Saturday, 11 May 2013
^ The title's being modest. PURCHASING, not just accessing. Buying your digital footprints and then keeping that information stored on government computers, for various ends. SOME we know about, like Homeland Security. Scrutinizing our citizens for those who might be dangerous, in a new way that we hadn't perfected before the modern era where every dick and sally has digital footprints.
And it's tough to be invisible, it really is. And as long as someone wants to make a buck, our privacy probably won't exist because technology just makes it easier. And the economy's desperation multiplies those who're cool with selling their souls; not that they weren't plentiful enough before.
THIS isn't new. The fact that people're looking at the evidence of it now, is slightly disconcerting.
Hell, it's all over pop culture now too, our lack of privacy.
In other digital news;
Friday, 26 April 2013
Thursday, 25 April 2013
^ So, this story says that these apparently "unrelated" acts of terrorism to Boston, have perps at large.
^ Obama said himself that, anytime bombs are targeted at civilians that it is an act of Terror.
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Living Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas: The food that'll probably still be good after the apocalypse
McDonalds -- at least it's delicious.
These are the only foods I know that never fully go bad.
Doesn't mean they're any good for you. I'm just saying; disasters, wars, whatever nasty situation ever...if you're not sure if something's OK...go raid a burnt down mickey d's or an abandoned 7/11 lol.