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Wikileaks claims MI5 and CIA developed spyware to turn televisions and smart phones into bugs http://a.msn.com/r/2/AAnZQnm?a=1&m=EN-GB As featured also on the front pages of all of today's Newsp… Read More
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
Wikileaks claims MI5 and CIA developed spyware to turn televisions and smart phones into bugs

http://a.msn.com/r/2/AAnZQnm?a=1&m=EN-GB

As featured also on the front pages of all of today's Newspapers ... (free, and non-free alike).

SHOULD the 'Powers that be' have that much control/free reign over all our everything?.

Or .....

Thought please? (if possible ofcourse?). :-)

Ps.
Has anyone watched last year's Hollywood Movie?, simply titled 'Snowden' ... (the Edward Snowden story).
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4m, 1w agoPosted 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
That's not a bug, it's always been a feature.
#3
moneysavingkitten
That's not a bug, it's always been a feature.


Shock horror as intelligent services find new ways of gathering intelligence.
6 Likes #5
https://uploads.guim.co.uk/2017/03/08/MayLaughCommons.gif
1 Like #6
Time to replace home appliances with dumb devices.
1 Like #7
Nothing to worry about unless you are a terrorist or doing something you shouldn't be! :D
1 Like #8
Scrat
Nothing to worry about unless you are a terrorist or doing something you shouldn't be! :D

Tell that to all the U.S. Citizens, the same U.S. Citizens who are now cursing the day that they allowed their Patriot Act to pass through Congress literally 'unchallenged', following 911 ...

If they have reservations about the legitimacy of their own 'Act', following ..... then I'm kinda guessing that that says a bit of plenty in itself me thinks? (though I'm open to suggestions?, lol).

But that's just me ... :-)
#9
amour3k
Scrat
Nothing to worry about unless you are a terrorist or doing something you shouldn't be! :D
Tell that to all the U.S. Citizens, the same U.S. Citizens who are now cursing the day that they allowed their Patriot Act to pass through Congress literally 'unchallenged', following 911 ...
If they have reservations about the legitimacy of their own 'Act', following ..... then I'm kinda guessing that that says a bit of plenty in itself me thinks? (though I'm open to suggestions?, lol).
But that's just me ... :-)

So (good and/or bad) it kind of all comes down to personal interpretation I guess?. :-)
1 Like #10
tempt
https://uploads.guim.co.uk/2017/03/08/MayLaughCommons.gif

the memes going through my mind while looking at that are many and foul
#11
I'm going to cover my Samsung tv's screen with gaffer tape so they can't see me.
#12
radium
I'm going to cover my Samsung tv's screen with gaffer tape so they can't see me.

That's a good start ...
#13
radium
I'm going to cover my Samsung tv's screen with gaffer tape so they can't see me.


I would recommend brown paper.
#14
.... And a tinfoil hat.
#15
The fact this is old news makes me wonder what the establishment are trying to distract us from?
#16
...... ((( ))))) ?????
loool :-)
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lol :-)
#17
Scrat
Nothing to worry about unless you are a terrorist or doing something you shouldn't be! :D

That's how they would take your freedom away, little by little and it will be too late before you would realise.
1 Like #18
This will come as a surprise to the naive.
Just a couple of days ago people were acting like the FBI are incapable of tapping Trumps phone line and it was 'insensible' to even think that.
When no-body news reporters can hack phones, people should know larger, shadier agencies are capable of much more. Developing spyware is likely one of the least unethical things they are doing.

Edited By: fps_d0minat0r on Mar 09, 2017 23:01
1 Like #19
fps_d0minat0r
This will come as a surprise to the naive.
Just a couple of days ago people were acting like the FBI are incapable of tapping Trumps phone line and it was 'insensible' to even think that.
When no-body news reporters can hack phones, people should know larger, shadier agencies are capable of much more. Developing spyware is likely one of the least unethical things they are doing.

Nobody thought that. You're naive to think they did.

The issue with the FBI/Trump phone tapping thing was he claimed President Obama ordered it, not that the FBI were incapable of tapping a phone for God's sake man.

Did you really miss the point of that entirely or are you just seeing if anyone's dumb enough to buy the two things being conflated like that?
#20

This what is commonly known everywhere as 'irony' I guess?, lol.
#21
tempt
https://uploads.guim.co.uk/2017/03/08/MayLaughCommons.gif

I'm not sure whether to laugh with them also? or be scared ...

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