The FBI and the dark net

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Re: The FBI and the dark net

Post by fax » Tue Dec 03, 2019 6:30 am

Phnom Poon wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:55 pm
you're not leaving, because you seem to have a touch of narcissism disorder
Bingo. The insinuation that she’s speaking to a large crowd who are all out to get her followed by diatribes of explanations where the conclusion is of course that she is intellectually superior and playing mind games outsmarting everybody but finally letting us in on the secret reeks of NPD.

Acting as if every badly spelled post is a part of a much greater, more complex rhetorical strategy that you just don’t understand — it’s all bullshit.

Even if she’s raised some interesting points it’s not a very effective debate technique. Especially when she’s struggling to form a proper sentence while claiming superiority at the same time.

“I’m an FBI agent from Norway and I will lock you up in jail for writing comments online! Hahaha!”

It’s all very childish, isn’t it? But what else should we expect from entitled Scandinavian teenagers who became known for skipping bills?

This forum is becoming dull. Whackos like this are running loose but see you in a week if you’ve called somebody an idiot.
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Re: The FBI and the dark net

Post by canucklhead » Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:53 am

Where are the texts Lisa?
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Re: The FBI and the dark net

Post by jovial fucher » Tue Dec 03, 2019 2:40 pm

xandreu wrote:
Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:28 am
Even if I was in the business of doing something dodgy I wouldn't use the internet to do it, let alone the dark net.

I use computers every day and am quite the techno geek but you have absolutely no idea what's happening to your data once it's dissapears off into the ether. They say it's encypted. Is it? I would have a clue. They say it goes through multiple routers to make it difficult to track. Maybe it does, maybe it doesn't. Who knows for sure? What about keyloggers? What about all the data your computer sends to Microsoft? The pictures, videos and files you use. What about all the data your web browser gives away about you? I could go on and on but my own personal pholosophy is to never expect any kind of privacy, protection or any kind of personal ownership of anything you post or do online.

This may sound a bit tin hat, but we all know that those with the tech savvy, those with a reason, the men in black as it were, could have every access to every corner of your digital life if they so wished.

That would also go for the so-called dark net if I ever used it.
What about the Tails OS?
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