmq41.jpg)

When I look for "cyberpunk" clothing, I keep in mind that it must be:

>Comfortable

So I can sit around a lot wearing it, whether getting high, spending long periods of time at a computer, or just going about my day to day. Breathable fabrics for tops and pants are preferable for this.

>Flexible

I should be able to go for a run if I feel like it, or move around in VR, or do parkour, or get into a fight, or anything else active that might seem a good idea at any time.

>Durable

Rugged hiking, military, or motorcycle gear can be part of it, if it works with the outfit. Leather, canvas, etc, so long as it is also practical.

>Useful

I should be able to carry things without needing extra straps and things. Good strong pockets, maybe places to clip a microphone, or holster a firearm, or secret away a flash drive or drugs or a knife, Pockets, zippers, strong stitching, etc.

>Future-forward

Cool new fabrics or coatings, maybe a bit of smart fabrics or moisture wicking fabrics, maybe even the use of integrated electronics or conductive thread, some nice design, geometric detailing, something else that's really more style over function, maybe new design ideas that give me a practical reason to wear the item of clothing.

Personally I find that most commonly miitary-inspired clothing works to serve most of these purposes, and the rest can usually be fulfilled by accessories…smart watches, jewellery, bracers, etc.

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 No.57785

>>57778

Yeah that makes sense, basically it has to be practical above all else.

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 No.57748[Reply]

I need to talk to anonymous about a big project and I'm gonna need their help to do it. I'm a hacker myself but I cant do it alone and its definitely in their area of expertise so please email me unknown9003@protonmail.com if you know anything about them.

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 No.57782

File: 0bcfee3168ee720⋯.png (22.49 KB, 726x214, 363:107, capntap.PNG)

Oh really?

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 No.56969[Reply]

https://sapiensanonym.blogspot.com/2019/07/grindfest-2019-and-big-ol-prototype.html

Lepht Anonym has done it again. She's generally seen as the most-ghetto of all the transhuman cyborgs. She more strongly identifies with the "grinder" aesthetic from DOKTOR SLEEPLESS, and apparently has a pain-reaction somewhere between absolute tolerance and romantic love.

She is emphatically not sane, but she does appear to be friendly and her worst sin appears to be medical irresponsibility while on disability of some kind. Considering how many people are fat fucking their way past her on "unnecessary medical costs", I'm not inclined to judge her too harshly.

In addition to implanting (and breaking) her own magnetic implants, she just got a MR3040 wireless router installed under the skin of her arm. It's no longer powered by a battery, but can be activated by putting a wireless charging coil against the skin.

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 No.57022

There is no real advantage to implanting something, when you could just cut your leg off and install a bionic leg.

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 No.57029

>>56980

I would too.

>>56983

But also this.

>>56998

And also this.

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 No.57567

>>56969

>Lepht Anonym

SHe's starting to look a little bit less like she crawled out of a pile of Meth listening to Combichrist these days

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IWFVTA8fQI

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 No.57622

>>57567

Holy shit she aged worse than milk, the fuck happened to her? and she's so fat now

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 No.57779

>>57622

Were I to hazard a guess, probably a result of getting more involved with the tech scene, which is usually feminist and leftist in nature and thus turns pretty much all women into ugly cows.

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 No.57706[Reply]

The future is now, anon. AI, robotics, and material science have reached a point where robowaifus are now in the realm of possibility. We need anons with skills of all kinds: artists, scientists, engineers, programmers, makers, writefags and more are all needed to bring our robotic wives into reality. Come and join our multidisciplinary team of robowaifu technicians and be a part of a better tomorrow.

Join us at julay.world/robowaifu

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 No.57763

>>57761

Sorry about that Anon. We've just been through a false-flag attack and deplatforming. That's a domain parking page. Our 2nd is at

spqrchan.xyz/robowaifu

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 No.57772

>>57741

>>57757

Allow me to translate that for you:

The board owner is a christian and censors anything and anyone that doesn't agree with his religion.

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 No.57773

>>57772

Thanks for clearing that up.

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 No.57775

>>57772

Baloney. I will definitely debate you if I think you're spreading legit fallacies (for example, neo-Darwinism as the solution for life), but I certainly am not in the habit of censoring anyone.

>t. Chobitsu

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 No.57776

>>57775

BTW, I apologize if I seemed discourteous in this, I realize I'm a guest in /cyber/'s house. It was simply that Anon was suggesting a falsehood, and I felt it needed clarification.

Cheers.

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 No.57756[Reply]

Isn't this cyberpunk in itself?

You're literally watching a virtual person play virtual games in a virtual world. 10 years ago, this shit would've been unbelievable.

https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=aqHs4VTb2FU

https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=-6PfbBil8ww

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 No.57764

>>57756

It's not a virual person really, it's just an animated avatar actually. It was really an obvious step, in my opinion, but this doesn't make it less awkward to watch.

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 No.57768

File: 67822abbb41d9ff⋯.png (72.62 KB, 200x200, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

The idea of 'VTubers' alone doesn't really classify as cyberpunk in my opinion. Maybe the projection of human behavior onto a computer-generated animu facade fits the bill, but within that scope I only see it as another way to promote 'waifuism' and otaku culture. It's only when we include brouzouf into the equation where it gets more interesting.

What I think ties it into the cyberpunk genre to a degree is the inclusion of all of the companies that operate the production of these virtual personalities. Kizuna AI is probably the most recognized VTuber out there, and she was managed by a company called Activ8 up until recently where a spin-off corporation named Kizuna Ai Co. Ltd was launched less than a week ago:

https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2020-04-25/nozomi-kasuga-confirms-she-is-kizuna-ai-voice-actress/.158960

There's speculation that Activ8's creation of a smaller production team is due to the $6.1 million debt that the company suffered from back in 2019. Those are some big numbers to be playing with for a YouTube channel. The VTubers linked by >>57756 are owned by Hololive Producitons, which are owned by another larger media group named Cover Corp. There are so many companies putting brouzouf into this type of content because it's cheap and has an allure to what the future of entertainment could look like. The investment of virtual talent is becoming all the more prominent, and this phenomena isn't exclusive to Japan either.

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 No.57223[Reply]

CD PROJEKT RED announced a delay in upcoming cyberpunk RPG Cyberpunk 2077

>Previously expected to release this April, the company announced via its Twitter account that the release will be pushed back. Cyberpunk 2077 is now slated for release September 17, 2020.

>studio head Adam Badowski and co-founder Marcin Iwiński wrote that the game was at a "stage where the game is complete and playable, but there is still work to be done."

https://archive.md/AeIVm

https://techraptor.net/gaming/news/cd-projekt-red-announces-cyberpunk-2077-delay

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 No.57750

>>57720

Fuck off kike shill, that's clearly cultural marxism and degeneracy, there's no other reason, fucking niggers

I'm a poltard as much as the next guy but some people really jump the gun at times

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 No.57752

Who the fuck cares about this game? It's proprietary and will most likely require a proprietary, spyware OS to run on.

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 No.57753

>>57752

Based.

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 No.57754

>>57750

<hello fellow poltards

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 No.57765

>>57754

<no true scotsman

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 No.15933[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I never use my smartphone's features and I don't like the idea of having accounts and spyware in my phones software (yes i know about custom roms, my phone currently runs cyanogen, and if i could it would run replicant). So what are some cool old (or maybe new) phones that can be used on today's networks for about $50?
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 No.55631

>>55630

>>55627

Encryption isn't implemented however they've promised to make the firmware and hardware open source once it's funded. There probably isn't anything stopping someone implementing encryption themselves.

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 No.55639

>>55631

unless the hardware can't handle it

even on desktop chips u see stuff like AES ASICs, is an ESP32 capable of handling ZRTP?

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 No.56061

Any input on simple CDMA based phones. Verizon based network works the best in area and the GSM has far more choices, but service is shit at home.

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 No.56367

guess what dingus, "dumb" phones have software that can be hacked to. only now you're blasting your bits out in cleartext while i'm loling on signal, securely.

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 No.57762

I've been using a google pixel loaded with grapheneOS. I cant recommend it enough.

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 No.52043[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I believe UBI is what's going to truly cause the start of high tech, low life on a mass scale when big government, large corporations and banks collude on an unprecedented scale to bring this economic policy about once tech begins seriously replacing people by the millions(this has already begun and will spread into seemingly 'safe' sectors). There will be an uber rich class of elites and then the rest of us.

The idea, doesn't seem to be going away and is actually becoming an increasingly popular solution to future realities of high unemployment levels (and current economic policy failures). UBI is an easy sell to the average person who is, by design, economically illiterate.

