“His response was to fight it with the only weapons at hand—passive resistance and open displays of contempt.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, The Sirens of Titan
In the world of online to offline harassment by the #goodguys, the ways and means of targeting, and harassing a person over an internet connection are literally too many to count-literally millions of little things.
But some are more common than others, and whether deliberate or not; incidental, accidental or totally intentional, some methods of abuse of a citizens right to be ‘free to transact in commerce’ or ‘free to be unmolested or exploited in their persons papers and effects’ are plainly frequent.
One of the most common is lag time, and/or stalling a connection with what amounts to an internet Terry Stop. In warranted situations, these can reasonably be said to be part of the process-that due process is often imperfect, but also, that we overlook some discomfort in order to attain justice or reasonably uphold the law.
But what is left out of that equation is how much, how long, with what frequency, and to what uncertain end have these things-these ‘millions of little things’ taken place in an individuals life, unwarranted?
Here below is one simple example- one of a million little needles with which the surveillance state probes any given individual:
The connection has dropped itself into Ipv6 ( a recently hacked connection) and claims that malicious behavior has been detected from the IP ( wireless to router to ISP). Here is the text of this error ( which I will also send, and resend in order to deep burn the search language at both the ISP, and the NSA/FUSION CNTR/SOD DATABASE/et alphabet agency ass, like I am branding them with a hot poker:
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