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    The BBC, which have harassed our founders among others, is now actively promoting a seller along with the SN method in their news article here.

    The same journalists that have criticized this forum for promoting resources and are actively campaigning for its shutdown are now promoting these sellers and the SN method in this article for all to see. Academia has pointed this out, but they continue to promote the method along with making false claims regarding this website in the name of "investigative journalism" while ignoring the active harassment of our staff and previous founders.

    We have made a post here to debunk this nonsense and the false claims that the BBC has laid out in their article.

Dr Iron Arc

Dr Iron Arc

Into the Unknown
Feb 10, 2020
18,127
Feel many are grief stricken ppl with nowhere else to direct feelings. Personally have empathy for them. Not mean agree with mission however.
I can understand that level of grief and I don't mean to condemn anyone who feels anger but up to a point that many of the members of a certain group have reached already, their behavior has become inexcusable especially since their actions will potentially drive even more people to despair if their mission actually succeeds.
 
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Dot

Globl mod - Info abt typng styl on prfle.
Sep 26, 2021
2,271
I can understand that level of grief and I don't mean to condemn anyone who feels anger but up to a point that many of the members of a certain group have reached already, their behavior has become inexcusable especially since their actions will potentially drive even more people to despair if their mission actually succeeds.
Agree.
 
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Riddles

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Sep 29, 2021
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Oh no, I can see my prof pic too

Hey, I have a really important question... Is it possible for you to get imprisoned here
 
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Dr Iron Arc

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Feb 10, 2020
18,127
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Oh no, I can see my prof pic too

Hey, I have a really important question... Is it possible for you to get imprisoned here
Not unless you're doing anything illegal which SS isn't, at least not in the US. Tough luck if you're in China or North Korea though.

Also does anyone else find it funny that Tik Tok shows up in the image search results? I wonder if there's a pro-choice community there lol. If there was it would probably end up being more pro-suicide than we'll ever be so maybe the FT26ers should focus all their efforts there if they want to have any real impact.
 
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Rabhen

Isolated Loner
Dec 17, 2021
147
Be VERY careful about the personal information you post here. We are aware of people registering to attempt to "save" other members, some are even law enforcement. They don't have a problem with registering if they think what they're doing is the "right" thing and they will not hesitate to contact law enforcement if they think you are in danger. Make sure that you put your online privacy first in these situations. I have read numerous threads of people getting visited by police and detectives and that is something that I don't want to h

We have had discussions before on this subject and we now realize that pictures posted on here still have EXIF data attached on here (before we upgraded, they didn't)

Use an EXIF remover if you're posting images of any sort before uploading them. I will be working to find a solution where EXIF data can be stripped from images as they are uploaded if that's possible.

The below section from our rules outlines what you can do to help protect your privacy to the greatest extent possible:

My privacy is essential to me. Do you have any tips for me?
  • Don't post personal information (name, address, phone, email, pictures, etc).
  • Use a unique username for every website you use.
  • Use a proxy/VPN once you are registered.
  • Tweak your preferences and privacy options to your liking here.
  • Use a secure or disposable email provider.
Privacy is very important to me. More tips?
  • Learn the difference between being careful and being paranoid.
  • Avoid social media and delete your profiles.
  • Search yourself or reverse search your pictures and delete everything that comes up.
  • Don't use Google (DuckDuckGo and Startpage are good alternatives).
  • Change your DNS to a privacy-first DNSs. Cloudflare is a fast and decent alternative.
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.
  • Set your browser to delete browsing data on close or use Tor.
  • Learn how to make a good password and never use the same password twice.
  • The websites you registered accounts on five years ago and don't use anymore? Log in and delete them.
  • Don't put your name in your email (e.g., [email protected]).
  • Avoid using Windows if possible, especially Windows 10 - it's a privacy nightmare. We know this is hard to avoid.
  • Malwarebytes is a decent antivirus, run it manually every week or two (you have to pay for automatic checks).
  • Learn how to manage your firewall in the OS of your choice.
  • Learn about EXIF in pictures, how they store identifiable information, and learn how to erase it.
I do not understand most of this, never have, it is very scary.
 
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vitaly

Member
Dec 17, 2021
7
Does anyone have an access to letters we wrote when signed up?
 