Governments, socialist by nature, would jump at the chance to have the populace even more reliant on them. UBI is also a surprisingly popular solution even amongst some prominent billionaires e.g. musk, zuckerberg. There's more but the point is, there's a lot of support for it.

>Here's where the cyberpunk high tech, low life part comes in.

More and more people become effectively useless as tech advancements continues to increase at faster and faster rates, replacing more professions. The fundamental economics behind UBI are broken, (they will inevitably make you poorer and ultimately less than cattle). Supply and demand would be completely distorted, (not to mention the massive increase in people choosing just not to work because why should they) leading to more centralised solutions and control by government and wealth siphoning off to the elite as an ongoing side effect.

However, here's the kicker, as more and more people become comparatively poorer and poorer, their standards of living will remain highly reliant on tech as it continues to get better and better and increasingly used in more of their daily lives than before. The elite especially will become more reliant on high tech solutions. So we're going to have this world of millions of impoverished people heavily reliant on high tech whom (due to economic realities) are forced into shadow economies for tech upgrades, drugs, basic necessities that UBI couldn't provide. High tech, low lives.

I'd advise any young fags here or if yPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.57736

The only relevant contribution I can came out with is that these poor and "economically illiterate" cattle will start seeing technology as magic or some kind of divine thing.

Think about it, with no need for jobs, education is also unnecessary, forming an entire social sector of ignorant consumerists. These people have at their disposal multiple advanced gadgets that make them live longer and happier than ever, all of which surpasses their natural knowledge of how things work.

They could form an entire religion out of technology, with their own rituals and superstitions, just like that Isaac Asimov novel

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 No.57737

>>57736

This is already sort of a common phenomenon, there are people that don't know how does a computer works and still use them as their only medium to their religion, iphone apps with an algorithm which selects your daily verse from the bible and stuff like that. I have actually seen a video of a woman talking about how to read the tarot using yu-gi-oh cards.

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 No.57758

>>57735

That might seem far fetched but the amount of lies we collectively tell ourselves in current day society is quite numbing and it's not all that different (at least in western nations but I don't want to turn this into a pol thread). I think UBI is just a matter of time anyway, maybe COVID-19 will be the spark because who knows whats going to happen after this. The stimulus cheques today might stay in some form as once voters are hooked on free brouzouf no politician will want to be the one to take that away from them. Tech advances will continue.

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 No.57759

>>57758

>Tech advances will continue.

Do you mean romantic or administrative?

>Romantic: something that is designed to evoke some kind of emotion and often grandiose. An example of a romantic advancement would be a new craft to take people to Mars or a new observatory/telescope.

>Administrative: technology designed to help us with day to day life.

Former often depends on access to public funding and latter depends on marketability as well as available funds from inventor and investors.

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 No.57760

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>>57759

Why not both? I was just referring to the inevitable continued advances in any tech sector (however it may be funded) running in parallel to the average citizen becoming less wealthy resulting in high tech, low life societies. I'm just curious what a world would like with UBI alongside whatever new tech is on the horizon. Would it result in a Elysium type world or something like Star Trek (eventually)? Who knows.

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 No.57679[Reply]

this man is evil about Bill Gates: How Gene Editing, AI Can Benefit World's Poorest

videos list:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNbOS4UBbDI

https://twitter.com/i/status/1255906706992828422

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 No.57702

There is no 'maybe' about it. Gates and his ilk are playing their hand. A plan decades in the making at the very least. God is real and on our side. I'm not selling you any belief system here, just giving a fair warning. If you let them stick their solution to this manufactured crisis in your arm, it is game over.

We full cyberpunk now. I'd say it loaded 100% sometime last year. Maybe sept 11, 2019. You know how these scum operate with numbers. That'd make the previous world 18 years old when it died. Thankfully I still got out to Japan to visit that kowloon walled city style arcade before it closed down. No more fun and games, time to be the best John Connor you can be.

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 No.57717

>>57701

Not to mention that the Freemasons were actually the evolution of the stone mason guilds who helped rebuild structures in the medieval Scotland.

In those days they served as a kind of worker's association where masons and architects could share construction methods, advice and information on potential upcoming jobs with each other.

William Schaw, a mason who worked on the palace of James I, decided that they needed a more formalised structure a value system based on charity and egalitarianism.

