My question looks touchy, but I'll do my best to explain. You see, I live in country where democratic rules are quite, well, delusive.
In theory, there is freedom of speech, democratic elections and so on, but in practice trying to do anything in opposition to the current government's political course leads to many problems.
For example, the police can say that you are suspected of breaking copyright laws and take away you computer for months, then return it, saying "Okay, we've checked it out, looks like everything is normal," But your time will be completely wasted.
That is a reason I want to create a political site, but I want it to be anonymous. I mean, anonymous in reference to who is supporting it in technical sense. It will be a public area though, where anyone across the country who has something important to say will have the ability to do so.
So my question is, what I should keep in mind to be as unreachable as possible? For example, remote deployment/development is not a problem; I can use ssh forwarding to encrypt all my traffic.
What I'm most concerned about is getting domain name and paying for hosting; is there anything else that I should be concerned about?