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BIG BROTHER in the age of INTERNET # (Ongoing - Links, Articles & Videos)

 
Scubaseven2

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Does anyone not know this already?

And if you know it, does that mean you run and hide (ie leave Facebook etc), or continue the fight?

I guess if you know that you are on the right path then nothing will stop you from reaching your goal. No matter what the cost.
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Does anyone not know this already?

And if you know it, does that mean you run and hide (ie leave Facebook etc), or continue the fight?

I guess if you know that you are on the right path then nothing will stop you from reaching your goal. No matter what the cost.
 Quoting: Scubaseven2


If that was so, nobody would be on Facebook in the first place.

I might be a complete digimoron, but I'm not stupid, so I never opened a Facebook account, no matter what people told me.
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"I might be a complete digimoron, but I'm not stupid, so I never opened a Facebook account, no matter what people told me."

Love it! But keep posting on GLP :) nice thread
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Every post you make on the internet is recorded.. Everything you look at can be tracked.. EVERYTHING..
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Especially on this site.
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Research Echelon.

It's a military base in Canada, USA base, that monitors EVERY electronic communication on the planet.
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Research Echelon.

It's a military base in Canada, USA base, that monitors EVERY electronic communication on the planet.
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See you guys at the FEMA camps. To whom it may concern, I'd like the bottom bunk.
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Research Echelon.

It's a military base in Canada, USA base, that monitors EVERY electronic communication on the planet.
 Quoting: GeekOfTheWeek


See you guys at the FEMA camps. To whom it may concern, I'd like the bottom bunk.
 Quoting: train

They seem to forget completely how they're treating the veterans & marines.

There comes a time those guys are gonna choose sides & no FEMA camp guard can hold them back.

TPTB are cowards & control freaks - such a sad bunch really...
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If the NWO shit is real then you have played right into their hands.

You have disconnected yourselves from each other and are currently only showing yourselves as ghosts on internet forums.

That is how they wanted it; to divide and conquer.

I guess if you had the intelligence to listen you would not be here. Its my fault for not giving up.
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Its my fault for not giving up.
 Quoting: Scubaseven2

Giving up is what TPTB want you to do, espacially on the www.

Spreading information & trying to make people aware of 'what's going on' in the world should be a duty to yourself.
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U.S. Justice Department Wants To Criminalize Uploading You Tube Videos
by Paul Joseph Watson
November 15, 2011

The Department of Justice is attempting to criminalize uploading videos that break You Tube’s terms of service, along with any other online action that is deemed to contravene a website’s usage policy, in a shocking expansion of cybersecurity laws deemed draconian by critics.

“In a statement obtained by CNET that’s scheduled to be delivered tomorrow, the Justice Department argues that it must be able to prosecute violations of Web sites’ often-ignored, always-unintelligible “terms of service” policies,” writes Declan McCullagh.

Such violations would include creating a fake Facebook profile, lying about your weight on dating websites, or providing any other item of false information that violates a website’s TOS agreement.

Under the DOJ’s new legal framework, an expansion of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), agreeing to a website’s terms of service would be identical to signing a contract with an employer, with similar punishments for breaking that contract.

“To the Justice Department, this means that a Web site’s terms of service define what’s “authorized” or not, and ignoring them can turn you into a felon,” writes McCullagh, pointing out that millions of Americans violate ‘terms of agreement’ policies every single day.

Indeed, in the case of You Tube, users are often informed months or even years later that they may have infringed on the company’s ‘terms of service’ agreement if another user merely complains about the content of their video.

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Every post you make on the internet is recorded.. Everything you look at can be tracked.. EVERYTHING..
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They Know We Know, We Know They Know...
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PROTECT IP Act Breaks The Internet

PROTECT-IP is a bill that has been introduced in the Senate and the House and is moving quickly through Congress. It gives the government and corporations the ability to censor the net, in the name of protecting "creativity". The law would let the government or corporations censor entire sites-- they just have to convince a judge that the site is "dedicated to copyright infringement."

The government has already wrongly shut down sites without any recourse to the site owner. Under this bill, sharing a video with anything copyrighted in it, or what sites like Youtube and Twitter do, would be considered illegal behavior according to this bill.

According to the Congressional Budget Office, this bill would cost us $47 million tax dollars a year — that's for a fix that won't work, disrupts the internet, stifles innovation, shuts out diverse voices, and censors the internet. This bill is bad for creativity and does not protect your rights.

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Is nothing private? Facebook tracks which sites 800m users visit... even AFTER they sign off
By Laurie Whitwell
19th November 2011

Facebook is tracking which sites its 800million users visit – even after they have signed out, a new report has revealed.

Company employees are also able to watch where people who are not members of the social-networking site go online, if they have just viewed Facebook once.

Critics have expressed serious concern about the practice and called for tighter regulations to protect internet users' privacy.

