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people_who_annoy_you [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Intelligence agencies have operatives working in positions of authority in most major technology companies in the US and abroad, and the ones that they don’t have operatives in, they are always working on doing so.

They do this to implant intentional obscure security holes into major consumer products that they can later use to gain access to practically anybody.

They do things like ANOM routinely, sure, that’s just an app, and I’m sure one or some of the other mainstream ones like Signal, Wire, Telegram, etc. may also be fed controlled, but the biggest holes are those in the devices and systems most people have and use daily, and most will continue to use, even when they know this.

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Brotherhoodlum 1 point ago +1 / -0

Honeypots are like the questions that eliminate the majority of suspects in "Guess Who?"

*Is it a man?

*Is he wearing glasses?

*Does he have a red sweater?