01/02/2018 (Tue) 03:53:58
We know that the data is collected en-masse, in other words... collected on everyone. This includes all phone calls and video chat, SMS messages and emails. We also know that our phones onboard GPS records our location and the times 24/7. Also that signal tower triangulation can also determine out location too. Much of this stored data is small in size and will therefore likely be kept for years. Larger data files like audio and video will likely only be kept for a year at most as the storage requirements for this endeavor makes that task most unlikely.
Remember those who claim they have nothing to hide?
• Does that include all your passwords and banking data?
• What about your contacts list? Known association with others could bring you undo attention if someone you know is suspected of a crime....
• What about those comments you made online back when....
• or the history of past websites you cruised....(including those popups that bring you to a nasty sites)
• how about others having the ability to acquire live camera feed or voice recordings at any time from your phone, laptop, tv, game console, cellphone or even your new car's onboard system?
We now live in a world where our home computers are now fully compromised with the advent of Windows 10. Why did Microsoft give away freely what they once charged over $200 for? And then Microsoft even stooped to using a variety of devious tricks in attempt to convert those last ones who refused to migrate over to Windows 10.
So why the big push?
This new version works like no other version before. Windows 10 automatically stores a copy of all your personal data on "the cloud", or in other words, on Microsoft servers.(you agreed to this on the 45 page agreement before install) This now gives your government total access to your data, even when your computer is turned off. And let's not forget that this data is legally no longer your property. This means that no warrants were required to use it against you in a court of law. And even if you did manage to keep your old version of Windows 7, your data is only safe if the updates are turned off. It seems that Microsoft included this cloud access into random updates to gain access to that data which eludes thyem.
Meanwhile those who have a Mac are no safer either as it too has incorporated Microsoft Windows. Only Linux OS's remains as being uncompromised, specifically due to it's open source coding. Since Android was built off this same platform, it too can be trusted, at least more than it's competitors. So is it only coincidence that all new models of laptops with Windows 10 preinstalled cannot load Linux as a replacement OS?