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File: 21f1f2f278217a9⋯.png (40.83 KB, 930x482, 465:241, monday.png)

 No.863013[Reply]

Has anyone else found...

>Fake twitter accounts with 8ch content

>The same thread posted on multiple boards

>Replies that don't make sense

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 No.863202

>>863060

>>863066

First option: possible, but why would he do that, when it can kill the community?

Second option: They want r/the_donald and 4chan to leave, so that can't happen

Third option: Possibly 4/commies/, combined with /leftypol/ starting a raid to burn it down.


 No.863206

>>863202

You really think Jim cares about "the community"?


 No.863249

File: edd65204cbe6038⋯.png (81.48 KB, 500x399, 500:399, 97ce2fe528fd9769d023b926ff….png)

>>863045

You saw a Twitter account that automatically posts a board's new threads to an account about said board, and your first thought is that Jim is selling data to them? What is wrong with your brain?

>>863202

>Possibly 4/commies/, combined with /leftypol/ starting a raid to burn it down.

Or they're flooding in here from /g/ because the retard that runs that site keeps making it even more inhospitable for them. (see >>839692 ) This is not news. It's been happening for months and you'd have to be blind to not see it.


 No.863254

File: 82d9f9256bdea7b⋯.jpg (72.6 KB, 480x640, 3:4, bo2.jpg)

>>863083

i wish the leftypol botting meme would die. the BO is a semi-retard student who is probably a tranny.

i mean jesus, look at the PMs he sent his volunteers

>>>/8pol/56


 No.863283

>>863249

>>863254

In the micro scale, yes, it is just 4/g/ coming to /tech/, the bots don't target here.

In the macro scale, it is 4/commies/ trying to mess with multiple boards.




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 No.858452[Reply]

The future will hold a heavily restricted internet with ISPs selling you access to fb/yt/twitter/wiki/amazon etc and other sites being inaccessible because the goverment declared them "hostile".

There is no way to stop it so we need a proper alternative internet before its too late.

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 No.861216

The government doesn't need to do anything here. All you need is for the industry to continue to consolidate until corporate control of what you see and access is absolute. Google is already massively impacting web traffic by tweaking their algorithms to direct people away from websites they don't like.


 No.863155

>>858465

take a trip to china and ask their toadposters how they get around river crabs.


 No.863176

File: a2516564e59ca9c⋯.gif (472.76 KB, 500x289, 500:289, serveimage.gif)

>>861216

Yep. Censorship is good, but it's even better if you don't need to censor because all information people seek and find is already kosher. A few autists can get around it, but getting 99.999% of people is more than good enough.


 No.863182

>>858527

Badthink sites will be banned regardless of net neutrality. Big Tech was using their power to ban anyone they deem ungood before net neutrality was repealed -- see the mass bannings on Twitter and the Daily Stormer. Like every other rule regarding freedom of speech, net neutrality was never going to be applied evenly. It would have been used to protect leftists, while any doubleplusungood h'white men would be mysteriously exempted from its protection.

Net neutrality being repealed is a good thing. It exposes leddit/leftist/normalfaggots to censorship, while not changing the situation for non-leftists one iota.

I'm going to enjoy seeing leftist faggots bitch and moan as their favorite sites are restricted. Let's see how they like the censorship they've been foisting on everyone else for so long.


 No.863184

>>863182

>mfw it makes sense

Seriously do you even know who passed net neutrality? It was fucking Obama! It's SJW trash.




File: 645f361de7341f7⋯.jpeg (255.64 KB, 1183x1383, 1183:1383, demons.jpeg)

 No.860295[Reply]

Friendly reminder that if you're a person who respects their individual privacy and freedom, there is no reason to be using the products created by the botnet that is the Google company. There is a plethora of options available for you to replace your Google apps that are lighter, faster and better in general, including respect for freedom and privacy.

Reddit hub:

https://www.reddit.com/r/degoogle

>search engine?

