Or maybe, the time is right to abandon vanity servers?
Gibbertbot offers OTR XMPP chat for Android, as does ChatSecure for iOS. The DuckDuckGo app for Androind/iOS offers untracked search over HTTPS. There are a number of PGP/GPG email readers/writers for Android and iOS.
All of this can be precluded by the NSA having a backdoor at the graces of the manufacturer, but we still don't know the extent of that. The article states that their iPhone surveillance required them to hack into the host iTunes computer, which can be prevented with a good firewall.
The Buzzfeed author interviewed me, then redacted all her questions. I don' know why she did it this way, but she did. I've been open about discussing that we received a FISA request since we published our first transparency report. https://transmission.xmission.com/2013/06/10/the-nsa-and-xmission
My intent was to express that the nature of the customer's business was beyond any suspicion warranting surveillance under an act that is supposed to protect us from foreign terrorism. Maybe it was just an elaborate front, but I tend to believe it is more incompetence than conspiracy.
My attorney talked to the FBI agent executing the order.
Depending on how many disks you are buying, you might want to consider purchasing a Semi-Virtual Diskette.
Looks like the article has just been demoted to "Games". Seriously though, this is just the most recent in a long line of emulator ports to the Wii. The chaps banging Linux onto the Wii are doing a lot more interesting work.
"Don't try to outweird me, three-eyes. I get stranger things than you free with my breakfast cereal." - Zaphod Beeblebrox in "Hithiker's Guide to the Galaxy"