Release: Tillie Kottmann (20 GB)
After the raid of the hacktivist's house in Switzerland and the seizure of their devices, Distributed Denial of Secrets stands in solidarity.
“Tillie's Antiproprietary leaking operation was deliberately separate from #DDoSecrets, but we nevertheless stand in solidarity with our comrade,” wrote Emma Best on Twitter.
Emma Best 🏳️🌈🏴 Demon Hacker @NatSecGeekTillie AKA Antiproprietary AKA Deletescape was raided this morning. I'm told they're fine, but their devices have been confiscated. #APT69420 https://t.co/urkJ3cHoJr
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“As of this tweet, Tillie uses it/its or they/them pronouns. Tillie has also expressed that fae/faer pronouns can be used. No, I am not joking. You will respect Tillie and Tillie’s pronouns or you will be blocked.” - @FreeJeremyNet