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Re: gmail usage
On Wed, Jul 06, 2016 at 10:22:18AM -0400, John Newman wrote:
> > On Jul 6, 2016, at 9:38 AM, Zenaan Harkness <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Build your own network. Rollout your own home servers/ open stack/
> > etc.
> > It's the only way you will ever get any "reasonable expectation of
> > privacy" honoured!
> > Enjoy the ride, too :)
> >> Setting up your own mail server
> >> (postfix+spamassasin+...clamav+..whatever) isn't really that hard,
> > Few ISPs provide a fixed IP address for free if you ask, some certainly
> > provide a fixed IP if you pay a little extra every month.
> > Recommended to have two IP addresses too - have fun :)
> I actually meant getting a VPS or cheap rack mount server at one of
> many many possible hosting facilities... where a /29 plus like more
> IPv6 addresses then you will ever need usually comes standard...
Renting a VPS is not ownership of the server/host.
If you don't own or at least control (physical access and all) the
hardware, your server's RAM is owned/pwned.
Think: VM is migrated across the hosting provider network, RAM and all.
Think: Root in the host, has access to RAM of all guests.
If you don't own it, you don't control it.
If you don't control it, it will be used against you.