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The new internet surveillance


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*walking into job interview*

 

Interviewer; So we ran your email address in our internet detecting software and it seems that you have signed into various sites that are categorized "Needs Therapy"

 

Me; oh, ok like that sort of stuff?

 

Interviewer; lets see here....Ah!  Efukt, Shadebase....

 

*points to third one*

 

What does this one say?

 

Me; Oh thats HolyguacamoleItsAHorseDickInMyAss-a-holey

 

Interviewer; yeah so...we cant hire you.

 

Precisely the point I was trying to make. It's about the ramifications too. I Know LL isn't a porn site but  it looks like one when you first come across it and people checking your history might not make a distinction.
 


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The thing that blows my mind is that I thought once everyone's "dirty" laundry was exposed, they would see it was pretty common and just shrug and add it to common human experience, which up until now was never openly talked about.

 

It's taking way too long for society to evolve and get over their sex-phobia.

There are fetishes here that freak me the fuck out but I'm not going to dictate what another person can or can not do. (and pedophilia is clearly out of the question and clearly outlined in the sites rules, as it should be).

 

So I guess when they let all the people who were arrested for marijuana out of prison, they will replace them with the internet porn perverts

 

I don't want to be a footnote in history of how unenlightened we were as a society like something out of the Spanish Inquisition.


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Bruh this has been going on for years.

 

Use Tor and learn to encrypt your shit if you truly are worried about governments learning of your lolitrap fetish.


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They've been spying on us the whole time, it's nothing new. The NSA was -exposed-, not kickstarted by snowden. Everything you do online is -already- tracked, not just by the NSA, but by data mining companies, who then sell the information 'anonymized' to advertisers.

 

But that doesn't matter as much as you think it does. Is it bad? Yes. Is it dangerous? Yes. Will it probably affect you, unless you specifically go into politics? Unlikely. I'd be a lot more upset about it if they weren't already doing it the whole time... they're going to spy on us whether we let them or not. Sure, we should fight it, and do our best to stop it, but that doesn't mean that once this law passes that any 'naughty' site will dry up and vanish overnight.

 

The internet is for porn. That isn't going to change. xD


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*walking into job interview*

 

Interviewer; So we ran your email address in our internet detecting software and it seems that you have signed into various sites that are categorized "Needs Therapy"

 

Me; oh, ok like that sort of stuff?

 

Interviewer; lets see here....Ah!  Efukt, Shadebase....

 

*points to third one*

 

What does this one say?

 

Me; Oh thats HolyguacamoleItsAHorseDickInMyAss-a-holey

 

Interviewer; yeah so...we cant hire you.

 

Precisely the point I was trying to make. It's about the ramifications too. I Know LL isn't a porn site but  it looks like one when you first come across it and people checking your history might not make a distinction.
 

 

 

It seems rather a stretch to me to go from government agencies having access to browsing history (sites visited) to your potential employer being able to access a government database and check this out

 

before you get to worried it might be worth bearing in mind the cost/time/general hassle all employers have now in doing back ground check to look for criminal activity before you get overly concerned about whether they are going to check whether you've been visiting dodgy sounding websites
 


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 "It seems rather a stretch to me to go from government agencies having access to browsing history (sites visited) to your potential employer being able to access a government database" 

 

-it's not a stretch at all. The whole purpose of these new laws is to censor the internet and ban anonymous websurfing completely on a global scale.

 

 


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Personally, I'm not that worried by the spooks, even with a VPN if they're really interested in you it won't help much. They can't make VPN's illegal in any case as most businesses rely on them and anyone that uses a public WiFi is stupid if they don't, as most transmit in plain text.

 

What worries me more is politicians looking for a "bung" for their party from the likes of Google and start selling the info they collect.


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 "It seems rather a stretch to me to go from government agencies having access to browsing history (sites visited) to your potential employer being able to access a government database" 

 

-it's not a stretch at all. The whole purpose of these new laws is to censor the internet and ban anonymous websurfing completely on a global scale.

