Originally posted by Skyfloating
Originally posted by SpearMint
They cannot do that. They would be found out by people that know what they're doing, which would destroy their reputations. They have to reason to do it anyway.edit on 28-10-2012 by SpearMint because: (no reason given)
If I can look into your home with my webcam (which I can), then you can look into mine. Make sense?
Apple's all-seeing screen We could soon see a new kind of display screen from computer maker Apple - one that simultaneously takes pictures while showing images. The clever idea is to insert thousands of microscopic image sensors in-between the liquid crystal display cells in the screen. Each sensor captures its own small image, but software stitches these together to create a single, larger picture.
Originally posted by conspiracytheoristIAM
Being a Viet Nam vet and 66, I've learned not to care about any of the invasive ways "they" can surveil me. What I am concened about is what it will take for "them" to come for a visit....being a good host, I just want to be able to properly greet "them."
Originally posted by DirtyLiberalHippie
To be perfectly honest...I always have a piece of electrical tape covering the webcam on my lap top and the built in mic was fried a long time ago. Why do I keep a piece of tape over it? I don't know really. The best answer I can give is... Just in case....
I guess ATS has had that effect on me, over the years.
Honestly,if anyone were to hack into my webcam to watch, they would be bored to tears within minutes....But...I still cover it up... Again...Just in case.
edit on 28-10-2012 by DirtyLiberalHippie because: (no reason given)
when I had a stationary webcam I had it turned around facing the wall. Guess us paranoid ATS'ers have a certain ability to see the evil potential beforehand.
Originally posted by Druid42
How about THIS?
The National Security Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers broke ground today on a $1.2 billion data center at Camp W.G. Williams National Guard Post here.
The first page of that thread contains enough information to validate your theory of a huge data processing center, run by the NSA, a branch of the all powerful DHS.
Originally posted by Baxta54
Look at the outrage at the recent phone hacking scandal, and that was just accessing peoples voicemails.
I know this the world centre for paranoia, but come on... Really?
You lot are far too boring to watch anyway.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
Invasion of privacy is "LULZ".
Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by Skyfloating
What about our wonderful tech-toys, the smartphones!
Camera/s, microphones, GPS, contacts list, e-mail and IM listings, links to Faceborg & social media, stored activity register. Always at hand, always on, totally wireless.
Fun fun fun for the surveillance ones.