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Social Opposition in the Age of Internet: Desktop “Militants” and Public Intellectuals
by Prof. James Petras
November 20, 2011

(Invited paper to be read at the “Symposium on Re-Publicness”
Sponsored by the Chamber of Electrical Engineers
Ankara Turkey , December 9 – 10, 2011)

Introduction
The relation of information technology (IT) and more specifically the internet, to politics is a central issue facing contemporary social movements. Like many previous scientific advances the IT innovations have a dual purpose: on the one hand, it has accelerated the global flow of capital, especially financial capital and facilitated imperialist ‘globalization’. On the other hand the internet has served to provide alternative critical sources of analysis as well as easy communication to mobilize popular movements.

The IT industry has created a new class of billionaires, from Silicon Valley in California to Bangalore , India . They have played a central role in the expansion of economic colonialism via their monopoly control in diverse spheres of information flows and entertainment.

To paraphrase Marx “the internet has become the opium of the people”. Young and old, employed and unemployed alike spend hours passively gazing at spectacles, pornography, video games, online consumerism and even “news” in isolation from other citizens, fellow workers and employees.

In many cases the “overflow” of “news” on the internet has saturated the internet, absorbing time and energy and diverting the ‘watchers’ from reflection and action. Just as too little and biased news by the mass media distorts popular consciousness, too many internet messages can immobilize citizen action.

The internet, deliberately or not,has “privatized” political life. Many otherwise potential activists have come to believe that circulating manifestos to other individuals is a political act, forgetting that only public action, including confrontations with their adversaries in public spaces, in city centers and in the countryside, is the basis of political transformations.

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Understanding Cyber Warfare. From Cyber Warfare to Cyber Resistance
by Rachael M. Rudolph
November 28, 2011

Instruments of warfare have evolved. Gone are the days of battle-axes, machetes, swords, and men charging in strategic formation or lying in trenches awaiting their foe. Instead, guns, bombs, chemical and biological agents, unmanned aircraft and assault vehicles are used as instruments of war. A more significant change from the past has been the robotic nature of the way conflict is waged, supposedly making more “humane” an inhumane act. The changes witnessed of course parallel technological advances within society, resulting in even more wars and conflicts being waged from behind a computer screen, in a command center, and by remote control. Likewise, the ways in which resistance is carried out will parallel the technological changes and evolving nature of warfare. The rise of cyber warfare and resistance shed light on where we are heading, with both state and non-state actors on almost equal footing in the knowledge of and potential use for viruses, worms and Trojans. Arguably, some actors operating in the realm of cyber resistance are more advanced in knowledge than the states they are battling. Is Cyber Resistance a weapon for checking the traditional and conventional military power of the state? Will it be the key for checking Israel and its inhumane and disproportionate use of force and weaponry against Palestinians?

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Shops are secretly tracking your every move by snooping on your mobile - WITHOUT asking permission
29th November 2011

Monitors in store track EVERY mobile phone signal
No warning given to shoppers
No opt-out clause except turning off mobile phones
Technology used in malls and large department stores
Launch has caused huge controversy in U.S.

'Big Brother' technology which monitors mobile phones remotely - without warning you that this is happening - is already in use in many major British retail chains, MailOnline can reveal.

The technology has quietly been in use in the UK for four years in several 'major' High Street malls and department stores, with little or no publicity.

It raises serious questions about privacy - and this weekend the launch of the technology in the U.S. for the post-Thanksgiving sales was been greeted with a storm of controversy

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How NSA access was built into Windows - Careless mistake reveals subversion of Windows by NSA.
By Duncan Campbell
04.09.1999

A CARELESS mistake by Microsoft programmers has revealed that special access codes prepared by the US National Security Agency have been secretly built into Windows. The NSA access system is built into every version of the Windows operating system now in use, except early releases of Windows 95 (and its predecessors). The discovery comes close on the heels of the revelations earlier this year that another US software giant, Lotus, had built an NSA "help information" trapdoor into its Notes system, and that security functions on other software systems had been deliberately crippled.

The first discovery of the new NSA access system was made two years ago by British researcher Dr Nicko van Someren. But it was only a few weeks ago when a second researcher rediscovered the access system. With it, he found the evidence linking it to NSA.

Computer security specialists have been aware for two years that unusual features are contained inside a standard Windows software "driver" used for security and encryption functions. The driver, called ADVAPI.DLL, enables and controls a range of security functions. If you use Windows, you will find it in the C:\Windows\system directory of your computer.

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roxy would it be ok if i posted my thread on yours? its about the cloud
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roxy would it be ok if i posted my thread on yours? its about the cloud
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Post the link of that thread, so I can have a look at it... Please.
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Assange on mass surveillance: 'You are all screwed!'





Spy Files: WikiLeaks exposes dark secrets of surveillance


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Carrier IQ Admits Holding ‘Treasure Trove’ of Consumer Data, But No Keystrokes
By David Kravets
December 2, 2011

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — An embattled phone-monitoring software maker said Friday that its wares, secretly installed on some 150 million phones, have the capacity to log web usage, and to chronicle where and when and to what numbers calls and text messages were sent and received.

