Discord for Shoplifting

Submitted by ackuteco in Shoplifting (edited by a moderator )

Here you can interact with many other people that are just like you.

Edit: Link was removed by gangshittttt due to the danger of this.


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thecathatstealsfromu wrote

discord aint safe yall they turned over a bunch of alt right logs theyll be happy to do it to you


Throwdown321 wrote (edited )

it make sense if the alt right is spewing hate, and violence. Do they have censorship filters, and stuff? it only takes 1 disgruntled person to report the discord. lets say he was originally on discord, and he was kicked out of it for violating that discord rules.


sudo wrote

Nobody knows, so we should assume the worst and use something else. Matrix is end-to-end encrypted, so nobody can snoop on what you're saying. That'd be ideal for something like this.


sudo wrote

Do not use Discord. Especially not for anything illegal. It's a centralized chat room - everything you say can be seen by the Discord admins. If they take offense to shoplifters, they could send the IP addresses and other data of everyone in that chat room to the police. For your own safety, I repeat - do not use Discord.

Something like Matrix is much safer - it's decentralized, and it's also end-to-end encrypted, meaning nobody can see what you're saying, except for the other people in the chatroom. As always, be careful about what personally identifying information you reveal - though unlikely, chat rooms like this could be "honeypot" operations run by the police, where they will goad you into bragging about crimes that you've committed, while also trying to get you to reveal your personal information. If you do want to participate in a chatroom like this, don't reveal any information that could be used to unmask you, and be suspicious of anyone asking for a lot of details. And, once again, for the love of lifting, DO NOT USE DISCORD.


jigga3 wrote (edited )

No. Usually what happens is a discord server is shut down and all accounts get banned that are members. They will generally not report you to the police, because a discord post is not proof of anything. Even if you did something severely illegal, there would have to charges placed against a user before Discord would turn the information over to the police. It's not easy to find someone based on IP and you would have to have a police warrant to get the ISP to release anything.

There are so many ways to obscure your I.P. (vpn, tor, proxy, etc.) that even if they did have your IP that doesn't guarantee that you are traceable. It would be a lot of work for Discord to go through every server and define what's illegal enough to warrant telling the police. I'm a member of some highly questionable discords and I don't think there's any issues.


sudo wrote

Look into browser fingerprinting. There are far more sophisticated ways to trace you online than just your IP address. I would get out of those questionable discord groups as soon as possible, if I were you.


Throwdown321 wrote

Only if the police are going to waste time and money to subpeona the platforms its usually unlikely, of course, like the subreddit, your not allowed to reveal your exact location. I just give the general region and state, so you cant pinpoint it.


boringskip wrote

trading one centralized corporate platform for another?