I am intently keeping up with the Stanley family and their hearing process in Arkansas. I also homeschool and do things "not according to the establishment" but I am fearful of being too bold and risk any cps service coming across my statements hear about using it on my children. Does anyone have any legal understanding of why other parents can use mms on their kids and this family was targeted. Also can the moderator keep my posts up but change my identity so that I cannot be linked to what I wrote.
Hi Emily. I understand your concerns. Kerri says the reason their Facebook group recently moved to a more private forum setting was due to their members on FB were using their real names, locations and had posted pictures of themselves and their children. Some of the FB group members were having CPS show up at their homes! On their new forum, members are encouraged to be anonymous and not reveal any personal info.
Why anyone would publicly share their personal info on the Internet is beyond me especially when using a product that we know the medical mafia and their enforcement arms, governments, are targeting.
I presume you are using privacy enhancements while online, besides an assumed name and location, such as a VPN and/or proxy servers. The Electronic Frontier Foundation
www.eff.org/ is a good place to learn about one organization that is fighting for privacy rights on the Internet. Their "Secure Messaging Scorecard" compares messaging programs such as Skype which now is not recommended.
A new messaging company that some of us are trying out is
based in Iceland where privacy rights are respected. Unseen also offers Seen, a FB replacement
Maybe this forum needs a category for Internet security so we can learn how to safely use the Internet in today's world.
P.S. I presume Emily is not your real name?
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To use Unseen go to
and click on "Sign Up Free" then enter a user name you would like. If it is taken, you will get a notice to try another name. Once you have a user name and password you can sign in. The interface will look like this:
The email itself is sent through an encrypted tunnel and you can also encrypt the contents. To encrypt the contents of an email to another Unseen user, put a check mark in the box "Encrypt".
A VPN will route all internet traffic to and from your computer through the VPN's server, so email and other traffic from you will appear to be coming from the VPN server, and show their IP address, not your IP address. Right now I use "Secureline" VPN offered by Avast, the company that makes the antivirus software I use. There are many other companies offering VPN service. Take a look at this article
You can do a web search for the best VPN companies and find lots of articles. Secureline got a low rating in the review due to its unstable nature, but it is now much better.
If you use Firefox browser, and others, using addons such as "AdBlock Plus" will get rid of annoying adverts you find on many web pages. Addon "Ghostery" will prevent companies from collecting info on your browsing habits.
Just happened to stumble upon this thread. It's amazing how our online privacy is very vulnerable. For my desktop and phone, I use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) called
Froot VPN (review here)
. It was just recommended by my nephew (who is majoring in Comp Sci) who advised me to use one.
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