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Originally posted by tsloan
reply to post by lunarminer
I see your point up untill the logistics which it would take to monitor such a issue. A couple years ago here in D.C. they had an artical about the NSA's super computer program that was being built for "national security" called "project trail blazer" or some crap. The artical made some pretty amazing suggestions on the technology's self learning and adaptive curve to filter non-critical security issues from "threat" issues that were streaming through is data base through phone,web,sat,and direct video feeds from local system's. So I don't think there will be any problem with the logistics of watching people if they need to.
Originally posted by housegroove23
I believe this to be true.
Its just a matter of time for others to take apart their boxes and take pictures for evidence. The more people that do this the more evidence we have to confirm or deny the existence.
Thank You BeyondBelow for sharing your story. I would not be surprised if it is true.
We have many paid agents crawling around here on ATS that will deny this and try to convince you that its all bull. In saying that:
Your going to have to show us pictures of your box as proof of what you say. But even then how do we know that you did not remove the camera or photoshop the picture to not show the camera.
Only time will tell on this one.
(techYahoo.com)-Hoax alert: Is your DTV converter watching you?Seen the YouTube video that shows a guy cracking open his new DTV converter box, only to find a tiny camera and microphone hidden inside? Where's my tin foil hat?
Wired has the scoop on the popular YouTube video, which was first posted last week and has racked up more than 230,000 views so far.