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#4 - traelos
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(06/13/2013) [-]
>Implying the government has a stored list of your browsing history
>Implying the government has a stored list of your browsing history
#97 to #4 - baconfattie
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(06/14/2013) [-]
#49 to #4 - asmodeu
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Yes, it has a list of almost everything you did on the internet since they started monitoring.
#15 to #4 - hybridxproject
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(06/14/2013) [-]
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#8 to #4 - myrtille
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(06/14/2013) [-]
yes, actually, they do. they have government facilities to store this information too.
#6 to #4 - athojew
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(06/14/2013) [-]
You don't watch the news do you?
#93 to #6 - animedudej
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(06/14/2013) [-]
does norway do this? i think (hope*) NOT
#98 to #93 - anon
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Well, gotta dissapoint you. "Datalagrings direktivet"
#99 to #98 - animedudej
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(06/14/2013) [-]
wasnt that shot down a while ago?
#109 to #99 - anon
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(06/14/2013) [-]
nope =/ "I Norge ble DLD vedtatt av Stortinget den 4. april 2011. Det skulle etter planen tre i kraft 1. april 2012, men har blitt utsatt flere ganger. Samferdselsdepartementet ser nå for seg at lagringsplikten trer i kraft 1. januar 2015"

Better enjoy the last year of "freedom"
#110 to #109 - animedudej
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(06/14/2013) [-]
looks like a year-long wanking session on my hands now (i have some weird fetishes)
#13 to #6 - notafunnyguy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
it would be FAR too expensive to store that much data on that many people for that long period of time. all they really do is look for keywords or phrases related to terrorism, none of it is actually stored. it goes in, is checked for threats or dangerous plots, then goes into a hold period for a few months where a second scan is run, then after that its deemed irrellevent information and discarded
#87 to #13 - latinotornado
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(06/14/2013) [-]
There already building a massive storage building in order to store all the data. Watch the news man. no offence
#24 to #13 - settlwlvs
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Dude, we have $5 flashdrives that store 16GB of data. That's after increasing the price to may the retailer for distribution. 16 gigs can store a lot of data, just think how much internet history can be stored if they only spent $100,000 on storage. Considering your history can be stored as a text file, that's a lot of people's history for quite a long time. Money is of no issue.

But yes, you are correct.
#52 to #24 - zinton
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Actually storage on a mechanical hard drive can cost less than 0.05 cents per a gigabyte so 100,000 dollars can get you 2000 terabytes of data storage (note this is a rough estimation and costs of servers with redundancy will add a hell of alot more to the price tag)
#100 to #52 - baaltomekk
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Yeah and now add server clusters to adress all this storage capacity, then add power costs and your price per gig of data storage goes boom
#54 to #52 - settlwlvs
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(06/14/2013) [-]
You took my words and added validity. Bravo, sir.
#19 to #13 - anon
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Expense = null. Money is printed from thin air.
#40 to #19 - anon
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(06/14/2013) [-]
dummass inflation,you cant print money without demand or youl **** up the currency
#56 to #40 - settlwlvs
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Pic kinda fits?

I agree with you 100% though
#9 to #6 - traelos
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(06/14/2013) [-]
You don't understand computers do you?
#12 to #9 - GothicChi ONLINE
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