Wednesday, November 23, 2011

GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK

Anonymous said...

Just a technical note...

Many if not most of the links in your blog are via Google. That is,

http://www.google.co.uk/...url=...

Apart from being unwieldy and ugly, they're also allowing Google to track all clicks by your readers.

That is, they know the IP of the person clicking on these links, not to mention much more specific cookie/browser information, permitting quite precise identification.

You're making it very easy for Google to keep detailed tabs on your readers.

My attitude is this information is none of Google's 'king business.

Google has been getting more and more invasive and nosy through the years:

1. they added the irritating "via-google" links;

2. they added bloated client-side Javascript doing who-knows-what;

3. they've been manipulating and even censoring search results for both financial reasons and what can only be surmised as "government" reasons; I suspect the odd honeytoken even.

To avoid these convoluted "via-google" links, you could use the Google Shell instead, www.goosh.org, and then just cut-and-paste.

Of course, Narus and Cisco devices tap into Internet core routers to snoop on traffic anyway as part of the Echelon system, but why make it easy for them. Especially now when the NSA is increasingly drinking from a fire hydrant. Ditto whatever your national NSA-equivalent is.


This is all a two-way street, of course.

If the Google-Facebook-NSA-GCHQ-etc machine got too big for its boots, their agents and employees could very easily be tracked, their ranks infiltrated.

Same applies to mobile telephony.

Take a pleasant stroll down to the nearest Network Operations Centre. Where is it? A friend of a friend knows. These people are not strangers: they're your old postdoc buddies from uni, a guy you play bridge with, a contract realtime embedded programmer you drink with, a third level support techie from your local ISP, a CV-padder on LinkedIn, a friend from national military service, some guy you bought a car from. They're everywhere.

The technical functionaries of surveillance and their acquaintances are just like you and me.

The wonders of reciprocity.

They'd know who's doing it, but so what.

---

"As you can see, we've had our eye on you for some time now, Mr Anderson."
According to the Financial Times

(http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/0585597c-1435-11e1-85c7-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz1eVj5BgMa)

"Facebook’s increasing insistence on the use of real names, along with a similar policy enforced by the rival Google+ service launched this year, could end up having profound consequences for life online, changing a world that has long been free and easy into a more controlled place...

"Google and Facebook both stand solidly behind the principle of bringing real identities to the web..."

This "robs children of the ability to remain anonymous, something that could make them more vulnerable to bullying, according to critics."

Google and YouTube have now become - ADVERTS, ADVERTS, ADVERTS, ADVERTS!

Fu Ying (not the Bilderberg one)

Anonymous comments:

Some interesting background on Google and their quest for full spectrum dominance over the planet's information:


http://www.google-watch.org/bigbro.html

http://www.softwaresecretweapons.com/jspwiki/google’s-quest-for-artificial-intelligence

http://smallbiztrends.com/2008/08/google-data-mine.html

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=26004

Incidentally, Eric Schmidt (Google) and Mark Hughes (Facebook) were participants at the 2011 Bilderberg conference.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/16/bilderberg-2011-tipping-point

As an aside, I have to agree with the Guardian journalist about Fu Ying (傅莹).

Is it just me, or is she just unutterably lovely. Surely describing a Bilderberg participant as such must violate some physical law. Maybe I'm easily beguiled by Mongol women. Maybe I've just woken up in a different world.

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Anonymous said...

Some interesting background on Google and their quest for full spectrum dominance over the planet's information:

http://www.google-watch.org/bigbro.html

http://www.softwaresecretweapons.com/jspwiki/google’s-quest-for-artificial-intelligence

http://smallbiztrends.com/2008/08/google-data-mine.html

http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=26004

Incidentally, Eric Schmidt (Google) and Mark Hughes (Facebook) were participants at the 2011 Bilderberg conference.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/16/bilderberg-2011-tipping-point

As an aside, I have to agree with the Guardian journalist about Fu Ying (傅莹). Is it just me, or is she just unutterably lovely. Surely describing a Bilderberg participant as such must violate some physical law. Maybe I'm easily beguiled by Mongol women. Maybe I've just woken up in a different world.

