Friday, December 16, 2016

One might as well message Homeland

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

I was wondering about GAB, the alternative to Twitter, as after signing up, I received like everyone else a ONE LAST STEP, where users have to digitally sign a contract. The problem is the contract was a bit odd, as it calls GAB a downloadable in something is installing onto every users computer.

That sounds a big odd for something billed semi anonymous.

This Agreement is a legal agreement between you (either an individual or a single entity) and Gab AI Inc and it governs your use of the Application made available to you by Gab AI Inc.
If you do not agree to the terms of this Agreement, do not click on the "I Agree" button and do not download or use the Application.

For a site that bills itself as a place where people are free some censorship and can say anything they like beyond regime surveillance, it seems that, well it is a read the user agreement fine print.

Gab AI Inc may disclose any user information or data if asked to do so by law enforcement as required or permitted by law or in response to a subpoena or other legal process.
Gab may disclose any user information or data if asked to do so by law enforcement as required or permitted by law or in response to a subpoena or other legal process.

GAB is an application which downloads onto your computer, on a site which apparently though not public, but private, still has regime surveillance monitoring people, or else how would the regime know who to get a subpeona for.

It becomes a bit more confusing as GAB AI, stands for Anguilla, and not the United states of America, so it is not under American jurisdiction.

Headquartered in the Caribbean island Anguilla, Gab is "bootstrapped," or self-financed, with some donations from the "Gab community."
Again another little problem in the user agreement not jiving with the facts.

The laws of Texas, Delaware, United States, excluding its conflicts of law rules, shall govern this Agreement and your use of the Application. Your use of the Application may also be subject to other local, state, national, or international laws.

 Sorry as this is confusing again as Anguilla is a British sovereign nation, and therefore American law has no jurisdiction.

Offshore Jurisdiction Review—Anguilla | International Man

Anguilla competes for the claim of best offshore LLC jurisdiction. It is a politically stable and reasonably well-off British Overseas Territory.

So this is a British independent site for LLC's, like all the money laundering British islands in the West Indies, and yet users are signing up under American law and penalties......for a site the regime would have to be on to read what people were saying.

The reason for this post was a Yahoo, or NSA affiliated story which had this working title.

Promising no censorship, social network Gab draws 'alt-right'

This quote in the story appears to be the defining enticement in who Yahoo NSA desires to flood onto GAB.

One of the new "Gabbers," Richard Spencer, heads the white supremacist National Policy Institute, whose account Twitter has suspended.
Spencer, whose "Hail Trump" comments were seen as evocative of the Nazi era, joined the Twitter exile along with Milo Yiannopoulos, accused of fomenting a social media campaign against the African-American actress Leslie Jones.

So we have a story, a story, which like all stories is geared to generate unique visitor actions to sign up for GAB. Now why would Yahoo NSA desire to concentrate all the Alt Right....sorry White Supremacists on one messaging site?

Perhaps those setting up GAB might provide a clue.

Sanduja points to the startup founders' backgrounds as a reflection of diversity.
He is a Canadian Hindu with roots in India. The other co-founders include Ekrem Buyukkaya, a Muslim of Kurdish origin, and Andrew Torba, the chief executive who calls himself a "Christian conservative."

Not a clue there, but the same problem as this all started, in users can not use GAB unless it is downloading applications, and everything a person says on a closed site is open to regime surveillance, which now has Yahoo running stories to collect all of them to one location.

I doubt I will continue on with GAB as it appears to be the reason I was not on NSA Twitter in the first place.

Simply odd how the American police state suddenly has jurisdiction over British islands and companies based there.