Who Is Watching You?

Anytime you turn or do anything - someone may be watching & is trying to make a buck off you. I see this as a beginning. Will your ISP soon be watching you? Or are they already? At what point do we say we want the damn internet back and some privacy too? Read More...

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Legend 2 years 22 weeks ago
#1

When I click on "Read More" it goes to a New York Times website that wants me to sign in???

I agree with the first 3 lines.

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Hephaestus 2 years 22 weeks ago
#2

1984 is finally here

The representatives of "we the people" appear to be quite happy about this for some reason

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deepspace 2 years 21 weeks ago
#3

Happy New Year! When Republicans lose Congress!

Unless Americans really are as dumb as the world thinks.

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changeX 2 years 21 weeks ago
#4

We want the damn internet back.

Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me (1984)

https://youtu.be/wGPlCLf9AZ8

Michael Jackson is singing the chorus "I always feel like somebody's watchin me.."

Happy New Year to all the friends and family of the Thom Hartmann Program!

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Willie W 2 years 21 weeks ago
#5

Everyone is watching. Before the internet, I ordered things by mail. Even back then, every business in America knew where I lived, and what I bought, as evidenced by all the junk mail that would follow. Now, it's all electronic.

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