SearX, DuckDuckGo, Findx, StartPage

>browser?

Brave, IceCat

>email?

Self Host, cock.li, Proton Mail, Hotmail (Still Botnet)

>cloud storage?

Syncthing, ownCloud, Nextcloud

>hardware?

Librem laptops by puri.sm

>app store?

F-Droid, Yalp for Play Store front end

>YouTube?

Vimeo

>SMS/Hangouts?

XMPP, Signal, [Wire](https://wire.com/en/)

>calendar?

Nextcloud, ownCloud, RadiCAL

>keep?

NextCloud, keep it in your emails.

>news?

RSS client, Librenews

>List of Software you can Self-Host

https://github.com/Kickball/awesome-selfhosted

>NextCloud Providers

https://nextcloud.com/providers/

>OwnCloud Providers,

https://owncloud.org/providers/

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 No.862958

>recommends shit Brave and IceCat that use bare IP and allow full fingerprinting and javascript

>totally ignores TorBrowser https://torproject.org

op is a faggot

<calendar?

<Nextcloud, ownCloud, RadiCAL

>using any ONLINE calendar

<ProtonMail

>recommending to use honeypot


 No.862967

Just use your ISP's mail server instead of webmail.


 No.863095

what do you lads think of YaCy? is it in a good state to be a daily search engine? i honestly do not think so


 No.863101

>>862460

>email

Posteo is the best I've found for 11 euro a year. I need to look into lavabit.


 No.863102

>>863095

It'll never be viable. Even there were a sufficiently large and sufficiently active network, imagine trying to teach a normie how to add yacy as a service on startup. Especially on an operating system that's not Unix like.




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 No.862437[Reply]

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 No.862990

>>862927

>>862926

Alright, just checked what the situation looks like in Germoney and found that one can get a dark fiber to the nearest metropolitan area (which should be enough to reach an IXP) for around 1000€ per month. So peering is indeed much more expensive than getting access to fiber.


 No.863011

>>862990

I'm assuming most anons don't live within 20km of Frankfurt. 1000€ for what distance?


 No.863061

File: 533d3bf0374f3cc⋯.png (325.99 KB, 642x750, 107:125, Gasline.png)

>>863011

It just says 700-1400€ to the nearest metro area. No specific distance. Would have to contact them for details.

But at least here in Europe that should be enough considering that there are IXPs everywhere within a couple dozen kilometers. Obviously not "tier 1" like DE-CIX Frankfurt, AMSIX or LINX, but smaller ones like DE-CIX Hamburg/Dusseldorf/Munich, BCIX or ECIX.

But even a line to Frankfurt shouldn't be anywhere as expensive as what peering costs given how relatively central Frankfurt is located, how tiny Germany is, and how dense WANs running over transmission lines and pipelines are; I'd say 400km or so max from any location.

Probably a whole lot different compared in North America though where you'd have to run 100s of miles over lines owned by a dozen companies.


 No.863090

>>862437

Yes, let me just block traffic for no reason so I can make a completely unrelated "statement". How progressive!


 No.863097

>>862543

But then you'll get complete jackasses who think their euro piece of shit makes him a pro driver speeding down downtown streets like this guy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfS8iz2NaLE

You can't make a death go away with money.




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 No.857454[Reply]

How do we save rtorrent?

The codebase has become way to convoluted and is rarely updated.

How can we save the greatest torrent client ever?

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 No.858199

>>857996

>Windows

THERE'S YOUR FUCKING PROBLEM. Deluge is optimized for running on *nix.


 No.858230

>>858199

>python program using an horrible boostruosity like libtorrent-rasterbar

>optimized for anything


 No.858361

>>857741

That's problem with libtorrent not rtorrent [1]. Apprently someone forgot major distros started rolling c++ compilers with C++11 features.

