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But hey, if you have nothing to hide, who cares! Right @Majin SSJ Eric

If you have nothing to hide, that means the crime is in your head.

Man this is really getting scary...
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Sure, but let's face it, most people don't do that.

They don't unplug their webcams either. They just let them plugged in the USB port too.

It's already been shown there is a way to remotely turn several cameras on and keep the red light OFF.

If memory serves, a school system got busted and sued for spying on students via their web cams without them knowing it.


Yup, here it is ... 5 years ago.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2010/feb/19/schools-spied-on-students-webcams
They actually admitted it themselves without compunction. Notice the indifference in their manner, there is nothing wrong unless it is in their perspective. They'll make a Captain Obvious statement while intending to say it actually as a plead for what they have been missing in their personality and are envious of. rolleyes.gif Narcissism should be treated like the plague, imo. It is the cancer of the society.
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Built in "remote access terminal" feature?
Nice. It's for my protection I'm told.
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But why is it called like a 12 year olds drawing project
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As a victim of workplace cyber attacks myself, I can say I believe this is happening to a lot of workplace whistleblowers out there, especially if their workplace has an IT department.

that's all I can say.
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All I want to know is why they think getting all this information is going to help them if it's not targeted? They've admitted in the past that they just end up sitting on the majority of it and being unable to make the connections they'd need to to actually find the majority of threats that they didn't already have clues to focus on. It seems more like the use of this whole system is to find dissidents and deal with them the most effective way possible; smear tactics and character assassinations.

In the mean time here's to hoping they don't have things that can break PGP and well done steganography.
     
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All I want to know is why they think getting all this information is going to help them if it's not targeted? They've admitted in the past that they just end up sitting on the majority of it and being unable to make the connections they'd need to to actually find the majority of threats that they didn't already have clues to focus on. It seems more like the use of this whole system is to find dissidents and deal with them the most effective way possible; smear tactics and character assassinations.

In the mean time here's to hoping they don't have things that can break PGP and well done steganography.

Them sitting on it and doing nothing with it is a lie. The point is to create a map of society, mapping everyone's social circle and habits, thus knowing everything about everyone.
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Snowden said it is martian people who found water on mars
You think we found it first?
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Them sitting on it and doing nothing with it is a lie. The point is to create a map of society, mapping everyone's social circle and habits, thus knowing everything about everyone.
You mean like this? (Click to show)

Edited by white owl - 10/8/15 at 12:31am
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marsian people had to escape Nasa and bug the Rover ,then they find water first, he said
You have a link? I'd like to read.
I like what Snowden did but he does say some silly things sometimes.
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In before "lol you guys are just paranoid tinfoil fedoras" and "no problem, I've got nothing to hide. You sound like you do" and the rest of the authoritarian arguments handbook.

TPP soon, fellow serf!
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