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Anonymous Coward
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11/15/2012 10:50 AM
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here's a scary thought

facebook will be gone in 3 years

your personal information will still be sitting in a hard-drive being data-mined
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1302314


facebook and google are both mossad/nsa
data mining outfits.
 Quoting: RDprofessor


Google is starting to worry me.

I'm looking for another search engine that will be safer that is as accurate as google.
 Quoting: FatalW1shes


Try www.startpage.com
Anonymous Coward
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11/15/2012 10:55 AM
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I made a facebook profile last week.5aWas almost kicked cause i friended all the suggested friendsburnit.What is wrong with that?They suggest it and i accept.Simple and easy.Facebook is a fraud.
millenniumjackal

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11/15/2012 10:57 AM
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It's just more government fooling more sheep... glad I got rid of FB when I did!!!
 Quoting: Glass Blower


because GLP is totally more secure than FB.


putin
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27338283


actually GLP is WAY more secure than facebook

at least here it's just "some guy" running things

not some multinational billion dollar corporation that makes a living selling your data

(despite what the haters may say)
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Agreed. Facebook has the funding of both U.S. and Russian intelligence agencies. Every time you tag a photo of yourself there, you're providing them with facial recognition data. Facebook even asks you to identify some of your friends by facial recognition when you log in.

If you divulge it, Facebook knows where you work, where you live, where you travel, the things you like, where you were born, when you were born, what your name is, what your email address is and who your closest friends and family are.

In the early days of Facebook, there used to be a visual mapping function that would map out how your friends are all connected to one another and how they are connected to you. That function is no longer accessible, but I'm sure it still exists but is just hidden now. Intelligence agencies use the exact same technique to make little spider web maps of the intricate connections between terror cells, world leaders and opposing intelligence and counterintelligence operatives and agencies.

Perhaps the most dangerous aspect of Facebook is the new location function, which if it is not disabled in your privacy settings, tags every post, message and IM with your triangulated position, accurate to within a few yards.

Here on GLP, I would suppose that the only information being collected is name, and credit card billing information for those with upgraded accounts only.

But make no mistake, everything you say here is being read and watched. Whether or not it is legal or right, the fact is there is no such thing as privacy on the internet. If you say something on the internet, even if it is in an email, you might as well be on a soapbox shouting it out in the middle of a crowd in Times Square.

You should be aware also that even if you attempt to remain anonymous on the internet, your IP address is your Achilles heel. It used to be my job to write programs for a government agency to ensnare targeted people's IP addresses by getting you to click on a link, sending me an IM or an email or logging on to a secure message board. The things you can do with an IP address would blow your mind.

Be careful where you click, folks.
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eatinmraw
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11/15/2012 11:08 AM
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yea I decided to scrap the GLP facebook page

they kept asking for more and more info from me to keep it open

fuck them

I might remove the facebook like button too soon

it's just not worth it
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Esp. since the "election", most people on FB are only friended by people who already agree with them anyway, so it's not like FB is a good place to present alternative media to the sheep. It may be fine for arranging social events but it mostly just divides people.

BTW... I wish GLP included the user ID of those who give bad karma, if karma really means anything anyway.
 Quoting: Keep2theCode







oh yes...curse those bad karma givers. this is jr high and it reeeeeally reeeeeally matters. our position at the big kids table is in jeopardy and they should be banned to the uncool kids table in the lunchroom. what a bad karma whining hipster dufus. don't forget your neatly packed lunch when you head out. your momma packed a nice little juice box with it's own straw. lucky you.
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11/15/2012 11:31 AM
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yea I decided to scrap the GLP facebook page

they kept asking for more and more info from me to keep it open

fuck them

I might remove the facebook like button too soon

it's just not worth it
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Esp. since the "election", most people on FB are only friended by people who already agree with them anyway, so it's not like FB is a good place to present alternative media to the sheep. It may be fine for arranging social events but it mostly just divides people.

BTW... I wish GLP included the user ID of those who give bad karma, if karma really means anything anyway.
 Quoting: Keep2theCode







oh yes...curse those bad karma givers. this is jr high and it reeeeeally reeeeeally matters. our position at the big kids table is in jeopardy and they should be banned to the uncool kids table in the lunchroom. what a bad karma whining hipster dufus. don't forget your neatly packed lunch when you head out. your momma packed a nice little juice box with it's own straw. lucky you.
sbus
 Quoting: eatinmraw 13951732

Nice job identifying yourself as the type who would hate anonymously. What an overreaction!
Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? (Gal. 4:16)
Keep2theCode

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11/15/2012 11:32 AM
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And lemme guess... you're being a coward right now so I can't "guess" who just gave me red karma.

Again, you display your own infantile slobbering. Is it fun?
Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? (Gal. 4:16)
wooz
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11/15/2012 11:38 AM
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Has anyone else noticed how over-sexed everything has become? Music, film, everything really... Its become a cheap thrill.

