Coming Soon

Between the NSA, license plate scanners and skies full of drones, there will soon be no place for anyone who opposes an oppressive dictator to hide. So it’s only a matter of time before someone exploits these new technologies.

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  • alex_the_tired
    June 11, 2014 6:55 AM

    Want to eliminate it all? Easy. Crowdfund a small startup. It’s sole task? To develop micro-spy technology that can go anywhere. Then invade the privacy of every one of the people who runs the companies that make the decisions and supply the machines. Put up a video of Mark Zuckerberg in his bathroom. Give us the video of Hillary screaming at her staff about the moron-electorate. Show us some senator’s kid pulling the wings off a butterfly and giggling while he does it.

    You get the idea.
    Privacy isn’t a luxury; it’s necessary. Without it, we’d all go insane. But once you start putting the rich and powerful through the same indignity that is a zero-privacy norm for all of us hoi polloi, it will all stop within 48 hours because they will, suddenly, feel our pain.

    Then we can have the trials for all these sickos.

    • Yep! That is sound reasoning.
      Senator Dianne Feinstein was 100% behind NSA spying until it was applied to her. Not surprisingly, she reversed position after she became a victim of the procedures that were okay when only the “others” were victimized.

  • «The fundamental things apply
    As time goes by»

    I e, the NSA gets to spy on you, but you don’t get to spy on the NSA. After all, Aristoteles himself taught us that justice consists in treating like cases alike and unlike cases differently, and you and I are about as unlike the NSA as we can be….


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