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  1. saxxman's Avatar
    Got to have dinner with my political hero. Mr. Freedom and Dr. NO. Photo is with my lovely Z10.


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    Z10, 10 2.1055
    12-01-13 07:19 PM
  2. saxxman's Avatar
    Just speaking of privacy!

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    12-01-13 07:19 PM
  3. hdb3326's Avatar
    Bungalow Bill. I know what Democracy means. I believe the people you are so scared of are trying to preserve it for you and I and others. From those who seek to take it away.

    What do you suggest to do to combat terrorism and cyber crime?

    Posted via CB10
    12-02-13 03:01 PM
  4. trinipoco's Avatar
    Bungalow Bill. I know what Democracy means. I believe the people you are so scared of are trying to preserve it for you and I and others. From those who seek to take it away.

    What do you suggest to do to combat terrorism and cyber crime?

    Posted via CB10
    What is terrorism? If it's 911 and the Boston bombings there's a lot of unanswered questions (false flag).

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    12-02-13 03:59 PM
  5. hdb3326's Avatar
    Oh dear. Are you suggesting it was not the work of terrorists but the Government or its military or intelligence agencies. Hand in your BlackBerry and get an iPhone as you are clearly deluded.

    I can't be bothered to engage further with such idiotic deluded morons.

    If you can think of a better way to monitor those that seek to do you and your family harm, suggest it.

    Stop being so immature and paranoid .

    Good luck to you and yours.

    Posted via CB10
    12-02-13 04:34 PM
  6. FF22's Avatar
    CB is intended for discussion of news and help with BB devices and we might be better off if it remained that way.
    12-02-13 06:43 PM
  7. dusdal's Avatar
    So, if the perception continues that BlackBerry is not NSA hackable this should be significant for Enterprise and also good for 'some' of us consumers.

    Thanks OP!

    Van City Coffee ; WhitecapsFC ; PreMed Community ; Bristol Rovers Football Club
    12-02-13 07:16 PM
  8. Chango_BB's Avatar
    For those who say that they don't care because they don't have nothing to hide, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has written something interesting related to this. It can be found on the following address.

    https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/1...a-surveillance
    12-02-13 10:53 PM
  9. trinipoco's Avatar
    Oh dear. Are you suggesting it was not the work of terrorists but the Government or its military or intelligence agencies. Hand in your BlackBerry and get an iPhone as you are clearly deluded.

    I can't be bothered to engage further with such idiotic deluded morons.

    If you can think of a better way to monitor those that seek to do you and your family harm, suggest it.

    Stop being so immature and paranoid .

    Good luck to you and yours.

    Posted via CB10
    So BlackBerry's are to be used by those that agree with your point of view and iphone users are delusional? I'm not an ***** deluded moron, just questioning the "official version" which if investigated don't add up.

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    midnightdoom likes this.
    12-03-13 02:34 AM
  10. TOfinest's Avatar
    Yes, I am far more afraid of the Government than terrorists and criminals.

    Posted via CB10
    Government is not the government once we knew growing up. They are now controlled by corporations, bankers and very few elites at the top.

    Computers they use are far more technologically advanced than ever before which means they can, and they will collect any data and info about you and myself. Don't just give up your own personal rights only because you have 'nothing to hide'.

    Proud owner of Q10, Z10 and Z30
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    12-03-13 02:45 AM
  11. TOfinest's Avatar
    Tell them that, even if you don?t think you have something to hide, it?s possible the government thinks you do, or can create some concern about you (or your friends or loved ones). There are so many laws and regulations on the books, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner said the Congressional Research Service did not have the resources to count them all. �One legal expert has argued that the average person likely commits three felonies a day without ever realizing. So, you may be technically breaking a law you have no idea about.

    Proud owner of Q10, Z10 and Z30
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    12-03-13 02:48 AM
  12. jafrul's Avatar
    Lol. Simple.

    I don't want guys next to my table eavesdropping on me n my wife's conversations of where and what movie we were going to watch.

    Same as my phone.

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    12-03-13 03:02 AM
  13. guygardner73's Avatar
    If you have done nothing wrong you have nothing to hide. The Government Agencies of this World have far better things to do than actively snoop on you or I and the vast majority of law abiding society.

    I choose BlackBerry because it does what I need to do, email, calls, reminders, organise.

    I do not need millions of mindless, poorly conceived apps that have no real or practical purpose.

    BlackBerry for life if they can build on the Z10 my current device and Z30.

    If not, then who knows.

