Political Advocacy

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  • ProPublica - Journalism in the public interest. [▼ DOWN 2016-09-10 ]
  • UnClan - An anti-republican website devoted to the destruction of the republican race. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • 8chan political boards 150+ imageboards and textboards, wide range [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • wEye [Files] - A secure and anonymous platform for human rights videos. [New Site added 20161019] [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • World News Radio - 24-hour live radio news. The aim of the ‘World News Radio Today’ project is to provide a global talk-back radio station and full digital customized news delivery platform utilizing new and current technology to create a ‘digital disruption’ of the status quo. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • Caught in the Crossfire - Article from Medill News Service about a wave of non-criminal users is joining the dark web and stepping into the middle of a privacy battle [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]

Leaks, anti-government


Remember that centralized sites and services will always be prone to censorship. Censorship-free by design - on the other hand - are certain peer-to-peer services like Bitmessage.

  • Freedom of the press foundation [▼ DOWN 2016-12-06 ]
  • We Fight Censorship - a Reporters Without Borders project that aims to combat censorship and promote the flow of news and information. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • Sci-Hub (clearnet) - Public access to tens of millions of research papers. [1] [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • #youbroketheinternet - Wishes to bundle technolgies the recreate a basic foundation of liberty and cut out the men in the middle. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • Secret Admirers - Secret Admirers is a coding society. To be a member, you have to code/maintain privacy enhancing software and/or be the admin of privacy enhancing systems/services. This includes digital OPSEC tools and open-source hardware which is privacy/security related. [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]

Pro-Police, Official Government


Freenet Links

  • Cops Tactics [Freenet Link] - Leaked Projects, tactics and programs of law enforcement, Uploaded on 2016-05-03.
  • The Terrorist Handbook [Freenet Link] - Gunzenbomz Pyro-Technologies feels that it is important that everyone has some idea of just how easy it is for a terrorist to perform acts of terror; that is the reason for the existence of this publication.


French / Français

German / Deutsch

  • Deutschland im Deep Web - Informationskontrolle, nein danke! (site is heavily and randomly censored) // das dumme Schwein lucky Spax ist ein so verschissener Vollidiot, man hätte ihn im 2. WK ausrotten sollen. Hitler, hilf! [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]
  • Konkret - Das linke Magazin Archiv - leftist magazine [▲ UP 2017-08-26 ]

Italian / Italiano

Spanish / Español

White activism

  • W.A.R. [ Clearnet link! ] - White Aryan Resistance

Uncensorable Bitmessage chans

These channels will always be readable and cannot be centrally shut down. Bitmessage is not tornet![CAUTION] Post the chan Passphrase below:

  • Passphrase -- Description -- BM Address
  • general -- general chat -- BM-2DAV89w336ovy6BUJnfVRD5B9qipFbRgmr
  • privacy -- privacy related topics -- BM-2D8hw9EzzMMJUYV44txMFqbtq3T7MCvyz7
  • Politics -- be political -- BM-2D9d9op3Mf88EywdScTUfgTD8SsR32SrKR

See also


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Dead Hidden Services

Last complete Dead Service check was 2017-08-26 by --LinkChecker (talk)