[1] https://github.com/rakshasa/libtorrent/issues/158

[2] https://github.com/rakshasa/libtorrent/commit/462f358f8fb3f842c2086b96d396c7d27736add9


 No.858425

>>858361

That's why you set -std= in your makefiles. Fucking retards.


 No.863088

>>857506

This is exactly what I've been looking for. I've never been very sucessfull when trying to set up rutorrent; instead running it in a dtach session works, but I'd rather have a server-client model alà mpd.

A shame there haven't been any activity for six years, and the forks seem to be mostly minor code/documentation improvements.




 No.857745[Reply]

2.5" vs 3.5" hdd - the ultimate solution of the hard drive choice

2.5" pros:

-small inside PC, also allows you to have smaller case

-small and light when you need to transport it, can easily be put into jacket pocket

-quiet and low vibration

-low power

-can easily be hidden in your house when police knocks on your door (because it's small and thin)

-can be put into laptop and PC, or used as external drive

3.5" pros:

-big, can store a lot of terabytes

-heavier, less prone against damage

-harder to be stolen

-cheaper per terabyte

-can store a lot more on single platter

What is the ultimate form factor that we all should be using?

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 No.859603

>>857747

this

fuck your miniaturization I have a fucking ATX case not some soyboy meltdownbook


 No.860116

So, what 8ch consensus we got?


 No.860117

>>860116

>tell me what to think

back to /pol/ with you trash


 No.860154

>>860117

thank you will think that


 No.862971

also what thickness?

there are 2.5" drives that are: 7mm 9.5mm 15mm 20mm

different number of plates

better two HDD's one plate, or one two-platter HDD? which is quieter?




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 No.851214[Reply]

Have you forgot of Ross?

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 No.852407

>>852404

>>851214

>>852405

!, HE IS SIGNED UP TO A CODE THAT SENDS DAMAGE FROM HIM TO THE BLUES , AND THEY WASH OUT FIRE , AS IF A DEFENSE AND MEDICAL HELP , HE IS A BAD GUY , HE IS SOMEONE BAD ,!


 No.852692

>>852405

What is a difinity?


 No.855273

>>852692

They're a married couple, dude. Do you even Ross-lore


 No.862724

>>852405

Wait, what?


 No.862738

I wonder if he's joined the aryan bortherhood yet.




File: fa8954a8ff845e9⋯.png (4.84 KB, 283x33, 283:33, logo-new.png)

 No.860090[Reply]

The anonymous Pineapple Fund has donated $1 million worth of Bitcoin to promote and defend free software, computer user freedom, and digital rights.

BOSTON, Massachusetts, USA -- Tuesday, January 30, 2018 -- The Free Software Foundation (FSF) announced it has received a record-breaking charitable contribution of 91.45 Bitcoin from the Pineapple Fund, valued at $1 million at the time of the donation. This gift is a testament to the importance of free software, computer user freedom, and digital rights when technology is interwoven with daily life.

"Free software is more than open source; it is a movement that encourages community collaboration and protects users' freedom," wrote Pine, the Pineapple Fund's founder. "The Free Software Foundation does amazing work, and I'm certain the funds will be put to good use."

"The FSF is honored to receive this generous donation from the Pineapple Fund in service of the free software movement," said John Sullivan, FSF executive director. "We will use it to further empower free software activists and developers around the world. Now is a critical time for computer user freedom, and this gift will make a tremendous difference in our ability, as a movement, to meet the challenges."

The anonymous Pineapple Fund, created to give away $86 million worth of Bitcoin to charities and social causes, "is about making bold and smart bets that hopefully impact everyone in our world."

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 No.860679

File: 0e68f9b2df806c1⋯.jpg (142.82 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, Stallman-eat.jpg)

>>860641

no, it screams "more sweet things".


 No.860983

>>860211

>Both are tradable goods

We will see when they'll try to cash it.


 No.860987

>>860519

>What would that change

Extreme simplicity of what the Linux kernel as a very hard time to do.

