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Long List of Government Agencies Stalking My Website...Along With A Surprise Visitor?

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posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 01:36 AM
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originally posted by: Bedlam
a reply to: MystikMushroom

They're actually building a behavior space model of everyone they come across. And what the relationships are between people. With enough info in the model, you'd be AMAZED at what they can predict about your behavior.

A friend of mine, in a position to know of such things, has told me similar. What they've told me goes beyond amazing, and well into frightening territory, and I know there's much more that they won't/can't tell. I'm glad I've never had any sort of presence on social media sites.




posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 01:42 AM
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a reply to: Bedlam

God the temptation for voyerism would have to be really high for people with the proper access.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 01:44 AM
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I seem to recall you making this thread a month or two ago.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 02:27 AM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
a reply to: Bedlam

God the temptation for voyerism would have to be really high for people with the proper access.


The hideous part of it is that the program is run by a contractor. Not that there aren't lots of SOCOM guys there all day, but the button pushing and board swapping is contracted out to Blackbird Tech, now a division of Raytheon.

/go Raytheon!



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 08:14 AM
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a reply to: MRuss

All that this probably means is that an employee, probably in an unofficial capacity, frequents your website during down time or something.

At least, that would be my assumption.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 09:38 AM
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you are a creative person...its not you they are looking for but a possible muse of a certain nature...because of your interest in THRIVE they are hoping to figure out when/if you might become "inspired"


Ever heard of Project Awaken? No...

go to post five...

forum.noblerealms.org...

its not just you...it's anyone with a pen or keyboard in hand and knows how to whip up a good story...they could become dangerous with the right "insights"



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:30 AM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Yep, as SO said -- spider bots crawl through the net. There aren't human beings sitting at monitors looking at your website (sorry).

It's all a part of the huge data collection system...its so large now that it's really only useful retroactively.

Now if you start getting phone calls ...


With all these bots gathering info, we like to think that no one is going to have time to go through all that data. But I think we are missing out that all that data is being stored and intelligent text etc content analysing bots are just around the corner. See facebooks face recognizing bot for example. I see it inevitable, that soon those bots become so effective about analysing data that they soon know every person better than we know ourselves. And it won't be retroactive, but more like automatically updated database of all people in the world containing everything, from favourite sex positions and taste of porn to political views and accurate analysis about personality. From shopping behaviour to psychical breiking point and means to archieve it.
So though OP says hes/her website shouldn't be in any intrest to anybody, that's just not the case. In forming complete and accurate models about personality etc there is no such thing as trivial and non-important information.
If I can imagine it I'm sure THEY (alphabet agencies) have thought about it also. And from their point of view it would be foolish not to develope technologies with such capabilities, they payoff would justify (from their point of view) every illegal actions nessecary.

In the future there are no unknown enemies.

edit on 3-6-2015 by ilpero because: typo



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:30 AM
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No doubt, everyone who joins this website and others of its kind are put on some government watch list as "potential social dissident's". When the chips are down, we may be the first group they target. The best course of action may be to throw them off with as much redundant information as possible. For example, someone who frequents ATS as well as firearm and anti-government blogs/websites will likely stand out more than someone with a more passing interest here, frequents hobby and craft sites and watches re-runs of Adventure Time...

Then again maybe participation on any level, however infrequent would be enough to qualify for being round-up...



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:31 AM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
Yep, as SO said -- spider bots crawl through the net. There aren't human beings sitting at monitors looking at your website (sorry).

It's all a part of the huge data collection system...its so large now that it's really only useful retroactively.

Now if you start getting phone calls ...


I agree mystic...mostly bots come to ATS....but...they look for code words and phrases, and put them into an type of sorting algorithm which then can be "tagged" for further investigation if troubling patterns start to emerge....to everyone here...when you type on this or any other site, make sure it is something that can be said to anybody on the street. what you say or have said in the past, might come back to haunt you, or your family members...



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:35 AM
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a reply to: OccamsRazor04

Yes, I did. At that time only the DOD was looking at my website.

But yesterday I discovered more than 200 agencies, organizations, universities and corporations were all looking at my website within a two-week period.

I'd call that an update, wouldn't you?



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:43 AM
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a reply to: JustJoe

Interesting. I read the post you linked me to.

Tell me more about the movie referred to within the post.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 10:53 AM
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Most of those, as already said, are probably just bots.

The DoD network information center, specifically, could be as simple as someone accessing your site from their cell phone.


