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Forum Post: thanks for fuking up the web page

Posted 9 months ago on Feb. 11, 2014, 7:50 a.m. EST by ZenDogTroll (13032) from South Burlington, VT
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thanks indeed. Now I have a


black bar


on the bottom of the page and I can't get at the last comment response. It was probably just another bullshit response anyway but hey . . . .

While we are on the topic of black bars . . .

do any of you DUMB FUKERS get it yet?

The whole point of the Snowden Exercise is to move the NSA data collection op into the Private Sector.

what? did you think these fukers were kidding when they called for PRIVATIZATION?

take another fuking look

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fukers

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They have gone to extreme lengths and demonstrated a high degree of patience in their effort to

PRIVATIZE THE POST OFFICE,

and that is just the fuking POST OFFICE

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wtf

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So what will happen is most likely something like this: The NSA will discontinue their data collection, instead the phone companies will take some measure of control over a preexisting data farm, continue to save the data, where it will remain, under the control of INDIVIDUALS within the private sector - and that data will remain in a status that will beg for

PROFITIZATION

And we will pay these private sector data accumulators handsome sums to maintain that data where it may be reviewed by the government after obtaining a court order or by anyone in the private sector with the proper credentials and sufficient sums of CASH . . .

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My point is that it is much worse than pointless to protest against the current NSA practice and do absolutely nothing about that private sector data collection - a practice they are firmly committed to and about which you are permitted little or no input.

Why is this something other than simply a pointless exercise?

Because PRIVATIZED DATA COLLECTION of this scope is virtually certain to usher in a whole new era of globalized fascism unlike anything the world has ever known.

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Just consider:

Anyone who uses any of a variety of credit or preferred customer swipe cards at checkout while making purchases has their entire transaction recorded - that transaction is stored along with millions of others, every single day.

About this you say nothing.

A set of transactions that include milk purchases can be examined - for example. From the purchases alone one may deduce if and how many children may be in a single household, simply on the basis of milk purchases.

That data set may further reveal both gender and role model preferences of each individual child on the basis of lunch box or other similar purchases - those usually occur in August.

A further examination of the milk purchase again will reveal location when one examines that milk purchase that is occasionally out of sync with the rest of the overall pattern of behavior - and why? Because - it is a baseline staple that is subject to spoilage - which means if you have to have it when you are out then you have to have it when you are out - and this will be true if you purchase milk for consumption by children.

And finally:

that occasional purchase will occur within three miles of home.

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Yes, and it does bear repeating:

that occasional purchase will occur within three miles of home.

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now consider very carefully:

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If you happen to be of a conservative bent, do you really want someone like me, within three miles of your children?

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Here we have only examined two purchases, one of which has been examined from two angles.

I could engage in some of the most horrendous behavior you can imagine, with little more than access to the data . . . .

I can assure you, had I the resources, I would, most certainly, reshape this nation.

Given that it is possible - it remains virtually certain - It has already been done. The only question is -

At what point will the public actually begin to take notice?

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WILL IT THEN BE TOO LATE

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linkback

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[-] 2 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

The information that Manning gave to the public exposed the unjust detainment of innocent people at Guantanamo Bay, shown us the true human cost of our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and changed journalism forever. There is no evidence that anyone died as a result of the leaked information.

http://www.privatemanning.org/take-action

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[-] 0 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

Swearing doesn't make you look tough. It doesn't impress girls anymore. Macho types fell out of popularity awhile back.

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[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

did you make a death threat ?

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[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

no worries

just being vigilant

[-] -1 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

He did on a more than one occasion.

[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

link

[-] 0 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

There are many, here's one at the end of the comment. http://occupywallst.org/forum/thanks-for-fuking-up-the-web-page/#comment-1022740

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[-] -2 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

Probably more death threats and swearing. That's all you do really.

[-] 0 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

I have the same problem. Can't see a notification.

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[-] -2 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

There should be an option to remove it entirely. I agree. Especially since it hides a notification.

The rest of your post sounds like a lame conspiracy theory.

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[-] 1 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

The government and private businesses will continue to collect more and more private data. It's inevitable. It's a consequence of computer use and our modern technologies. There's no real way around it. Some privacy was also lost when printing started. The more communication you have, the less privacy you have.

There's not much you can do but cut down on your communications. Encryption isn't really effective anymore.

Why must you always be dramatic like a child when you write? Are death threats supposed to impress or something? Trying to look tough to get the girls on this forum?

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[-] 0 points by djangojames (52) from North Bergen, NJ 9 months ago

I seldom shop since I created a DIY printer capable of making foods, clothes, and toys.

[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

great

if the data belong to the public

it sure would be a lot harder for corps to get away with crime

I should go look a job now

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[-] 0 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 9 months ago

well said

I still believe the domocrat's campaigns are paid for the rich

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