Containers ? Virtualization ?

Just create a neighborhurd and you're good.

Want to debug the micro kernel ?

Create a subhurd

The hurd project has some really good ideas my only worry is the people on the social justice mindset who have infected a lot of projects (either the fsf, linux, bsd etc...no one has been spared from this)


 No.861030

>>860641

Pretty sure he has a problem with his pancreas.


 No.862477

>>860987

if it is ever finished, more than likely someone will rewrite it from scratch. Look at the commit logs going back over the years, just different people tearing up what their predecessors had done. It seems the "developers" have mostly been people trying to learn about microkernels, getting bored and moving on. Rinse and repeat.




File: 709c150a7568c3d⋯.jpg (87.52 KB, 1400x900, 14:9, g4.jpg)

 No.859551[Reply]

What's the state of Linux and BSD on PowerPC Macs? I have an iBook G4 and I'm hoping to get some use out of it.

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 No.861163

>>859645

My grandma just gave me one that was sitting in her drawer. I'd like to at least get some use out of it.


 No.861167

Does anyone know if these are vulnerable to specter-like attacks?


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 No.861478

>>861139

APM partitions don't necessarily have to be in sequential order on disk, and mac-fdisk has the ability to add partitions out of order. You could try taking 256 MB out of your swap partition for use as a boot partition while keeping your remaining swap space.

>grub

I've never tried it, but PowerPC is supported by GRUB2 for the last couple of years and some people do use it.


 No.862334

I reformatted my swap for an ext2 /boot. Now it can load the kernel but it panics because it cant mount /. I compiled it with ext4 support and everything, and yaboot.conf has root set correctly.




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 No.849288[Reply]

What gives each coins their value? Friend posted on his facebook that he made 20m from coins and started posting him spending money like a lunatic so I checked the prices. Bitcoin, which I sold for $5 each are now apparently worth 17k. Even dogecoin which was supposed to be a meme jumped 80 times.

I thought blockchain technology was easily replicable and widely available so bitcoin was a meme? Why are there so many new coins coming out and why are they worth so much?

I just wanted to know before I killed myself. I could have retired from the coins I had.

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 No.859643

>>859256

>How will they increase in value when the supply is so limited that others can't trade them?

>millions of coins is limited

why are no coiners so dumb?


 No.860973

>>859643

But the scammer already owns 6m coins?


 No.862142

>>849288

Truths

>easy come, easy go. rather than be used legitimately as currency they only see it as opportunity to get to riches as stockbroker

>scamcoins can work unless it don't shit itself before you get to jump off the shipwreck

>overly complicated and require opsec and netsec or "technical skill" for a boomer standpoint

>people can build scamcoins to earn more and they do, deception is a human trait. just deal with it. scams happen anywhere.

>can be perfect but not well-adopted to make it so.

>not enforced, no one starves because of lacking bitcoin

>you don't need quadrillions of shit (in USD) to feed the whole world. currency itself is a meme too. bitcoin is just the beginning of a cycle of self-repair

the pendulum moving. more technologies to come.

Fallacies

>satoshi is 'le jew'

>bitcoin is scam(*)

>bubble tulip mememe

>>851612

>get rid of the ((()))

I've already intuitively thought of that. Anarchist coins are basically

>more sane and humane currency

>transparency, replicability, and free markets

Although it still isn't perfect.

>>851712

Sup.

Silicon market is under attack right now.

>>858770

>The lie of Post too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.862174

What gives the price is that it's essentially a big ponzy scheme.

Even Sakamoto probably understood this hence why he did not want to be associated.

The only question left to answer is whether the original bitcoin was also a ponzy scheme.

But, all the following coins almost certainly are wall street insider scams.


 No.862291

>>862174

>implying Sakamoto will ever reveal himself

>(((they))) are using this as a reason fuel to "muh ponzy scheme effyoudee"

You don't know how wars are fought, young soldier.