The Department of Defense is squatting on a massive number of IPv4 addresses and is not using most of it. Phone networks like Sprint are borrowing these IP addresses because their networks are larger than the 16 million hosts that the 10.x.x.x network can provide/


www.markturner.net...



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:11 AM
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a reply to: Pimpish

I don't think I can stress this enough:

You can't just stumble on my website. It's very small, no ranking, the URL is my name, it's used only for purposes of employment on my part with very few keys words, etc.

It's almost a non-site.

So I behoove anyone here to tell me why government agencies, universities, and places like Halliburton would just stumble upon my site---especially when I am rather outspoken here about my beliefs about TPTB.

Bots can only provide a small part of the explanation.

I think this is incredibly serious.

And I'm especially bummed about the Foster Gamble part of the story because I'm really confused by it.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:16 AM
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a reply to: MRuss

I'm just talking about the DoD network info one, that could very well just be someone that you gave a link to visiting from their cell phone.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:18 AM
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a reply to: ilpero

It would be like having a huge telephone book in front of you with names, addresses, likes/dislikes.

Would you know where to start just by opening to a random page? What good would all that information do if you don't have a specific person in mind to look up/into?

If you're not on their radar, you fall through the cracks. Unless the mighty Eye of Sauron from Mt. Doom is looking at you for some reason, you're just another jumble of random 1's and 0's in a computer database.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:49 AM
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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
a reply to: ilpero

It would be like having a huge telephone book in front of you with names, addresses, likes/dislikes.

Would you know where to start just by opening to a random page? What good would all that information do if you don't have a specific person in mind to look up/into?

If you're not on their radar, you fall through the cracks. Unless the mighty Eye of Sauron from Mt. Doom is looking at you for some reason, you're just another jumble of random 1's and 0's in a computer database.


What I mean is that these bots and all stored data and all coming data will be the Eye of Sauron. Constantly monitoring everything and propably taking action if needed.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:52 AM
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a reply to: MystikMushroom

Well, I really hope you're right about that.

I've got lots of repeat customers though, and I refuse to believe Halliburton just stumbled upon my little writing website, or see any logical reason some pretty serious Intel agencies would come back so often.

I am studying my analytics and trying to make some sense of it all.

And by the way, if you think posting inflammatory comments about the world on ATS doesn't get you in some kind of data base owned by Big Brother, well, then take off your rose-colored glasses.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 11:56 AM
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a reply to: Pimpish

Oh my gosh. I feel like I'm swimming upstream here. Let me repeat for the point of clarity:

1) I don't give out the URL. Maybe I've given out the link to five people the short time I've had this site and no one from the DOD. Mostly just family. Two potential employers---and not from Langley, Virginia or Quantico or all the 300 places that have invaded my website lately.

2) This is insane. Even others I've discussed this with who have their own website and admit that they are visited by the alphabet soup government agencies do not have the list that I have. It's just a fact.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 12:00 PM
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a reply to: MRuss

Yes, I feel like we're going in circles, you're not reading what I'm typing. Again, the DoD network information center could be ANYONE using a cell phone to access your website, including a potential employer you gave it to. Cell phone companies use those blocks of IP's because the DoD lets them and they don't have enough in the 10.x range to go around.

Just because the IP says DoD does not mean it's anyone at all associated with the DoD, or anyone from Langley, Virginia or Quantico.



posted on Jun, 3 2015 @ 12:09 PM
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You can do one of two things in life:

1. Live in fear

2. Not live in fear

If you choose option #1 you will miss out on a huge chunk of what it means to be human. Living in a basement, constantly afraid of being watched is no way to live IMO.

We, as humans, tend to over exaggerate our own importance. We are the center of our own universes, so it's only natural that we look at the world through egocentric glasses. The sad, shocking truth is...none of us are really all that interesting. It's true. As much as I'd like to think that government analysts care about what flavor of coffee I'm having this morning (no coffee today boys, sorry) -- they really don't.

The government can't even prevent domestic terror attacks from happening with all this technology. The FBI has been caught red-handed manufacturing fake terror attacks in order to arrest people and say, "See! We caught some bad guys!" -- there isn't enough "real" terrorism for them to fight in order to justify their budgets.

If the NSA and all these government agencies collect all this data on everyone, maybe they should use it to create the ultimate match.com or eharmony service. Hey analyst dudes, is there anyone more compatible with me in a 20 mile radius? I kind of need to know before I get married here...

I get one life, and I refuse to let myself be bullied and pushed into a dark corner of fear and negativity. A life such as that isn't any life at all -- it's merely "existing". I don't want to just "exist".



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