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Let's hope they are "Open Minded" as not to assume we associate with nutcal when we are talking in the same thread. They gotta be watching that guy.

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DickieLeaks.

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So true..... plus they know where the pie is too.

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So true..... plus they know where the pie is too.

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Watched "Snowden" last night and now I'm sure the SLS forums are in the Heartbeat database. We might not know exactly who's fucking who but "they" do. ;-)

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Tbr - so correct. The latest fad seems to be this easy stupid Snapchat filters that map your face. Don't think that the technology hasn't been around for years and used to map everyone as they walk on public CCTV networks; Europe has been doing this for many years. Recently I had to get my passport renewed, mind you I am not an US citizen. Before I could get my passport I had to get a national ID card. To get this card, I literally underwent a full biometric treatment that included face mapping, plus fingerprinting, height and weight analysis plus a retinal scan. I felt a single the 'complete' box came up that all my data was being disbursed to every security agency in the EU. That somehow my face and specs were ok some screen like you see in spy movies. Here's in the US the national ID/drivers license never came to fruition because of privacy issues, so they moved on to the REAL ID as a way of giving standards. Yet 6 states still refuse to move to it and now those residents face extra hurdles if they want to fly all in the name of privacy.

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I don't know if any of us would want to go back to the old ways.

Would you want to go back to using gas station maps to find your way around?

All of those chips make it much more efficient to deliver stuff to you. I can order stuff from some far away place and track it right to my door.

You are tracked on video cameras many times per day. But those same video cameras were instrumental in finding the Boston Bombers, for example.

There are tradeoffs in everything. Some I like, some I don't.

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Watch the Netflix movie. "Living Off the grid" tracking chips are in everything from tires to cereal boxes and potato chip bags.

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I agree Fokkers. Your CC use, web browsing and even cell phone pings are easily trackable. GPS signals to your nav system are not. I am not suggesting we aren't all vulnerable to some degree, simply pointing out that nutcal was wrong. As usual.

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FWIW: over the years I have had this diacission many times over. If anyone thinks there is privacy they are sadly mistaken. Everything (just about) we do in this day and age is tracked and the data is used. People get all wound up and in some cases rightfully so, but for the vast, vast majority there is nothing to worry about. I have seen people get bent out of shape about Facebook privacy policies yet they seem to forget that in the 'real' world they are giving their info away and they don't even realize it. You go on Netflix and it analyzes what you watch tongive you recommendation, Amazon looks at your buying habits to recommend what you should buy. One of my favorites is store loyalty cards, that can track your purchases to see what they can send you to buy. I would love to see the reaction of someone analyzing my credit card purchases and seeing that on a Friday night I bought condoms, and vodka and then charged my card at a club. Should I be worried that someone at the card company could out me? Of course not. Just had the thought of that thread in resorts where they were had (supposedly) bought a room at that one resort. Can you imagine the conversation with a bank loan officer... lol

For the majority of us, that data of where we have been, what we have bought, and what groups of people we should associate with has little consequences overall. I don't link my cell number to my Twitter or Facebook, but I have seen where it has recommended people we have met in the LS simply because I have their cell number in my phone. most of those folks aren't out and if I choose to friend them it wouldn't be a big deal. And yes VA, I totally agree with you on the 'pussy pass' no male employee of a club could ever get away with that.

(Sorry but I realized I rambled)

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