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IRL Opsec Anonymous 11/15/2019 (Fri) 06:17:59 No.728
With the glow niggers covering the globe with camera's capable of facial recognition, I'd like a thread dedicated to avoiding detection from these devices. I was reading about certain shirts with patterns on them that confuse AI for starters, but I can't find much information on it. Also I've never been one to wear hats or glasses, but I'm considering getting a pair to avoid facial recognition. Does this work and is it good opsec? Any other IRL related tech opsec discussion is welcome.
The only real defense against cameras is with IR dazzlers.

>I was reading about certain shirts with patterns on them that confuse AI for starters, but I can't find much information on it.
All I can remember about something like this was this art project awhile back with makeup but people who looked into said it was bullshit.

Also a surgical mask and a hoodie to change the shape of your skull is a good idea. Combined with large dark glasses and a hat you're breaking the law in many countries if you go out in public like that. Even the furry community is having legal issues with this nowadays, they need to get public performance permits to wear their fursuits outside.
As I've heard from robbers, if someone stares into your eyes with a mask, they will know what you would look without the mask, you need pantyhose under the mask to disfigure your general look. But for nigger AI cameras, your best bet is cutting the power to the cameras assuming it's not on a backup power supply, just stay away from cameras if you're deathly paranoid of them.
>>732
>just stay away from cameras if you're deathly paranoid of them.
Much easier said than done. Particularly in the future.
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>>731
>All I can remember about something like this was this art project awhile back with makeup but people who looked into said it was bullshit.
I was digging a bit and found this. They call it "hyperface" and allegedly it's supposed to overwhelm the AI with faces for it to detect. Though technically the AI could still get your face and you'd probably stick out like a sore thumb if you were wearing something like this which defeats the purpose.
>>734
Manual control would defeat the purpose, anyway if you've ever traveled anywhere abroad there's already most likely data on you just aching to be used by ZOG or already is used outside airport for this purpose.

I'd honestly be more worried about cell phones than this, since a modern gps cell phone essentially allows any state who wants to keep tabs on you real-time with no drawback.

Cell phone tracking and the way it's used and can be used by governments would make that psycho Stalin himself blush.
The best defense is a mask which is why wearing one in public is illegal in most places now.
>>735
Sure there are more important things to be concerned about, but that doesn't mean discussing this kind of opsec isn't interesting and valuable on some level. It's because the glow niggers have all of our faces in their database to scan for that trying to hide your face from cameras is important. It's simple enough to just leave your phone at home when you're traveling somewhere and want to remain hidden/off-grid, but public hidden cameras that they're now putting in things like the street lights are unavoidable.
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>>728
I read something about pasting a couple of printed eyes above or below your own also messes with the ai
>>737
Of course, it's still an interesting discussion.
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>>735
Cellphone tracking can be defeated using a standard ESD bag that acts like a Faraday cage. They also sell them under the name 'godark bags'.

Your wallet should also be blocking wireless signals since many cards have RFID chips in them. Watch out for RFID tags embedded in clothing too, some shoes have them inserted in the soles. Right now it's primarily used in luxury brands as a strategy against counterfeits being fraudulently returned but even major brands are using it for inventory management. The pajama I'm currently wearing had a RFID tag in it and it's almost 10 years old now.

>>737
If there's one thing we can thank the trans or cross dressing community for it's that completely changing your appearance to the point of wearing body suits that change your skin color and sex won't be made illegal anytime soon. With 3d printers becoming more commonplace and printing different materials it won't be long before what was once almost unbelievable technology in the Mission Impossible films will be available for less than $500.
>>728
Don't leave your house and close the curtains.
You have the internet, so why bother with outside? I haven't left here for 5 years and it's working out fine.
>>745
So where do you get food then? Or replacements for when stuff breaks?
>>746
Local farmers here have subscription services where you can get a crate of seasonal stuff at regular intervals and the local Asian supermarket delivers when you order enough, so I buy gigantic sacks of rice occasionally.
Replacements: Local hardware store does deliveries too.
I just crank the garage door open a couple centimeter and have them shove the package through.
>>745
>>747
What happens when you have to renew expired ID cards that requires a photograph be taken? Even millionaire shutins can't stay inside indefinitely.

Where I live such a lifestyle would be impossible and within a few months internment in a psychiatric ward would be likely.
>>745
lol why?
>>728
The question here is how to do it without looking like a retard in public.
>>792 >implying members of the public aren't pretending to look niggerlicious already
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>>740 >this nigga going to 7/11 with cianiggers none the wiser
Do you think an ir dazzler close to a license place would be noticeable? Maybe one that looks like one of those high vis strips? Would (not police) dashcams pick it up?
>>1403 You'd have to test that anon, but assume that if the police dashcam is using a cheap camera similar to a cctv camera, then the dazzler might obscure some of the plate. Then again, dashcams are designed to face into the sky more than regular cctv, so they might already have filters to block out sunlight, and that's before taking into account the filtering provided by a LEO windscreen tint. Police dashcams might already be IR resistant. Have a look at product sales websites, there might even be a demo video out there.
The best opsec is to appear just like everyone else, if you have some dazzler or any unique anti-glownigger tech then you automatically stick out. Opsec wont save you if you have an ID, passport, bank account or anything that requires your personal details, if you want to be anonymous online then you have to be anonymous IRL too. If you want to avoid cameras dont go to places that have them but if you need to go there then wear baggy clothing, wat and scarf covering your face in winter, hat and sunglasses for the summer. Dont forget to use cash only and open source software. There is alot of stuff covering IRL opsec and im sure there are .pdfs/videos out there that go into good detail.
>>740 >dress like a fag irl so glownigs won't know it's you lmfao.
>>1750 Security through obscurity and not being taken seriously.
Coronachan has normalized mask wearing! It is like a dream come true. Lets hope it stays after the pandemic, like it did in china after SARS. >sunglasses Most cameras use infrared to be able to record at night and this can see through sunglasses. Mirrored sunglasses might not have this problem. Does anyone know more about this? >hats/hoods Obviously useful just make sure to keep you head down and not look up at the cameras. Staring at the ground looks suspicious, you can hold a prop like a phone or map to look down at. >>1403 >Do you think an ir dazzler close to a license place would be noticeable? Maybe one that looks like one of those high vis strips? Would (not police) dashcams pick it up? On camera this draws attention to you and makes it look like you have something to hide. They just need to look for the glowing plates. Because it will not work on all cameras you can not rely on it for hardcore security. Using a scratched up, sun discolored, dirty license plate cover is probably the best thing short of stealing plates. >>1750 >There is alot of stuff covering IRL opsec and im sure there are .pdfs/videos out there that go into good detail. If anyone has some, please post.
>>2469 >Coronachan has normalized mask wearing it is one of the silver linings, true.
You literally can't escape facial recognition at 2020, it is simply impossible.
>>2490 >t. gaslight glowstick
How do you avoid being tracked from camera to camera? There are so many cameras that you can just follow someone until you see where they live.
>>2471 Some people have gotten pretty creative with their homemade PPE, I'm pretty sure I saw a luchador at the grocery store yesterday.
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>>2629 > I fucked up my sage just end me

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