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Ironically enough, there is another less obvious high-risk community justly concerned about security in the wake of the election results:
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Ironically enough, there is another less obvious high-risk community justly concerned about security in the wake of the election results, and just as keenly interested as others in this important Digital Security 101 Workshop:
  
 
*  The few of we local, more silent and discrete voters who switched our allegiances all the way from Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump following this June's Primary Election, and who are very much concerned with the realistic scenario that behind-the-scenes we '''will''' 1) get ferreted-out, positively identified, and isolated, 2) be unwillingly thrust into numerically disadvantaged, highly accusatory, unhealthy debate, and ultimately, 3) become targeted for various forms of obvious and much more subtle retaliatory actions clearly directed against us (e.g., mob reaction, blacklisting, harassment.)
 
*  The few of we local, more silent and discrete voters who switched our allegiances all the way from Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump following this June's Primary Election, and who are very much concerned with the realistic scenario that behind-the-scenes we '''will''' 1) get ferreted-out, positively identified, and isolated, 2) be unwillingly thrust into numerically disadvantaged, highly accusatory, unhealthy debate, and ultimately, 3) become targeted for various forms of obvious and much more subtle retaliatory actions clearly directed against us (e.g., mob reaction, blacklisting, harassment.)

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Ironically enough, there is another less obvious high-risk community justly concerned about security in the wake of the election results, and just as keenly interested as others in this important Digital Security 101 Workshop:

  • The few of we local, more silent and discrete voters who switched our allegiances all the way from Bernie Sanders to Donald Trump following this June's Primary Election, and who are very much concerned with the realistic scenario that behind-the-scenes we will 1) get ferreted-out, positively identified, and isolated, 2) be unwillingly thrust into numerically disadvantaged, highly accusatory, unhealthy debate, and ultimately, 3) become targeted for various forms of obvious and much more subtle retaliatory actions clearly directed against us (e.g., mob reaction, blacklisting, harassment.)