Here's an idea that I don't have the time or inclination to implement, but may alienate many of the problems. Establish a company and buy either an IPv4 class A IP address, which I hear in now near impossible, or use IPv4 or IPv6 with NAT. Either way, let users connect to your servers that act as proxies for all web activity.
With different IPv4 class A addresses, you have 16,777,216 possible addresses. With NAT, it depends on what your network configuration is (IP version, subnet, etc.).
In any case, have your servers rotate the usage of these addresses like so.
1. A user, U1, issues a request to server, S1, through your proxy.
2. Your proxy assigns address A1 for the connection from U1 to S1.
3. User U2 connects to S1 through your proxy.
4. You proxy assigns address A2 for the connect from U2 to S1.
5. User U1 connects to S2.
6. Assign A3 for U1 to S2.
7. User connect again to S1.
8. Reuse A1.
So you rotate the addresses, giving a unique address to each user, server tuplet. After say 24 hours, you discard any of those addresses and give a new address even if the same user connects to the same server.
In effect, avoid breaking any sessions for users, but give them and other users a different address each time they connect to any website or service. For example, if a user asks two different sites what his IP address is, each site would report a different value than the other site, and would report a different value each day, but within a day, each site would always return the same result.
As long as your set of IP addresses is large enough, you can rotate through that set giving each user's connection to any server a temporary, dynamic IP that would be utterly worthless for tracking.
Do note that there are other ways of tracking users such as cookies, flash storage (few people clear that), and browser fingerprinting. And don't even get me started on phones.
Patrick, are you still using DuckDuckGo, fall back into Google out of habit, or onto something new?
Does DuckDuckGo act as a anonymous proxy for Google or does it do its own searches?
I suppose one could use TOR just for Google searches in a separate browser and get both anonymity and good search results, but you'll still get targeted advertising. It's just that the targeted advertising and pricing will be based on a fictional persona that's the amalgamation of thousands of users.
Apparently a former mayor once lived along the street - he's the one who probably cooked up the scheme.
I would be very suspicious of him as well. Means, motive, and experience needed to pull this kind of fraud off.
Fraud and grand theft charges should be filed against whoever claimed this as private property.
Here's the street view of the gate.
And here's the other side of the gate from Seven Hills Ranch Rd.
So someone is trying to make that the roadways marked below are private.
There's the gate in question on the south side of the red roadways. There's the cylindrical blockers on the east side. And there's no obstruction, but a sign saying private road on the west side.
Clearly these roads are all public roads and the bastards on Royal View Dr and the other attached road are lucky they have what are essentially long cul-de-sac, but evidently that's not good enough for them. It's just like people with property adjacent to a public beach trying to annex the beach like Putin.
From the article,
"The portion of Homestead Avenue in question is a private road (the city does not own the road, nor has it ever spent public funds to improve or maintain the road)," said Assistant City Attorney Brian Hickey in an email last week. "Therefore, the issue of it being gated is a private property matter."
Contra Costa County has nothing to do with the road that seems orphaned from government and its tax collectors. "The nearest road we maintain is Cherry Lane," said Alison Knapp, the county's maintenance division manager.
Nor does the county maintain Seven Hills Ranch Road, where Homestead ends, she said. Signs on Seven Hills warn that it is a private road. The road marks the boundary between the city and a pocket of unincorporated Contra Costa County. Homestead is entirely within the city.
The county Assessor's Office collects no taxes on the road above the gate, which it would if it were private, a staffer there said.
Just because the city did not pave the road, doesn't mean it's private property. The road was almost certainly paved by the county and classified as a public county road and then forgotten because it borders the city and the unincorporated area. So the persons who put up the gate and the signs are violating the law.
If it were a private road, it would be registered as the property of either one or more individuals or a corporation, and it would be taxed.
2 beds 1 bath 980 sqft
That zestimate is zhit.
Then it's an awfully small penis.
How do you debate such sheer brain washed rubbish.
Try presenting a reasonable, rational, and evidence-based argument. Can you do that?
I wouldn't say "not eating cows" is the single most important thing, but there is a multitude of evidence that eliminating cow and pig consumption would greatly improve the environment and people's health. I don't deny this truth even though I love bacon and hamburgers. An inconvenient truth is still a truth.
P.S. This is another reason the War on Drugs must end now.
The city paid settlements in three of the cases and a jury awarded damages in a fourth case — with a total payout of $162,000. The city also paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees to the plaintiffs’ attorneys, records show.
