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EpicWin

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Date Signed Up:3/23/2009
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#136 - Trust me, I see your point. While privacy should be respec…  [+] (3 replies) 06/14/2013 on Obongo 0
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#178 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
It's a good book.
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#176 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
read this:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Brother_(CoryDoctorownovel)
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#137 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
backs in* somehow got a p and not a space
#127 - Its much like the music industry these days. You don't really …  [+] (5 replies) 06/14/2013 on Obongo 0
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#131 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
Funny thing is, because I pay for my phone service, it is just like a paper with your signature on it. You can request a duplicate. And much like any medical records, it has my signature on it. I can deny access to anyone I like, Because if nothing else, it is intellectual property. (Doesn't mean they won't give it to the government anyway)

Besides, your voice is your own, is it not? It is something that you own. So why should a "private" phone call become a public necessity without a warrant? How does that make any sense?
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#136 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Trust me, I see your point.
While privacy should be respected, I think I would rather them be able to find the bad guys and stop them from blowing up everyone I love than to worry about them hearing me talk to people on the phone.
Society has got to the point where these big corporations have 18 page agreements that are way too long to read that say whatever they want like you don't really own a damn thing.
And people want to make a bomb and blow innocent people up. Society is sadly to the point where we need people to watch our backspin secretive ways to try and keep us safe. It definitely sucks to know the government can do a lot thing they shouldn't be able to, but if it keeps people safe I'm okay with it. Its not like the NSA and CIA are listening to me talk to my mom about college on the phone, or my girlfriend about her new lingerie. They are simply looking for keys words or connections relating to terrorist plots.
TLDR: I don't like it either and it probably is illegal based on the constitution, but I prefer it to being killed for no reason.
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#178 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
It's a good book.
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#176 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
read this:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Brother_(CoryDoctorownovel)
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#137 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
backs in* somehow got a p and not a space
#122 - Your phone records aren't really your possession so they aren'…  [+] (8 replies) 06/14/2013 on Obongo -1
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#124 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
I pay for my phone service.

So anything that derives from my service I.E. phone records, are property of me. So therefore, I can(should) have the ability to deny a search.

Anything else you'd like me to prove wrong?
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#128 - jorah (06/14/2013) [-]
Nothing about your agreement says you own your phone records, so stop being a smart ass because you don't know what you're talking about.

You don't even "own" your phone service, you rent it.
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#127 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Its much like the music industry these days. You don't really own the music, you own a "license" to the music.
You pay for the service, nothing is owned. You don't own the cell tower, you don't own the data. You cant sell your service or give it away.. You have a contract that says that your will pay x amount for x amount of services for x amount of days. If you don't pay you get no service. You own nothing but the phone.
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#131 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
Funny thing is, because I pay for my phone service, it is just like a paper with your signature on it. You can request a duplicate. And much like any medical records, it has my signature on it. I can deny access to anyone I like, Because if nothing else, it is intellectual property. (Doesn't mean they won't give it to the government anyway)

Besides, your voice is your own, is it not? It is something that you own. So why should a "private" phone call become a public necessity without a warrant? How does that make any sense?
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#136 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Trust me, I see your point.
While privacy should be respected, I think I would rather them be able to find the bad guys and stop them from blowing up everyone I love than to worry about them hearing me talk to people on the phone.
Society has got to the point where these big corporations have 18 page agreements that are way too long to read that say whatever they want like you don't really own a damn thing.
And people want to make a bomb and blow innocent people up. Society is sadly to the point where we need people to watch our backspin secretive ways to try and keep us safe. It definitely sucks to know the government can do a lot thing they shouldn't be able to, but if it keeps people safe I'm okay with it. Its not like the NSA and CIA are listening to me talk to my mom about college on the phone, or my girlfriend about her new lingerie. They are simply looking for keys words or connections relating to terrorist plots.
TLDR: I don't like it either and it probably is illegal based on the constitution, but I prefer it to being killed for no reason.
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#178 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
It's a good book.
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#176 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
read this:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Brother_(CoryDoctorownovel)
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#137 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
backs in* somehow got a p and not a space
#117 - The government has something to hide from the people they are …  [+] (12 replies) 06/14/2013 on Obongo 0
#160 - anon (06/14/2013) [-]
The public have their own fucking right to privacy.
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#149 - certifiedidiot (06/14/2013) [-]
What mother fucking enemies?
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#120 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
The 4th amendment bro. I have the right to tell an officer(Or anyone) who doesn't have a warrant, they can not search me.

End of discussion.
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#122 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Your phone records aren't really your possession so they aren't searching you.
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#124 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
I pay for my phone service.

So anything that derives from my service I.E. phone records, are property of me. So therefore, I can(should) have the ability to deny a search.

Anything else you'd like me to prove wrong?
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#128 - jorah (06/14/2013) [-]
Nothing about your agreement says you own your phone records, so stop being a smart ass because you don't know what you're talking about.

You don't even "own" your phone service, you rent it.
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#127 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Its much like the music industry these days. You don't really own the music, you own a "license" to the music.
You pay for the service, nothing is owned. You don't own the cell tower, you don't own the data. You cant sell your service or give it away.. You have a contract that says that your will pay x amount for x amount of services for x amount of days. If you don't pay you get no service. You own nothing but the phone.
User avatar
#131 - unclebourbon (06/14/2013) [-]
Funny thing is, because I pay for my phone service, it is just like a paper with your signature on it. You can request a duplicate. And much like any medical records, it has my signature on it. I can deny access to anyone I like, Because if nothing else, it is intellectual property. (Doesn't mean they won't give it to the government anyway)

Besides, your voice is your own, is it not? It is something that you own. So why should a "private" phone call become a public necessity without a warrant? How does that make any sense?
User avatar
#136 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
Trust me, I see your point.
While privacy should be respected, I think I would rather them be able to find the bad guys and stop them from blowing up everyone I love than to worry about them hearing me talk to people on the phone.
Society has got to the point where these big corporations have 18 page agreements that are way too long to read that say whatever they want like you don't really own a damn thing.
And people want to make a bomb and blow innocent people up. Society is sadly to the point where we need people to watch our backspin secretive ways to try and keep us safe. It definitely sucks to know the government can do a lot thing they shouldn't be able to, but if it keeps people safe I'm okay with it. Its not like the NSA and CIA are listening to me talk to my mom about college on the phone, or my girlfriend about her new lingerie. They are simply looking for keys words or connections relating to terrorist plots.
TLDR: I don't like it either and it probably is illegal based on the constitution, but I prefer it to being killed for no reason.
User avatar
#178 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
It's a good book.
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#176 - sabcy (06/14/2013) [-]
read this:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Brother_(CoryDoctorownovel)
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#137 - EpicWin (06/14/2013) [-]
backs in* somehow got a p and not a space
#834 - But I can direct download games with my xbox one...  [+] (1 reply) 06/12/2013 on How Sony trolls 0
#950 - verby (06/13/2013) [-]
But your xbox one doesn't double as state of the art porn machine.