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Please watch the swearing in this thread.This is your only warning.
post #122 of 411
More senationlist alarmism... If you're using the internet, then you don't care too much about privacy PERIOD!

If you send/receive data over any kind of wireless connection, you don't care about privacy enough to rage against the machines.

If you've ever used US postal services to send/receive letters, then you don't care about privacy enough.

Seriously... The moment you set foot on PUBLIC streets, you lose a lot of your privacy.

No one is forcing you to use anything so until they are, I'm really tired of seeing this junk being strew about this forum.
Edited by BizzareRide - 10/29/11 at 7:04pm
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An inferior experience in every way though
Inferior experience is better than no experience.. I no longer have my sig rig Plus I don't have to use Origin so I don't mind at all
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I read about this. I wonder if steam scans all my computer data. . .
It knows every program you use.

It could also easily 'trick' any user to allow it to have even more control because with every game you download you have to click through probably a 1/2 dozen separate installs.
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More senationlist alarmism... If you're using the internet, then you don't care too much about privacy PERIOD!
Ok, BizzareRide, will you please reply with the following complete information:

1. Complete medical records;

2. Financial records;

3. Fiscal records;

4. Property records;

5. Adress, phone number, e-mail accounts, Facebook user id, all other social networks you're registered into, along with all the forums;

6. Pictures from your childhood and from now from different angles so you can be easily identified, along with photos from your family and friends;


I hope that is ok with you given that you are on the internet and have therefore given up on your privacy rights, right ?
Edited by tpi2007 - 10/29/11 at 7:08pm
 
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What is it that you people are missing? What point hasn't been made that this is not only potentially but very substantially going to affect future efforts to invade your computer privacy - of which may well endow your future being as an individual, father, mother, grandparent?

If EA, a leading video game development and publishing company, can get away with it - what makes you think that Microsoft, Apple, Symantec, and Adobe wouldn't jump on the bandwagon with proof of concept?

You do realize that your world is not digitized yet. Parts of it are, but not completely. That will change - and soon. It's already happening. Medical files, health records, voting records, consumer receipts, and on and on - will all be fully digitized at some point. This is no conspiracy either - it just is - what it will be.
    
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I'll remind everyone again, no political remarks or references. Please keep it in line with the TOS.
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What is it that you people are missing? What point hasn't been made that this is not only potentially but very substantially going to affect future efforts to invade your computer privacy - of which man well endow your future being as an individual, father, mother, grandparent?

If EA, a leading video game development and publishing company, can get away with it - what makes you think that Microsoft, Apple, Symantec, and Adobe wouldn't jump on the bandwagon with proof of concept?

You do realize that your world is not digitized yet. Parts of it are, but not completely. That will change - and soon. It's already happening. Medical files, health records, voting records, consumer receipts, and on and on - will all be fully digitized at some point. This is no conspiracy either - it just is - what it will be.
what will they do with all this information? please tell me?
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Good thing I deleted Origin AFTER the Beta -_-
    
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Ok, BizzareRide, will you please reply with the following:

1. Complete medical records;

2. Financial records;

3. Fiscal records;

4. Property records;

5. Adress, phone number, e-mail accounts, facebook user id, all other social networks you're registered into, along with all the forums;

6. Pictures from your childhood, from now form different angles so you can be easily identified, photos from your family and friends;


I hope that is ok with you given that you are on the internet have therefore given up on your rights, right ?
You're not offering me any services... Basically you have no authority.
Edited by BizzareRide - 10/29/11 at 7:10pm
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