I did a search on here, ATS, and I have found something that has not been covered enough AT ALL. Links will be posted below. Please read.
I'm 99.999 percent positive that the FBI has, at one point, installed keyloggers and have spied on anyone that owns a computer, especially a Windows
based PC. Even Linux is vulnerable. This is SERIOUS. The only thing I have found, on here, and other sites, is a brief mention of "Palladium" and
"Magic Lantern". I want to tell you now that I don't want to over-hype this; but they attacked me just today.
I'm not a computer technician, nor am I well versed in hacking or any other such activity, but the FBI was able to use this very same Super Spyware
to bust key members of Anonymous, among other key hacking groups.
Norton Anti-Virus is very dangerous and having that makes you a very easy target, especially if you question TPTB in anyway. I've never liked that
program and I don't use it, but I'm still vulnerable, and so are you.
I don't download things and I only play a few Facebook games here and there, and I certainly don't have anything to hide from the FBI. But I can
tell you that my computer has been "acting strange", to say the least, the pat few days. For instance, when I have powered on recently I have
noticed that it's super slow to load. I keep my computer fresh and clean all the time and my computer use is so routine the slow load up made my
spidey sense tingle. Then, when it finally gets to my start up screen, a command prompt window mysteriously pops up and my screen glitched out before
returning to my desktop screen. Now, I have seen computer savvy friends of mine talk about how opening a command prompt window is how hackers execute
a majority of programs and whatnot.
It alarmed me but I have no fear of their attacks. I realize that they just hate that I want to expose them and they have been extra aggressive
lately, especially when I began questioning the recent movie theater and school shootings.
I joined ATS after being a long time lurker because of those recent events. I have done more personal research and digging that no other person
(besides some fine folk here on this site) would want to do unless they were getting paid. The rabbit hole is deeper than I ever thought.
They are installing rootkits on your computer! Nobody is safe.
Great link about protecting your rights.
Microsoft's new 'Palladium' security system may be the greatest ever threat to freedom of speech on the internet.