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Cleaning your reputation
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Cleaning your reputation

I'm writing this thread following a recent post that I saw on the forum where a guy was saying that we are now in an age of zero privacy and we have to be very careful with our reputation. 

I have never had issue related to getting doxxed online, and at 27 years old I still have little experience, but I am aware that I am a politically incorrect person. In 2022, people get outed in the news regularly for things that in the past were considered the norm, and even if you behave differently now, it doesn't mean that what you did 5, 10, 20 years ago can't come back to haunt you now. This is especially true now that all our conversations with people go through emails and whatsapp, and everybody has a phone to record their surroundings. 

So I wanted to make a thread where we share ideas of how to mitigate risks that could hurt our jobs and our reputation :
- How do deal with embarassing messages that you sent in the past that could get back to you if the person knows where you work and could just email it to people in your company?
- Is it better to live an extremely discreet life (zero data about you online, not even a linkedin), if people have too many things about you, or could it make things worse by bringing suspicion from your employer? 

Feel free to contribute to this thread. Unfortunately I don't have many things to contribute, but I am very wary of the risks of our lifestyles and wish we can share the best ways to stay on the low. Only thing I know is that there exist dedicated companies to clean your e-reputation if you do get doxxed online, but I think that we would be only touching the tip of the iceberg if we only focus on this - Most of the times people are going to operate more discreetly if they want to destroy you : private email chains, gossiping, making a phone call, etc.  

Cheers from Denmark!
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Cleaning your reputation

I believe you'll find it hard not to be plugged into the matrix to some extent. Especially with game since a lot chicks are now permanently attached to a smartphone. Like most things in life, your reputation starts with you. It's better to err on the side of caution with people you don't know. Every man is politically incorrect by nature and the system knows that. The term itself is feminine and created to subvert men. Unfortunately we live in an era where we have to censor ourselves. 99% do not have the means to say whatever we want and get away and live without repercussions.

Truth is if you've exposed yourself and someone wants to take advantage of it, you have to live with that possibility of it coming back to bite you. Like many of us have seen apologizing doesn't work and agitates the mob further.

So if there's nothing you can do about the past, what is the solution? All you have is the present so be aware of your actions going forward. Keep sensitive conversations with close friends and men that you trust. Also delete any social media that you don't use. Do you really need a Snapchat, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, etc.? Pick two maximum.

Here are a few rules I live by:
1. Don't discuss sensitive topics with men you haven't gauged.
2. Don't discuss sensitive topics with women. Even if you agree with them and especially if you are dating them (learned this the hard way).
3. If people bring up sensitive topics, don't give any opinion or change the subject.

If it doesn't fit, force it... If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
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Cleaning your reputation

(09-28-2022, 10:42 PM)Murbik Wrote:  I'm writing this thread following a recent post that I saw on the forum where a guy was saying that we are now in an age of zero privacy and we have to be very careful with our reputation. 

I have never had issue related to getting doxxed online, and at 27 years old I still have little experience, but I am aware that I am a politically incorrect person. In 2022, people get outed in the news regularly for things that in the past were considered the norm, and even if you behave differently now, it doesn't mean that what you did 5, 10, 20 years ago can't come back to haunt you now. This is especially true now that all our conversations with people go through emails and whatsapp, and everybody has a phone to record their surroundings. 

So I wanted to make a thread where we share ideas of how to mitigate risks that could hurt our jobs and our reputation :
- How do deal with embarassing messages that you sent in the past that could get back to you if the person knows where you work and could just email it to people in your company?
- Is it better to live an extremely discreet life (zero data about you online, not even a linkedin), if people have too many things about you, or could it make things worse by bringing suspicion from your employer? 

Feel free to contribute to this thread. Unfortunately I don't have many things to contribute, but I am very wary of the risks of our lifestyles and wish we can share the best ways to stay on the low. Only thing I know is that there exist dedicated companies to clean your e-reputation if you do get doxxed online, but I think that we would be only touching the tip of the iceberg if we only focus on this - Most of the times people are going to operate more discreetly if they want to destroy you : private email chains, gossiping, making a phone call, etc.  

Cheers from Denmark!

I hate to see a chill effect on society. That was the whole point of the internet. One can use Tor window in Brave Browser or use a VPN if they are really paranoid. 
Would a dedicated troll browser that doesn't collect info and which uses a VPN suffice?
Again this is more of an issue for content creators.

(09-29-2022, 12:42 AM)Cronus Wrote:  I believe you'll find it hard not to be plugged into the matrix to some extent. Especially with game since a lot chicks are now permanently attached to a smartphone. Like most things in life, your reputation starts with you. It's better to err on the side of caution with people you don't know. Every man is politically incorrect by nature and the system knows that. The term itself is feminine and created to subvert men. Unfortunately we live in an era where we have to censor ourselves. 99% do not have the means to say whatever we want and get away and live without repercussions.

Truth is if you've exposed yourself and someone wants to take advantage of it, you have to live with that possibility of it coming back to bite you. Like many of us have seen apologizing doesn't work and agitates the mob further.

So if there's nothing you can do about the past, what is the solution? All you have is the present so be aware of your actions going forward. Keep sensitive conversations with close friends and men that you trust. Also delete any social media that you don't use. Do you really need a Snapchat, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, etc.? Pick two maximum.

Here are a few rules I live by:
1. Don't discuss sensitive topics with men you haven't gauged.
2. Don't discuss sensitive topics with women. Even if you agree with them and especially if you are dating them (learned this the hard way).
3. If people bring up sensitive topics, don't give any opinion or change the subject.
Women support it, but it was created by the JQ. The tribe always worked by shutting people down, never believed in Anglo free speech. I'm beginning to think that the "totalitarian" societies last century were anti-free speech because of the disproportionate influence of those people. Easy to say given the DOJ, FBI, at. al is totally weaponized against the people, not the their side.
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