BlackbirdBuilt for SpeedPremiumReviews:
Fort Wayne, IN
reply to StuartMW
Re: Can an ISP Employee Spy on Me at Will?
said by StuartMW:In certain Mideastern and Asian countries, the use of VPN's and anonymizing proxies is often what persons resort to if they've observed something going on akin to your first two steps (or other steps like them)... and it's that popping-up of anonymous communications IPs that finally ices them. It's happened just that way to more than one of them, which is why advice about how to make use of anonymizers or VPNs needs to be given with a caveat. said by Blackbird:
And if the person's already on other "lists", it may qualify them for a 4am visit from the door-kickers.
Well they'll visit you in a windowless grey van first and sit outside with monitoring equipment for awhile. The next step is to put you under active surveillance. The third step is to kick down the door at 4am.
Of course you might not notice steps one and two
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StuartMWWho Is John Galt?PremiumReviews:
said by Blackbird:True enough. And in many of those same countries saying the wrong thing to the wrong person/people will result in similar treatment, The US is not to that point--yet.
In certain Mideastern and Asian countries...
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Dude111An Awesome DudePremium
Im afraid it is Stu!!!
Say the wrong thing OUT OF SPITE to the wrong person and see what "freedom of speech" really has come to here!