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I thought you of all people would be against the use of data on social media given to the thought police, but maybe not?
Wait where did this happen? FBI controls no-fly lists I believe. And these people posted their streams and posts open to the world. With news cameras watching. And security cameras. And police body cameras. It's no stretch to see where their identities came from. Not to mention tons of them would have been watched before they even touched down anyway.


All in all, there are good reasons to be mistrustful of police, social media giants, and commercial news organisations. But adding a layer of fantasy over the top is, IMO, unhelpful.
 

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I can't speak for anyone else, but I am anti-terrorist.
I don't think anyone who has engaged in terrorist activity should be allowed on a commercial aircraft. What ever happened to Trumpites preaching about law and order?
And that's the point, they weren't involved in any terrorist activity. They were banned for being Trump supporter's who had flown to Washington for the MAGA rally. No one arrested in connection with the Capitol invasion used Parlour. So that guy get put on a no fly list because his stolen data was given to the airlines, or the thought police were punishing him for being on a march.
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So did Facebook get taken off apple and google stores? "Facebook has been repeatedly proven to be a venue for provoking mass violence and promoting extremism. But it contributes huge amounts of money to the Dem Party, and has massive power over journalists. So they decided to destroy Parler when FB's role was far bigger." Glen Greenwald

Matt Gaitz. "For months cities burned, police stations burned, businesses were shattered and nothing was done with protestors. And this was supported with speeches and fundraising by Democrats that incited the protestors who like actual flames and actual fires."
 

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Wait where did this happen? FBI controls no-fly lists I believe. And these people posted their streams and posts open to the world. With news cameras watching. And security cameras. And police body cameras. It's no stretch to see where their identities came from. Not to mention tons of them would have been watched before they even touched down anyway.


All in all, there are good reasons to be mistrustful of police, social media giants, and commercial news organisations. But adding a layer of fantasy over the top is, IMO, unhelpful.
I'm talking about how their personal data like real names, emails and whatever else they gave to Parlour when signing up, was accessed by someone who had got into a Mod account.

Those Mods have quite a bit of power don't they?
 

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I'm talking about how their personal data like real names, emails and whatever else they gave to Parlour when signing up, was accessed by someone who had got into a Mod account.

Those Mods have quite a bit of power don't they?
If you have a server in AWS, there is little to no impediment to the FBI getting a hold of it.

Which is why you encrypt sh*t.
 

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Err I've not written anything on what Trump said. As my last post states, he could have not even turned up on the day and still bear his share of blame.
Sorry it was Darren Morgan who posted that. I agree that asking millions of people to come to the Capital was asking for trouble. Especially as Trump should have known and tweeted something a day or so warning Antifia not to come. I think a lot thought he had information that related to the election he was going to share with them.
 

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If you have a server in AWS, there is little to no impediment to the FBI getting a hold of it.

Which is why you encrypt sh*t.
Why would they need to because no active Parlour users were arrested? It may have been handed to the FBI by Trump haters, but it wasn't got legally.

Those pesky data breech's get you every time!
 

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The Capitol, more than most buildings, has a vast cellular and wireless data infrastructure of its own to make communications efficient in a building made largely of stone and that extends deep underground and has pockets of shielded areas. Such infrastructure, such as individual cell towers, can turn any connected phone into its own tracking device.

Phone records make determining the owners of these devices trivially easy.
 

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And that's the point, they weren't involved in any terrorist activity. They were banned for being Trump supporter's who had flown to Washington for the MAGA rally. No one arrested in connection with the Capitol invasion used Parlour. So that guy get put on a no fly list because his stolen data was given to the airlines, or the thought police were punishing him for being on a march.
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So did Facebook get taken off apple and google stores? "Facebook has been repeatedly proven to be a venue for provoking mass violence and promoting extremism. But it contributes huge amounts of money to the Dem Party, and has massive power over journalists. So they decided to destroy Parler when FB's role was far bigger." Glen Greenwald

Matt Gaitz. "For months cities burned, police stations burned, businesses were shattered and nothing was done with protestors. And this was supported with speeches and fundraising by Democrats that incited the protestors who like actual flames and actual fires."
Yes it was a terrorist activity, and yes they did plan on Parler:


Ali Alexander, the founder of the movement, encouraged people to bring tents and sleeping bags and avoid wearing masks for the event. “If D.C. escalates… so do we,” Alexander wrote on Parler last week — one of scores of social media posts welcoming violence that were reviewed by ProPublica in the weeks leading up to Wednesday’s attack on the capitol.

“The ProudBoys will turn out in record numbers on Jan 6th but this time with a twist…,” Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, the group’s president, wrote in a late-December post on Parler, a social media platform that has become popular with right-wing activists and conservatives. “We will not be wearing our traditional Black and Yellow. We will be incognito and we will spread across downtown DC in smaller teams. And who knows….we might dress in all BLACK for
the occasion.”
Zip tie handcuffs, guns, molotov cocktails and the storming of the senate. Only the most blinkered of ideologue is ok with this.
 

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And that's the point, they weren't involved in any terrorist activity. They were banned for being Trump supporter's who had flown to Washington for the MAGA rally. No one arrested in connection with the Capitol invasion used Parlour. So that guy get put on a no fly list because his stolen data was given to the airlines, or the thought police were punishing him for being on a march.
Umm you sure about that?

