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#1 2007-09-12 21:14:50

Bhang
Paradigms of Vigilance
From: American Underground
Registered: 2005-04-12
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Myspace Surveillance Program

Watch this:

The Unauthorized History of Myspace.com (1)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGTSXdXS … mp;search=
The Unauthorized History of Myspace.com (2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjGzoddo … mp;search=

I do not use use myspace - it's way too invasive and you exploit all your friends as well. You also expose them to real life danger from crazies and you are giving all the intelligence agencies the times of their lives! They are building files on all of you! With up to date photos for the face scanning cameras! I bet a lot of readers have the little camera-eye on their computers and I bet they think that it is off right now. Silly, silly people...  If I really wanted to stalk someone I'd study their myspace page for all possible clues then execute my plan.

http://www.myspacemaster.net/userpics/layouts/thumbnail/1166734651.jpg

also see:
http://www.ztg.tu-berlin.de/surveillance/abstracts.html

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#2 2007-09-12 23:01:24

shukaido
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Registered: 2007-07-22

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Bhang wrote:

Watch this:

I bet a lot of readers have the little camera-eye on their computers and I bet they think that it is off right now. Silly, silly people...  If I really wanted to stalk someone I'd study their myspace page for all possible clues then execute my plan.

Oh my. My friend, I only wish that the ways and means by which I can be monitored and/or immediately located were restricted to the little camera on my computer and a Myspace.com web page . . .

. . . if anyone needs me I'll be on the transmitter implant behind my ear. Please note: I will be napping for the next two hours and available intermittently on assorted levels of consciousness, but only for emergencies and you must have authorization. Thank you.


"Oh where have you been, my blue-eyed son? Where have you been, my darling young one?" - Roxy Music (B. Dylan)

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#3 2007-09-13 01:33:40

panda
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From: Melbourne
Registered: 2007-02-01

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Yah, I have a myspace page, but I only use it to collect musicians and other novelty people I like the sound of as "friends".  My page is devoid of any real information - all the content I've put up is fluff, and I'm happy for that. 

I'm not convinced that these sites are being used for surveillance (to be honest, I doubt that most people would be of much interest to the powers that be), but I'm very wary of the fact that social networking sites in general, Myspace especially, can be very useful for nutty individuals to stalk.  About 9 months ago, a 15 year old girl was stalked and killed by an ex-army father and son duo sad  -  She thought her and the father were having the beginning of a romance.  Very sad and frightening.

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#4 2007-09-13 03:17:49

Mencius
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Registered: 2007-01-10

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

I came home a few nights ago, resolute the kill my account. Just so happened that something wouldn't let me. The pages just wouldn't load.

NR was still fine, but I didn't want to kill it! smile

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#5 2007-09-13 03:42:46

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Registered: 2006-08-06

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

my account was

www.myspace.com/911zionistjob

It has been deleted in the end of July. I don't know who deleted it, but I know the reason: I was criticising zionism.

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#6 2007-09-13 19:48:42

shukaido
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Registered: 2007-07-22

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

panda wrote:

I'm not convinced that these sites are being used for surveillance (to be honest, I doubt that most people would be of much interest to the powers that be), but I'm very wary of the fact that social networking sites in general, Myspace especially, can be very useful for nutty individuals to stalk.  About 9 months ago, a 15 year old girl was stalked and killed by an ex-army father and son duo sad  -  She thought her and the father were having the beginning of a romance.  Very sad and frightening.

I agree. When I first read the original post I smiled as I looked at the camera (that's probably off) on my computer with the thought that if anyone were using that as a means of surveillance, then I'd have very little to worry about.

I suppose that when psyops data or the like is being gathered as by such groups as intelligence agencies all things are considered, but I'd have to wonder about the sophistication of an operation which relies chiefly upon one's  personality and social networking page for information. I'd also have to wonder about the intentions and method of the individual who's participating in the activity of social networking across something as expansive as the Internet and as vast an online community as Myspace.com

Still, it is a strange and sad thing to read that some young or naive person advertised themselves in a certain way, possibly for companionship, and was either lured or wandered off into the woods without a system of checks for safety or protection in place and was subsequently eaten by bears.  hmm


"Oh where have you been, my blue-eyed son? Where have you been, my darling young one?" - Roxy Music (B. Dylan)

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#7 2007-09-14 00:19:49

Hildegarde
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From: Melbourne, Australia
Registered: 2005-07-11

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

druid wrote:

my account was

www.myspace.com/911zionistjob

It has been deleted in the end of July. I don't know who deleted it, but I know the reason: I was criticising zionism.

It also gets deleted if you don't click the 'confirm you still want to use myspace' link they send to your email. That happened to me
and I thought it got deleted but apparently I didn't click this link they send periodically.


"The universe is on fire with wonder, beauty, and ecstasy." - From the Undines to Humanity

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#8 2007-09-14 01:50:18

Bhang
Paradigms of Vigilance
From: American Underground
Registered: 2005-04-12
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Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Druid wrote:

my account was

www.myspace.com/911zionistjob

It has been deleted in the end of July. I don't know who deleted it, but I know the reason: I was criticising zionism.

If you show them just how smart you are, they will box you in even tighter if you attempt resistance.
Try signing up for stumbleupon.com ( I'm here: http://bhang.stumbleupon.com/ (("all the content I've put up is fluff" - Panda)) ) - no problem w/my world views there (so far ). All of which reminded me of this fella Joe Vialls

Hacked off

Vialls claimed that many of his articles were hacked off his website years ago,[8] and that he was banned by Yahoo! and Paypal. Indeed, his original Yahoo! site remains unavailable today. However, Vialls' new site still boasts 170 articles starting with The Crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in Queens and ending with Bush, Blair & Howard Photo Atrocities. Vialls was an avowed anti-Zionist, alleging for instance that Zionists used a nuclear device in Bali. He also claimed most kidnapping of hostages in Iraq was done by the CIA and Mossad.

