Besides the sections on guerrilla warfare tactics, there's also section civil disobedience. Generally this involves workers acting as incompetently as possible:
"Employees in plants and shops
Work slowly. Turn out poor quality goods and produce many rejects. Take a break often. Treat machinery, installations and engines carelessly. Cause excessive waste. Use excessive quantities of water, power, fuel and grease. Take excessive sick leave."
I had a Google and found a few more facts:
* This anecdote comes from Dagmar Simova, Albright's first cousin, who was 12
* The bomb landed in London, during the Blitz
* It is implied this particular bomb landed in their neighborhood
That gem was from one of the WWII-era OSS manuals as well, if I remember correctly, aimed at French Resistance operatives working in Nazi-controlled factories.
"The Office of Strategic Services' 1944 Simple Sabotage Field Manual (2015)"
"Haggle over precise wordings of communications, minutes, resolutions."
Are you a secret CIA saboteur?
>Don't access Project Gutenberg from hosted servers.
Wow, fuck that.
The hosted servers one I can rather understand and sympathise with, having been woken out of a sound sleep at 3am one too many times result of some hosted-space bot hammering our site and driving us offline.
A policy to institute CIDR-wide firewall rules on first sight tends to ensure sound sleep. Fairness be fucked.
(Vastly better tools for dealing with DoS would be a huge benefit generally, and much as I love Tor, it's really messing up with the Old Way of Resolving Asshats. I haet haet haet Cloudflare's incompetence, but understand why they do what they do. I'm not saying they've got the right answer though -- but again, that problem is hard.)
No PDF for you.
On the one hand, I understand. On the other, it seems the Internet is becoming an increasingly differentiated network.
Guess I'll finally have to bite the bullet and set up my own VPN server -- and hope it's in an IP address range that is not overly flagged.
Looks like they took advantage of the theory that "Any sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice"
Uhura: We are experiencing technical malfunction. All backup systems inoperative.
Chekov: Excellent-I mean, too bad.
She wasn't on the side of peace between the Federation and the Klingon Empire; her and her co-conspirators within the Federation would surely see themselves as on the side of the Federation, and the pro-peace group as not being on the side of the Federation.
It is a great read.
Cryptome is one of those places that continuously test the letter and the spirit of freedom-of-expression laws, a canary of sort, but also a gateway to the rabbit hole of crazy conspiracy theories, and a remnant of the anarchist Internet that was. One day it will go away and we will miss it.
It's incredible how those "tips" from the end of the article resemble some public/private companies that I've worked on.
Sabotage is a useful technique in wartime. The CIA (the the OSS) investigated something like 15,000 supposed acts of sabotage in the US during WWII. (I don't think they found any that were actual sabotage).
They'd want to promote sabotage in Axis countries, and to prevent sabotage-like activity in allied countries, as much as possible.
You could argue that perfectly loyal American tank and torpedo designers accomplished a lot more than any Axis agent could have hoped for.
require all work to be logged in the proper system so that any exceptional productivity will be tempered by time spent updating tickets
If the target can't prove something is intentional, it compounds the damage done, manages risks, etc.
Take movies with unreliable narrators (say, "Gur Hfhny Fhfcrpgf") as an example. Who or what can you trust?