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Old 19-11-2017, 03:32 PM   #21
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Spying will become obsolete once they achieve the singularity.
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Old 20-11-2017, 02:22 PM   #22
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Arguably “singularity” has already been achieved.

When people search for a home, they look for a neighbourhood where the residents are similar to themselves.
When we search for a club to play some hobby, we look for one where we don’t stand out.
When we go to a bar or nightclub, we only enjoy ourselves with likeminded individuals.
I sometimes see groups of kids, who walk, talk, dress alike, and listen to the same music.
People that act different, often become outcasts. Until, of course, they find other outsiders, who they can join and cultivate their “individuality”.

When we join an internet community we look for one where the members have similar views.
Joining internet communities is of course heavily promoted. Not only is this the perfect way to know what’s on our mind, it’s also the most efficient way to manipulate us (especially when we consider internet “friends” our real pals).

In this way we really don’t stand a chance to ever learn about other possible points of view...

One of the main reasons why Big Brother wants to know everything about us is because “they” need to know if (and how) their mind control techniques are working.
While a mind controlled population is the perfect slave labour force, there is also a danger in mind controlled slaves. Mind controlled slaves don’t think for themselves, and therefore can also suddenly become fed up as one gigantic, unstoppable group…

Like George H.W. Bush said in 1992:
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if the American people ever find out what we have done, they would chase us down the street and lynch us.

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Old 04-03-2018, 02:53 PM   #23
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The Tor Project is supposedly a private non-profit that provides encryption that is “NSA-proof”.
The Tor sham has been supported by respected limited hangout operations, like: ACLU, Fight for the Future, Wired, Vice, The Intercept, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Edward Snowden and Daniel Ellsberg that have pumped up Tor's rebel status to mythical proportions.

In reality Tor is almost 100% funded by the US government, it received millions of dollars from 3 US national security agencies: CIA spinoff Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), the Navy and the State Department.
The BBG is the biggest sponsor of Tor with more than $6 million in contracts from 2007 through 2015. Tor has been a military contractor with its own government contractor number: https://surveillancevalley.com/blog/...overnment-ties
(archived here: http://archive.is/SeyOx)

Tor has pledged it would never put any backdoors into their software.
It’s known that Tor has informed the BBG on security vulnerabilities. This is formally not building a backdoor, but in a sense informing them on backdoors. And... all software is hackable!
Because much of Tor’s funding is under the umbrella of private government corporation Radio Free Asia's, that refuses to comply with journalists' FOIA requests, there is no information on most communication. There is also no public information on the correspondence between Tor, the State Department and the US Navy.
That’s not even counting what Roger Dingledine and other Tor managers have discussed in meetings with US intelligence and law enforcement agencies.

In October 2007, Tor developer Steven Murdoch sent a report on the vulnerabilities connected to Tor encryption. They intentionally made Tor stand out from the rest of the internet traffic, which makes it easier to single out (target) people who use Tor.
This is formally not a backdoor, but it shows that they privately tip off the federal government, which makes it highly improbable that Tor is “NSA-proof”.

After Tor cofounder Roger Dingledine informed his BBG handlers in 2007, it took until 2011 before this information was shared with the public: https://surveillancevalley.com/blog/...u-s-government
(archived here: http://archive.is/GsyCy)

In my opinion, the only way to prevent spying is to never use any device with a computer chip...
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Old 07-04-2018, 09:35 AM   #24
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What amazes is that our deaf, dumb and blind media claim to be shocked when information like this cannot be denied anymore.
You really don’t have to be a “computer whiz” to know that big brother is watching us. The intelligence agencies, under the guise of fighting terrorism, demand (and get access) to several databases to combine the information, looking for “dangerous” people...

Web developer Dylan Curran found out that his Google data file is 5.5 gB and Facebook keeps a file of him with a size of 600 mB.

Google keeps information on, every:
Search made;
Event in Google calendar;
Webpage visited (including when and how long);
Ad viewed or clicked on;
Email ever sent or received.

Facebook records information on, every:
Messenger, text message and Facebook call sent, made or received;
Facebook friend;
Phone call;
Smartphone contact;
File sent or received;
Log in into Facebook.

Kelly Shortridge, found out that Google Chrome's built-in anti-virus Chrome Cleanup Tool (CCT) scans files on her computer. It was originally an optional add on for Chrome, but in October 2017, it became a compulsory part of the Chrome installation.
Chrome’s head of security Justin Schuh responded:
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CCT's sole purpose is to detect and remove unwanted software manipulating Chrome.
Potential data collection and associated consents are described in the Chrome Privacy Whitepaper, and every cleanup action requires an explicit user approval.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...-computer.html
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Old 17-04-2018, 09:28 PM   #25
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I have been sharing and commenting on this program and the connection with Cambridge Analytica and the Talpiot Prog on yt.
Not much interest.
Your post here is the 1st acknowledgement of a back door access.
I believe this is why Israel is getting away with everything - blackmail or threaten government and officials etc.
Israel manufactures Intel microprocessors with backdoors

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Old 18-04-2018, 08:37 AM   #26
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I was reading a news article this morning about facebook pointing the finger at other companies that are invading our privacy (exactly how you expect narcissistic psycopaths to react) - blame someone else - look over there!
...I'm sure we all know whose idea that was....

But someone in the comments section mentioned that they know someone who is married and related to Google and Youtube CEO's and someone that owns a DNA company that gets your DNA - so between them they store everything about you.

A quick search and I'm guessing it's a company like this one :

https://gizmodo.com/what-dna-testing...ies-1819158337

that collects your DNA spit sample for ancestry etc...

scary stuff....

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Old 19-04-2018, 09:19 AM   #27
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A quick search and I'm guessing it's a company like this one :

https://gizmodo.com/what-dna-testing...ies-1819158337

that collects your DNA spit sample for ancestry etc...
The following excerpt from the terms and conditions shows that AncestryDNA can do just about anything they want with "your" DNA (I've added enters):
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By submitting DNA to AncestryDNA, you grant AncestryDNA and the Ancestry Group Companies a

royalty-free, worldwide, sublicensable, transferable license to

host, transfer, process, analyze, distribute,
and communicate your Genetic Information

for the purposes of providing you products and services,
conducting Ancestry’s research and product development,

enhancing Ancestry’s user experience,
and making and offering personalized products and services.
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