If you can't elicit the actions of the other side through spirits or fellow men then you cannot fight that other side.




File: 9e69464e07c6a2b⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1002x933, 334:311, amazonwristband.png)

 No.861366[Reply]

LONDON — What if your employer made you wear a wristband that tracked your every move, and that even nudged you via vibrations when it judged that you were doing something wrong?

What if your supervisor could identify every time you paused to scratch or fidget, and for how long you took a bathroom break?

What may sound like dystopian fiction could become a reality for Amazon warehouse workers around the world. The company has won two patents for such a wristband, though it was unclear if Amazon planned to actually manufacture the tracking device and have employees wear it.

The online retail giant, which plans to build a second headquarters and recently shortlisted 20 potential host cities for it, has also been known to experiment in-house with new technology before selling it worldwide.

Amazon, which rarely discloses information on its patents, could not immediately be reached for comment on Thursday.

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But the patent disclosure goes to the heart about a global debate about privacy and security. Amazon already has a reputation for a workplace culture that thrives on a hard-hitting management style, and has experimented with how far it can push white-collar workers in order to reach its delivery targets.

Privacy advocates, however, note that a lot can go wrong even with everyday tracking technology. On Monday, the tech industry was jolted by the discovery that Strava, a fitness app that allows users to track their activities and compare their performance with other people running or cycling in the same places, had unwittingly highlighted the locations of United States military bases and the movements of their personnel in Iraq and Syria.

The patent applications, filed in 2016, were published in September, and the company won them this week, according to GeekWire, which reported the patents’ publication on Tuesday.

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 No.862004

File: 266dc359fefea49⋯.png (747.5 KB, 1520x1121, 80:59, ai_whites.png)

>>862000

>Manna micro-managed

>walk toward the freezer.

God that sounds really horrible (and efficient), it'd be like being in an adventure game and doing whatever the player wanted. Will read.

>>862002

>it is the only way to make niggers productive

It should go one step further, some commie creates an AI and uses it to force niggers into tricking everyone else they aren't retards.


 No.862005

>>862004

An AI like in the story would be well on the way to fixing the socialist calculation problem.


 No.862195

This is the necessary endpoint of capitalism. Maximum efficiency.

Kill it.


 No.862251

>>862004

The funny thing about the Gorillas is google couldn't figure out how to "fix" it so they just removed Gorillas from the algorithm completely.


 No.862253

>>862195

Capitalism cannot be killed, it will continue until humanity destroyed. Even in communism capitalism will continue.




File: 5a899d64c7659a9⋯.png (15.09 KB, 620x413, 620:413, PDA.png)

 No.854225[Reply]

Gemini PDA (CES 2018)

https://www.hooktube.com/watch?v=zQLawxkYyug

afagasfsdfag

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 No.858327

File: 32e87b7ea129287⋯.png (667 KB, 1000x742, 500:371, dualscreen.png)

>>854952

this looks interesting


 No.858817

>>858327

>nine years old processor

at least it's AMD


 No.859665

>>858125

The SDIO interface is still alive inside devices.

Especially for wifi chipsets.


 No.862122

>>858147

Unless you're not using project Ara as a smartphone then you'll be fine but the normies do so who cares if they don't get a slice of the cake? Just feast on their hype to generate profits for the next release.

Most UMPCs aren't durable as the average app toys they drop on floors and bucket of water in under a week.

For a UMPC or PDA usage, it's a good idea. Even better if they release a 7" frame. As long as they implement an unlocked bootloader IDGAS about tampering the warranties they offer but hopefully they slap in at least a coreboot in there.

The catch is they are letting various companies compete each other making components or whatever they call it. Once this becomes the hype others will try imitate the concept and improve it (assuming the entire modular idea isn't completely patent jewed).


 No.862236

>>854225

Librem 5 is better

>>854231

The version without a SIM slot is 100$ cheaper and still available.




