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This week on Big Brother

Would not surprise me: The FBI has the e-mails of nearly all US citizens, including congressional members, according to NSA whistleblower William Binney.

The cops tell congress they need logs of all of America’s text messages.

Verizon patents DVR that can detect what’s happening in your room.

But most agencies ignore FOIA requests

7 Responses to “This week on Big Brother”

  1. Cargosquid Says:

    Its times like this that I’m glad that I’m a luddite. I barely email, have no DVR, pre-historic cell phone that I barely use, and never, ever say anything inflammatory on the inter…oh. Wait. Oops.

  2. Chas Says:

    Well, I suppose that we could keep complaining. After all, they ARE listening. I mean, that’s a good thing, isn’t it? That they’re listening?

  3. somejerk Says:

    Omg, they’re warchin us!

    Or…Vladimir Putin’s propaganda rag, Russia Today, is running interference again. Look! The American government is recording everything, so they have no right to criticize our glorious czar for locking up dissidents. Who subsequently beat themselves to death in solitary.

    Am I the only one who remembers Pravda?

  4. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Steganography. Learn it, love it, live it. As much of a techy as I am, I would use what I know to block their tech. Won’t tell ya how without the steg.

  5. rickn8or Says:

    “Am I the only one who remembers Pravda?”

    Yeah, it’s where we go to find out what’s happening in the U.S.

  6. That Guy Says:

    For the Verizon SNAFU:
    “I see you have changed the channel to Cinemax. Care to buy some lotion?”

  7. rickn8or Says:

    That Guy, it seems Russian technology has finally came to America. Remember Yakov Smirnoff’s “In Soviet Russia, TV watches YOU!”?

    Makes me glad I don’t watch TV, let alone have cable.