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Edward Snowden
Absolute madness: the British government wants companies to poison their customers' private conversations by secretly adding the government as a third party, meaning anyone on your friend list would become "your friend plus a spy." No company-mediated identity could be trusted.
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The Democratic Socialist Libertarian 29 Nov 18
Replying to @Snowden @jimmy_dore
Orwell's 1984 is alive & well. The global elites are tightening the surveillance state to prepare for public unrest over economic collapse aka mass theft of the financial system.
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Adam Clifford 30 Nov 18
And extreme weather events in response to encouraged relentless and extravagant consumerism and the excessive greenhouse emissions of supply,manufacture distribution and retail it generates.The shit is hitting the fan.And they know it.
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Oberklassenlehrer 29 Nov 18
Replying to @Snowden
It is not some thugs and psychopath terrorists our government try to seek out and capture. It is aimed against us. The „rouge and rude working class“ that could rise up against the few in power.
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Nurse Jacky on the Left #Bernie2020 #NoWarWithIran 29 Nov 18
Replying to @ExUnterklasse @Snowden
They, unlike most of us, realize the power the many can wield if we were a united front.
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... 29 Nov 18
Replying to @Snowden
Someone needs to do a side by side historic comparison of the loss of property,limb or life as a result of being hacked by govts(purely for political views/knowing too much)vs‘criminal’hackers(financial gains)and we’ll get a clearer idea of who/where the worst risks come from
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Tariq ☕ 30 Nov 18
Replying to @truthtracker_ @Snowden
Nope. Privacy is a fundamental human right. Never knowing if your conversations are private means living an inhumane life. Like many suffered under the Stasi and it's "listening walls".
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Leónidas 🏎 29 Nov 18
Replying to @Snowden
It seems like the UK became US laboratory for the creepy and orweillan stuff
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Speedy Yoby 30 Nov 18
Replying to @leontoner @Snowden
let them go out of europe.brexit could become a nice thing..
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Daniel Bange 29 Nov 18
Replying to @Snowden
As a digital forensics practitioner, this would certainly make the job easier. As a British Citizen, I do not like this one bit.
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GoodNPlenty333 29 Nov 18
Replying to @DanForensics @Snowden
No it wouldn't, at least in the long run. Anybody keen to keep their conversations secure would simply not use compromized services or apps. They'd switch to open source alternatives that reside outside of UK influence and enforcement
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