Kismet

Kismet

If you repeat a lie enough, people think it’s true
Feb 16, 2022
128
Fucking pigs. I hate cops. If any cops are on here reading this, go fuck yourselves you god damn pigs.
I fucking couldn't agree more and I think it needs said louder. Power tripping tyrants, every one of them. If there is a cop reading this, do us all a favor and go find a respectable job doing something that matters. Only people that say different are the ones that have a pig in the family. People are so brainwashed thinking cops are here to protect and serve. They are manipulative pieces of lying shit. Everything they say is to get you to incriminate yourself. Also worth mentioning, I've never been arrested or had a run in with the cops, but I hate them with a passion.
A lot of good tips here but some seem a bit much like I doubt anyone is using tools sophisticated enough to find out who you are because your using Chrome or Windows 10
It really isn't as difficult as you might be thinking. Chrome is by google and google makes its $$ by tracking everything you do. Hell, it was just a few months ago that they released an emergency update due to an easy to exploit flaw. A free copy of linux called Kali has all the tools you need to hack whatever you want. It couldn't be easier to make a malicious page or create a man in the middle attack. Making a page and get the person to click the link isn't that difficult with kali. All free, pre-installed, and open source. That said, Linux is what you want to be using if you really want to be secure. They are just about all free and a few that are built for people coming from windows like Mint
 
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crippled with grief
Nov 8, 2021
335
police in the uk don't even bother to show up to your house if you report a burglary these days, they sure as shit aren't gonna waste resources on patrolling a website for suicidal people and track them down and show up to their houses
 
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pphelpme

Count down
Feb 6, 2022
56
Any chance all this information could please be collected into a resource page? It's pretty overwhelming for me as a novice person to keep track of.

It sounds like a privacy tab in safari is for crap. That's what I've been using. I only access this in my phone but that also sounds for crap. Argh so complicated!!
 
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darkdivine

darkdivine

Gelt
Feb 8, 2022
18
Be VERY careful about the personal information you post here. We are aware of people registering to attempt to "save" other members, some are even law enforcement. They don't have a problem with registering if they think what they're doing is the "right" thing and they will not hesitate to contact law enforcement if they think you are in danger. Make sure that you put your online privacy first in these situations. I have read numerous threads of people getting visited by police and detectives and that is something that I don't want to h

We have had discussions before on this subject and we now realize that pictures posted on here still have EXIF data attached on here (before we upgraded, they didn't)

Use an EXIF remover if you're posting images of any sort before uploading them. I will be working to find a solution where EXIF data can be stripped from images as they are uploaded if that's possible.

The below section from our rules outlines what you can do to help protect your privacy to the greatest extent possible:

My privacy is essential to me. Do you have any tips for me?
  • Don't post personal information (name, address, phone, email, pictures, etc).
  • Use a unique username for every website you use.
  • Use a proxy/VPN once you are registered.
  • Tweak your preferences and privacy options to your liking here.
  • Use a secure or disposable email provider.
Privacy is very important to me. More tips?
  • Learn the difference between being careful and being paranoid.
  • Avoid social media and delete your profiles.
  • Search yourself or reverse search your pictures and delete everything that comes up.
  • Don't use Google (DuckDuckGo and Startpage are good alternatives).
  • Change your DNS to a privacy-first DNSs. Cloudflare is a fast and decent alternative.
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.
  • Set your browser to delete browsing data on close or use Tor.
  • Learn how to make a good password and never use the same password twice.
  • The websites you registered accounts on five years ago and don't use anymore? Log in and delete them.
  • Don't put your name in your email (e.g., [email protected]).
  • Avoid using Windows if possible, especially Windows 10 - it's a privacy nightmare. We know this is hard to avoid.
  • Malwarebytes is a decent antivirus, run it manually every week or two (you have to pay for automatic checks).
  • Learn how to manage your firewall in the OS of your choice.
  • Learn about EXIF in pictures, how they store identifiable information, and learn how to erase it.
Once again ACAB
 
Britvik

Britvik

Pro-choice
Mar 1, 2022
143
 
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Hollowillow

Hollowillow

I want throat hugs & anime! Can't use chat pm me
Aug 7, 2022
1,499
Be VERY careful about the personal information you post here. We are aware of people registering to attempt to "save" other members, some are even law enforcement. They don't have a problem with registering if they think what they're doing is the "right" thing and they will not hesitate to contact law enforcement if they think you are in danger. Make sure that you put your online privacy first in these situations. I have read numerous threads of people getting visited by police and detectives and that is something that I don't want to h

We have had discussions before on this subject and we now realize that pictures posted on here still have EXIF data attached on here (before we upgraded, they didn't)

Use an EXIF remover if you're posting images of any sort before uploading them. I will be working to find a solution where EXIF data can be stripped from images as they are uploaded if that's possible.

