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The FBI, NSA are spying on you!

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Thats what I saw on the news last night. I wasnt paying attention though I just remember seeing PRISM show up somewhere. *Sigh* Well I guess nowhere is safe from America, World Police.

I hope one day, when SpaceX can launch us to Mars...America isnt invited. America ruins everything.

 

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Thats what I saw on the news last night. I wasnt paying attention though I just remember seeing PRISM show up somewhere. *Sigh* Well I guess nowhere is safe from America, World Police.

I hope one day, when SpaceX can launch us to Mars...America isnt invited. America ruins everything.

 

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Just leave America. Come live in NZ or AUS. We dont have spies in NZ. We have crazy Green Peace though.

The NZ government has even admitted on illegally spying on its people


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False alarm!

Guess I should have looked closer at the source of the words, and not just the business insider article and the reddit posts. The list of words was complied by Willaim Knowles and the purpose was to get people to add some of the words in the list to emails and such, so that the NSA would start collection emails and other messages containing them, and thus slow down their spying (back in 1998). No idea why this resurfaced again after over a decade but there you go. No need to be afraid, but some of the words might still add you to a watch-list, but maybe not the number 7.

 

Don't want the NSA to think that you are a terrorist? Then you might want to avoid using the words on this list. The list contains such goodies as "the", "firewall", "RAID", "AOL", "passwords", "redhead", "nerd", the number 7 and the first 4 letters of the alphabet, "a", "b", "c" and "d".

The list was found on this website: http://attrition.org/misc/keywords.html which is supposedly a very trustworthy source. I think this list contains waaay too many common words which everyday people use. With the news about PRISM, I feel very uncomfortable these days. Feels like the US is spying on me and everyone else. If it continue like this, I wouldn't be surprised if we will get cameras in our houses in a few years. Or well, it is already happening with PRISM and the Xbox One...

 

Full list of keywords:

