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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Resolution10, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. Resolution10

    Resolution10 Power Member

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  2. shlokinani

    shlokinani BANNED BANNED

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    Srsly web is no more secret today...one should know the right way to concel their footprints otherwise whole world will know their web activity. But this is wrong.
     
  3. angelical

    angelical Junior Member

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    This is sheer breach of privacy and dictatorship in a democratic country
     
  4. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    America is not a democracy and never has been one, it has always been a republic with a strong central(federal) government. The only way to get rid of this bullshit such as PRISM, is to play their game and beat them at it. Anonymous will still not create a more organized group to outspend the defense industry's lobbying attempts. They will rather sent a DDOS attack on the FBI instead.
     
  5. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    the america of old is looong gone! and people are finally realizing it.
    tim mcveigh's actions won him a great many fans and i now wonder just
    how long until the entire mess implodes.

    seen this?

    Student Detained 5 Days Without Food Or Water By DEA,
    Settles For $4.1M Settlement


    Daniel Chong, a 25-year old UC San Diego student, settled his suit against the DEA for $4.1M. He was jailed and left unmonitored in a jail cell for five days.

    Chong and eight others were detained April 21, 2012 after DEA agents raided a house in San Diego. The feds seized ecstasy, marijuana, prescription medications, hallucinogenic mushrooms, guns and ammunition.

    But it was April 25th before an agent opened the steel door and found Chong still handcuffed in his cell. Chong was never even formally arrested or charged. He said he was visiting a friend and knew nothing about the drugs or guns. He drank his own urine to survive and convinced he would die, wrote a farewell note to his mother.

    He lost 15 pounds and suffered post-traumatic stress disorder. Although Mr. Chong got a nice settlement, it's worth noting the debate over whether the IRS can get a piece of it.

    Prisoners may be exonerated based on DNA evidence or simply released like Mr. Chong, and their compensation may come in various ways.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/robertw...ithout-food-or-water-by-dea-settles-for-4-1m/
     
  6. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Senior Member

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    Code:
    http://bangkokpost.com/news/local/362628/nsa-using-thailand-in-internet-snooping-programme
    this is what they use and this is some info