Originally posted by stopbeingnaive
After reading your tittle, I thought to myself ATS has been infiltrated! By incompetent spellers.
Originally posted by comerlulu
reply to post by roadgravel
What's a sniffer? Just curious.
LuLu the Hillbilly
Originally posted by CrypticSouthpaw
reply to post by oasisjack
Man, i was being monitored before i joined this site. I really don't care what i say. Because the alien i saw is freaking crazy and the government knows this too. I also experienced tapping and what not after i saw it. SImilar story. I had bought 2 brand new computers the day after i saw it. Talked about it on facebook and both new comps would blue screen. Honest to god.
Originally posted by sajuek
reply to post by oasisjack
I'm sick of these threads.
You're a fool. And you're not a special snowflake.
"Secret surveilance" is just that, and if you were being surveilanced you wouldn't it know because that would simply defeat the purpose of surveying someone.
If it were that obvious, anyone worth spying on (E.g. Not some basement dweller posting on a conspiracy website) would already know the signs and they would know that they're being watched thus making any information that could potentially be gained totally worthless. If they could survey people's phones in the 90's without there being any telltale signs whatsoever, you can bet in 2013 there aren't either.
Your firewall wouldn't pick up any attempts of Government intrusion, and that Microsoft programs are tryign to connect to the Internet is usual for a fresh out the box PC as the programs are trying to verify themselves and update if necessary.
Seriously, pull your head out your ass.edit on 23-2-2013 by sajuek because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by amatrine
Get an apple phone. They don't turn on by themselves .Seriously though, maybe something wrong with the phone? I would call if you can and ask for a replacement.
I heard windows 8 is pretty bad. You said you just hooked it up, maybe something in the programming they throw on those new computers?
I do not trust android software. Too many viruses you can get that can mess up your phone.
edit on 21-2-2013 by amatrine because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by RoyBatty
reply to post by bottleslingguy
It's true that what we put on the web, we choose to put on the web. Same applies for email and such. I work in IT and learned long ago not to mail, post or send anything via computer that I wouldn't be ok with, well, everyone seeing.
Pretty mind boggling that they have facilities large and powerful enough to store and then process that much data.
Originally posted by winofiend
reply to post by Infi8nity
Doesn't change a single thing I said.