So the attorneys still get more money then the victims. Christ our legal system sucks.
It's not just the picture. What kinds of threats did they have to make to get the victim to submit to such a photo?
Even though police Supt. Garry McCarthy moved to fire McDermott, attorneys for the police department and McDermott both asked Judge Thomas Allen to keep the photo under seal earlier this year.
They said they wanted to protect the privacy of the unidentified African-American man. Allen denied their request in March. The Sun-Times recently obtained a copy of the photo in the court file.
That's bullshit. The police department wanted to protect their image, not the victim. A crime like this is NEVER an isolated incident. It's an extreme that can only accumulate from a long history of abuse and cover up.
And by the way, why haven't charges been pressed against the perpetrators? Threats of violence, extortion, obstruction of justice come to mind.
These photos, as well as any incriminating footage of suspect abuse, is not indicative of the behavior of the vast majority of cops.
On that I disagree. A good cop isn't defined as never having committed such an outrage. If a cop covers up for the criminal wrongdoings of another cop, the first cop is a bad cop. If a cop watches another cop commit a crime and just stands by silently, he's a bad cop and guilty of the crime as well. Merely by standing behind the second cop, the first cop is enabling the second to commit the crime and preventing lawful citizens from stopping the second cop from committing the crime. It's no different than if you walk into a bank with an assault rifle that you have an open carry license for and watch as another person robs the bank with a similar assault rifle. You may not be telling the bank teller to hand over the money, but you are supporting the guy who is and are part of the crime.
A good cop, by definition, arrests bad cops whenever he sees them commit a crime. By this standard, damn few cops are good. They are far more loyal to each other than to the law, the public, or what is right.
And damn it, I wish that were not true, but it indisputably is. There's way too much history going all the way back the beginning of police work to ignore this truth. And the first step to solving a problem is acknowledging its existence.
Dan the Pope is laughing "With you".
Actually, this pope isn't a bigoted asshole like you and like all previous popes. He still wears a silly hat and performs nonsensical rituals, but at least he's not a cave man like the 33% of Americans who call themselves conservatives.
I don't know I don't watch Fox news, I heard it on NPR
Necrophiliac Pedophile Republicans is a popular show with conservatives.
Isn't that the motto of Fox News?
Wow, best office view in San Francisco!
I beg to differ...
I'm sure I don't and that you do...
in other words, it's not a lie if you believe it...
What can I say, I'm a sucker for empirical evidence...
While sex work itself is legal in Germany, keeping a lamb in a brothel evidently is not.
It was until CIC's Eurotrip.
CIC fucked it up the ass
yet surprisingly they appear in every one of your posts...
Now if only you could admit your mistakes.
The judge and prosecutor should spend the rest of their lives behind bars for this injustice. They have effectively committed murder by stealing two people's lives.
The Tea Party from 2010 was OK, but now it is all crazy. Wasn't it the 2010 Tea Party that all the Progs and Libs in the Media were screaming were a bunch of dangerous racist gun nuts?
You really think the Libertarians are going to pull the lever for Hillary or Bernie?
The Tea Party used to be Ron Paul's movement until it was hijacked by Fox News. Ron Paul, you'll remember, is the person who got booed at the Republican debate because he said that terrorism is the result of U.S. foreign policy.
During the 2008 primaries, entire boxes of ballots for Ron Paul were "misplaced" and not found until a woman, who voted for Ron Paul, went public after the district she voted in reported ZERO votes for Ron Paul. Oh, I bet a lot of those boxes were misplaced in other districts as well.
So no, the Ron Paul Tea Party was nothing like the Fox News Tea Party. The Republican establishment and rank-and-file loathed Ron Paul even more than Obama and Clinton put together. He would slaughter the sacred cow of conservatives, warfare spending. He wanted to audit the fed and Fort Knox. He wanted to let the banks fail. He wanted to stop the money printing press, taking away a huge revenue stream for the major banks, a stream that is supplied with tax payer dollars. The people who supported Ron Paul want nothing to do with today's Tea Party.
Finally, this is another example cherry picking data points.
Also, note the date of the poll, April 2010, right after Obamneycare got enacted. At that time, the Tea Party had strong libertarian support. Later, the Tea Party got hijacked by religious fanatics, who imposed their pseudo-biblical agenda.
Good point. I missed that. I'm slipping.