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Note to Readers: It's Only When We Cover Microsoft-EPO Scandals That We Receive Legal Threats and Other Pressure from the EPO

Microsoft as your 'encryption' master

Summary: The António Campinos privacy blunder echoes or perpetuates the blunder of Benoît Battistelli, who illegally spied on people; but this time Microsoft (US) does the spying

THE very moment we started this series we've come under rather bizarre attacks, threats to our very existence. This happened in 2015 after we had revealed leaked and incriminating EPO communications about Microsoft. It happened again later (Microsoft again).



"We've backed up what we can (disseminating among trusted associates), we put key documents in IPFS, and we have a Gemini capsule. Some is decentralised and some is self-hosted."Curiously enough, all we can say is that any time we touch a Microsoft-EPO scandal media pieces get spiked (e.g. by the BBC, just prior to publication) and takedown of several of our articles is demanded, sometimes by multiple law firms. It's curiously factual, isn't it? How much have they got to hide?

Today we published the sixth part of a series which is very long and may take another fortnight to cover. We've backed up what we can (disseminating among trusted associates), we put key documents in IPFS, and we have a Gemini capsule. Some is decentralised and some is self-hosted.

As noted as soon as we started this series, there have been suppression attempts. We were warned about DDOS attacks and only minutes later something rather intriguing did happen (as if some intense intelligence operations were going on in the background). The predictions proved accurate in some sense and also somewhat familiar, at least in the sense that similar things happened in the past.

We intend to publish as if nothing poses a threat and we hope to finish the series with no disruption to the plan and the publication pipeline/outline. We don't wish to dump all the publications at once for two reasons; 1) people cannot digest information quickly enough; 2) it would induce immense production burden.

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