Posts Tagged ‘invasion of privacy’

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Oh – so maybe now the public might care about privacy?

Hackers used police spy tool to steal nude celebrity pictures

The major leak of nude celebrity photos last weekend was made possible by software designed to let law enforcement lift data from iPhones with ease. The software is used in tandem with a tool made public recently that can crack Apple iCloud passwords.

According to Wired, hackers talk openly on the anonymous image forum Anon-IB about their use of EPPB, or Elcomsoft Phone Password Breaker, to download data from iCloud storage backups.

The police do this shit routinely now.

If you don’t like living in a STASI police state, you’d best get vocal about this erasure of privacy.

 

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CNET:

Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords

The U.S. government has demanded that major Internet companies divulge users’ stored passwords, according to two industry sources familiar with these orders, which represent an escalation in surveillance techniques that has not previously been disclosed.

Is there anyone in the entire Federal Government of the United States of America who takes their Oath seriously?

Are these people incapable of understanding the Bill of Rights in the Constitution, taught to 4th graders around the nation?

Is there anyone who will stand up for the People and their rights and arrest those who knowingly commit crimes under color of authority?

I’m chronicling the rise of Totalitarianism, daily here.  If these Sheeple don’t give a flying fuck if they live in a techno-fascist dictatorship, well fuck them.  This is utter absurdity.  The law that protects us going back to the mother fucking Magna Carta is being erased in front of your eyes, assholes.  Wake the fuck up, you useless, fucking eating, shitting machines.  God dammit.