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

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stop watching us?

watch me 1 vote(s) 1.2%
don't watch 45 vote(s) 54.9%
hold my beer and watch this 36 vote(s) 43.9%
  1. White Tara Global Moderator

    We have had this round and round debate across many threads about the legality of illegality of. Whatever the case may be, just keep in mind that we absolutely do not discuss, plan or promote anything illegal here. just letting you know :)
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  2. redstoned21 Member

    Are you fkin serious. Are. You. Fkin. Serious. So you're saying a DDoS ISN'T illegal. I'm pretty sure you don't know what a DDoS is, here ya go http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack
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  3. Ogsonofgroo Member

    Um, no. its. not. you. trolling. fool.
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  4. isnt google owned by the CIA?
  5. Mod edit no lol
  6. BrainStorm Member

    It was accepted as a form of protest, I have heard this also,
    although I don't remember where did this happened... maybe Ireland? xD
  7. A.O.T.F Member

    You can't control the internet. GCHQ needs to grow up and accept it

    The revelations of Edward Snowden will soon make it very hard indeed to police the dark web. Instead, intelligence agencies should narrow their priorities


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    The heirs of Alan Turing, played here by Benedict Cumberbatch in The Imitation Game, will soon find it impossible to police the dark web

    By Jamie Bartlett
    2:29PM GMT 13 Feb 2015


    The endless debate on security versus online privacy feels a little bit stuck of late. On one side, civil liberties groups demanding more privacy for the many and more transparency from the few." On the other: securocrats and law-enforcement spokesmen insisting they need to monitor more of our internet behaviour to keep us safe. "It’s Orwellian, this internet spying!" shout the civil libertarians "But terrorists, and paedophiles!" shout the security people. And nothing is resolved.

    More than ever, we will need a strong and capable intelligence agency to keep our society safe. But it has to rest on the support and trust of the public it serves. So something has to change, because the job of protecting society is about to get a lot harder.

    Yes, it’s the Snowden effect. His revelations have stirred a citizen-led counter-surveillance movement which is going to change the net and how it’s monitored. Over the last couple of years, concerns about internet privacy have been increasing, and not only in relation to governments (people are just as worried about private companies snaffling up their data).

    Big tech companies have responded to the Snowden leaks by adding extra layers of encryption to their systems, making it harder for the spooks to spy on them. Anonymous browsers like Tor, which allow you to browse the internet without giving away your location, are growing in popularity, with 2.5 million daily users at the last count. These are also used to access the 'hidden services' - an encrypted network of sites using a non-standard internet protocol which makes it close to impossible for their users to be tracked.





    Continued - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technolo...net.-GCHQ-needs-to-grow-up-and-accept-it.html


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  8. Sekee Member

    UK admits unlawfully monitoring legally privileged communications

    The regime under which UK intelligence agencies, including MI5 and MI6, have been monitoring conversations between lawyers and their clients for the past five years is unlawful, the British government has admitted. The admission that the activities of the security services have failed to comply fully with human rights laws in a second major area - this time highly sensitive legally privileged communications - is a severe embarrassment for the government.
    http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...-monitoring-legally-privileged-communications
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  9. Disambiguation Global Moderator



    "Quick! Everyone click on this hidden link!"
    No
  10. rof Member

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  14. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Congress did
    http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-senate-advances-nsa-20150602-story.html



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  15. Sekee Member

    The other four eyes are still watching you though.
  16. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Of course then there is this:
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jun/09/obama-fisa-court-surveillance-phone-records


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  17. Alex Freedom Member

  18. Alex Freedom Member

    can someone explain what the dark-net is and why the NSA is trying so hard to block it
  19. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  21. ravenanon Member

    Not to be a jerk, but the NSA isn't that noble.
  22. John Duff Member

    1. Stuff that they don't control.
    2. Parallel economy (not really but yeah)
    3. That's about it.
    This is far from the ethical reasons why someone would want to block the dark-net (child pornography and other illegal stuff).
  23. En mi opinion aquellas personas que espian a alguien es porque tienen miedo de las cosas que ocultan o porque tienen temor de lo que las personas unidas pueden hacer por eso las espian para encontrar alguna debilidad
  24. LaSt3 Member

