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1/28/13 11:21 AM
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True, it's the Onion, but it's food for thought.
1/28/13 11:42 AM
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i said a long time ago with myspace, that this was an intelligence op's wet dream.

 

and it really is. thousands upon millions of retards giving out every single bit of information about themselves...mmm. if i worked for the nsa or cia, i would have a raging hard-on everyday of my life simply because of how easy technology is making the job.

1/28/13 10:57 PM
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Anyone who used all their real details when they joined, must have rocks in their head.

 

Hell, it's taken me 20 years to finally have an email addy with my real intials in it, and even now I worry that I got too careless. Fuck posting all of your info in some online database, lol. Companies like Facebook not only allow the Government to access it, they sell the information as market data and make a killing off of you.

I notice that they are all clamping down on anonymous accounts though, Google now want your cell phone number before you can open a G-mail, youtube, or google + account. Facebook are shutting down accounts that they do not believe are legit, like if your name is say, Jack Daniels, or anything that they don't believe sounds real,  then they'll ask you to prove it or they'll close the account. Yahoo are starting to try that shit as well now, everytime I log in to Yahoo email, I get prompted for my cell phone number, but it's optional at this stage, just like Google was until a few weeks ago.

 

I'm so glad that I got to enjoy the net in the 90's and early 2000s, it was like the Wild West compared to what it's like now.

 

 

1/31/13 5:18 AM
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1/31/13 5:19 AM
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I used my real name except for the first letter of my last name. My pics are kinda blurry too lol. I also used a whole new free anonymous email just to sign up.

2/11/13 11:03 AM
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Raytheon making social-network-mining software to help gov'ts spy on citizens

Raytheon's "RIOT" (Rapid Information Overlay Technology) is intended to help governments all over the world by providing a "Google for spies" that mines multiple online sources to build up detailed pictures of the personal activities of their citizens:

The sophisticated technology demonstrates how the same social networks that helped propel the Arab Spring revolutions can be transformed into a "Google for spies" and tapped as a means of monitoring and control.

Using Riot it is possible to gain an entire snapshot of a person's life – their friends, the places they visit charted on a map – in little more than a few clicks of a button.

In the video obtained by the Guardian, it is explained by Raytheon's "principal investigator" Brian Urch that photographs users post on social networks sometimes contain latitude and longitude details – automatically embedded by smartphones within so-called "exif header data."

Riot pulls out this information, showing not only the photographs posted onto social networks by individuals, but also the location at which the photographs were taken.

"We're going to track one of our own employees," Urch says in the video, before bringing up pictures of "Nick," a Raytheon staff member used as an example target. With information gathered from social networks, Riot quickly reveals Nick frequently visits Washington Nationals Park, where on one occasion he snapped a photograph of himself posing with a blonde haired woman.

"We know where Nick's going, we know what Nick looks like," Urch explains, "now we want to try to predict where he may be in the future."

Riot can display on a spider diagram the associations and relationships between individuals online by looking at who they have communicated with over Twitter. It can also mine data from Facebook and sift GPS location information from Foursquare, a mobile phone app used by more than 25 million people to alert friends of their whereabouts. The Foursquare data can be used to display, in graph form, the top 10 places visited by tracked individuals and the times at which they visited them.

The video shows that Nick, who posts his location regularly on Foursquare, visits a gym frequently at 6am early each week. Urch quips: "So if you ever did want to try to get hold of Nick, or maybe get hold of his laptop, you might want to visit the gym at 6am on a Monday."

The associated patent says that Raytheon believes that its software can judge whether its subjects constitute a "security risk"

Software that tracks people on social media created by defence firm [Guardian/Ryan Gallagher]

2/13/13 7:14 AM
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LOL @ asking for a phone number.
3/26/13 9:23 AM
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3/26/13 9:57 AM
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they are definitely hooked up with Darpa and US intelligence. US intelilgence would be STUPID NOT TO use this resource. but the dupes just don't get it.

Also, comedy is a device used to disparage real and pressing issues.

it's the favorite technique of the change agents.

this is basically a RIDICULE tactic.. Facebook is indeed hooked up with the FBI and DARPA.. so is google.. yet people who watch this will think it's some joke.
3/28/13 8:53 PM
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CincyNightmare - True story, I'm a cop and use it everyday to gain information and track down suspects Phone Post 3.0
My old paintball captain was a cop and he said that the primary reason he got an account was to watch certain people. Phone Post
3/31/13 7:22 AM
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I USED FACEBOOK TO WATCH CERTAIN PEOPLE AS WELL.

FACEBOOK IS A JOKE LOL

11/26/13 2:08 PM
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In för later Phone Post 3.0

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