Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by illini fan, May 5, 2012.
It's too late now
I just hope I'm dead before the jig is upped
If people took the time to see half the shit I browse on this thing.
"No honey. That's a DIFFERENT Mr. Potato Head"
"I was doing research"
I hope nobody figures out that I look at porn on the internet.
When I read articles like this, I just despair for my privacy since there's no way I could ever do half the things in that article since I only half-understood half of the shit they were talking about.
I also kind of resent that I'd have to do all that shit just to prevent "them" from what they're doing in the first place. It's like I've been opted-in to something I never agreed to.
These companies, along with the government, are analogous to creepy pervs who follow you around the library and stand over your shoulder as you thumb through the card catalog.
It's not paranoia. You really are being watched. And your information really is being sold. It's creepy (personal) space invasion.
Didn't even mention some of the easiest things to do, re in-private browsing and other settings on your browser.
I think the guy that wrote the article just read some of Shang's old posts on SFsN.
what does this have to do with Jon Hein and NAMBLA?
Privacy is overrated, as is freedom. So some 3rd party knows I bought some George R.R. Martin books on Amazon, and I like Burt's chips and Sierra Nevada Torpedo Ale. BFD.
Yes, if I had a medical condition or financial problems and a potential employer found out about them and I didn't get a job because of it, that would suck. But I don't, so like I said: BFD.
they cant arrest all of us
so that's it, huh? Just toss aside all of your privacy and civil liberties and accept that they're up our ass and there to stay?