Fan photo of 5J-blogger HAX in Berlin

Berlin – Sunday, July 6, 2014 – 5J-blogger Henrik “HAX” Alexandersson just after his latest posting on HAX.5July.org. He wrote a piece about how payment providers are curtailing privacy, security and liberty on the Internet, through refusing clients like Wikileaks, VPN providers and so forth. Protonmail is a new and tragic case, showing where we are heading. Read How to kill free information and privacy by stealth by HAX and what one can do!

We even found a t-shirt of the right size for our impressive blogger. Look into our shop to get one!

Henrik "HAX" Alexandersson, blogger for 5th of July Foundation. Photographed by Karl Andersson in Berlin on 6th of July 2014. CC BY-SA 3.0.

Henrik “HAX” Alexandersson, resident blogger at 5th of July Foundation. Photographed by Karl Andersson in Berlin on 6th of July 2014. CC BY-SA 3.0. Click the image for a larger version.

2 Responses to Fan photo of 5J-blogger HAX in Berlin

  1. Markus July 7, 2014 at 20:26 #

    Bah! You don’t take bitcoin as payment, but PayPal is fine. Double fail.

  2. Oscar July 7, 2014 at 20:43 #

    That’s right, we received many requests for PayPal so we decided to accept it. Bitcoin will be accepted when we launch services to the general public also, VPN services like Integrity.st that is now sold to ISP:s as bulk services where they collect payments. And, well, we may do it for t-shirts also.

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