Waihopai, INFOSEC, Information Security, Information Warfare, IW, IS, Priavacy, Information Terrorism, Terrorism Defensive Information, defence Information Warfare, Offensive Information, Offensive Information Warfare, National Information Infrastructure, InfoSec, Reno, Compsec, Computer Terrorism, Firewalls, Secure Internet Connections, ISS, Passwords, DefCon V, Hackers, Encryption, Espionage, USDOJ, NSA, CIA, S/Key, SSL, FBI, Secert Service, USSS, Defcon, Military, White House, Undercover, NCCS, Mayfly, PGP, PEM, RSA, Perl-RSA, MSNBC, bet, AOL, AOL TOS, CIS, CBOT, AIMSX, STARLAN, 3B2, BITNET, COSMOS, DATTA, E911, FCIC, HTCIA, IACIS, UT/RUS, JANET, JICC, ReMOB, LEETAC, UTU, VNET, BRLO, BZ, CANSLO, CBNRC, CIDA, JAVA, Active X, Compsec 97, LLC, DERA, Mavricks, Meta-hackers, ^?, Steve Case, Tools, Telex, Military Intelligence, Scully, Flame, Infowar, Bubba, Freeh, Archives, Sundevil, jack, Investigation, ISACA, NCSA, spook words, Verisign, Secure, ASIO, Lebed, ICE, NRO, Lexis-Nexis, NSCT, SCIF, FLiR, Lacrosse, Flashbangs, HRT, DIA, USCOI, CID, BOP, FINCEN, FLETC, NIJ, ACC, AFSPC, BMDO, NAVWAN, NRL, RL, NAVWCWPNS, NSWC, USAFA, AHPCRC, ARPA, LABLINK, USACIL, USCG, NRC, ~, CDC, DOE, FMS, HPCC, NTIS, SEL, USCODE, CISE, SIRC, CIM, ISN, DJC, SGC, UNCPCJ, CFC, DREO, CDA, DRA, SHAPE, SACLANT, BECCA, DCJFTF, HALO, HAHO, FKS, 868, GCHQ, DITSA, SORT, AMEMB, NSG, HIC, EDI, SAS, SBS, UDT, GOE, DOE, GEO, Masuda, Forte, AT, GIGN, Exon Shell, CQB, CONUS, CTU, RCMP, GRU, SASR, GSG-9, 22nd SAS, GEOS, EADA, BBE, STEP, Echelon, Dictionary, MD2, MD4, MDA, MYK, 747,777, 767, MI5, 737, MI6, 757, Kh-11, Shayet-13, SADMS, Spetznaz, Recce, 707, CIO, NOCS, Halcon, Duress, RAID, Psyops, grom, D-11, SERT, VIP, ARC, S.E.T. Team, MP5k, DREC, DEVGRP, DF, DSD, FDM, GRU, LRTS, SIGDEV, NACSI, PSAC, PTT, RFI, SIGDASYS, TDM. SUKLO, SUSLO, TELINT, TEXTA. ELF, LF, MF, VHF, UHF, SHF, SASP, WANK, Colonel, domestic disruption, smuggle, 15kg, nitrate, Pretoria, M-14, enigma, Bletchley Park, Clandestine, nkvd, argus, afsatcom, CQB, NVD, Counter Terrorism Security, Rapid Reaction, Corporate Security, Police, sniper, PPS, ASIS, ASLET, TSCM, Security Consulting, High Security, Security Evaluation, Electronic Surveillance, MI-17, Counterterrorism, spies, eavesdropping, debugging, interception, COCOT, rhost, rhosts, SETA, Amherst, Broadside, Capricorn, Gamma, Gorizont, Guppy, Ionosphere, Mole, Keyhole, Kilderkin, Artichoke, Badger, Cornflower, Daisy, Egret, Iris, Hollyhock, Jasmine, Juile, Vinnell, B.D.M.,Sphinx, Stephanie, Reflection, Spoke, Talent, Trump, FX, FXR, IMF, POCSAG, Covert Video, Intiso, r00t, lock picking, Beyond Hope, csystems, passwd, 2600 Magazine, Competitor, EO, Chan, Alouette,executive, Event Security, Mace, Cap-Stun, stakeout, ninja, ASIS, ISA, EOD, Oscor, Merlin, NTT, SL-1, Rolm, TIE, Tie-fighter, PBX, SLI, NTT, MSCJ, MIT, 69, RIT, Time, MSEE, Cable & Wireless, CSE, Embassy, ETA, Porno, Fax, finks, Fax encryption, white noise, pink noise, CRA, M.P.R.I., top secret, Mossberg, 50BMG, Macintosh Security, Macintosh Internet Security, Macintosh Firewalls, Unix Security, VIP Protection, SIG, sweep, Medco, TRD, TDR, sweeping, TELINT, Audiotel, Harvard, 1080H, SWS, Asset, Satellite imagery, force, Cypherpunks, Coderpunks, TRW, remailers, replay, redheads, RX-7, explicit, FLAME, Pornstars, AVN, Playboy, Anonymous, Sex, chaining, codes, Nuclear, 20, subversives, SLIP, toad, fish, data havens, unix, c, a, b, d, the, Elvis, quiche, DES, 1*, NATIA, NATOA, sneakers, counterintelligence, industrial espionage, PI, TSCI, industrial intelligence, H.N.P., Juiliett Class Submarine, Locks, loch, Ingram Mac-10, sigvoice, ssa, E.O.D., SEMTEX, penrep, racal, OTP, OSS, Blowpipe, CCS, GSA, Kilo Class, squib, primacord, RSP, Becker, Nerd, fangs, Austin, Comirex, GPMG, Speakeasy, humint, GEODSS, SORO, M5, ANC, zone, SBI, DSS, S.A.I.C., Minox, Keyhole, SAR, Rand Corporation, Wackenhutt, EO, Wackendude, mol, Hillal, GGL, CTU, botux, Virii, CCC, Blacklisted 411, Internet Underground, XS4ALL, Retinal Fetish, Fetish, Yobie, CTP, CATO, Phon-e, Chicago Posse, l0ck, spook keywords, PLA, TDYC, W3, CUD, CdC, Weekly World News, Zen, World Domination, Dead, GRU, M72750, Salsa, 7, Blowfish, Gorelick, Glock, Ft. Meade, press-release, Indigo, wire transfer, e-cash, Bubba the Love Sponge, Digicash, zip, SWAT, Ortega, PPP, crypto-anarchy, AT&T, SGI, SUN, MCI, Blacknet, Middleman, KLM, Blackbird, plutonium, Texas, jihad, SDI, Uzi, Fort Meade, supercomputer, bullion, 3, Blackmednet, Propaganda, ABC, Satellite phones, Planet-1, cryptanalysis, nuclear, FBI, Panama, fissionable, Sears Tower, NORAD, Delta Force, SEAL, virtual, Dolch, secure shell, screws, Black-Ops, Area51, SABC, basement, data-haven, black-bag, TEMPSET, Goodwin, rebels, ID, MD5, IDEA, garbage, market, beef, Stego, unclassified, utopia, orthodox, Alica, SHA, Global, gorilla, Bob, Pseudonyms, MITM, grey Data, VLSI, mega, Leitrim, Yakima, Sugar Grove, Cowboy, Gist, 8182, Gatt, Platform, 1911, Geraldton, UKUSA, veggie, 3848, Morwenstow, Consul, Oratory, Pine Gap, Menwith, Mantis, DSD, BVD, 1984, Flintlock, cybercash, government, hate, speedbump, illuminati, president, freedom, cocaine, $, Roswell, ESN, COS, E.T., credit card, b9, fraud, assasinate, virus, anarchy, rogue, mailbomb, 888, Chelsea, 1997, Whitewater, MOD, York, plutonium, William Gates, clone, BATF, SGDN, Nike, Atlas, Delta, TWA, Kiwi, PGP 2.6.2., PGP 5.0i, PGP 5.1, siliconpimp, Lynch, 414, Face, Pixar, IRIDF, eternity server, Skytel, Yukon, Templeton, LUK, Cohiba, Soros, Standford, niche, 51, H&K, USP, ^, sardine, bank, EUB, USP, PCS, NRO, Red Cell, Glock 26, snuffle, Patel, package, ISI, INR, INS, IRS, GRU, RUOP, GSS, NSP, SRI, Ronco, Armani, BOSS, Chobetsu, FBIS, BND, SISDE, FSB, BfV, IB, froglegs, JITEM, SADF, advise, TUSA, HoHoCon, SISMI, FIS, MSW, Spyderco, UOP, SSCI, NIMA, MOIS, SVR, SIN, advisors, SAP, OAU, PFS, Aladdin, chameleon man, Hutsul, CESID, Bess, rail gun, Peering, 17, 312, NB, CBM, CTP, Sardine, SBIRS, SGDN, ADIU, DEADBEEF, IDP, IDF, Halibut, SONANGOL, Flu, &, Loin, PGP 5.53, EG&G, AIEWS, AMW, WORM, MP5K-SD, 1071, WINGS, cdi, DynCorp, UXO, Ti, THAAD, package, chosen, PRIME, SURVIAC

