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Stop Watching Us

Discussion in 'Projects' started by Anonymous, Jun 11, 2013.

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stop watching us?

watch me 2 vote(s) 2.4%
don't watch 47 vote(s) 55.3%
hold my beer and watch this 36 vote(s) 42.4%
  1. X_L33t Member

    My company has quite a few systems online and active. Since drive space is so cheap these days, we've placed TrueCrypt volumes (outer only) on each system with an easily crackable password, containing a single text file. This file reads, in various (and some profane) ways, "Mind your own business". Perhaps if a great many people did this, like the multitudes using the Tor Project, time spent extracting keys and searching "suspicious" volumes for hidden drives which do not exist, the cost in time to the alphabet soup boys would prove prohibitive, or at least annoying.
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  2. Anonymous Member

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  4. Anonymous Member


    This has been possible for ages, I saw it demonstrated years ago at a trade show.

    As an example they picked out known hooligans from a football crowd.
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  5. Anonymous Member

    The Department of Homeland Security tested a crowd-scanning project called the Biometric Optical Surveillance System — or BOSS in Washington state. Facial recognition is here to stay and it is a good idea to stay on the topic.
    Volunteers stood in a crowd to test recognition, unsure if the other people in the crowd volunteered too.
  6. r

    Oh sonny go back to your homework and stop pretending to be someone you clearly ARE NOT.
  7. tinfoilhatter Member

    If i get my facts wrong anywhere in this rant, please post relevant docs to prove me wrong.that is not a challenge, i am simply trying to prevent moonbatery.

    Instead of talking about the homeland security approach, let me bring up the more dangerous espionage issue facing America and the world: Corporate espionage.
    the NSA allegedly has records of 75% of america's internet traffic, this makes Prism is the most dangerous spy program ever (poorly) conceived, and must be stopped. Why? Because you have the most sensitive American intelligence in one convenient location. the latest claims is that they can now store a pentabyte of data on a DVD. That is the stupidest idea in the history of intelligence. To store a pentabyte of data on something so laughably steal able, its just irresponsibly insane.

    So imagine, your a company, and you want to know what your competition is up to, The information you need is being held at the nsa, and has already been compromised once(edward snowden's leaks demonstrate the lack of security at the nsa). I believe that every country in the world is now taking efforts to not only protect themselves from the NSA, but to get access to the data that they have, because its the: holy grail of corporate espionage, the most comprehensive list of spending patterns and habits of one of the largest consumer bases in the world, the most complete record of consumer/corporate/government finical transactions, and god only knows what else a good analyst could discern with just 1% of the information that the nsa has. Anyone with this data could dominate the world economy. Its just that dangerous.
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  8. I guess were winning, congress have already desided to stop this act.
  9. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    However they have done nothing so far. Keep them on target.
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  10. If you think about it, someone is already using that information to their advantage.
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  11. Kilia Member

    I have that book now. It's alright, but sometimes I get lost in there.
  12. tinfoilhatter Member

    My last post was before more revelations came out. I am almost certain that prism was for corporate espionage reasons, not national defense ones. They probably have an algorithm that is keeping track of global spending patterns, based on what people are saying in their communications. The damage is already done. With this information, companies can design products and ad campaigns to target people specifically for the next 20 years.
  13. OB1 Member

    So you don't like the NSA spying on you? What are you going to do about it? Write an article on whyweprotest.net or even Leakwire? How about we stage a protest and bang pots and pans together until the NSA says "Oh you are right we should stop spying on you, thanks for bringing this to our attention." That should work right? Let's do something about it. What do you suggest? There is this great thing called brainstorming where ideas become good ideas and good ideas become great ideas then great ideas become solutions with goals. This is when people take these solutions and put them into action and things get done and you won't be a pissed off virgin rage fapping to furry porn in your aunts closet anymore.
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  14. Beach Member

    I make art and post it everywhere in public I can, some think, some bitch, most don't care. They have gadgets to link to Facebook and media networks to think for them. I am sick of people's happiness in slavery, and asking stupid questions like about the debt ceiling or other economic problems. Abolish the fed, stand together and make what we want to happen happen. However it's asking a lot for people to look for logic and truth, they expect the media to be full of truth. It will take a while for people to spread truth word of mouth, it's happening, but it takes a long time.
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  15. Cryptun Member

    This time is near - Revolution.
  16. JohnnyRUClear Member

    Probably, but eventually we'll have evolution. Revolution is exciting but amounts to a new way of playing the same game -- statism. As long as there's a power monopoly, we'll naturally be in contention over it.
  17. Softkitty Member

    Wheres lulsec when you need them. Lol
  18. Haha! This is truly the most transparent and feeble troll attempt I've ever seen!
    However, let's assume you are a member of GCHQ to make a few points:

    1) A member of a professional body belonging to the government wouldn't go around making the sorts of comments you made. Major giveaway :p
    2) The best and brightest aren't necessarily from college/university. I think you will find that those who can teach themselves independently can easily compete with top students.
    3) How do you know those that you "harvest" are the best? All you can be sure of is that your "crop" has no moral values and they will sell themselves to betray the trust of their country. There are a lot of decent people with some of the brightest minds out there who are willing to protect their values.

    Thing is, these points are irrelevant since you are a sad, pathetic individual who has yet to grasp the exquisite art of trolling.

    It must really suck to be you, lulz ;)

  19. Don't you have a fucking brain cell that works?
    You are the stupidest person ever to have commented on this forum.
  20. JohnnyRUClear Member

    You must be new here.
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  21. A.O.T.F Member

    Maybe a lot closer than you think :D
  22. X_L33t Member

    Not a serious suggestion, but a bit of musing. The power of a blackmailer is broken in the presence of truth. If there were not one Snowden, but millions of him, there could be no secrets, and no power derived from them. Already we have no confidence in our governments. What would total, forced transparency bring?
  23. rof Member

    Naked emperors.

    And we are tired of Putin's pectorals.
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  24. TedBorg Member



    Tell that to Putin and see what happens. If you're really lucky he'll give you one of those specially extended holidays somewhere remote and cold with rats as your main meal.
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  25. X_L33t Member

    Hmm. Rats. You know, I hear some got in the grinders at Taco Bell's burger plant and the quality of meat went up a few grades. Could be worse.
  26. Berserker101a Member

  27. Berserker101a Member

    Yeah! Hit these sons of bitches right where it hurts!
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  30. rof Member

    http://shorttermmemoryloss.com/nor/2014/11/07/all-cameras-are-police-cameras/
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  31. Incredulicide Member

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    about:config?filter=privacy.trackingprotection.enabled set to true in version 34 beta
  32. rof Member

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technolo...ll-make-the-world-a-more-dangerous-place.html
  33. Adjective Member

    I have a noob question.

    Can the NSA track most proxies?
  34. Anonymous Member

    The NSA can track everything!
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  35. Adjective Member

    It'd be nice if there was a way to hide yourself from the NSA whilst on the Internet. But it's too bad there isn't. Maybe there is and I just don't know it.
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  37. Yo_Autor Member

    This thread is perfect for me! I hate that NSA spy the people. Let's do something big. Like do a DDos attack to Google.
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  39. White Tara Global Moderator

    good lordy wordy no! wwp reserves itself to the purely legal peaceful and non violent protest means. happy new year and fuck off otherwise :D
  40. Yo_Autor Member

    DDos attack is a legal act. Proof me that not. And it's like protesting in a street, it's not violent.
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