Yea, we want to hear you say it!

Baby, I want to hear you say it.

Consider this a joke, but a very serious one. Some will find it funny and laugh. Others will still find it funny, but only in a very bad way.

In light of the revelations about PRISM and Project Chess, the underlying message should be very clear.

Spying on Citizens

Spying on Citizens

Say it

Spying on Citizens

Say it

Spying on Citizens

Say it

These images all came from an article in Whowhatwhy.com titled We want to hear you say it. If it makes you feel any better, you can mentally swap that last image with this one. It is that of the headquarters of a well-known agency.
Headquarters of a spy agency

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3 Comments

  1. You might want to stop helping them listening in then:

    http://www.h-online.com/features/Two-clicks-for-more-privacy-1783256.html

    🙂

    Cheers,

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