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posted on Dec, 28 2006 @ 07:35 PM
the goverment created the internet
to me anyways the INTERNET is a goverment op to gain information on the public

posted on Jan, 4 2007 @ 01:27 AM
I definitely think that the government or at least cops look at MySpace for "bad guys". There was actually a little period of time when I was doing coke that I quit using MySpace altogether. I wouldn't put anything incriminating on my page, but my friends would write stuff like "Hope it snows in your nose!" or "Happy Birthday sniff sniff". That's probably why I quit using...

posted on Jan, 4 2007 @ 01:22 PM
I don't think the government needs myspace to keep tabs on people. It is so much more infinitely capable of profileing and finding information about people compared to myspace. Myspace is a business though but not a government project.

posted on Jan, 4 2007 @ 08:31 PM

Originally posted by ImJaded
Did anybody else know that Rupert Murdoch actually owns now ? He bought it in July 2005.

He had realised, he told a high-powered audience at the American Society of Newspaper Editors in Washington DC, that he had got something rather important rather wrong.

News Corporation, the global media group he controls, had failed properly to engage with the online world - and risked losing its hard-won position in news as a result.

What MySpace means to Murdoch

I had no idea.

Why that site though ?


According to a musicians forum I was on the Myspace T&C's mean that any material uploaded to Myspace automatically becomes copyright of Myspace/Murdoch.

I know of Muso's who have tried to challenge this and it can't be done - many are regretting putting their wares on the site now.

As the battleground of the future of the web centres on content - Murdoch's decision to pay loads for a site that doesn't make a profit makes more sense

posted on Jan, 15 2007 @ 08:45 AM
Hello there,

check this "3hour" long talk by Steven Rambam about privacy and myspace etc...

Really interesting stuff

Privacy Is Dead - Get Over It !!!!

Steven Rambam

When the Steve Rambam talk at HOPE Number Six was disrupted by his arrest minutes before he was scheduled to go on stage, we vowed to make sure it would one day be presented to the public. That day occurred on Thursday, November 16, 2006. HOPE Number Six finally came to an end with a three hour talk at the Stevens Institute in Hoboken, New Jersey that focused on just how much information on each of us is readily accessible to virtually anyone. Steve also revealed all of the information he was able to find on a volunteer "victim" and answered all sorts of questions from the standing room only audience, including what really happened back in July.

Part 1 :
Part 2 :
Part 3 :

Utilize Futuristic Opportunities

[edit on 15-1-2007 by skeeza]

posted on Jan, 16 2007 @ 03:38 PM
If MySpace is watched, what about BEBO? and i think if they were monitering pages, like the USA monitor our (British) public communications, wouldn't they search for key words. Thus making it easier to trawl through all of the pages?

PS if anyone knows the name of the place in England with which the US monitor our calls could you say cause i want to do some research on it and i can't remember where it is. Thanks

posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 02:18 PM
i just wanna know how they can afford all those servers

posted on Jan, 24 2007 @ 04:06 PM
I've wondered before whether there is a special group assigned to watch over myspace and its members. Can't put anything past the gov't.

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