---
"I dreamt music."

Anonymous said...

Some people claim Google was started with the help of government research (DARPA).

Why?

Because the elite are obsessed with tracking everybody so they can know specifics on individuals, but more important: The elite can understand, track, and predict macro intellectual patterns, eventually, physical patterns of behavior.

The elite see the rest of us as simply part of a "borg hive" of humanity.

A "hive" which the elite can control and manipulate.

Why do the Western banker elite, now seem to be in a frenzy of supporting "democracy", like the so-called "Arab spring" (now fast turning into the "Arab nightmare")?

Because the elite believe (with some justification) that they can control, manipulate, and predict the "hive" better than they can control, manipulate, and predict some idiosyncratic dictator.

You know the elite have had a bad run with puppets that break loose from their strings and start doing a jig of their own.

Pyramid Employees said...

Thank you movie-quoter.

Yes they are everywhere, but they are paid for secrecy, sworn in as Masons, SS-"Intelligence" or brainwashed as Jews (ever threatened yet ever superior), and likely increasingly paranoid.

They are likely trained and selected for spineless obedience like MDs and other academics, lack of morals, sadism for repressed personality, greed and lack of empathy and feelings.

Where is "National Security" concerning those that triggered Fukushima on 3/11/11, keep it going amidst a worldwide coverup and plan the same elsewhere ?

The increasing poisoning is not random.
Means, names, places and dates are selected.
Fuku means crawl, assistant, good fortune, lie down, blow wind, emit, spout, wipe.
Shima means island.
Good luck Japan, for now ...

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Anonymous for information, and Aang for posting. This is a MOST IMPORTANT article.

Anonymous said...

Hi Pyramid Employees,

Good point. These obedient slaves of evil men are self-selecting.

What they have in common is this:

For selfish ends, they will willingly blind themselves to the truth. Inure themselves to evil.

There's always an excuse: paying the bills; fear; cowardice; peer-group pressure; keeping up with the Joneses; supposed geostrategic imperative; maintaining social order; narcissism; expediency; or even plain stupid vulgar greed.

But everything has its price.

Yes, even the cheap nuclear power in Fukushima has its price. It's all benefit and no cost.

Until it's not.

---
"Black is traditional. But if you prefer pink. Or vermilion. Or chartreuse."

postit said...

Use the Scroogle scraper
here:
https://ssl.scroogle.org/

no cookies, no search-term records, access log deleted within 48 hours


more info here:
https://ssl.scroogle.org/sslnote.html

Anonymous said...

Answer:
Don't post anything you don't want people to know about, that you are not prepared to defend.

I've ALWAYS been aware the www, including emails, is a public forum if you know how to manipulate it.

But it's worth it. We got'em reeling! The rapid spread of info is dragging 'em to their knees.

I thank the man who went public with the www, believing it belonged to the people.

Anonymous said...

@postit, thanks for the link.

Anonymous said...

Diaspora co-founder, x, aged 22 years old, found dead. Diaspora was competitor to Facebook and Google+.

(quote)"...In remembrance of Ilya Zhitomirskiy, the Diaspora website posted a picture of a dandelion and the words: “Ilya Zhitomirskiy 1989-2011”.

In addition, a memorial site has been set up at Respectance.com. One visitor there wrote, “I'll never forget the way you would wander into my dormroom with that lazy grin on your face, rambling on about robots and things too complicated for me to understand. RIP Ilya.”

“There’s something deeper than making money off stuff. Being a part of creating stuff for the universe is awesome,” Zhitomirskiy said previously..."

http://sanfrancisco.ibtimes.com/articles/249794/20111115/diaspora-founder-ilya-zhitomirskiy-dead-did-die.htm

 
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