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Kim Dotcom
Breaking: Skype voice conversations are converted into text in real-time, scanned for contents of interest and stored in CIA spy cloud.
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Robert Morris Mar 7
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check out Windows. Looks like Microsoft is the CIA to me.
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just nexus Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @Capetlevrai
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El Chasco Simracing Mar 7
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only USA or worldwide conversations?
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Jennifer Mar 7
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When someone says the govt spies on us you r treated like a nut proves it & suddenly everyone says "we already know this"
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markhughes Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom
delete "Skype" and you'll still be accurate. Saw this in prototype twenty years ago. Wasn't even classified.
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Capetlevrai Mar 7
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AlwaysRight Mar 7
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looks like it's back to handwritten documents and personal meetings
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Jackie #LavaJato 👠 Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @jamss3468
hard to believe
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Mark Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @KelemenCari
good thing I don't use Skype.
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gubatron Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom
breaking? LOl
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gubatron Mar 7
Replying to @el_chasco
of course it is worldwide, this isnt breaking news. We always knew.
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Will Hicks Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom
Where is this coming from, didn't see it in the press release. Source?
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L. Fortunati Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @_odisseus
Oh well, that's swell.
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❤️Proud American❤️ Mar 7
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Casey Parker Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @Vision365
I knew this. And didn't everyone know that iPhones can be used to monitor people? Same with laptops.
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Kim Greenhouse Mar 7
Replying to @KimDotcom @Rainmaking
Alternatives are ???
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CelesteHolmes Mar 7
Speaking of Sk y pe
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Jeff Waldorf Mar 7
I'm sure the CIA finds my political conversations incredibly interesting.
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