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So folks, it has come to this. I am not sure if it is fearmongering or a legit thing to be concerned with, but according to this new legislation the US Government will be able to to freely infiltrate any device in the world they feel like they need/want to look at. Personally i believe they, along with every other intelligence agency has been doing it the whole time, now its just legal on paper. Honestly, if i were the worlds largest intelligence agency who wanted to see whatever i wanted whenever i wanted from anyone at any time, i would just install malware/spyware on every machine on earth; firstly to make every machine unsecured (by me at least) and "leave the door open", then i would have it send user information to a government database that would include things such as full web history, encryption keys, full key logging, types of software used, ip addresses used by the computer and ip addresses the computer connected to. But hey, thats just a theory. Anyways, what do you think this new law implys for the future of worldwide surveilance, and do you think it could go down this slippery slope? TL;DR: If the US Government is so adamant about wanting to be muckraker cunts and hoard all the data on Earth, why beat around the fucking bush? I know exactly why, as long as people don't know about their lives being intruded upon, they will not be afraid of surveillance and will not fight back against the NSA simply because of the "at least its not me" argument, when in reality, it IS them, its everyone.