The government is monitoring everything you say online and the phone

Discussion in 'Conspiracies' started by titorite, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. Einstein

    Einstein Well-Known Member

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    I'm just wondering if anyone has decided to sue the government for invasion of privacy. Since it is a guaranteed constitutional right.
     
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  2. Gpa

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    Not to worry. The're making plenty of room.
    https://nsa.gov1.info/utah-data-center/


    Let's see.
    Generic US phone number.. 321-555-1234 belonging to an unknown person.
    Generic Foreign phone number (020) 1234 4321 belonging to a known terrorist.
    (London-ish I think. Milo.X. can offer a better example but this serves to illustrate my point)
    Phone numbers for calls from overseas into the US are collected as well as the number called.
    This goes into a data set.
    When the phone number of a confirmed or suspected terrorist is learned, this data set is searched for any occurrence of that number calling INTO the US. Fast computers...no big deal.
    If it comes up in the search, the number that was called, IN THE US, is looked at more closely. I would consider that "probable case".
    Any calls "from that" US number, either back overseas, or domestically, are also fair game to be looked at.
    Since data has been collected for all calls the data set contains a history of that information that can be looked at. Without that "history", if the US number has since been discarded, determining "accomplices" would be difficult if not impossible. Instead, the tracks of others can be followed.
    Ok, so what if the number in the US was a mis-dial? Maybe there is a protocol to determine that. Only one call, see who owns the US number. Is the number still active? Has it received any more calls from this or any other suspect non-US number? No, set it to the side...but keep an eye on it. Yes, get wiretap orders and go to town on it.
    The same holds for data collection overseas. Collect it...if and when it is needed...use it to find bad guys.
    ALL of the other calls will be in a storage device and NO ONE will ever bother to look at it...UNLESS you become a bad guy.
    NO ONE is LISTENING to EVERY frickin call that is being made. There are not enough people in the world to do that. It's ridiculous.

    Ok, back to your favorite conspiracy theory. Hope I didn't spoil it for you by telling you the ending.
     
  3. JudasTitor

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    What is the bad guy? The guy responsible for the murder of 100,000 women and children in Iraq?
     
  4. Travelist

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    Well, private networks and encrypted traffic is what you need for not let thirdy party strangers bump into your busniess. There are a quite good amount of tutorials and video tutorials about it. Tor network is an exmaple of this protection you can use, just download the browser and you're in and I guess pretty none will know what you're doing (unless you're NSA :p)
     
  5. Gpa

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    Yea, he was one of the bad guys. He stood trial and was hanged for it. Good ending for him.

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    JudasTitor Well-Known Member

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    What is the bad guy? The guy responsible for the murder of 100,000 women and children in
    He's apparently still alive because civilians have been dying in Iraq since 2003.
    https://www.iraqbodycount.org/
     
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    When I was in high school, there was some hubbub about the Total Information Awareness program which was likely the proposed precursor to PRISM. I wrote a letter to my senator about how it troubled me. He swore to me that the government would never ever violate its citizens privacy in such an extreme way. I didn't exactly feel good about the letter I got back but I do think it's funny that it basically happened. I wonder how aware the legislative branch was before these programs were put into place. I don't necessarily think they would have much to stop them but I would like to know who knew what and when they knew.

    It's just so troubling because I've heard of some shady things the government has done with some of the information. I read an article about how intelligence agencies were using the porn habits of suspected terrorists to try and shame them in their communities and organizations. It's not a stretch to think that sort of thing could happen against normal citizens suspected of a crime. I'm sure they could do much worse as well.
     
  8. walt

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    Wow' thanks for a look into the information.
     
  10. walt

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    The pendulum has reached it's limit and is now starting to pick up speed in the opposite direction. The damage done by the left has awakened the fifth percent of the folks that have lost their jobs and that were kicked out of their homes. They now have time to kill just as the sick lame and lazy people that voted themselves free shit. Stay tuned folks as it is about to get very ugly very soon!
     
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    I know that the government do that.
    I wear tin foil hats.
     
  13. walt

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    Yes we know, and your point is?
    The "Bill of Rights" will bite them in the ass soon and the price to repair the damage will be high!
     
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  14. PaulaJedi

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    This thread is amusing. What has happened within the past month:

    FBI Director Comey admits that ALL digital data and phone calls are being recorded/collected.
    WikiLeaks confirms that all of our data and phone calls are being recorded/collected.
    Snowden confirms that Americans are being spied on.

    Who's the conspiracy theorist then?
     

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