    NSA access:Access
    Advocacy for Principled Action in Government
    American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression
    American Civil Liberties Union
    American Civil Liberties Union of California
    American Library Association
    Amicus
    Association of Research Libraries
    Bill of Rights Defense Committee
    BoingBoing
    Breadpig
    Calyx Institute
    Canvas
    Center for Democracy and Technology
    Center for Digital Democracy
    Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights
    Center for Media and Democracy
    Center for Media Justice
    Competitive Enterprise Institute
    Computing Using Educators, Inc.
    Consumer Action
    Consumer Watchdog
    CorpWatch
    CREDO Mobile
    Cyber Privacy Project
    Daily Kos
    Defending Dissent Foundation
    Demand Progress
    Detroit Digital Justice Coalition
    Digital Fourth
    Downsize DC
    DuckDuckGo
    Electronic Frontier Foundation
    Entertainment Consumers Association
    Fight for the Future
    Floor64
    Foundation for Innovation and Internet Freedom
    4Chan
    Free Press
    Free Software Foundation
    Freedom of the Press Foundation
    FreedomWorks
    Friends of Privacy USA
    Get FISA Right
    Government Accountability Project
    Greenpeace USA
    Institute of Popular Education of Southern California (IDEPSCA)
    Internet Archive
    isen.com, LLC
    Knowledge Ecology International (KEI)
    Law Life Culture
    Liberty Coalition
    May First/People Link
    Media Alliance
    Media Mobilizing Project, Philadelphia
    Mozilla
    Namecheap
    National Coalition Against Censorship
    New Sanctuary Coalition of NYC
    Open Technology Institute
    OpenMedia.org
    Participatory Politics Foundation
    Patient Privacy Rights
    People for the American Way
    Personal Democracy Media
    PolitiHacks
    Privacy and Access Council of Canada
    Public Interest Advocacy Centre (Ottawa, Canada)
    Public Knowledge
    Privacy Activism
    Privacy Camp
    Privacy Rights Clearinghouse
    Privacy Times
    reddit
    Represent.us
    Rights Working Group
    Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association
    RootsAction.org
    Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic
    Sunlight Foundation
    Taxpayers Protection Alliance
    TechFreedom
    The AIDS Policy Project, Philadelphia
    TURN-The Utility Reform Network
    Urbana-Champaign Independent Media Center
    William C. Velasquez Institute (WCVI)
  25. LaSt3 Member



    no siempre se espía por temor, simplemente para saber que te gusta y que tipo de anuncio ponerte(cookies) por ejemplo.Google vende información a las empresas que pagan por ella, por eso se dice eso de que "la información es oro" a google le interesa los datos de cocacola,porque seguramente se los venda a pepsi y al revés,con eso se gana la vida en parte google.pero si es cierto que depende a quién le vendas la información, pues depende de lo que cada persona/empresa quiera hacer de esta información,y , desgraciadamente, muchas veces se usa con el fin de controlarnos, o espiarnos, como bien has dicho, por temor
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  26. Redstar18 Member

    Hello? Anybody?
  27. DIAF. Bitch.
  28. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Hi Redstar, what do you need?
  29. torcher Member

    Attached Files:

  30. ICU

    Torcher you did not find that by chance whatsoever.
    Those three magic words in the search bar reveal the most popular results for your search terms " Dark Net NSA" and it's appearance in Kindle form in Amazon should come as no surprise to you or anyone for that matter.
    It's a book after all.


    It's doesn't mean Amazon is watching you.


    But they might be .You never know do you?
  31. ICU

    Your search term was very specific after all.
  32. torcher Member

    well, I just followed Disambiguations link, so I didn't look for something at all... anyway, I just wanted to show my surprise of having 3 amazon results on a search that I "made" randomly

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