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Forum Post: are we turning into caged monkeys? always feel like somebody is watching us ?

Posted 6 months ago on March 10, 2018, 10:28 p.m. EST by elf3 (4011)
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Google is recording us everytime we say the word ok...comcast is selling your web searches.The invasion is complete. We are turning into caged monkeys, lab rats, livestock for the worlds elite. I feel like I'm being stalked and hunted by corporations and it just keeps getting worse. Are they going to sell my bedroom activity on pay per view next? Steal artistic ideas, books and itellectual property such as inventions or business ideas. It's open season on privacy. How far are we going to let them go? Is my fridge going to spy on my conversations for my boss Alexa? The constitution should still apply to technolgy. They are breaking the law and abusing the citizenry...plain and simple let's sue the shit out of them and disband every violator ....internet belongs in the public domain where the public has control ...one can't just opt out of technolgy and internet and still function in society it is a requirement to live and not just a recreational toy but a necessity to function in society. They have no right in the constitution to track datamine and stalk then sell and profit off the private personal information of the citizens of this country. It is a gross violation of freedom and the principles of democracy. One worth turning over our government for. It disgusts me to my core these whoring politicians who trapped and sold our private lives then began hitting record and charging a fee.

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[-] 1 points by elf3 (4011) 6 months ago

This post ghosted...where did it go. Guess my isp removed it afterall they can see my passwords now...caged monkeys was the heading always feel like sombody watching us then

.Google is recording us everytime we say the word ok...comcast is selling your web searches.The invasion is complete. We are turning into caged monkeys, lab rats, livestock for the worlds elite. I feel like I'm being stalked and hunted by corporations and it just keeps getting worse. Are they going to sell my bedroom activity on pay per view next? Steal artistic ideas, books and itellectual property such as inventions or business ideas. It's open season on privacy. How far are we going to let them go? Is my fridge going to spy on my conversations for my boss Alexa? The constitution should still apply to technolgy. They are breaking the law and abusing the citizenry...plain and simple let's sue the shit out of them and disband every violator ....internet belongs in the public domain where the public has control ...one can't just opt out of technolgy and internet and still function in society it is a requirement to live and not just a recreational toy but a necessity to function in society. They have no right in the constitution to track datamine and stalk then sell and profit off the private personal information of the citizens of this country. It is a gross violation of freedom and the principles of democracy. One worth turning over our government for. It disgusts me to my core these whoring politicians who trapped and sold our private lives then began hitting record and charging a fee.

[-] 1 points by grapes (5184) 6 months ago

Are they going to sell my bedroom activity on pay per view next?

Rather unlikely -- unless you're sharing slices of the cake in your birthday suit and you have already built up quite a reputation ( such as being a Valencian Impromptu Primate { VIP } but even in that case the interest tends to be postpartum -- there are just far too many other free, juicy, and professionally produced things available online that would be competing with you ). The amount of data required to be captured for any decent quality and duration motion video is huge compared to that for text and even voice. How many people have bedroom activities? Millions upon billions every day and night -- far more life ( "life is electric fire burning slowly in water" ) than Bellagio water fountain can musically show. The camera is also likely out of good viewing angle, focus, or position. The lighting is likely terrible for video capture. Very few people will buy the product so the market may not exist in any sizable scale. Even for the cases in which we desire great-quality captures such as for security identification purpose to catch perpetrators, the videos are still often of so-so quality due to the humongous sizes of the data needed.

Many so-called leaked "sex tapes" were probably ( yes, I'm guessing here ) deliberately produced and leaked for acquiring fame. As the denizens of the jungles of Valencia may say, "There's NO bad publicity if you're trying to make a buck." There's a buck in heat in that house alright.

Attitude towards privacy could and did fluctuate proving that it is just a social norm subject to societal needs for imposing constraints to maintain the desired social order ( e.g., Communists and Fascists are control freaks who probably still want a camera in each pair of pants and under each skirt, a microphone in each bed and wall brick, a recording camera in every window, a spy in each friend or neighbor { better to control human reproductive rate for centralized planning purposes -- the élites still haven't figured out how to produce human babies en masse on schedule as ordered without letting people fuck each other haphazardly but they will continue trying to control it by other means -- strict physical separation of the sexes, erasure-of-gender dress codes, forced and prohibited abortions, social shaming, financial/tax penalties or rewards, prison sentences, stonings for adulteries and fornications, public canings, etc. }; and so are the autocrats and the authoritarians being control freaks; most religions are authoritarian in nature in order to allow control by the élites ):

The October 16, 1950 Life magazine had a large illustration of boys swimming together in the indoor pool of New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, and the caption didn't mention they were naked.[25] The practice continued in the states that had a tradition of nude swimming. During the 1960s, as baby boomers were entering high school, there was a growing backlash against enforced nude male swimming and by the 1970s, it had largely been phased out along with gender integration of pools. Male students protested the double standard of being required to go nude due to wool lint from swimwear clogging pool filters when it did not appear to cause a problem with girls' swim costumes. In any case, rising living standards post-WWII created a greater desire for privacy.

Paraphrasing Warren Buffet using my climate-neutered unit-731-logjammed brain, "when the Tide goes out, we find every eggplant asleep, zomboid, or naturist so for protection, bare bottom is declared the naked charm." MAGAsoft, luge along the chute ( within the superconducting "frigid but fun torus" of the gay? Large Hardon Collider, for new physics ) -- "nothing to see here under our Great TARP ( Troubled Asset Relief Program )," says the ( quarky chocolaty ) wizard of Oz ( oh, did I miss? let it be 0s then, as in nulls, naughts, nadas, zilches, nichtigens, zeros, ... )

How dost thou spell "Relief" from Woe Street? S-C-H-E-I-S-S-E. Are you still wearing protection? Even in the Nevada deserts after so many years from Reagan's Here we "go again!"

In imaginary time, ( Schrödinger's ) law of diffusion ( 》Ausbreitung der Befreiung 《 ) still says, "what happens in Vegas stays in 》Wehgas...《" "Don't fire till you see the whites of their eyes."

On his voyage home, Ulysses eventually realizes: "no greater love there is than this."

Yes, Christina, despite the Brexit to come,

the unicorn still stands on the other side from the lion. Bear Claw.

[-] 1 points by elf3 (4011) 6 months ago

And unlike a credit report we have no safeguards over that info. My coworker can buy it...or a job can use it...and no law requires they notify you like a background check. Especially if they are a subsidiary or affiliate. We can't even check to see if the info is accurate Or what is being traded. Aside from which revealing someones private info is illegal. Always has been. You or I could get ten years in prison for the privacy violations they do to us daily. As well as we had Net Neutrality protections. So it was given they could not spy on or trade our info. They changed the rules after we partook. Called a bait and switch and that too is illegal. Where is the clear line where we can opt out...they can say "backsy"and sell your data to before the repeal when terms were completely different?