Christian BoyLove Forum #65040
Not much happening on the Azov front so far. Arguably your purchase alone already exposes you whatever may be coming down, or at least, the Crimean press (quite possibly unreliably) reported that the FBI had captured the credit card purchase info. So ditching the disks themselves may be of no significance if the authorities do decide to go after them. The current quiet on the legal front is hard to interpret - either the material has been again judged to be legal, which has happened several times before, or there is a blnet-type coordinated megabust in the works and the silence is stalking.
The Azov material has always been considered legal so far in countries such as the US, Canada and the UK. If you don't want to take chances with possible incremental fascisms making the laws ever more draconian, you can buy a couple of terabyte hard drives and encrypt them to include a truecrypt "hidden volume" (just google truecrypt - it's free and it comes with an easy to follow instructions pdf - there are also lots of youtubes showing setup). Upload the information in there, and toss out the discs in an untraceable way. That way, you're not vulnerable every time a new politician is trying to make a name for him- or herself.
Make copies on two hard drives because those big muthas sometimes fail. You need a very good passphrase that you can remember but that is not going to be discovered by even a supercomputer search.