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The Emancipation Op, Pt 1
A brief visual history from inception: 2/8/22. Peak activity was through June
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And dive in we shall. Feb 8, 2022, the blank account base, unused due to a decade of social media abstinence:
The first 3 tweets caused a Tweet carousel to appear in Google search results for “Jacob Kozinn.”
This was also to raise those links in the Google search results standings, a very old SEO technique.
This was the prelude to the LinkedIn Exposure, the final step of an operation being called “The Set Off.”
What follows are the changes and some of the relevant posts made to the LinkedIn account. It had hardly been used for years, due to the disability status:
The prepped Twitter account now linking to the LinkedIn account in the bio, ready for the operation, called “The Next York Times” (note the no-followers rule was from the inception):
It took a while to get my LinkedIn page to be publicly accessible, which now contained a serious criminal allegation, which only had meaning because the author had been pushed into the federal jurisdiction unwillingly:
It had been theorized that some kind of behind-the-scenes content moderation battle might happen if the accused requested to restrict public access to the LinkedIn page. There was already a tremendous amount of legal scrutiny underway.
On Feb 22, a more specific legal post went up on LinkedIn, which won’t be included here because it’s confusing and technical. (For another article.) Immediately, this caused the most suspect hit against the editor’s unlisted—even on Google— website at the time, firmboundary.com, which “could be nothing,” but Michael Andrews Bespoke is partially a Chinese entity.
The Next York Times begins 2/27/22, first as a medium to ask the Social Security Administration to begin my process of leaving Disabled status without earned income, which later failed due to a traditional-style housing fallout due to the exposure:
Adding the link to the LinkedIn profile on the Twitter bio as seen above finally helped the LinkedIn profile to show up in the “Jacob Kozinn” Google search results.
On Feb 28, The Next York Times published its first article on LinkedIn, which garnered enough low-key attention over the following few weeks to eventually became a prime “Jacob Kozinn” Google search result:
(Shortly thereafter, this became the first sign that something else was happening here too, and this number continued to escalate:)
No comment for the top tweet below, other than, some fishy things were also demonstrably happening. A DDOS is a Denial of Service attack, but it could have been other things. Certain details made it look like one, but only LinkedIn would know. Whatever was going on, LinkedIn took relatively quick action that made the profile start to load instantly.
Getting fancier by March 5. “PLEASE DON’T FOLLOW HERE. THANKS!” This is a frigging information security operation! And the Ukrainian Invasion propaganda campaign that infiltrated US social media from Russia had reached full swing, and was duly acknowledged:
Wait, if this is an information security operation, what the heck is this??: