NSA. . Maybe if we all email the constitution to each other, the will finally readit.. Maybe, Just maybe, The NSA doesn't do 90% of the stuff in those leaked documents. Maybe they just paid Snowden to leak them to make everybody thing they're much



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#3 - odinshomeboy (01/31/2014) [+] (14 replies)
Maybe, Just maybe, The NSA doesn't do 90% of the stuff in those leaked documents. Maybe they just paid Snowden to leak them to make everybody thing they're much more powerful than anyone thought. MAYBE, They're just a bunch of incompetent retards who can't really get anything done but wants the public to think that they're this big scary entity that watches your lives.

And maybe they made the dookie in the urinal
#42 - PhedoBear (02/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
what if there's an nsa person that thinks you're cute/pretty and falls in love with you via webcam and keeps watching you
User avatar #144 - clavatninenine (02/01/2014) [+] (24 replies)
If any of you honestly think that you are so worth the NSA's time that they will actually read your emails then you are some of the biggest narcissists i have ever seen.

The NSA dosen't read anything. They use filters to search for key words and phrases and then cross reference them with who they are being sent by/to in order to identify patterns that could identify potential threats. The only way you'll even end up flagged is if you are sending "lets blow up obama" over and over again, and the only way theyll even bother to LOOK at those flagged emails is if you're sending "lets blow up obama" to a known terrorist.

Stop acting like the NSA is spying on the most random people in the world, and ESPECIALLY stop acting like ANY of you are worth the time of the NSA period.
#145 - anonymous (02/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
or we can all just keep defying them. we are not slaves. we are people of America. they do not own this country.
User avatar #149 to #145 - clavatninenine (02/01/2014) [-]
Im assuming you're 13 years old, and are spouting off the "ANARCHY!!!" crap your red-neck uncle says whenever you go over to his house for a barbecue because your mom is ashamed of him, but cant abandon her family because her father walked out on her and her mother when she was 8 years old, and feels a sense of guilt whenever she goes a month without speaking to her brother.
#127 - desacabose (02/01/2014) [-]
I hope they watch me through my webcam

I want them to look me straight in the eyes while I jerk off to midget clown porn in a gimp suit while singing the constitution in the tune of "Tik Tok"
#101 - cleateater (02/01/2014) [+] (11 replies)
Will you faggots stop getting your anus in a sinch over this? Honestly, what does it matter if some asshole at the NSA is reading your email? Afraid that he knows you order viagra every day?
User avatar #105 to #101 - willindor (02/01/2014) [-]
My only problem with the whole spying thing is that they refuse to tell me how many operatives have been seeing shrinks because of all the weird **** that I fap to.
#122 - thunderpony (02/01/2014) [+] (5 replies)
MFW I'm Canadian!
MFW I'm Canadian!
User avatar #139 to #132 - reginleif (02/01/2014) [-]
We know about the moose porn. :/
#62 - seaofcoltrane (02/01/2014) [+] (28 replies)
Do people really have problems with a computer recording all our texts? I mean, they can't even read all of them. They don't have enough manpower to do it. As long as the info doesn't get leaked then it shouldn't be a problem.
Do people really have problems with a computer recording all our texts? I mean, they can't even read all of them. They don't have enough manpower to do it. As long as the info doesn't get leaked then it shouldn't be a problem.
User avatar #87 to #86 - catpisseverdeen (02/01/2014) [-]
But they have it at the ready. That's why I care. Anytime they want to blackmail you, they can.
User avatar #142 - andriod (02/01/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I honestly can't beleive how many people don't give a **** over this privacy invasion.

Next thing you know, There going to be a mandatory anal cavity search for everyone because you might be a terrorist
User avatar #193 to #191 - alfrebecht (02/02/2014) [-]
Anon (And apparently you as well) wasn't reading my post carefully enough I guess.

The fourth amendment is part of the Bill of Rights, as I mentioned.

I was never debating ethics, I was debating method. To use the Constitution as support for these claims is incorrect, and will lead to people simply dismissing any claims based on it as ignorant. Your claims sound much more convincing without it.
User avatar #126 - daboomee (02/01/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Are there people seriously defending the NSA right now? ******* REALLY!? Has America become so docile and neutered that it'll just shrug this off?
It may not say in the constitution that it's illegal, but I'm sure 95% of people agree it's completely immoral and wrong. There's no way any government should have that kind of authority to monitor people 24/7. The NSA may not be that large, but how long will it take until they want to plant cameras in your home? Or have you arrested for crimes you "might commit in the future"? The government is supposed to work for the people, not the other way around.
#123 - Izen (02/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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User avatar #115 - majormayor (02/01/2014) [-]
Yeah. I get it. MuriKKKa is literally Nazi Germany (except we should remember Nazi Germany for not being all that bad apparently).
User avatar #111 - slapchoppin (02/01/2014) [-]
i'm sure that CSIS is spying on me and other Canadians but i don't give a ****

innocent people have nothing to fear from the government
#103 - DrPeppir ONLINE (02/01/2014) [+] (7 replies)
How DARE someone see what weird **** you fap to in an attempt to protect us from future threats.
User avatar #91 - oceanfrank ONLINE (02/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
But what if like the constitution actually doesn't say ANYTHING about privacy and or the spying of people through their internet browsing history? What if the Constitution doesnt apply to the people OUTSIDE of the US? Oh man, just what if huh?
#85 - MrHare (02/01/2014) [+] (5 replies)
No where in our constitution are we guaranteed privacy...
User avatar #109 to #85 - thelastamerican ONLINE (02/01/2014) [-]
4th amendment.
User avatar #37 - jewsburninindaoven (02/01/2014) [+] (5 replies)
There is no constitutional basis for the right to privacy. The only basis for privacy from the government is the 4th amendment and has not been extended to the internet.
User avatar #41 to #37 - badassmcfister (02/01/2014) [-]
I see you buy the ******** the government spews.
User avatar #110 - ishalltroll (02/01/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I still can't see why people are so upset about the whole thing. The NSA probably spied on me too and I don't give a **** . It's all just computer algorythms checking for key words and phrases, then that **** gets filtered even further just to ensure public safety of everybody.
It's not like there's some guy sitting in NSA central giggling at the E-mails I send, which I don't even do because nobody writes ******* E-mails anymore nowadays.
#71 - stepsword ONLINE (02/01/2014) [+] (3 replies)
While I don't support most of the NSA's actions, I just want to make it clear that they don't read everyone's emails - they simply don't have the manpower for that. What they do is COLLECT the emails, and put them in a searchable database. That database is used when they're searching for words relating to terrorism, and the majority of the NSA doesn't even have access to that database.

It's pretty ****** of them to put security flaws into widely used programs (like in operation BULLRUN), because that actually opens the way for more malicious attackers to break in, but on the whole the NSA isn't really out to do evil - they're just gathering information.

The "nothing to hide" argument is ******** , because it assumes privacy is about "keeping bad things secret", when privacy is actually about having control over your information, whether it is shameful or not.

However, I won't hate on them for the other means of collections they use - if they manage to break an encryption and grab information, then I say good for them, because that just means they used their brains to do something that anyone else can do. When they use their influence to pressure companies into producing purposely defective software, it goes a bit too far.
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