AnonD-324, 27 Jan 2014I hate NSA. They are B*******. Cheers!!Well ?
you think NSA is the only one?
ever heard of the Echelon project?
That's pretty cool! LOL I've been saying since ages that we should live our real lives and quit using these monstruosities! LOL again! What am I doing here then? - Following the events, of course! LOL again!
this is so rediculas. what do NSA think of themselves.
there are people 100 times more brilliant than them. what if they use this systen.overriding NSA system files and jailbreaking is now common. so NSA just ***koff and do ur other jobs. if u hack user datas and break their privacy, defanitly ur data will be override by some one.
better keep distance
Pinky, 27 Jan 2014Oh no brain! I think they know what we do every night! But seriously, what does it matter i... moreNobody next to me or in my whole country is blowing anything up, edpecially not in their country. But they spy anyway.
"This certainly sounds quite scary to those of us concerned about their privacy, but here's hoping that the NSA only uses these powers only in extremely critical cases."
I'm sorry,...what? This behaviour is unacceptable on any grounds mister blogger.
Comrade, 27 Jan 2014I'm pretty sure If you'd put combination of words "how to make a (something exploding)...... moreProbably not. Most phones nowadays use most of their battery to power their CPUs and screens. Probably the best way to gauge whether they are spying you or not is to see how much the phone lags before it starts loading a web page.
AnonD-8044, 27 Jan 2014Turning microphone on to listen to conversations is well off the scale in my book...They can r... moreAnd they can probably use both cameras to spy on us...
That's why I always try my best to muffle my phone microphone when I'm not calling somebody, and to cover both cameras with my fingers. You never know...
And most likely, the Americans are competing against the Chinese, the FSB (and so on) to get to our private data. It's only the NSA that got busted.
Turning microphone on to listen to conversations is well off the scale in my book...They can read my boring emails and look at my photos know where I am I don't care but listening in on conversations,,seriously bad.
I remember when instaling games from playstore the game required access to my calls, why the heck a puzzle game need access to my calls?
Anonymous, 27 Jan 2014In the source link it says that most of the examples in the presentation slides involved Andro... moreit because you can keep track of activities going on in android as you can have access to everything yourself in it (if your dev or advance user)...where as on windows and ios its difficult to figure out what apps are doing behind that main screen...and you cannot have admin privilege to figure out if there are unusual things inside your phone.
And also we know you lack on ethics and you will spy your neighbors, your wife/husband, your daughter's boyfriend, so go on and don't forget to said you are helping the world from terrorist attack and many more... sigh*
this is just a bridge to far, that's breaking the law of privacy in every way possible!
I hope there will be end of this spying!
i hope that it's only NSA that's spying, who knows maybe other agency are doing the same thing?!
Hope they're tracking people from other continents as well, they'll go bankrupt before finding something terrorist worthy on my phone. Still, having ones privacy shredded to atoms and served to you as tarts not for everyones liking should be punishable by death, upped by infinity.
And thats why i use android...to fake everything on my phone and to block app from accessing internet...its not 100% secure but give me better protection..