Everything is corrupted and perverted nothing is sacred. Popularity... Facebook is like this place where you raise your social 'value' and sell yourself to the highest bidder. Speed dating. 'The Social Network'.
Dr.DoomLittle

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11/15/2012 11:59 AM
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It's just more government fooling more sheep... glad I got rid of FB when I did!!!
 Quoting: Glass Blower


because GLP is totally more secure than FB.


putin
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27338283


actually GLP is WAY more secure than facebook

at least here it's just "some guy" running things

not some multinational billion dollar corporation that makes a living selling your data

(despite what the haters may say)
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


Agreed. Facebook has the funding of both U.S. and Russian intelligence agencies. Every time you tag a photo of yourself there, you're providing them with facial recognition data. Facebook even asks you to identify some of your friends by facial recognition when you log in.

If you divulge it, Facebook knows where you work, where you live, where you travel, the things you like, where you were born, when you were born, what your name is, what your email address is and who your closest friends and family are.

In the early days of Facebook, there used to be a visual mapping function that would map out how your friends are all connected to one another and how they are connected to you. That function is no longer accessible, but I'm sure it still exists but is just hidden now. Intelligence agencies use the exact same technique to make little spider web maps of the intricate connections between terror cells, world leaders and opposing intelligence and counterintelligence operatives and agencies.

Perhaps the most dangerous aspect of Facebook is the new location function, which if it is not disabled in your privacy settings, tags every post, message and IM with your triangulated position, accurate to within a few yards.

Here on GLP, I would suppose that the only information being collected is name, and credit card billing information for those with upgraded accounts only.

But make no mistake, everything you say here is being read and watched. Whether or not it is legal or right, the fact is there is no such thing as privacy on the internet. If you say something on the internet, even if it is in an email, you might as well be on a soapbox shouting it out in the middle of a crowd in Times Square.

You should be aware also that even if you attempt to remain anonymous on the internet, your IP address is your Achilles heel. It used to be my job to write programs for a government agency to ensnare targeted people's IP addresses by getting you to click on a link, sending me an IM or an email or logging on to a secure message board. The things you can do with an IP address would blow your mind.

Be careful where you click, folks.
 Quoting: millenniumjackal


Thanks, thats interesting.

The greatest power is 'To Know'.

It is appropriate that the first proirity of intelligence agencies is 'To Know'.

Enforcement is an entirely different ball game; and frankly a far, far LOWER priority than intelligence.

It is one thing to 'know', another to enforce.

It is foolish to jepoardize intelligence and assets for enforcement. Knowledge has a future, enforcement has a function; it is a closure that has no real future.

Enforcement can jepoardize the methodologies in intelligence gathering; I am baffled by the stupidity in making their involvement known regarding FB. Now its general knowledge; so the intel gathered is bullshit; it is fed and controlled; its "reserved' and not real because of the threat of enforcment.

Better to have an illusion of free speech and an environment of non consequence, so the intelligence is viable and real... than to enforce and sacrifice methodology at the expense of FUTURE knowledge.

So they knew about 9/11, or other events before they happened. So what? Did they have 100% certainty the event would happen? Unless they did, it is not worth risking the assets that enabled you to have the knowledge. They could have been set back years if they have intervened on a tip or hunch; they could have lost all access.

I will state again, the first priority of intelligence should always be knowledge over enforcement.

Last Edited by Intergalactic Diplomat on 11/15/2012 12:26 PM
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11/15/2012 12:15 PM
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It's just more government fooling more sheep... glad I got rid of FB when I did!!!
 Quoting: Glass Blower


because GLP is totally more secure than FB.


putin
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27338283


actually GLP is WAY more secure than facebook

at least here it's just "some guy" running things

not some multinational billion dollar corporation that makes a living selling your data

(despite what the haters may say)
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


but how do you know ?
Dr.DoomLittle

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11/15/2012 12:17 PM
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It's just more government fooling more sheep... glad I got rid of FB when I did!!!
 Quoting: Glass Blower


because GLP is totally more secure than FB.


putin
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27338283


actually GLP is WAY more secure than facebook

at least here it's just "some guy" running things

not some multinational billion dollar corporation that makes a living selling your data

(despite what the haters may say)
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


but how do you know ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1541803


Good point: I would doubt this is a "one guy" shop, but an intelligence asset itself; it HAS to be. It is a counter intel asset, to measure sentiment, public knowledge, and it condenses into a funnell a certain group or mindset of individuals that for the most part are 'aware'...

Most folks must know this is a monitored site.

Last Edited by Intergalactic Diplomat on 11/15/2012 12:19 PM
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11/15/2012 01:01 PM
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[link to www.wired.co.uk]

Not sure how they are going to pay for this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25202128


This is exactly the kind of "government spending" that needs to be eliminated. They're paying $3 million to a Fortune 500 company to monitor the internet? Ridiculous.

And the article made me read up on Accenture, the company that got the contract. It seems to me that Accenture is possibly just a giant, private intelligence agency at this point. This is a scary world that we're living in.
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11/15/2012 01:13 PM

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Re: New Facebook monitoring system
yea I decided to scrap the GLP facebook page

they kept asking for more and more info from me to keep it open

fuck them

I might remove the facebook like button too soon

it's just not worth it
 Quoting: ^TrInItY^


+1000 --> Facefuck sux!
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