The Carrier IQ executives, speaking at their nondescript headquarters in a residential neighborhood in the heart of Silicon Valley, told Wired that the data they vacuum to their servers from handsets is vast — as the software also monitors app deployment, battery life, phone CPU output and data and cell-site connectivity, among other things. But, they said, they are not logging every keystroke as a prominent critic suggested.

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How the world's first cyber super weapon 'designed by the CIA' attacked Iran - and now threatens the world
By Rob Waugh
7th December 2011

The CIA could have been behind a computer virus dubbed the world's first cyber 'super weapon' that attacked an Iranian nuclear plant, experts claim.

The launch of Stuxnet in 2010 marked the transformation of viruses into weapons of war.

Experts believe it was so sophisticated that it could have only been invented by designers with the backing of a nation state, with the spy arm of the U.S government being the main suspects.

It was purpose-built to attack Iran's Busehr nuclear plant, overriding and controlling circuits inside the plant to cause physical damage.

It was the first malware that could truly be described as a 'cyber-weapon'.

'With Stuxnet we have opened a new chapter in human history,' says Ralph Langner, the security expert who unravelled the attack. 'There is now no way we can stop or control the proliferation of cyber-weapons.'

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Censorship, Fraud, and LIES!


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Rupert Murdoch Lobbies Congress To Restrict Internet
12/08/11

WASHINGTON -- News Corp. honcho Rupert Murdoch threw his weight behind Congress' attempt to restrict the Internet, personally lobbying leaders on Capitol Hill Wednesday for two measures that purport to combat piracy.

Murdoch's media empire is among some 350 large corporations that have come out in favor of the Stop Online Piracy Act in the House, as well as the Protect IP Act in the Senate.

Both measures would require Internet operators to police activity online, and would mandate Internet giants like Google and AOL (the parent company of The Huffington Post and an opponent of the bills) and credit card companies to take down sites that have content deemed to be in violation of copyright rules.

The battle has pitted huge content generators like Disney and the motion picture industry against their online competitors, with each side reportedly spending some $90 million on lobbying efforts.

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CIA admits full monitoring of Facebook and other social networks. (Part 1)



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CIA admits full monitoring of Facebook and other social networks. (Part 2)




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Net access: EU survey shows geographic divisions
15 December 2011

Internet graphic Although internet use is rising across the EU, there is huge disparity between the bloc's 27 members
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Almost a quarter of the European Union's citizens have never used the internet, according to official research.

The survey of 16- to 74-year olds by statistics agency Eurostat suggests 24% have never gone online.

It said that was an improvement on the 42% figure reported in 2006.

Romania topped the list, with 54% of its inhabitants classed as net-holdhouts. At the other end of the scale, Sweden's proportion was 5%.

The UK ranked sixth out of 27 states with an 11% figure.

The data suggests an internet gulf is growing between the web-friendly north and the poorer south and east.

The EU's Digital Agenda for Europe strategy aims to reduce the total share of internet refuseniks to 15% by 2015.

The survey covered 214,580 people living in 149,331 households.

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Congress Authorizes Pentagon To Wage Internet War
by Steven Aftergood
December 15, 2011

Congress has given the U.S. military a green light to conduct offensive military activities in cyberspace.

“Congress affirms that the Department of Defense has the capability, and upon direction by the President may conduct offensive operations in cyberspace to defend our Nation, allies and interests,” said the FY 2012 defense authorization act that was adopted in conference this week (section 954).

The blanket authorization for offensive cyber operations is conditional on compliance with the law of armed conflict, and the War Powers Resolution, which mandated congressional consultation in decisions to go to war.

“The conferees recognize that because of the evolving nature of cyber warfare, there is a lack of historical precedent for what constitutes traditional military activities in relation to cyber operations and that it is necessary to affirm that such operations may be conducted pursuant to the same policy, principles, and legal regimes that pertain to kinetic capabilities,” the conference report on the defense authorization act said.

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Internet Censorship In Canada


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Coming soon: Ubiquitous surveillance from Big Brother's wayback machine - Storage, search technology will enable surveillance on suspects before they became suspects
By Tim Greene, Network World
December 15, 2011

As the price of digital storage drops and the technology to tap electronic communication improves, authoritarian governments will soon be able to perform retroactive surveillance on anyone within their borders, according to a Brookings Institute report.

These regimes will store every phone call, instant message, email, social media interaction, text message, movements of people and vehicles and public surveillance video and mine it at their leisure, according to "Recording Everything: Digital Storage as an Enabler of Authoritarian Government," written by John Villaseno, a senior fellow at Brookings and a professor of electrical engineering at UCLA. [link to www.brookings.edu]

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That will enable shadowing people's movements and communications that took place before the individuals became suspects, he says.

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