7 thoughts on “ TIDBIT: ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE, AND CHINA’S NEW ...”

  1. Governments keep demanding access and reform from legislating protections. Its a powerful feedback loop: the business model[read private] supports the government effort[public?], and the government effort justifies the business model.
    The question then is: What happened to the…

    Public’s interest.

    Has it been amortized?
    Securitized?
    Finacialized?
    Sanitized & domesticized?

    1. By the way, this meme about taking-out your cellphone battery & all is well? Don’t believe it.
      They can remotely turn on your phone
      [a “blind” call that doesn’t ring, & isn’t detectable by the network, the carrier, or target]
      ..then turn on your mic.

      What else is new?

  2. Monopolies/oligopolies are dead set against competition.
    The Pentagon wants no challengers in the 5th domain[cyber-space]; nor any others , that counters their mandate:
    Full Spectrum Dominance.

    The U.S. the is Aghast at such Audacity:
    Free Markets?/Independent Nations?
    Dream On…

  3. Well if the USA intelligence agencies want to put spyware in their countries computer companies machines. They’re saying China can’t do the same isn’t there a name for this “O” yes it’s called hypocrisy.

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