Microsoft Takes On NSA With Three New Privacy Features

#11WeirdShroomPosted 12/5/2013 7:58:53 PM
Fortunately, that foothold and now these measure will help keep them from using any illegal info they get against you in a court of law or any way like that.

The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.

You might have a black hood and a zip tie in your future, the rest of us are fine.
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#12Explicit DankPosted 12/6/2013 1:38:43 AM
WeirdShroom posted...
The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.


Don't worry about the rebels, we're building a death star.
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#13mizukage2Posted 12/6/2013 1:54:14 AM
"Many of our customers have serious concerns about government surveillance of the Internet," writes general council and executive vice president Brad Smith. "We share their concerns. Thatís why we are taking steps to ensure governments use legal process rather than technological brute force to access customer data."

So, they are going to let the government keep doing what they are doing while telling people they are stopping 'illegal' government access like that means something.
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#14MVNeoPosted 12/6/2013 1:55:50 AM
WeirdShroom posted...
Fortunately, that foothold and now these measure will help keep them from using any illegal info they get against you in a court of law or any way like that.

The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.

You might have a black hood and a zip tie in your future, the rest of us are fine.


Everything is illegal though. You can be a felon just by clicking on the wrong YouTube link.
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#15WartPig_Posted 12/6/2013 1:57:34 AM
kingekinge posted...
They assisted the NSA in the first place and now they say they share our concerns. Why? Because they got caught now they flip flop and say they are on our side.


this
and i bet in some way the wording makes even easier to let the NSA use it.
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#16Keven_KoopaPosted 12/6/2013 2:00:03 AM
WeirdShroom posted...
Fortunately, that foothold and now these measure will help keep them from using any illegal info they get against you in a court of law or any way like that.

The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.

You might have a black hood and a zip tie in your future, the rest of us are fine.


You're one of those 80 year old conservative white man rocking on your porch with a shotgun yelling kids to get off your lawn, aren't ya.
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#17WeirdShroomPosted 12/6/2013 2:05:35 AM
ITT: People think companies want to work with the NSA, as opposed to being forced to.

lolnubs
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#18WeirdShroomPosted 12/6/2013 2:09:33 AM
Keven_Koopa posted...
WeirdShroom posted...
Fortunately, that foothold and now these measure will help keep them from using any illegal info they get against you in a court of law or any way like that.

The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.

You might have a black hood and a zip tie in your future, the rest of us are fine.


You're one of those 80 year old conservative white man rocking on your porch with a shotgun yelling kids to get off your lawn, aren't ya.



Nope, long time Art Bell and George Noory listener and digger intoer of leaked/declassified documents.

Nobody chooses to work with arms of the beast like the NSA, they are forced to so they have at least a lawful foothold.Not that it stops them from doing illegal stuff...but it helps.

I can't believe some of you really believe that telling the Government "No" is an option for an American company. Only reason Sony can avoid it is because they are mainly Japan based.

Wait, nevermind...I believe it. Sleepy Sheep.
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#19KabtheMentatPosted 12/6/2013 2:15:58 AM
WeirdShroom posted...
ITT: People think companies want to work with the NSA, as opposed to being forced to.

lolnubs


Do you have any idea what the NSA pays to people for "consulting"? Sometimes they consult as an agent of the company they work for, other times it's as a freelancer. This is partly why the NSA is so far above and beyond any other national signals intelligence gathering network on the planet.
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#20Keven_KoopaPosted 12/6/2013 2:19:54 AM
WeirdShroom posted...
Keven_Koopa posted...
WeirdShroom posted...
Fortunately, that foothold and now these measure will help keep them from using any illegal info they get against you in a court of law or any way like that.

The only ones that really need to worry are terrorists or rebels, enemies of the system...which are prettymuch the same thing, but yaknowhaddimean.

You might have a black hood and a zip tie in your future, the rest of us are fine.


You're one of those 80 year old conservative white man rocking on your porch with a shotgun yelling kids to get off your lawn, aren't ya.



Nope, long time Art Bell and George Noory listener and digger intoer of leaked/declassified documents.

Nobody chooses to work with arms of the beast like the NSA, they are forced to so they have at least a lawful foothold.Not that it stops them from doing illegal stuff...but it helps.

I can't believe some of you really believe that telling the Government "No" is an option for an American company. Only reason Sony can avoid it is because they are mainly Japan based.

Wait, never mind...I believe it. Sleepy Sheep.


I see no evidence of you being a liberal. The fact that you've asserted that the government's intrusion is just for the terrorist, while you ignore the fact that Obama Phones are still going on right now, proves that.

The fact that Sony operates in America land means that it's subject to American rules. that's like saying that Asians shouldn't pay taxes because they are mostly Japanese.
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