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#2 - Comment deleted 06/14/2013 on Running Through White... 0
#203 - That's a realistic potential issue that some other commenters … 06/12/2013 on good guy government 0
#192 - This is well thought out and logical, especially about unequal…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/12/2013 on good guy government 0
User avatar #196 - nicolbolas (06/12/2013) [-]
I'm just saying that we have to tread lightly. The NSA's intentions are good but they can easily overstep their boundaries.
User avatar #203 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
That's a realistic potential issue that some other commenters brought up that are good points. Some already think that this here is already overstepping boundaries (perhaps their right, too)
#180 - I don't deny it's an invasion of privacy and perhaps even a vi…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/12/2013 on good guy government +1
User avatar #184 - chiefrunnyjeans (06/12/2013) [-]
It's just that this is kind of a one sided thing, like good and evil. It's probably not the best thing to try to be neutral about.
#171 - Haha I appreciate it, I guess that's what I get for trying to … 06/12/2013 on good guy government 0
#159 - I think that's very true. Many times policies like this are li…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/12/2013 on good guy government 0
User avatar #215 - keiishiyama (06/12/2013) [-]
I think many terrorist organizations are smart enough to realize the Internet is public domain.
User avatar #164 - littlehozz (06/12/2013) [-]
fair enough and thats why i liked your ccomment (from the looks of it i may have been the only one). it makes a good point i just was taking the other stand and expressing their views
User avatar #171 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
Haha I appreciate it, I guess that's what I get for trying to express a neutral opinion. Or perhaps people are just jumping on the thumbs down bandwagon as mine start tallying up.

Thank you for rational replies/comments lol
#144 - Believe me I'm not disagreeing with you, that's extremely vali… 06/12/2013 on good guy government 0
#122 - Before everyone lets their emotions drive their opinions and r…  [+] (16 new replies) 06/12/2013 on good guy government -8
User avatar #245 - ICEDgrunge (06/12/2013) [-]
The NSA is an intelligence agency in which its prime directive is to obtain foreign intelligence and to protect the nations own information. As of the signing of the Executive Order 12333 by President Ronald Reagan, it is illegal for the NSA to collect any domestic information that is not gathered by the FBI. The FBI is the only agency that they are allowed to receive domestic information from, and the only information that is relevant for the NSA to hold is anything to do with Foreign or terrorist interests. The NSA, as exposed by Edward Snowden just recently, has been collecting information domestically, thereby breaking the law. The fact that they are collecting information on United States citizens is against the law, as they did not act within the confines of their legislation. It is obvious that you know nothing about what the NSA is doing based upon the grounds in which the NSA was constructed. It is not the information that they are gathering. I have nothing to hide. I have no involvement with any foreign intelligence, whether it be leaking information, or stealing information from the government, and I have nothing to do with terrorism. It is the fact that they are breaking the law. The idea that the government allows them to do this, or more likely the idea that they have hidden this from the government, leads to think what other fucking things are happening, as I'm sure we'd all like to know.
User avatar #190 - keiishiyama (06/12/2013) [-]
The government has allegedly used this information to target other crimes that aren't even remotely related to terrorism - without a formal warrant.
User avatar #185 - nicolbolas (06/12/2013) [-]
The way governments use "terrorism" and "terrorists" is too broad. Imagine the revolutionary war, Americans would view the revolutionaries as liberators if you will while the English would view them as terrorists by today's standards.

When the government has access to everyone's information, they can take communication that would be actual terrorism, an act of revolution, or a simple joke. Privacy is not directly worded in the Constitution but it is something to be considered, especially when people can invade on the right to free speech.

exchanging freedoms for "security" is not a fair tradeoff. Like in most movies where a small group rises above the oppressive government, it appears we are heading down the same path under the illusion of safety.
User avatar #192 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
This is well thought out and logical, especially about unequal tradeoff. My only point here was to present Side 1, Side 2, and then a little summary bringing it all together. I don't know where I stand on it yet so that's why I *attempted* to be as neutral as possible.

User avatar #196 - nicolbolas (06/12/2013) [-]
I'm just saying that we have to tread lightly. The NSA's intentions are good but they can easily overstep their boundaries.
User avatar #203 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
That's a realistic potential issue that some other commenters brought up that are good points. Some already think that this here is already overstepping boundaries (perhaps their right, too)
User avatar #167 - chiefrunnyjeans (06/12/2013) [-]
So the 3 billion phone records per day and collection and storing EVERYONE'S info without a warrant from google, facebook, yahoo, everything microsoft, etc was protecting us??? They care about everything everyone does. They don't discriminate. That's why they collect everything. You NEVER sacrifice privacy and/or freedom for a false sense of security. They aren't looking for terrorists. They're looking for YOU.
User avatar #180 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
I don't deny it's an invasion of privacy and perhaps even a violation of the 4th amendment, your point is valid. The false sense of security part is arguable but its just a matter of who feels safer and who doesn't, that's all.

