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Originally posted by asset921vector4
Thanks for the heads up johnny seagull i knew this was the case already and had warned people for years about such things, of course i was considered paranoid and delusional, finally now have proof. cheers
Aussie members using telstra products such as usb modem or bigpond (most of the country) may want to check which technology is used in their modems if ya got anything to hide that is.
there is no such thing as anonymous on the web never was
now ask yourself why we are going to digital tv only
and if ya dont like been watched in the bedroom with ya partner cover the tv screen and the digital decoder even if unplugged
privacy was a thing of the past and extremely hard to find no matter where you are.
how long till ya find yourself in court possibly for terror related with video recordings of you been somewhere and/or saying things you never said/or did good luck trying to prove you didnt do it, say it, wasnt there or has been taken out of context. its you(picture worth a thousand words) its your voice (science proves it is)
in a nut shell--- endgame.
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