CIA to spy on chat rooms - Page 2




 
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Boots
 
January 10th, 2005  
Anya1982
 
 

Topic: watch


The sad thing is that the gov. are trying to prevent insurgents finding out things yet cocky ppl run their mouths off in chat rooms etc about their jobs in full detail. How things are and their bases addy's etc. The amount of times i been in military chat rooms on yahoo and some arrogant sod is saying "secret" info. Even if ppl lie there has to be some truth behind it so the littlest thing can push an insurgent on.
January 11th, 2005  
Kane
 
Quote:
The sad thing is that the gov. are trying to prevent insurgents finding out things yet cocky ppl run their mouths off in chat rooms etc about their jobs in full detail. How things are and their bases addy's etc. The amount of times i been in military chat rooms on yahoo and some arrogant sod is saying "secret" info. Even if ppl lie there has to be some truth behind it so the littlest thing can push an insurgent on.
Terrorists you mean, you idiot.
July 26th, 2008  
AikiRooster
 
 
Hahahhaha@post#12.

This is good. The FBI ought to be watching also for any in country freakies. I hope they do so aggressively, even here.
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July 27th, 2008  
major liability
 
 
I'm pretty sure the NSA has been doing this since the internet became popular, they just don't say anything about it.

Whenever I'm discussing terrorism related subjects on chat I always say "Hello Mr. NSA do you know Sam Fisher?"

Sad that no one cares about privacy at all anymore, I personally find these abuses entirely un-American. Sacrificing freedom and privacy for security is for those who clearly don't deserve said freedom.
July 27th, 2008  
The Other Guy
 
 
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Originally Posted by major liability
Sad that no one cares about privacy at all anymore, I personally find these abuses entirely un-American. Sacrificing freedom and privacy for security is for those who clearly don't deserve said freedom.
See my signature.
July 27th, 2008  
AikiRooster
 
 
The answer is simple, when we were attacked due to all of our freedoms that allowed the terrorists to dwell amongst us and strike as they wished. Had our founding father's been around to witness it, guaranteed, they would have edited their quotes.
July 27th, 2008  
A Can of Man
 
 
That's the price you pay for freedom.
July 27th, 2008  
The Other Guy
 
 
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Originally Posted by the_13th_redneck
That's the price you pay for freedom.
Exactly. We're giving up our freedoms so that we can protect them better. It doesn't make a lot of sense. First privacy... what next? The 2nd Amendment?