The CIA is Monitoring Your Tweets

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I actually think this is not a bad way to monitor the population. what's better than reading what everyone is in reality reporting to the world. Then again, we can all agree that most of those tweets will be about what breakfast somebody ate.
 

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I have expectation of privacy when I post something publically.
I have no expectation when I use a work/school network/computer, and others should have no expectation of privacy when they use my network/computer. (Though I use to monitor usage, I stopped when I realized how much porn a single computer can go through...)
[citation][nom]Yang[/nom]I actually think this is not a bad way to monitor the population. what's better than reading what everyone is in reality reporting to the world. Then again, we can all agree that most of those tweets will be about what breakfast somebody ate.[/citation]
I wish that wasn't true...
I had a Jamaican Patty with a 1L of Coke by the way, and it was awesome.
 
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