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I mean, what’s not to trust? I’m sure it’s virtually secure and private.

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    I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you're refering to as windows, is in fact, NSA/windows, or as I've recently taken to calling it, NSA plus Windows. Windows is not an operating system unto itself, but rather another free component of a fully functioning NSA system made useful by the NSA corelibs, spyware and data collection system components comprising a full surveillance system.

    Many computer users run a modified version of the NSA system every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of the NSA data collection system which is widely used today is often called Windows, and many of its users are not aware that it is basically the NSA system, developed by the NSA.
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    There really is a Windows, and these people are using it, but it is just a part of the system they use. Windows is the bloatware the program in the system that steals the system resources from the other programs that you run. This bloatware is an essential part of an NSA system, but useless in practice; it can only function in the context of a complete NSA system. Windows is normally used in combination with the NSA surveilance system: the whole system is basically NSA with Windows added, or NSA/Windows. All the so-called Windows systems are really distributions of NSA/Windows!
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    @Tonnoman I just assume that every device and OS is compromised. It’s how I get through my day keeping the paranoia at bay.
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    @black-kite my ass (literally I wrote this as a parody of the gnu/Linux copy pasta when that was popular)
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    @stackodev when looking at stuff like the intel management system and whatnot you might as well
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    Sure Bill, how else can I help line your pockets?
  • 1
    VPN is neither anonymous nor secure.

    But keep on spending money for useless things, capitalism loves you.
  • 0
    VPN is neither anonymous nor secure.

    But keep on spending money for useless things, capitalism loves you.
  • 0
    VPN is neither anonymous nor secure.

    But keep on spending money for useless things, capitalism loves you.
  • 0
    VPN is neither anonymous nor secure.

    But keep on spending money for useless things, capitalism loves you.
  • 1
    @AleCx04 "but hey, its military grade encryption!"
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    Stupid sexy Gates
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    Whoopsi.

    But glad for my imposters.
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    Opera did that in 2008.
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    I mean nowadays HW has the backdoors, linux systems also has those NSA folks.

    HW is way harder to keep at bay.
  • 1
    To quote Mr. robot, I just happen to control the exit node, so yeah, I am in control of all your traffic.
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    It's just like the bullshit of apple's "privacy mode".

    Sure, let us route all your traffic through our servers. Good news! Sites can 't track you! Yayyy!

    Better news! We get unfettered access to all your traffic to sell to advertisers! But you surely don't care about that, do you? Who cares if you do, you'll buy our next overpriced paperweight no matter. :)
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