Much like the gnashing of teeth over Trump's twitter ban, this victimhood complex is staggering. No, Trump and others didn't get banned coz they're conservative - they got banned coz they were being dangerous w@nkers online. The truth of this is self evident - Matt Gaetz and GymJordan still have twitter accounts, do they? They do? Goodness, how can that be? If twitter are merely silencing conservative voices, they're as conservative as they come.

Its almost like Trump and co. got banned for other reasons entirely :think:
 
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Even just metadata has been shown to make it easy to find people. You match up phones with peoples locations from video and social posts and pretty quickly you can follow them around and see their movement history.
IMEI numbers on phones are unique and very easy for law enforcement officials to track.
 

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And that's the point, they weren't involved in any terrorist activity. They were banned for being Trump supporter's who had flown to Washington for the MAGA rally. No one arrested in connection with the Capitol invasion used Parlour. So that guy get put on a no fly list because his stolen data was given to the airlines, or the thought police were punishing him for being on a march.
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So did Facebook get taken off apple and google stores? "Facebook has been repeatedly proven to be a venue for provoking mass violence and promoting extremism. But it contributes huge amounts of money to the Dem Party, and has massive power over journalists. So they decided to destroy Parler when FB's role was far bigger." Glen Greenwald

Matt Gaitz. "For months cities burned, police stations burned, businesses were shattered and nothing was done with protestors. And this was supported with speeches and fundraising by Democrats that incited the protestors who like actual flames and actual fires."
The no fly lists were bought in by the airlines, and mostly relates to passenger behaviour on the way to DC in the days prior to insurrection.

Many of the videos relate to non compliance with wearing masks.
 

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The no fly lists were bought in by the airlines, and mostly relates to passenger behaviour on the way to DC in the days prior to insurrection.

Many of the videos relate to non compliance with wearing masks.
Really and you have evidence of that? There was one video of a twat yelling on the plane without a mask, which then said the situation was resolved. Nothing about her going on a no fly ban.

Another of the videos, the person stated they only aid they voted for Trump in 2020.

There was nothing about the people people on the no fly list being arrested and specifically active Parlour users said not to be arrested but were banned! Just a co-incidence a major data breech occurred with users being put on a no fly ban if they were in DC.
 

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Even just metadata has been shown to make it easy to find people. You match up phones with peoples locations from video and social posts and pretty quickly you can follow them around and see their movement history.
Even easier when you give your phone number as part of the registration to a social media platform.
 

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Really and you have evidence of that? There was one video of a twat yelling on the plane without a mask, which then said the situation was resolved. Nothing about her going on a no fly ban.

Another of the videos, the person stated they only aid they voted for Trump in 2020.

There was nothing about the people people on the no fly list being arrested and specifically active Parlour users said not to be arrested but were banned! Just a co-incidence a major data breech occurred with users being put on a no fly ban if they were in DC.
Just saying, all those same people flew to DC in days prior, and there's plenty of videos showing how they behaved on the way there.

Many flight crew complained, which has been reported. The FBI no fly lists will come later on.
 

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Umm you sure about that?

Much like the gnashing of teeth over Trump's twitter ban, this victimhood complex is staggering. No, Trump and others didn't get banned coz they're conservative - they got banned coz they were being dangerous w@nkers online. The truth of this is self evident - Matt Gaetz and GymJordan still have twitter accounts, do they? They do? Goodness, how can that be? If twitter are merely silencing conservative voices, they're as conservative as they come.

Its almost like Trump and co. got banned for other reasons entirely :think:
Double standards, when others from the Iran Ayatollah to Nancy Pants and Maxine Walters, can incite violence and riots, but Trump doesn't.

Jack admits Twitter deliberately targeting Trump, with other conservative a/cs to follow in the next few weeks.

 

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Double standards, when others from the Iran Ayatollah to Nancy Pants and Maxine Walters, can incite violence and riots, but Trump doesn't.

Jack admits Twitter deliberately targeting Trump, with other conservative a/cs to follow in the next few weeks.

Not really seeing the issue? If other political accounts are posting dangerous incitement/lies and bullshit they should be gone too, now or "in the next few weeks". Fact remains its not conservative views that are being silenced, but extreme or dangerous ones.

That other accounts also deserve to be gone and aren't is not evidence of victimhood, particularly the Ayatollah's. Twitter are an American company, of course they're going to focus on stuff going on in their own back yard. You'll need to link me to the posts from Nance and Maxine which you see as problematic, but reckon I can pretty much guarantee right now they won't be a) as direct, or b) as prolonged as Trump's efforts.
 

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Not really seeing the issue? If other political accounts are posting dangerous incitement/lies and bullshit they should be gone too, now or "in the next few weeks". Fact remains its not conservative views that are being silenced, but extreme or dangerous ones.
Of course more people are going to pay attention when Donald Trump is banned from social media but this cleaning up of dangerous conspiracy theories, extreme views and bannings has been going on for months. It isn't exclusive to political views or related to coronavirus it's across the true crime space as well.

The fact checkers have been real busy.
 

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Get yourself plenty of booze because you ain’t going to enjoy the next two weeks. The months that follow will be torturous for 90% of SRP posters. 😃
I’ll get myself plenty of booze, but that’s just normal.

If all the BS comes true that you’ve been saying, then good for you. If not, please spend some time building your critical analysis and research skills.
 

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