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Do you think it's for your protection?. Brainwashing at its finest.

Also, who do you think they use as guinea pigs, for all of these 'advancements'. Before they're made to go external, outside of the country...

what’s your point ?
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what’s your point ?

Apparently, there is none.

Sorry, I forgot none of this applies to you. Seeing as you're living in space an' all.
post #23 of 80
How would you know the difference between IOT refrigerator and non-IOT refrigerator? You might already have one and not know it. It would have to be able to penetrate your network, but how hard would that be?
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and this was a conspiracy at one time . thumb.gif Go back to sleep sheep.
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post #25 of 80
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Apparently, there is none.

Sorry, I forgot none of this applies to you. Seeing as you're living in space an' all.

Re-read my post. All im saying is that unless laws change ( they will and there will be fanfare but they wont be enforced at the level we are talking about ) and technology becomes more secure ( it will periodically and then become vulnerable over time ) Then the people who have no knowledge but consume (evangelize) these devices are going to be sitting ducks ( or sheep if you prefer ).
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Re-read my post. All im saying is that unless laws change ( they will and there will be fanfare but they wont be enforced at the level we are talking about ) and technology becomes more secure ( it will periodically and then become vulnerable over time ) Then the people who have no knowledge but consume (evangelize) these devices are going to be sitting ducks ( or sheep if you prefer ).

Honestly - I read your initial statement as, you were speaking in terms of countries, rather than individuals. My bad. I misinterpreted your meaning.
Edited by Asmodean - 2/10/16 at 2:40pm
post #27 of 80
There's no need for me to reply. The government already knows what I'm about to say due to the microchip implant.
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There's no need for me to reply, the government already knows what I'm about to say due to the microchip implant.

the person in the avatar looks brainwashed is it you biggrin.gif
post #29 of 80
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the person in the avatar looks brainwashed is it you biggrin.gif

I forgot to mention...it's an Intel chip implant. AMD would overheat and melt my cerebral cortex.
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I forgot to mention...it's an Intel chip implant. AMD would overheat and melt my cerebral cortex.

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