posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 12:08 AM
Privacy? Ha! Cameras on every corner, TSA fondling at the airport, tapping and hacking cellphones, no knock warrants, using credit reports to hire
people, and a whole list of obstructions to privacy. It is a thing of a bygone era, and infringements upon it are only going to continue. I think our
buddies at Anonymous are late to the party?
So Anonymous is out for Facebook, and are crusading for the right to privacy? More power to them, but chances are it will only cause a minor dent in
the global control grid? Most everyone has a dossier of sorts on their character. It is a sign of the times. I would hope people who participate in
social networking would be a little more protective of their personal thoughts, views, consumer interests, and other private matters. However, that is
not the case for most on there.
People release their information at their own risk. That is my personal opinion, and people do not need a group of hackers to tell them what they can
and cannot do on the internet. It is all a matter of choice. What they are doing is taking that choice away by this latest threat. It is the same kind
of actions a totalitarian regime would use to cut off communication or censor. No one is bending anyone's arm to join Facebook or any internet group.
I suppose Mountain Dew is going to have a windfall leading up to November 5th?