[tor-talk] Forget Iran- beware of US isp's
punkle.jones at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 16:02:58 UTC 2012
On Apr 12, 2012 10:41 AM, "BlueStar88" <bluestar88 at xenobite.eu> wrote:
> Am Thu, 12 Apr 2012 14:08:41 +0200
> schrieb andre76 at fastmail.fm:
> > > So a hoax at all? , you shouldn't have fear talking about your
> > > (huge!) access provider. Naming it wouldn't unmask anything. So,
> > > could you clearify this one please?
> > Me...fearful? What the heck do you think I use Tor for- reading
> > stories about farming in Ireland?!
> > The NSA is building some sort of 1 million square data collection
> > center in Utah to collect all electronic communication data. No, I'm
> > not scared one bit. Would all ISP search results be recorded? Nope,
> > not a chance- Americans live in the "freest" country in the world.
> > Strip searches and sexual assault at the airports? Nah, they'd never
> > do that! The Supreme Court deciding a few weeks ago that strip and
> > body cavity searches for even minor offenses is "constitutional".
> > Oh, that's just for the bad people.
> > Operation Northwoods- the US government would never even think of
> > doing something like that.
> > Operation Mockingbird- never happened (ha, ha)
> > Operation Phoenix- what?! US soldiers were fighting the commies!!!!
> > Kennedy shot by one guy? Oh sure....that's exactly what happened.
> > Sopa & Pipa....that was just for those criminals that are stealing
> > things!!!
> > So, only other governments would shut down the internet in their
> > countries. The US would never be in league with ISP's to do the same
> > thing.
> > Questions are a burden to others. Answers, a prison for oneself.
> No offence, but you may better pull the plug...
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not watching you.
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