File: 83a11c0a4ab7afe⋯.jpg (44.54 KB, 590x407, 590:407, snowden1.JPG)

 No.862162[Reply]

What is /tech/'s opinion on based reddit man?

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 No.862175

Nunes followed procedure and took a decidedly legal route. He didn't even take risks, yielding to Presidential authority rather than using congressional powers to declassify the memo. Snowden is either a complete and utter moron (he is), or some deceitful journalist is taking liberties in quoting him; both are likely true.

Sage for not /tech/


 No.862190

>reddit


 No.862219

>>862165

So you mean to say that nobody should be a whistleblower because there's no hope that it will do anything? What a sad way of thinking.


 No.862223

>>862175

>Snowden is either a complete and utter moron

I actually don't think this is the case. After this, I'm rolling with the Controlled Op narrative.


 No.862235

>>862165

>le snowden's revelations are nothing imporrtant goy!

Gonna have to try harder faggot




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 No.847616[Reply]

Is the internet over? Do we have to go back to the pre-internet world now where ((( they ))) have absolute control over everything? What happens when every computer gets compromised at once?

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 No.859542

>>859525

Speaking of which... does anyone know if Source Mage does cross compiling well?


 No.860860

>>859439

I sure wonder (((who))) could be behind such an abhorrent post, don't you guys?


 No.860869

>>859510

>Not really. You can't even browse most websites now without botnet browser that depends on botnet OS and botnet hardware.

Then don't use those websites, browsers, and OSes, genius. Fuck, do I have to hold your hand for you?


 No.862166

>>848962

You posting larping kike who attack whitest country with commies. Congratulations with your taste in idols. Follow your leader you stupid kike.


 No.862197

>>860869

You are one dense motherfucker. Read the reply chain of what I posted and use your brain. Your suggestion of not browsing most modern websites validates precisely what I wrote.




File: 9b72d66519645af⋯.gif (1.69 MB, 1600x900, 16:9, 150910-twitter-bots.gif)

 No.859857[Reply]

>Several Devumi customers acknowledged that they bought bots because their careers had come to depend, in part, on the appearance of social media influence. “No one will take you seriously if you don’t have a noteworthy presence,” said Jason Schenker, an economist who specializes in economic forecasting and has purchased at least 260,000 followers.

>Not surprisingly, Devumi has sold millions of followers and retweets to entertainers on the lower and middle rungs of Hollywood, such as the actor Ryan Hurst, a star of the television series “Sons of Anarchy.” In 2016 and 2017, he bought a total of 750,000 followers, about three-quarters of his current count. It cost less than $4,000, according to company records. Mr. Hurst did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

>Influencers need not be well known to rake in endorsement money. According to a recent profile in the British tabloid The Sun, two young siblings, Arabella and Jaadin Daho, earn a combined $100,000 a year as influencers, working with brands such as Amazon, Disney, Louis Vuitton and Nintendo. Arabella, who is 14, tweets under the name Amazing Arabella.

>But her Twitter account — and her brother’s — are boosted by thousands of retweets purchased by their mother and manager, Shadia Daho, according to Devumi records. Ms. Daho did not respond to repeated attempts to reach her by email and through a public relations firm.

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/01/27/technology/social-media-bots.html

Realistically how many accounts on Twitter are fake?

I'm thinking 70%+.

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 No.861381

>>861364

Most of these server farms are Amazon AWS and today like 90% of everything is on there... if you try to block them then you blocked A LOT of stuff


 No.861962

>>861381

>SYSTEM pseudo-process sends encrypted data to some host with its reverse DNS being some generic cloud service domain name


 No.862161

File: d6a550bf6069179⋯.jpg (107.24 KB, 1024x713, 1024:713, DVELvDzX0AATKcj.jpg)


 No.862177

>>859983

I am not a teenage girl.


 No.864267

>>862177

Why not




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