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14/02/2019 1:19 am  

I don't give a fuck if they listen. I hope they hear me when I insult them  🤣  

 

Don't let them blame, shame or tame you!


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MG-ɹǝʍo┴
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14/02/2019 2:38 am  

Uly, and C-Pig helped me disable Google's keyboard and mouse tracker in win-10, it took both of them using all their bags of tricks to be successful navigating the crippling hurdles, mazes, and spike strips throughout win-10 to get the job somewhat done, I have to dismantle it like a worm virus every time it updates. We despise Microsoft, and Google with a passion! 

They'll be facing some kind of legal action for violating our constitutional right to privacy, it's just a matter of time! Time I'm not willing to be a victim! It just feels good to pull their electronic cock out of my ass!  😊       


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Uly The Cunning
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14/02/2019 2:44 am  

That is funny. I have done a test on this as well, and found it to be true. I talked about windows and was then getting advertisements for window installation and services. I have no microphone on my pc now. 

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14/02/2019 3:18 am  
Posted by: MG-ɹǝʍo┴

Uly, and C-Pig helped me disable Google's keyboard and mouse tracker in win-10, it took both of them using all their bags of tricks to be successful navigating the crippling hurdles, mazes, and spike strips throughout win-10 to get the job somewhat done, I have to dismantle it like a worm virus every time it updates. We despise Microsoft, and Google with a passion! 

They'll be facing some kind of legal action for violating our constitutional right to privacy, it's just a matter of time! Time I'm not willing to be a victim! It just feels good to pull their electronic cock out of my ass!  😊       

Man, lawsuits need to get rolling all over the place. Youtube, Google, Facebook... Tough though I suppose due to the fact that they are all basically agents of the State.

 

Electronic cock always has a virus or two.


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14/02/2019 3:26 am  
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Posted by: MG-ɹǝʍo┴

Uly, and C-Pig helped me disable Google's keyboard and mouse tracker in win-10, it took both of them using all their bags of tricks to be successful navigating the crippling hurdles, mazes, and spike strips throughout win-10 to get the job somewhat done, I have to dismantle it like a worm virus every time it updates. We despise Microsoft, and Google with a passion! 

They'll be facing some kind of legal action for violating our constitutional right to privacy, it's just a matter of time! Time I'm not willing to be a victim! It just feels good to pull their electronic cock out of my ass!  😊       

Man, lawsuits need to get rolling all over the place. Youtube, Google, Facebook... Tough though I suppose due to the fact that they are all basically agents of the State.

Electronic cock always has a virus or two.

Big business with big money can cripple the accounts of a justice department by throwing lawyers at them all day long with enough red tape to span the universe! Sometimes just being a pin along with a million other pins is what it takes to bring down a zeppelin  

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14/02/2019 8:41 am  

"Smart" devices are in fact listening.

I like to tell them conflicting lies.

I have tried red pilling unattended devices before by naming book titles & keywords. You never know.

The data mining is out of hand.

I predict a growing demand for programs that can spoof users' data in order to confuse trackers by leaving false trails or just a huge abundance of data. If they intend to collect all of the data, why not make as much as possible.

 

The internet has become like a bodega where the shopkeeper follows the patrons around to see what they look at, for how long & what they buy. Then keeps a record & sells it to the highest bidder.

Since it's a virtual space so many people just accept it or are entirely unaware.

Then there's the morons who claim that if you have nothing to hide you have no reason to worry. Balls! The goal post is constantly changing, what used to be perfectly acceptable to say is criminal today. Let that sink in. We are nearing a point where there will be so much data that past wrongthink will be subject to scrutiny. How are we to predict what will be deemed inappropriate in 5 years or a decade, could you have guessed the present?

 

This whole surveillance thing cuts both ways though, it is so pervasive that many people in power are getting caught with their pants down.

https://www.digitaltrends.com/news/amazon-jeff-bezos-nude-pictures-blackmail-extortion-national-enquirer/

http://archive.fo/88Vfr


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14/02/2019 10:18 pm  
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"Smart" devices are in fact listening.

I like to tell them conflicting lies.

I have tried red pilling unattended devices before by naming book titles & keywords. You never know.

The data mining is out of hand.

I predict a growing demand for programs that can spoof users' data in order to confuse trackers by leaving false trails or just a huge abundance of data. If they intend to collect all of the data, why not make as much as possible.

 

The internet has become like a bodega where the shopkeeper follows the patrons around to see what they look at, for how long & what they buy. Then keeps a record & sells it to the highest bidder.

Since it's a virtual space so many people just accept it or are entirely unaware.

Then there's the morons who claim that if you have nothing to hide you have no reason to worry. Balls! The goal post is constantly changing, what used to be perfectly acceptable to say is criminal today. Let that sink in. We are nearing a point where there will be so much data that past wrongthink will be subject to scrutiny. How are we to predict what will be deemed inappropriate in 5 years or a decade, could you have guessed the present?