The below section from our rules outlines what you can do to help protect your privacy to the greatest extent possible:

My privacy is essential to me. Do you have any tips for me?
  • Don't post personal information (name, address, phone, email, pictures, etc).
  • Use a unique username for every website you use.
  • Use a proxy/VPN once you are registered.
  • Tweak your preferences and privacy options to your liking here.
  • Use a secure or disposable email provider.
Privacy is very important to me. More tips?
  • Learn the difference between being careful and being paranoid.
  • Avoid social media and delete your profiles.
  • Search yourself or reverse search your pictures and delete everything that comes up.
  • Don't use Google (DuckDuckGo and Startpage are good alternatives).
  • Change your DNS to a privacy-first DNSs. Cloudflare is a fast and decent alternative.
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.
  • Set your browser to delete browsing data on close or use Tor.
  • Learn how to make a good password and never use the same password twice.
  • The websites you registered accounts on five years ago and don't use anymore? Log in and delete them.
  • Don't put your name in your email (e.g., [email protected]).
  • Avoid using Windows if possible, especially Windows 10 - it's a privacy nightmare. We know this is hard to avoid.
  • Malwarebytes is a decent antivirus, run it manually every week or two (you have to pay for automatic checks).
  • Learn how to manage your firewall in the OS of your choice.
  • Learn about EXIF in pictures, how they store identifiable information, and learn how to erase it.
Exif add my location!? Wtf... It's too hard for me. I'm screwed... Oh well, I guess I'll die anyway. Thanks!
 
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thundersnail

Member
Sep 1, 2019
80
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.

I disagree with the recommendation of Opera as it's closed-source, so we have to trust that they're upholding their privacy policy since the code can't be vetted.
For the same reason, try keeping any browser extensions, or just software in general that you use, open-source (Still look it up and check if it's private, since open-source doesn't guarantee it is, only that you can verify whether it is). Also make sure it's available on Linux if you ever plan on switching to that.
If you aren't crazy about privacy, something chromium-based like Brave or Ungoogled Chromium is fine, otherwise Firefox or a derivative like Waterfox or Librefox is better as they can be much more private since there's more settings for that (which is why Tor browser is based on Firefox). For Firefox I'd recommend the arkenfox config for privacy (please read it's wiki first because there's necessary information for how to install, and more importantly modifying the config, which you will do especially in the beginning.)

Storage drives in your computer and elsewhere being dug into is a risk if you ctb (or get caught trying to ctb). Unless a drive is wiped (not a quick format, but actually overwriting all the data with zeroes or random data, which takes hours per TB on hard drives) or encrypted, all it's data can be seen, including things you deleted (using file recovery software). If you have any old computers, external drives, usb drives, sd cards, phones, game consoles, etc that currently/previously had data you don't want dug through, keep this in mind. If anything sensitive is on cloud storage like Google Drive, replace it with an encrypted archive so they can't see it either. Use a strong password on whatever you encrypt so it can't be brute-forced.

Edit: For people concerned about exif data, metadata can also be present on video/audio files, word documents, etc.
 
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Lulzacruel

Lulzacruel

Retired Chat Staff
Jun 13, 2023
334
Exif add my location!? Wtf... It's too hard for me. I'm screwed... Oh well, I guess I'll die anyway. Thanks!
There are websites that remove exif data for you. Google em up and you should be safe.
 
sserafim

sserafim

they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
Sep 13, 2023
2,852
Why is it so dangerous to be on this website? Lol it's not like anyone's gonna care that I used it anyways.

Btw do screenshots still have metadata? I posted a few images here but they were screenshots…ugh I should've used an EXIF remover
Be VERY careful about the personal information you post here. We are aware of people registering to attempt to "save" other members, some are even law enforcement. They don't have a problem with registering if they think what they're doing is the "right" thing and they will not hesitate to contact law enforcement if they think you are in danger. Make sure that you put your online privacy first in these situations. I have read numerous threads of people getting visited by police and detectives and that is something that I don't want to h

We have had discussions before on this subject and we now realize that pictures posted on here still have EXIF data attached on here (before we upgraded, they didn't)

Use an EXIF remover if you're posting images of any sort before uploading them. I will be working to find a solution where EXIF data can be stripped from images as they are uploaded if that's possible.

The below section from our rules outlines what you can do to help protect your privacy to the greatest extent possible:

My privacy is essential to me. Do you have any tips for me?
  • Don't post personal information (name, address, phone, email, pictures, etc).
  • Use a unique username for every website you use.
  • Use a proxy/VPN once you are registered.
  • Tweak your preferences and privacy options to your liking here.
  • Use a secure or disposable email provider.
Privacy is very important to me. More tips?
  • Learn the difference between being careful and being paranoid.
  • Avoid social media and delete your profiles.
  • Search yourself or reverse search your pictures and delete everything that comes up.
  • Don't use Google (DuckDuckGo and Startpage are good alternatives).
  • Change your DNS to a privacy-first DNSs. Cloudflare is a fast and decent alternative.
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.
  • Set your browser to delete browsing data on close or use Tor.
  • Learn how to make a good password and never use the same password twice.
  • The websites you registered accounts on five years ago and don't use anymore? Log in and delete them.
  • Don't put your name in your email (e.g., [email protected]).
  • Avoid using Windows if possible, especially Windows 10 - it's a privacy nightmare. We know this is hard to avoid.
  • Malwarebytes is a decent antivirus, run it manually every week or two (you have to pay for automatic checks).
  • Learn how to manage your firewall in the OS of your choice.
  • Learn about EXIF in pictures, how they store identifiable information, and learn how to erase it.
What about safari?
 