    Regards to all

    Ben

    Posted via CB10
    You should have something to hide, your privacy. I've heard this argument many times "if you have done nothing wrong then you've got nothing to hide". I'm not in the military, not a celebrity, I'm a private citizen. Nobody, NOBODY Has the right to snoop into your affairs in a free society. Maybe that's the way communists live (and we all know what kind of life they have) and maybe that's the way the socialists want to run things but I'm an English Conservative and my house is my castle!

    Posted via CB10
    12-03-13 04:33 AM
  14. guygardner73's Avatar
    You're clearly struggling to come up with any cogent arguments. Being afraid of one doesn't mean giving carte blanche to the other. You should take the time to look up the word 'democracy' and hopefully you'll see that it's more than electing a group of people to positions of power and then standing by while they grant themselves more. The last century was full of democratic regressions and every one of them used 'security' as the reason.
    True. My viewpoint is that if someone wants to know something about me, then they better be a gentleman and ask politely and take a polite refusal in return or be holding a warrant. Many socialist and communist governments rose to power citing security and public safety to commit terrible crimes. Privacy is what you are entitled to as a human right. If the NSA of a country other than my own and including my own wants to say otherwise, then then they can go **** themselves. Just a question, how many Americans who don't mind the NSA invading their privacy, saying things like "if you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide" would be up in arms if say British GCHQ made a deal with Google, Yahoo, Microsoft or whoever to spy on Americans?

    That's what I thought! But it is ok for the USA to do it to us is it? Guess what, my government does not have my retinal scan. The ******* NSA do!

    Posted via CB10
    12-03-13 04:47 AM
  15. midnightdoom's Avatar
    You should have something to hide, your privacy. I've heard this argument many times "if you have done nothing wrong then you've got nothing to hide". I'm not in the military, not a celebrity, I'm a private citizen. Nobody, NOBODY Has the right to snoop into your affairs in a free society. Maybe that's the way communists live (and we all know what kind of life they have) and maybe that's the way the socialists want to run things but I'm an English Conservative and my house is my castle!

    Posted via CB10
    I agree with you on not having our privacy invaded. I'm nobody special myself. Work and go home to play with my gadgets lol but political party aside whether communist liberal or whatever, in Canada the conservatives are our biggest threat, only party that we gain a chance of seeing policy changes for the better of Canada is to get rid of Harper and have NDP instead and hope they are not just puppets like harper and Obama and stop this corporate controlled north America.

    Posted via CB10
    12-04-13 02:03 PM
  16. hdb3326's Avatar
    Still astonished by the comments here. People who think that the terror attacks were not orchestrated by those who claimed responsibility albeit by means of recordings. Linked by check in, passenger lists, cctv, witness statements, biometric data, investigations by law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

    No, it was the CIA, NSA or parties unknown but Government sanctioned.

    Then the I have a right to Privacy bunch who want absolute, unconditional privacy and under no circumstances want anyone knowing anything. That would be fine if everyone in this world was law abiding. They are not. Criminals, paedophiles, terrorists stalk the Internet and use mobile phones.

    These are the people they are after, why would they waste their time targeting you of looking at your day to day activity. That is not the case.

    I imagine some of you are in the US at least believe in the right to carry semi automatic weapons with as much ammunition as you can carry. Because it's your right.

    Well how is that working out?

    I don't think it's going too well is it.

    Try and think about why some of these thing might be needed and a good idea.

    Any ideas on how best to target those who seek to do you and your families harm. Why not suggest a few instead of whinging.





    Posted via CB10
    12-06-13 03:46 PM
  17. trinipoco's Avatar
    Still astonished by the comments here. People who think that the terror attacks were not orchestrated by those who claimed responsibility albeit by means of recordings. Linked by check in, passenger lists, cctv, witness statements, biometric data, investigations by law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

    No, it was the CIA, NSA or parties unknown but Government sanctioned.

    Then the I have a right to Privacy bunch who want absolute, unconditional privacy and under no circumstances want anyone knowing anything. That would be fine if everyone in this world was law abiding. They are not. Criminals, paedophiles, terrorists stalk the Internet and use mobile phones.

    These are the people they are after, why would they waste their time targeting you of looking at your day to day activity. That is not the case.

    I imagine some of you are in the US at least believe in the right to carry semi automatic weapons with as much ammunition as you can carry. Because it's your right.

    Well how is that working out?

    I don't think it's going too well is it.

    Try and think about why some of these thing might be needed and a good idea.

    Any ideas on how best to target those who seek to do you and your families harm. Why not suggest a few instead of whinging.





    Posted via CB10
    I'm going to be very careful with my words as I don't want any more infractions for stating an opinion. Official explanations to certain terrorist attacks just don't hold water but it's a great reason to infringe on civil liberties and start wars.

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