 

Source: http://au.businessinsider.com/nsa-prism-keywords-for-domestic-spying-2013-6

 

What do you think of this list? Too many common words in it? Do you feel like you are being spied on for no reason?

 

 

Edit: I should probably add that you should take this with a big pinch of salt, since the source is someone who reddit who says he is a journalist, and his source is some site which says they got insider info. Not 100% trustworthy.

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did anyone else just search all these words to piss them off? :P 




lol jk i'm in ireland.


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lol im going to call someone and send an email to someone with all these words being said or written


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Well, you've just buggered up your privacy by posting that list, haven't you now?

 

Seriously, how is 'pseudonym' there...seriously...wut

and 'Nerd'...

and 'Jasmine'
and 'BLOWPIPE' ? XD
AND PORNSTARS?! EH?!?

 

...retinal fetish... I don't even...

 

 

I keep finding things and editing this post... Imma stop now


Wit is educated insolence.

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They are probably monitoring this thread. tinfoilhat.gif

 

yea I think so, lets troll them :)

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did anyone else just search all these words to piss them off? :P 

lol jk i'm in ireland.

watch out bro, they may spy on us to see if we're inventing something so they can steal it.

 

also, why the hell is bubba the love sponge in the list of keywords? what is wrong with the NSA?

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so..i heard domestic disruption in 1997 can put you in austin with pornstars that look like toads. because you were thought to be a  fish named Bubba the Love Sponge, the head of an internatinal spies orginization called bob. 

all the bold words are on this list, you should continue the story lol


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watch out bro, they may spy on us to see if we're inventing something so they can steal it.

 

also, why the hell is bubba the love sponge in the list of keywords? what is wrong with the NSA?

everytime me and my gf get on the phone we say bomb 3 times together, then fuck america.

 

 

i legit hope your crappy country invades my house.

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everytime me and my gf get on the phone we say bomb 3 times together, then fuck america.

 

 

i legit hope your crappy country invades my house.

 

we'll invade your house alright... with a PARTY.

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"Mavricks"

 

Everyone who misspells the new os x (mavericks) will be spied on :D


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Wait, someone is knocking at my door, be back in a second.

Oh Sh...!

edit: by the way, the first screen only had "JAVA Tutorial" in it but then I noticed the word "STEP" was also included.

Make sure to always check where your next step will land, you don't want the NSA to be after your neck :D

Edit 2: well, the "pun" in the first edit came out pretty well even if not intended xD

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why are these here?

15kg

 Badger

 codes

1997

 Flu

veggie

Kiwi

 ninja

rogue

Nike

 jack

 

the list goes on... 


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It's like they saying that they only monitor the alphabet letters.

Wait a minute, you can make words with the alphabet, ha i'm on to you.

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"a" and "the"? so basically almost everything you type... I know most countries have something similar for text messages and such but usually they just check for drug related terms and such.

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Meanwhile @ NSA:

 

"John look at this website, linustechtips.com, should we take it down."

- * eating donut * "Meh whatever"

"Ok your call" - presses giant red button -

*** linustechtips.com takedown, drone initiated, target: Linus Sebastian ***

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Whether or not the NSA is actually collecting and holding onto private information for years on end is unknown, but we are fairly certain that they could do so if they wanted to.  One of the Internet Archive’s engineers, Brewster Kahle, put together a spreadsheet of what he estimates the cost would be for the NSA to hold onto a years worth of phone data.

 

 

FULL STORY: http://www.tgbuzz.com/2013/06/16/nsa-could-easily-store-data-for-years/

 

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