 

This whole surveillance thing cuts both ways though, it is so pervasive that many people in power are getting caught with their pants down.

https://www.digitaltrends.com/news/amazon-jeff-bezos-nude-pictures-blackmail-extortion-national-enquirer/

http://archive.fo/88Vfr

Yea, I saw the Bezos debacle, what a douche. And I 100% agree, everything is being collected to be used at a later date. What if I were to run for office and be successful one day? I have said some crazy shit "in private" with a gaming headset on, and have "anonymously" posted plenty that could be used against me at a later date, not to mention much of it could be cut up and taken out of context...

 

Certainly everyone who has ever visited Epstein's pedophile island has been compromised... You would have to be a fucking imbecile or felt above the law to not realize what that operation was about.


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07/03/2019 12:15 pm  
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That is funny. I have done a test on this as well, and found it to be true. I talked about windows and was then getting advertisements for window installation and services. I have no microphone on my pc now. 

No camera and no microphone.

I have the old 20+ kg desktop, needing 2 graphics boards for 4+ screens and good cooling of my 7 hard disks per unit.

I would always connect something I need via USB and remove it physically after I am done.

If I ever do YouTube, it will be on a different PC (already half-built and stored, waiting for my motivation to put it together) and take place in a different room. Then the power switch will switch Google off too.

Everything Google could see me do on this machine here would make them need PetaBytes of storage to record it.

Like my 1.3 GB TIFF files from Topo map sheets. After work is finished, they land on 3 disks and get stored offline.

Like the MGTOW videos. So no virus can fuck with them.

Even stored in a metal box, so no lightning can fuck up the controller of the disks.

For the shit I do, windows is mandatory, the best software is Windows based and most of my (sometimes irreplaceable) hardware from 1998 to now is also Windows "attached".

(Banks still get XP support for their ATM's running on XP embedded, they can't buy new machines for millions of bucks only because MS is on their period again)

One step to privacy:

I use Open Office for really intimate personal letters and "Essential PIM" for email.

(Office 2016 Professional Plus requires a login to work... And I got used to the free programs over time and find PIM better in readability and storing your all of your emails in one easy to find (and stable to back-up) file.

Office 2003 was good to back up, But "Office 2016" forces you to go "into the caves of Microsoft's secrets" to backup your files.

And one more thing:

Private files (I don't mean porn) are best kept on offline media, preferably 3+ copies in different locations. Weatherproof and one copy out of reach if the cops do a search raid on your home and confiscate your shit. Then you still have your personal documents and your often irreplaceable picture collection.

Sometimes you need files on demand fast, like stuff from an ongoing court case... But once the show is over, move the files to offline media or an offline PC with a huge disk in it. So then, if a data breach occurs, they don't get ALL of your data, just the recent shit.

SD cards are good data jumpers if some document from "safe" PC is needed on the "exposed" ones. I gave all machines a card reader. And to fill the ugly "Drive A" Floppy slot with something useful.

And always use a good and proven 3rd party Antivirus software for the PC.

And include every PC in it. Even the offline one can be put on a VPN with "hardware unplugging" to update the virus scan and then cut the cord again.

I always bought a volume license for 5 PC's on eBay. (Ridiculously most sellers have 2 times 5 PC's for less money than a 10 PC license, LOL

Kaspersky kept my Windows healthy for years now. I generally pay like 20 Euros for a "5 PC and 1 year" license. That's nothing compared to the damage done by a virus fucking up all of the (not yet) backed up data. Or causing you DAYS to reinstall your system with the about 200 software installations this machine here has.

BTW, Kaspersky is hated by the German government for detecting the government's "tax fraud spy software trojan". AKA the "Bundestrojaner"

But other vendors are good as well, I used to use Norman Virus Control and it kept me trouble free for 10 years. Until using it slowed down the (not so) old Pentium D 3.2 GHz XP machine to unusabilty. That's when I landed at Kaspersky, by business neighbor's computer technician told me that they don't sell it because then, the customers no longer have problems...

But he was using it in the shop to clean up the customers' porn site excursions and had to keep it from their wives... (I saw it with my own eyes)

Before I move to Windows 10, I have to learn everything about it.

Just this morning I read some tutorials on 3rd party software solutions that monitor what MS is doing and shuts it all off again at every new boot-up.

Windows updates silently reset the privacy setting you though you had shut off.

But plenty of time is left, until Win 7 becomes unusable for many everyday tasks.

I also read that MS has upgraded Win 7 to have the same spy functions, well that's how they know if you have a Chinese volume license and shut it off remotely.

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07/03/2019 9:18 pm  

Right now, Google is listening to Billy Idol's "Rebel Yell".

@Gargamel: I've read that Kaspersky is the one the bad guys like the least.  It's a very well designed product.

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07/03/2019 10:02 pm  

Hope Google likes BACH! 


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