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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    what a lame ass response. "I WANT NAMES".

    Here, let me entertain you.

    Do you own a cell phone, do you use free email services, do you use major search engines? If so, YOU

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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    This thread is such a fail it's funny.
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    US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    This thread is such a fail it's funny.
    Why do you say that?

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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by madman View Post
    what a lame ass response. "I WANT NAMES".

    Here, let me entertain you.

    Do you own a cell phone, do you use free email services, do you use major search engines? If so, YOU
    I was gonna ask him his name then say this. You stole my thunder.
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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    What do you think google IS??

    Google being involved with the NSA since its inception. You are getting information, and google logs and tracks even what you are thinking about... And with
    smartphones, people are telling google about themselves on a minute to minute basis.
    IKR, I was very much weirded out today when I logged into my google account on a new laptop (my desktop needs a replacement part) and not only did all of my bookmarks transfer to Chrome which I was expecting, but my history and search terms transferred as well. I thought those were stored client-side.

    Even the login username and passwords for sites were saved. Its like I never changed computers...

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    People dont really care much about privacy anymore.
    I certainly still do, though I have a reduced expectation on the net despite my privacy settings I still expect all government agencies and law enforcement to respect my rights and seek with good reason a warrant from a judge for any violations of my privacy, tracking of my data or snooping into my e-mail/bank accounts.

    I do not consider this an unreasonable expectation as a citizen.
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    no. You cannot lose rights you do not have in the first place. There is no such thing as the right to have any weapon of your choice regardless of any other consideration. It simply does not exist.

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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    Why do you say that?
    Because, I have no problem with the government looking over the e-mails of whatever company decides to work for them. These mercs for hire get too much sensitive information to NOT be seen as a possible security threat.
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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Because, I have no problem with the government looking over the e-mails of whatever company decides to work for them. These mercs for hire get too much sensitive information to NOT be seen as a possible security threat.
    When are we going to get to the point where the majority of the people don't think like you? You would think at some point people would start to actually value their rights and liberties and those of their fellow Americans. I'm not sure how many more things the government needs to take away before the people realize something is wrong.

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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by Muddy Creek View Post
    Seems as though they are keeping track of employees of highly sensitive documents to this nation's securities. And the problem is?
    Scanned by the govt or their own security people?
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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by Lachean View Post
    IKR, I was very much weirded out today when I logged into my google account on a new laptop (my desktop needs a replacement part) and not only did all of my bookmarks transfer to Chrome which I was expecting, but my history and search terms transferred as well. I thought those were stored client-side.

    Even the login username and passwords for sites were saved. Its like I never changed computers...
    Chrome has always been just another tool for google to take information from their customers. I warned people about this when it came out, but not a soul listened to me even if google didn't hide this fact.

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    Re: US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    When are we going to get to the point where the majority of the people don't think like you? You would think at some point people would start to actually value their rights and liberties and those of their fellow Americans. I'm not sure how many more things the government needs to take away before the people realize something is wrong.
    Lol, save it for a Ron Paul website.
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