So let me get this straight.....you might be a terrorist if:
1. You pay cash for small items like a cup of coffee, instead of having tons of ridiculous charges on your card.
2. You don't want nosy identity theft people stealing your passwords, or reading over your shoulder while surfing the net in public.
3. You go online in places not your home, because, well, you like the coffee, maybe?
4. You actually have internet at home, and still use it other places as well.
5. You don't trust websites that collect your personal data, so you use programs to prevent this.
6. You protect personal data, by coding various items so that a thief can't use them against you if your wallet, etc, is stolen.
7. You are a gamer, and actually chat with your gaming buddies.
8. You are concerned about terrorist threats, and read the news about attacks that happen.
9. You use peroxide to clean small wounds.
10. You paint your nails, and buy polish remover, or you buy it to un-stick superglue, just in case.
Gee, so pretty much everyone is a terrorist now! Then they tell us that these things "do not mean" a person is suspicious. Make up your minds,
Fibbies! Is this about suspicious activity, or about you wanting to monitor ALL of us, and complaining about anything you can't track? I suspect the
edit on 1-3-2012 by LadyGreenEyes because: forgot a couple...