If they were as insidious as people believe them to be, they would not have public records or museums dedicated to their history.

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 No.57724

>>57699

Naro Neqsar?

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 No.57726

>>57724

Neron Kaisar is the Greek spelling of his name (Nero Caesar) that when translated into Hebrew adds up to those values.

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 No.57755

>>57702

God is dead. Fuck off back to where you came from.

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 No.57077[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

pretty sure all of the old guard's moved on at this point.

all that's left are probably qtards and fascists too pathetic to realize the irony behind them being here. oh, and fbi agents, but we already knew that.

i don't have particularly high hopes for the future of this board. chances are it'll be a zombified corpse of what it once was. but for everyone here who helped make /cyber/ great, thank you for all of the threads, the talks, the everything. thank you for helping me feel less desperately alone in this cold, cruel world.

until we meet again, chummers.

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 No.57483

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 No.57484

>>57481

>communism

>anti-fascist

whats it like being 13?

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 No.57485

File: c6ecf2aa05c4196⋯.webm (7.92 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 911_a_conspiracy_theory_c….webm)

Hahaha, so many triggered lefty-cucks.

>>57484

I 'member. Chasing tail, smoking weed and watching 9/11 conspiracy theory videos. Spray painting anarchy graffiti tags everywhere… Good times.

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 No.57500

File: 8adbd1000fb62e3⋯.gif (4 MB, 500x375, 4:3, MajorAbandonedAltiplanochi….gif)

>>57484

Does seem weird. I think the whole point is anti-authoritarianism and humanism in general.

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 No.57749

>>57233

>Living in constant fear (or not being able to voice a disagreement with the status quo) is no way to live.

Literally how is this different to any modern society?

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 No.57698[Reply]

##cross posting with as many /fucko/ friendly boards I know ##

Was wondering if anyone here knew anything about proper data sanitation when it came to an OS's digital fingerprint.

Say for example hypothetically that one wanted to connect to a proxy server though a neighbors hacked WPA2 Network. What could the neighbors or more likely the feds tell from the logs. The MAC address of my Wi-Fi card, the hardware address of my OS?

Are there any good resources/Blackhat forum discussions about this issue and how to protect ones self from it. I read in Edward Snowdens autobiography that when he was trying to contact journalists to divulge his whistleblower data he used public wifi and Tails as it is a Amnesic-Live OS meaning it generates a new mac address on every restart. Is this enough to protect me from the feds tracing the actively on the hacked network back to my computer or are there other things I should be concerned about?

All suggestions are welcome, I have tired searching or answers be have found no good discussions on the topics.

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 No.57704

>>57698

>The MAC address of my Wi-Fi card

Logs would likely have the MAC address you were using.

>the hardware address of my OS

What would this even be supposed to mean?

>Is this enough

If you are certain that no one will actually look into the logs and all, you might be safe enough.

If someone were going to look into your connection, though,

it would probably be easy to choose you out of a small number of neighbors, no matter how you connect.

Also, if someone knows that you're currently connecting to the network and has access to a couple machines in the area, they can triangulate your position.

>I have tried searching For answers bUT have found no good discussions on the topics.

FYI, if you know the basics about wifi networks, what i have said is obvious.

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 No.57731

>>57698

Currently using neighbors wifi too.

If you are worried about the 'internet police' coming knocking on your door for purchasing bad stuff or just by searching for frazzledrip, you probably wouldn't have to worry,

as it is virtually impossible for anyone to pinpoint you, have the means to do so, or simply giving a fuck about you.

Almost all 'illegal activity' is been traced back by simply been an idiot. For example, posting it on you social page, not using a tor when you have to, buying illegal stuff through the web with no protection, fishing, obvious scams and data collection scripts or browsing like an idiot and forgetting to clear your cookies and history if police coming at your door. You really must be an idiot to get 'caught' like that and almost all of the impending 'danger' comes from downloading malware. So if thats the case, you don';t have to worry

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 No.57747

>>57731

You got a point, but there's no such thing as too paranoid. If OP is going to use someone else's WiFi as an added security measure, he should make sure to cycle his MAC and consider connecting other people in his area to it. (pwn the neighbors neighbor and try connecting one of his devices to it, or if neighbor is properly secured, connect a small wifi enabled board and hide it at a nearby power source)

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