Vialls included in a page of reports, that he claimed were hacked off the internet, an animation that he produced himself, entitled "Israeli Heaven."

Many of Vialls' investigations blamed significant world events - such as the 2004 Asian Tsunami - on joint CIA/Mossad operations, and Vialls maintained in disclaimers on his site that his reports were written in the interest of public safety. In other investigations, Vialls supposedly proved that such esoteric happenings as the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and a scandal involving the wearing of a swastika by Prince Harry were Zionist plots.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Vialls

MySpace posting prompts arrests
http://www.securityfocus.com/brief/192

Parents concerned over MySpace arrests
http://www.enn.ie/article/9672717.html

http://tinyurl.com/2gmu2m

Panda wrote:

I'm not convinced that these sites are being used for surveillance (to be honest, I doubt that most people would be of much interest to the powers that be), but I'm very wary of the fact that social networking sites in general, Myspace especially, can be very useful for nutty individuals...

Are you so sure?

http://www.greaterthings.com/Essays/666buy_sell.jpg

http://www.pinktentacle.com/images/hitachi_bmi.jpg

http://www.geocities.com/cut2thechase_ca/chphand2.jpg

http://news.com.com/i/ne/p/2004/110504IBM2PB016598x600x450.jpg

http://www.defendingthenet.com/newsletters/supercomputers.jpg

http://www-eng.llnl.gov/jpg_gif/net_info_eng_super_comp.gif

http://www.cisl.ucar.edu/computers/images/blackforestR.jpg

http://www.alienationsam.com/abductions/images/Abduction%20Logo.png

Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars: http://www.wachadoo.com/forum/ftopic73.html

see: http://forum.noblerealms.org/viewtopic.php?id=4499

President Bush signed a  $82 BILLION military spending bill will create electronically readable, federally approved ID cards for Americans.

http://www.history.ucsb.edu/faculty/marcuse/classes/33d/projects/media/BushHitlerShitAsshole.jpg

http://www.jeremygilby.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/07/uf009338.gif

Soon you won't be able to use a pc without one of these on it:

http://www.hku.hk/cc_news/ccnews113/keyboard-slot.gif

http://www.wachadoo.com/forum/files/idposter_132.jpg

Myspace intends to build the psychological profiles for said agencies.

Myspace is also a great tool for the "graduates" of Wackenhut prison systems.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wackenhut

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#9 2007-09-14 02:29:44

ape-x
uncooperative slave
Registered: 2007-02-17

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Even if we were to identify and bypass all methods of surveillance, we would still have wall penetrating radar www.camero-tech.com, satellites, and probably many more unknown-to-peons technology.

There is no getting around anything.    J


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#10 2007-09-14 02:31:06

Bhang
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#11 2007-09-14 03:49:07

panda
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From: Melbourne
Registered: 2007-02-01

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Hi Bhang, no I'm not sure - who knows what's already happening or what's planned?  Not meeee.

I am pretty confident that logistically, it would be very gruelling time consuming to build profiles on every myspace/internet user.   And fruitless, depending on TPTB's motives - that's another big blank for me ---- WHY? 

Anyway, the whole idea of a national ID card is nauseating, they're propably going to be introduced in Australia too *shudder*.  'Marked and owned' is the phrase that comes to mind which gives me the heebiegeebies.

What's with the pictures of the servers and the little girl?

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#12 2007-09-14 04:39:07

Bhang
Paradigms of Vigilance
From: American Underground
Registered: 2005-04-12
Website

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

watch this: Intelligent internet, artificial intelligence and the creativity machine:

http://video.stumbleupon.com/#p=13oytovy1e

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#13 2007-09-14 05:07:38

panda
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From: Melbourne
Registered: 2007-02-01

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

I'm at work now so havent been able to, but I'll have a look when I get home.  Thanks.

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#14 2007-09-14 15:15:57

Soloflecks
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Registered: 2004-04-21

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

That looks good.  Dammit, for once I'm off Sat and I only have a working PC at the office.

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#15 2007-09-14 17:15:32

shukaido
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Registered: 2007-07-22

Re: Myspace Surveillance Program

Bhang wrote:

If you show them just how smart you are, they will box you in even tighter if you attempt resistance.

Interesting. I'll borrow a line from an old The The song, perhaps out context, when I write, "The path of least resistance leads to the garbage heap of dispair."

Again, I might be taking words out of context, and I really have to wonder where that child's parents are while she's got all those things stuck to her head, but I'm a little curious about the suggestion of the inverse to sharing one's ideas or perceptions, I suppose by feigning combinations of dumbness, deafness, or blindness. It shouldn't benefit any being on a course of development and discovery to remain consciously or willfully "boxed in" out of a sense paranoia, fear, or the possibility of a challenge to long-held beliefs. Choosing to remain "boxed in" or feigning sleep while striving for consciousness is a vibratory location, in at least one aspect, where one can easily be fed all manner of selfish reason and wind of doctrine.

What's been so far interesting to me about this forum, and it's a topic being explored in another timely thread, is not the variety or frequency of interference and counter-resistance I've experienced as I've begun to actively read and participate in the encouragement and exchange of ideas here, but how I now perceive that interference and resistance.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but what occurred to me while I looked at the collage of images of antiquiated mass storage devices is that each graphic was perhaps created for a completely different purpose than what they're currently being assembled for.


"Oh where have you been, my blue-eyed son? Where have you been, my darling young one?" - Roxy Music (B. Dylan)

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