posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 06:15 AM
When using the internet, there isn't much of an option for privacy. If you think of the internet, or rather, to use an old expression, the
'superhighway', as a system of rivers and tributaries and streams, anywhere along these systems, a person or a group can surreptitiously take a cup
and draw water (information) from them.
You might have software on your computer that may encrypt the content of any messages you send, but this would only work if your recipient uses the
same software to decrypt the message, and I don't doubt that those seeking to peer into the content of your messages will have software for doing the
The real argument for all of what is going on is to do with the principle of individual privacy, and like the concept of individual freedom and
liberty, the argument is not about 'utility' (the view of the spying networks) but about the principle meaning of these noble concepts and what they
mean to us, and thus the question to ask ourselves is: do we cherish the principles of individual freedom, liberty, and privacy enough to argue for
their non-molestation, and if they are molested, what do we do about it?
The only certifiable way they cannot track you is not to use the internet. Bear in mind, the spy networks are not the only ones that have been
tracking and snooping in on your internet behaviour.