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EternalShore

EternalShore

Hardworking Lass who Dreams of Love~ 💕✨
Jun 9, 2023
640
Why is it so dangerous to be on this website? Lol it's not like anyone's gonna care that I used it anyways.

Btw do screenshots still have metadata? I posted a few images here but they were screenshots…ugh I should've used an EXIF remover

What about safari?
From my knowledge, screenshots don't contain metadata. Or at least, nothing sensitive about location and such! Only photos do~
Safari is not open-source and is even owned by Apple~ I get that Apple's been trying to advertise themselves as privacy-friendly recently, but it's all a ruse!
Also, I'm happy the guy included Waterfox! ^_^ Waterfox is the best yet so underrated! >_< That being said, I use Tor for SaSu because it's unfortunately blocked otherwise~
 
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Bodydysmorphia34

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Oct 31, 2023
58
The harsh truth is pro lifers don't care about your well-being, they just want you to stay alive for the sake of staying alive, is it for religious, "moral" reasons, whatever. Bottom line is, they don't care about you, which is why they're shallow hypocrites.
 
DyingToDie123

DyingToDie123

she/her
Oct 25, 2023
255
I've shared this elsewhere but my old account was found by "friends" and the posts were used in a restraining order against me to demonstrate that I was unwell. I think they found it by searching the bridge I frequented and then confirmed because I spilled a lot of details about personal things that were going on within my family and friends that they knew about.

Don't trust anyone y'all.
 
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Bodydysmorphia34

-
Oct 31, 2023
58
I've shared this elsewhere but my old account was found by "friends" and the posts were used in a restraining order against me to demonstrate that I was unwell. I think they found it by searching the bridge I frequented and then confirmed because I spilled a lot of details about personal things that were going on within my family and friends that they knew about.

Don't trust anyone y'all.
One thing I've learned in life: You can't trust anybody. Even if they promise to tell nobody, they'll do it. Most people can't keep "secrets".
 
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ClownWorld2023

Specialist
Sep 18, 2023
389
For removing EXIF data, I recommend removing it using Windows file properties setting (if you use Windows).

Otherwise it's best to use a locally installed software for it, preferably free and open source.

Do not upload your files to websites that claim to remove EXIF data, or for any other purposes.
This is a privacy risk. You don't know who is running those websites.

Use local software for this.
 
dreaming_of_pearl

dreaming_of_pearl

Hope I see you when I die
Jun 10, 2023
53
Be VERY careful about the personal information you post here. We are aware of people registering to attempt to "save" other members, some are even law enforcement. They don't have a problem with registering if they think what they're doing is the "right" thing and they will not hesitate to contact law enforcement if they think you are in danger. Make sure that you put your online privacy first in these situations. I have read numerous threads of people getting visited by police and detectives and that is something that I don't want to h

We have had discussions before on this subject and we now realize that pictures posted on here still have EXIF data attached on here (before we upgraded, they didn't)

Use an EXIF remover if you're posting images of any sort before uploading them. I will be working to find a solution where EXIF data can be stripped from images as they are uploaded if that's possible.

The below section from our rules outlines what you can do to help protect your privacy to the greatest extent possible:

My privacy is essential to me. Do you have any tips for me?
  • Don't post personal information (name, address, phone, email, pictures, etc).
  • Use a unique username for every website you use.
  • Use a proxy/VPN once you are registered.
  • Tweak your preferences and privacy options to your liking here.
  • Use a secure or disposable email provider.
Privacy is very important to me. More tips?
  • Learn the difference between being careful and being paranoid.
  • Avoid social media and delete your profiles.
  • Search yourself or reverse search your pictures and delete everything that comes up.
  • Don't use Google (DuckDuckGo and Startpage are good alternatives).
  • Change your DNS to a privacy-first DNSs. Cloudflare is a fast and decent alternative.
  • Use Firefox, Waterfox, Brave, or Opera. Never Chrome.
  • Set your browser to delete browsing data on close or use Tor.
  • Learn how to make a good password and never use the same password twice.
  • The websites you registered accounts on five years ago and don't use anymore? Log in and delete them.
  • Don't put your name in your email (e.g., [email protected]).
  • Avoid using Windows if possible, especially Windows 10 - it's a privacy nightmare. We know this is hard to avoid.
  • Malwarebytes is a decent antivirus, run it manually every week or two (you have to pay for automatic checks).
  • Learn how to manage your firewall in the OS of your choice.
  • Learn about EXIF in pictures, how they store identifiable information, and learn how to erase it.
Smart I was gonna post a pic here but good idea🥹
 

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