Why haven't you moved your servers to Russia yet?
Yeah France and Europe in general is almost as bad as America. Except Iceland and Germany. All other places in Europe people hate privacy and encryption and view it as a islamist plot.
I don't live in the US. Also my basement under the house was designed to survive floods and fire.
>So why not move it to fucking russia?
Because I consider russians as subhuman savages who should be all purged with biological weaponry.
Bad in what sense? Economically it does, but people dont starve to death or stuff like that, its just that to buy a whim, you´ll have to save money for months. I live quite well by working on an environment protection agency
Russia is secretly allied with the US though, they'll turn your shit over to NSA if asked. Did you never watch Stargate SG-1?
You want to hide stuff, move it to Best Korea.
russians killed about 6 billions of my brothers and has occupied my country for about 120 years killing everybody who didn't comply with their communistic opinions, so no, you're not superior in any way, you're just a bunch of savages who should be exterminated in the most painful way. Even your current president says RUSSIA DIDN DO NUFFIN so yes, you're savages and yes, you should be all killed.
Go praise your savage grandfather, cancerous little shit.
>russia being any better place to keep your servers than the US.
Yeah, there goes your redpill.
Hola hola hola Poland is really nice щэ,I was there like 2 years ago and everything seemed great about it. And nobody said anything negative to me because I am Russian. You must be an autistic internet warrior , not listen to him , he brings shame to his own country
>unlimited 4g plan($5 a month)
That's awesome. Is it actually unlimited?
There's this trend in the US where "unlimited 4G" isn't unlimited at all. With my service, if I use over 5GB of 4G data, then speeds go down to 3G. So really it's unlimited 3G.
I think my bill is $55.
the soviet mass-built apartment complexes have shared basements, so not sure why not
Not really. Remember that Google was forced to implement the right to be forgotten and have any personal data linked to you removed from their servers if you requested so.
Also thanks to the EU most sites now notify you if they set cookies on your computer. The EU is much more concerned about people's rights for privacy than the US or Russia. In Russia the FSB most likely knows everything you're doing online.