 

uh huh, as you didnt really specify perhaps you could say what "new internet laws" you are actually referring to? (as the "snooping charter" which forces ISP's to keep browsing history (sites visited only) for one year has been passed in the UK i'm going to assume something like that)

 

Outside of countries that already rigidly control access to the internet, i highly doubt the relevant governments are going to piss off the business world by preventing people from using VPN's to access corporate networks so since we have a legitimate usage of VPN's banning them is not really viable so exactly how are they going to enforce it? how are they going to protect acess to "the database"? how are they going to stop everybody switching to TOR based browsers? and finally who do you think will really give a shit?

 

Peeps look at porn and all other manner of weird shit, as long as you don't do it in the office, speaking as an employer, i really couldn't give a .....

 


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Wonday they'll have germ sized robots that crawl around in your brain monitoring every thought you have whether conscious or not.  Then they'll improve those robots so they can make you think the way they want you to think.


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Bruh this has been going on for years.

 

Use Tor and learn to encrypt your shit if you truly are worried about governments learning of your lolitrap fetish.

 

Wouldn't surprise that if someday soon they pass a law allowing them to inform your neighbors and workplace of such 'fetishes' without actually having to convict you of anything and the fact that it's cartoon or video game won't matter.  One day everyone within a mile of you gets a letter with your name, address and photo on it.  They'll call it a 'proactive' effort to protect children.  As far as I'm concerned if you have ANYTHING you don't want someone else to know about you had better do EVERYTHING you can to keep it from being known by someone else otherwise you may find yourself homeless and jobless and continuously harassed even though you have never really done anything wrong except for having fantasies society doesn't approve of.


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 "It seems rather a stretch to me to go from government agencies having access to browsing history (sites visited) to your potential employer being able to access a government database" 

 

-it's not a stretch at all. The whole purpose of these new laws is to censor the internet and ban anonymous websurfing completely on a global scale.

 

To 'ban anonymous websurfing completely on a global scale' one must take over the planet first and thus all cable routes and hubs not under the own control as of now. Still busy with that mission impossible, anybody? Well, some people in charge will probably never learn, already caught up in their own cobweb of lies they repeat their arrogant mistakes over and over again like predictable, preprogrammed bots for that which must not cannot be. And that's why they fail. Always.


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I don't know if it has been discussed yet but how are the new internet surveillance laws going to affect sites like LL where virtually everyone uses an alias? Governments are going to be spying on us and recording all our browsing history as from next year which lots of local agencies will have access to. What do we do, delete our accounts or what?  :D  Just curious.

Is this from britain or something i've never heard such a thing. what a fascist country, I guess they deserve it. they even let some royal fat pig and her family take tax money for free.


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Flobalob has now been taken in by CIA officials and silenced in order to prevent him from further spreading the new surveillance laws.


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I don't know if it has been discussed yet but how are the new internet surveillance laws going to affect sites like LL where virtually everyone uses an alias? Governments are going to be spying on us and recording all our browsing history as from next year which lots of local agencies will have access to. What do we do, delete our accounts or what?  :D  Just curious.

Is this from britain or something i've never heard such a thing. what a fascist country, I guess they deserve it. they even let some royal fat pig and her family take tax money for free.

 

 

Google Investigatory Powers Bill as that was the one i was referring to as to the OP dunno he never mentioned it but lets face it if half of what snowden has been saying is even half true other governments have been doing far more than that bill allows anyway


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Well in that case lets hope agency kept that data correctly from hillary e-mail scandal. I would like to know what she was doing online too.


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Flobalob has now been taken in by CIA officials and silenced in order to prevent him from further spreading the new surveillance laws.

 

Nah, I'm still here, I deleted my account and recreated it to just see what would be left behind on the site.  :D


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well then enjoy looking over my browsing history spooks...of course its important to know what other people's smut is...


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You mean the government is tracking my every movement including my interests and hobbies? That shit turns me on *unzips pants*


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Gosh, they don't track you over there, hardly any of you. Already today they're up to shit creek w/o a paddle in a flood of collected data and can't even track a single needle with explosive belt in the haystack. They just want to give you the creeps so that you do anything they say. They want you to obey, turning you into mental slaves in a prison for the mind, don't you see? Guess not, not all of you.
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