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Roman CAT
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In the Frigid Cold we celebrate
a very #Merry #Ukrainian #Christmas !
& a healthy glorious New Year to all

Зимно, зимно, дуже зимно святкуємо
Христос Родився! Веселих Свят!
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Prayer on Christmas (#SongsofWar)
Молитва на Різдво (#ПісніВійни)

A sad Christmas Carol from war-torn Ukraine,
from the hell of war, this song is heaven sent
with tears of hope for a Peaceful New Year

https://youtube.com/watch?v=cjKqXGgv6kA
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone,
just don't forget the Cranberry Sauce
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Freedom Calls Us To Remember
Those Who Chose To Respond !!
https://youtu.be/4md-_cgXSXc
#NeverForget #September11 #GodBlessAmerica
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#Medical #Errors now 3rd leading cause of Death. Bad Nightmares of #Patients getting the wrong Drugs. http://wapo.st/23nkJvo
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April FOOL or NOT, everyone now knows that I have been @Disturbed with the ‪#‎SoundOfSilence‬ https://t.co/8aj4berKs9 
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Wishing everyone the Best !!
Join your Family,,, Please
Unplug on Thanksgiving Day.
+Roman CAT
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Turn it Around !!
Remember #911 and Say Thank You every way you can.
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Rediscover the Genius of Nikola Tesla
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Time to turn on the light with http://FreeTrust.org
#identity  is the New Money
Without #Privacy  there can be no #Trust
+ProvenSecure  #NIST   #NSTIC
A nextgen Darknet is in the works...

Tor plans to double the encryption strength of hidden service’s identity key and to allow offline storage for that key, a major security upgrade.

Next-gen hidden services will also be able to run from multiple hosts to better deal with denial of service attacks and high traffic, closing the scalability gap between the Dark Net and normal websites.

Led by data scientist Christopher White, this project is explicitly not aimed at de-anonymizing any Tor user or “accessing information not intended to be publicly available,” according to a recent DARPA blog post. Still, government funding of Tor—which, by the way, was invented as a U.S. Navy research project in 2002—has always been somewhat controversial.

This isn't the first time DARPA has contributed financially to Tor. A 2001-2006 stint as sponsor stands next to similar grants from the U.S. Navy, State Department, and the National Science Foundation as government sponsorships over the past decade.

#DarkNet   #NextGen
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