- Added to Catalog: 2023
- Publisher: Counter-Surveillance Resource Center
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This zine is produced by the Counter-Surveillance Resource Center and that covers the techniques used by the state against anarchists and other rebels. The text discusses tactics the state uses, potential mitigations, and explores repressive operations undertaken by the state. The Threat Library is a tool to help you to think through what mitigations should be enacted in a specific project, and a way to navigate resources that go into more depth on these subjects.
Note: This is regularly updated, the links here go to the updated PDF on the Counter-Surveillance Resource Center’s website.
The Threat Library is a knowledge base of techniques used by the enemies of anarchists and other rebels -- a breakdown and classification of actions that can be used against us. Ultimately, the Threat Library is a tool to help you to think through what mitigations should be enacted in a specific project, and a way to navigate resources that go into more depth on these subjects. In other words, it helps you to arrive at appropriate Operational Security (OpSec) for your threat model.
Zines are in PDF format. Choose imposed for printing and reading for reading on your device. The files are hosted on Archive.org, a service that does not log IP addresses.