Sunday, June 21, 2015

America and spying on the world - Anonymous

#‎Survanlence‬ ‪#‎InternetSurvalance‬ ‪#‎Cispa‬ ‪#‎TPP‬ ‪#‎Privacy‬ ‪#‎Spying‬ ‪#‎Cisco‬ ‪#‎Facebook‬ ‪#‎Yahoo‬ ‪#‎Apple‬ ‪#‎Google‬ ‪#‎Twitter‬ ‪#‎Netfix‬ ‪#‎Anonymous‬ ‪#‎DataRetention‬ ‪#‎NSA‬
YOU and your internet use!
You were led to believe, that the ‪#‎US‬ government would not be spying on YOU.
Then what on earth are the worlds ‪#‎Internet‬ owners of every major software company and social media programs CEO's having dinner with the US President?
Combined they are worth almost 1 Trillion dollars.
From your social media program like Facebook that you use to tell, show and express your views on over the internet all over the world, to devices and software that is installed on your computer that can trace your words and internet habits.
Everyone at this table controls the internet and all of their servers that provide this service are on US soil, this means, they can control every bit of metadata passing into their servers coming in and going out.
So it is no wonder Barack Obama is having dinner with them all to make sure his government can find our EVERYTHING about YOU all under the name of "The war against terrorism".
Their claim for spying on YOU is to protect US citizen, but we know it is more than likely to find out what the people know about them, what information your spreading, what your political views are, how to help corporations and much more.
Always be careful of what you do online, because...
They are watching us!
Apparently The US tech get-together dinner was held with the aim of discussing technological innovation and how it could possibly boost the US economy.
No doubt they spoke about technological innovation, more likely about spying to boost the US surveillance agencies intel on people around the world.
1) Steve Jobs, the C.E.O. of Apple;
2) Eric Schmidt, the chairman and C.E.O. of Google;
3) Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and C.E.O. of Facebook;
4) Carol Bartz, president and C.E.O., Yahoo;
5) John Chambers, C.E.O. and chairman, Cisco Systems;
6) Dick Costolo, C.E.O., Twitter;
7) Larry Ellison, co-founder and C.E.O., Oracle;
8) Reed Hastings, C.E.O., NetFlix;
9) John Hennessy, president of Stanford University;
10) Art Levinson, chairman and former C.E.O., Genentech;
11) Steve Westly, managing partner and founder, the Westly
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~ Anonymous

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