Saw this on youtube and thought I should share. It scares me and it should scare you.
Didn't watch the video, but surely the William-guy would get murdered by some government agency if he revealed stuff like this?
It's worrying when he states they retroactively analyse the data once you are in their sights.
Yeah, the fact that you're hearing his story means he's safe. It's the ones who's stories you don't hear that should worry you.
"Patriotic sounding name, Terrorist Surveillance Program"
You can get support for anything just by shouting the word 'terrorist' in the US, can't you
5:2 diet? Pft!
One year, 62kg/136lb lost. Only a little bit left...
Wasn't this the plot of a few Newsroom episodes?
Its Russia Today.
Same level as Daily Mail.
So yea, they can stick their "sensation" somewhere dark...
This thread reminds me of this TV show. However as far as I can recall, wireless transmission isn't protected under the "Right to Privacy" in the USA.
Happening in the UK too
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When a Republican administration does the sort of things our government does, the Democrats throw a fit. When the Democrats do it, the Republicans throw a fit. Neither of them acknowledge what a double standard it is. They're only against flagrant abuse of government power when they aren't the ones running the government.
Well I don't doubt it, but my only thought about this video is get a real lighting director lady. The way the lighting is set up now it casts weird shadows on your face that make you look like you have one terribly uneven eyebrow.
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Well 1, 2, 3, take my hand and come with me
Because you look so fine
And I really wanna make you mine
Before even watching the video, I was thinking of the insane amount of money that could be used for education and healthcare if Homeland Security, NSA etc etc was shut down. (Keeping FBI / CIA as they are though)
is that a Microsoft surface shes using ?
Does anything seen or heard on the video actually surprise anyone? Do people really think governments really respect privacy or require warrants? Wake up and smell the coffee...