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Michelle
Michelle
3/11/2017 7:16:17 PM
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More questions
Recent revelations only bring up more questions about who the CIA was watching and why. None of these capabilities should surprise anyone. Criminals are becoming increasingly more sophisticated with the use of technology. Didn't the cache point to re-engineering of malware?

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
3/11/2017 10:23:03 AM
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Re: CIA Hacks
He exposed a lot of truths--no doubt.    The drama is yet to play itself out--although what WikiLeaks also underscored that there is no "real privacy" at any event and everyone is exposed.    It is a true "shooting war" that seems to be never ending--is it?

Happy W-End to all!!!

PS-Dont' forget folks it is daylight savings time for all in the United States!! :) 

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srufolo1
srufolo1
3/10/2017 10:22:03 AM
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Re: CIA Hacks
@mhhf1ve I have to confess that I am obsessed with Snowden. I loved the way CitzenFour showed him in that Hong Kong hotel room when the fire alarms went off. The paranoia in his face was priceless. Can you imagine how paranoid he was during that time? That woman director captured it all. I want to watch Oliver Stone's film "Snowden" on Amazon Video. It's like he was so young when he was hired as a contractor for Booz Allen Hamilton and worked for the CIA. He accomplished so much at such a young age. Guessing he speaks Russian fluently now. He could be a real asset to the U.S.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/10/2017 8:00:59 AM
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Re: CIA Hacks
Your wish for Snowden to come back to the US may be granted. The Russians have only given him temporary asylum which they could revoke at any time. If there's a deal to be made, they'd throw him under a bus in an instant. It's ironic that he is such a patriot that he faces treason charges...

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srufolo1
srufolo1
3/9/2017 5:08:06 PM
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Re: CIA Hacks
@dmendyk I said likely. Maybe I should have said it's "possible" Trump was wire tapped. Guess he doesn't need to be with all the tweeting he does.

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dmendyk
dmendyk
3/9/2017 3:25:06 PM
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Re: CIA Hacks
Also, it's likely Trump was wiretapped because apparently that's what the government does.

This is how alternative facts are born. Take something that's even remotely plausible and spin it into reality.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
3/9/2017 3:09:50 PM
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Re: CIA Hacks
@mhhf1ve  Snowden may have been a whistleblower, but I do not see him as a traitor to the U.S. government. He was right, I felt. Also, he should be allowed to come back to the U.S. because his skills could be put to good use here. Why should he remain in Russia? Also, it's likely Trump was wiretapped because apparently that's what the government does, but it was unreasonable for him to blame Obama.

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/9/2017 12:08:26 PM
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Re: CIA Hacks
If Snowden didn't come forward, we might never know what the government was capable of doing. Perhaps Trump is right that he was wiretapped -- but just that he was part of everyone being "watched" at all times....

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Adi
Adi
3/9/2017 6:02:09 AM
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Re: private parts
A little blast from the past - Sun on Privacy: 'Get Over It' 

 



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afwriter
afwriter
3/8/2017 11:04:31 PM
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Re: private parts
@dmendyk that is a fantastic point.

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