It looks like people think I was sticking up for government when all in all I was just trying to present a neutral, no sides viewpoint. I didn't mean to start a debate haha
User avatar #184 - chiefrunnyjeans (06/12/2013) [-]
It's just that this is kind of a one sided thing, like good and evil. It's probably not the best thing to try to be neutral about.
User avatar #147 - littlehozz (06/12/2013) [-]
this is a very fair argument and i appreciate the fact that you see both sides but in my mind its an issue of more than terrorists. if the government continues to get more and more invasive they will see other things that may8 not like and be able to pinpoint them as people they want to eliminate or such. keep in mind this is hypothetical but could easily happen
User avatar #159 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
I think that's very true. Many times policies like this are like a foot in the door for government, and then they take invasion of privacy to the next level and no one wants that of course.

The only point I wanted to get across was, assuming the government genuinely wanted to deter and stop terrorists (some people might think this is too generous of an assumption haha) taking away policies that monitor could possibly have an effect on terrorism, and that if so people would then have no right to complain about the government not protecting its citizens.

Like you said, its all hypothetical, and nothing may happen at all, but its just something that people should keep in the back of their minds before getting bent out of shape on the issue.
User avatar #215 - keiishiyama (06/12/2013) [-]
I think many terrorist organizations are smart enough to realize the Internet is public domain.
User avatar #164 - littlehozz (06/12/2013) [-]
fair enough and thats why i liked your ccomment (from the looks of it i may have been the only one). it makes a good point i just was taking the other stand and expressing their views
User avatar #171 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
Haha I appreciate it, I guess that's what I get for trying to express a neutral opinion. Or perhaps people are just jumping on the thumbs down bandwagon as mine start tallying up.

Thank you for rational replies/comments lol
#135 - anonymous (06/12/2013) [-]
If you have nothing to hide, would you mind someone staring through your window all day? Or sharing your private information with everyone here? The war on terrorism is over exaggerated by the government, there is a bigger chance of getting hit by lighting, then there is getting injured or killed in a terrorist attack. They are not keeping you safe, they are just keeping a watch on you . They have data on everyone, should there rise a need to use it against you, they could and most likely will.
User avatar #144 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
Believe me I'm not disagreeing with you, that's extremely valid and I understand why people say that this policy is a violation of rights.

I just wanted everyone to know what both sides' reasoning are, since a lot of people are immediately letting their emotions escalate like "Oh god how could they do this to us??" without knowing the full story.
#130 - Picture 06/12/2013 on Mulan +1
#13 - Like some of the other comments have already pointed out, when… 06/12/2013 on Generosity 0
#12 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 06/12/2013 on Generosity 0
#13 - sexyduck (06/12/2013) [-]
Like some of the other comments have already pointed out, when are some of you just going to let it go?

How does one group of peoples' music preferences have ANY effect on your lives at all? Is your overall happiness somehow hindered knowing somewhere in the world some preteen is listening to Justin Beiber? I'm not justifying any musician or genre of music here, but seriously: get over yourselves and let people listen to what they want to without complaining like little faggots.
#20 - Picture 06/12/2013 on Nope +15
#18 - Picture 06/09/2013 on Maybe It's Cancer +6
#666 - <--- This will be useful in the future I laughed a…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/09/2013 on Shit I hated in highschool +1
#697 - friedchickenman (06/09/2013) [-]
Nice comment number.
#43 - Before seeing this full comic I had no idea where the "ge… 06/06/2013 on Old Gold +10
#177 - I think they're doing one for Assassin's Creed that is propose… 06/04/2013 on I give up 0
#106 - Picture 05/31/2013 on Hit by your mom when you... +1
#69 - So you're just doing more work to create a second, wrong versi… 05/31/2013 on Everybody Hates Black People +3
#4 - Picture 05/30/2013 on The horror... +1
#19 - you kinda just repackaged his original joke..  [+] (2 new replies) 05/10/2013 on Hurting the crew +3
User avatar #55 - dapianoman (05/11/2013) [-]
That was pretty bad
:C
User avatar #41 - admiralen (05/10/2013) [-]
thats the point
#29 - Are you not entertained?? 05/05/2013 on Surprise attack +6
#7 - That was the joke  [+] (2 new replies) 04/29/2013 on Face Recognition +15
User avatar #8 - stuckatwork (04/29/2013) [-]
well then its a good thing I got it huh
#16 - anonymous (04/29/2013) [-]
I only noticed the woman was not real after I read your comment. I feel stupid..
#13 - 0/10 Try to be a little more imaginative  [+] (2 new replies) 03/31/2013 on No Post on Sundays +27
User avatar #56 - anonefg (03/31/2013) [-]
But it gets retards mad and thats all that counts. Protip: 95% of people who take FJ seriously are retards
User avatar #40 - tocoolforyouinajar (03/31/2013) [-]
Had to be at least 1/10 to get you rustled enough for a response.
#4 - Did you hear about the guy who got his left arm and leg cut of…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/31/2013 on Batman +30
#9 - supremetaco (03/31/2013) [-]
#54 - let's not get carried away 03/30/2013 on God 0
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