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Jens O. Meiert
(currently traveling the world)
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In times of illegal mass surveillance through totalitarian states like the United States and England, yet absolute forgeability of all electronic data, Jens explicitly takes the right to dispute affiliation with any electronic interactions, communications, and media.
If we are not free to make mistakes for all of them can be used against us, we’re seriously restricted in our options to learn and to live. And when entire states and industries turn against us to violate and help to violate our basic rights, we must strip electronic data, which is so easy to manipulate, from any meaning and power.