You can get the owners of the archive machine to pull screenshots down by a simple request followed by a verification, but contacting archive.is owners doesn’t seem to be as simple. I try to reach out via email and via PM but so far, no answer. Is there anything I can do?
Like I read an article that someone met with someone to see what they knew about them, and it happened to be super wrong, but I was wondering if it was easy or readily available to do for regular people.
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I had commented earlier that I thought it was better as a US citizen to use foreign services, but did not seem to get concenseous on that assertion, most arguing the counterpoint. Their logic being that US->EU communication is survailable in the US without warrant due to five-eyes, and similar programs.My logic:VPN and SSL traffic will be encrypted meaning that tapping the feed yields no information.US ISPs are routinely given US-Court requests to identify a billing account associated with a particular IP address at a particular timestamp, and these requests are largely heeded by US ISPs.US-Court requests to correlate IP-address to billing account carry much less weight in foreign countries, and are largely ignored by privacy minded foreign ISPs.I guess my thought process is, that it would be much more likely to lose privacy due to  than through  or . Is this nieve. Is encryption in this day and age that worthless? Do US-Court requests carry that much weight overseas?