Posted by Bruno On Saturday, February 18, 2012 0 comments
There's no privacy online. And it isn't missedWell as expected another Journalist fails and falls again into believing and buying into the nonsense that the "Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act." Otherwise known as C-30 Bill would somehow protect our children however that isn't the case.
And yes my fellow Canadians that is what Robert Fulford of The National Post has wrote in his article Privacy isn't and wont missed? really Robert? sounds like Robert Fulford doesn't hang on a lot on the internet otherwise he wouldn't be making BS statements like these which i have quoted below and will underline how clueless Robert Fulford of The National Post is.
I will also include my analysis on Robert Fulford talking points which are quite wrong under the quotes.
Privacy is an ancient and once cherished right that has been transformed from a fact of life to a dying memory. And, as Facebook demonstrates several million times a day, a large part of humanity likes it the new way. Clearly, many users of social media think that the more everybody's privacy is violated, the better. Call them extroverts, call them narcissists, and if you like call them flashers. Nevertheless, they have inherited the Earth, or at least a good part of the Internet.
Around the year 2000 hackers (they could have been Chinese) acquired seven passwords stolen from Nortel executives, including the chief executive. For eight or nine years the hackers ran through the digital synapses of the company, raping and looting, carrying off every R&D report and business plan that took their fancy. Pieces of Nortel having since been sold off, companies that bought them are afraid that they have accidentally acquired undetectable spyware imbedded in some of Nortel's products. The word for that is "rootkit," meaning stealthy malware designed to hide its existence, forever if possible.
So far as I know, not a single authority on computers expressed surprise when the news about WikiLeaks broke. Everyone in the business knew that what WikiLeaks did could be done - and in fact many private firms and nations were doing it already. Today the tricks of rich corporations, rich governments and feckless amateurs are increasingly available on lower levels of hackery.
But it was the response to the bill that struck a curious note of naïvety. People criticizing Toews suggested that he was undermining the sacred principle of privacy. Charlie Angus of the NDP rose to the occasion with high-test hyperbole: "Now, every single Canadian citizen is walking around with an electronic prisoner's bracelet."
It's a terrifying image, but entirely unrelated to reality.
Could it be that people like Angus don't read the news? Do they not know that the term "online privacy" is now pure anachronism? Experience tells us that just about any level of secrecy on the Web can be cracked. Surely that was proven when the WikiLeaks hackers demonstrated that even the U.S. government can't shield secret State Department memos sent by its ambassadors.
My Analysis & POV
It sounds like Robert Fulford of The National Post doesn't much clearly understand who & what are WikiLeaks nor doesn't he know that WikiLeaks under the American constitution they are indeed protected.
And its a bit surprising Robert Fulford in a excuse to back up C-30 he compared Nortel Company hacking incident to millions of other Canadian internet users.
First off Robert Fulford what happened to Nortel is and was irrelevant because that hacking incident was the results of unfair business practices, and it was the result of Corporate espionage.
China is one of those countries where the boundary between government and industry is thin, Skillicorn said.
"They tend to be major players."
I guess Robert Fulford of The National Post has left out that part for his readers.
Robert Fulford Wrong Points & Statements
- Robert Fulford has no right to compare Nortel hacking incident to millions of Canadian internet users to a Corporate company that has at least 700-1000 or more employers.
- Robert Fulford calling online privacy pure anachronism and suggests to Canadian readers that any level of secrecy on the Web can be cracked.
Could it be that people like Angus don't read the news? Do they not know that the term "online privacy" is now pure anachronism? Experience tells us that just about any level of secrecy on the Web can be cracked.I am quite sure Robert Fulford that Angus does indeed read the news??????? but it looks like you Robert Fulford clearly don't understand How to Use Online Privacy surely since Robert Fulford has sided with Vic Toews and Harper and Its Bill C-30.
I am quite sure he may and will be attacked by either twitter users or other internet users who are much aware and understand what is Online Privacy.
Robert Fulfordit doesn't seem to spent much time on the internet because when he does he only writes news article columns for the The National Post which would make more sense for his support on the C-30 Bill.
Sorry if i am going to use this word but seriously Robert Fulford has pissed me off with this.
Disgusted Statements.Privacy is an ancient and once cherished right that has been transformed from a fact of life to a dying memory. And, as Facebook demonstrates several million times a day, a large part of humanity likes it the new way. Clearly, many users of social media think that the more everybody's privacy is violated, the better. Call them extroverts, call them narcissists, and if you like call them flashers. Nevertheless, they have inherited the Earth, or at least a good part of the Internet.
- Privacy is an ancient and once cherished right.
- has been transformed from a fact of life to a dying memory.
There you have it my fellow Canadians this why we must stop and protest Bill C-30 people and fake paid Harper, NeoCon journalists like Mr Robert Fulford of The National Post have no clue what are the true dangerous behind C-30 i am sure if Mr Robert Fulford had spent more time on the internet.
- Clearly, many users of social media think that the more everybody's privacy is violated, the better.
He wouldn't be writing such Bullshit statements about our Right and our Privacy nor calling Privacy a Dying Memory?
Is that the best argument or defense of the bill you Harper conservatives got because if it is its a very weak argument.
And its clear that Robert Fulford of The National Post doesn't hang around Social media nor his computer that is if h has one which i doubt that very much.
I am quite sure Robert Fulford of The National Post that he will be supporting ACTA,SOPA, PIPA if he was given the chance the article on them.
And no not every level on the web can cracked if that statement made by Robert Fulford is true how come to this day in 2011-2012 no one has been able to hack the pentagon and steal its secret files?
or how come no onehas yet hacked any major worldwide leading banks and stole millions of dollars from rich people? within a blink of an eye.
Because no one can do that if that indeed right now companies,rich people would be all in trouble and i don't mean the actress, singers drug trouble.
But financial trouble, financial speaking so just be thankfully that hasn't happened yet otherwise the governments worldwide would lunch an investigation into.
However in all honesty for Robert Fulford of The National Post to claim that there's no privacy online. And it isn't missed its only going to upset a lot of internet users.
The only people who make this statement There's no privacy online. And it isn't missed are usual the ones who don't spent that much time on the computers or on the internet.
I hope a alot of Canadians will be protesting this Censorship,police state act because i believe its time for US Canadians to stand up against Censorship.
America Had its fair share with SOPA,PIPA and these two acts were stopped
Europe is now having huge protests in different European countries, and they are against ACTA.
So now i believe its time for us to stand up and be part of history and if we protest C-30 how will our grandchildren in the future look up to us? will our grandchildren live in a North American Dictatorship If so is that the future that awaits our Grandchildren.
A future that was made by governments telling them how to live?
don't get me wrong i am very much against child porn, however the way they are doing it is a mess much like the war on drugs which that turned out to be a failure.
But the this government is trying to pull off isn't the correct way i guess this conservative government just wants to arrest innocent people.
For the new empty jails that were just recently been build and were on the news By CBC.
Maybe that's why they are trying so hard to pass this C-30 bill that it would be alot easier to arrest innocent people rather then the real crocks.
The way they are trying doing to with it reminds me of that movie V for Vendetta and where in one scene you see government vans spying on people's lives and even wiretapping there phone lines.
That's what it reminds me off & that's what i believe they may try to do with the C-30 Bill destroy our privacy and then if anyone is against the government or its polices arrest them put them in jail.
That is the reason why C-30 must be stopped because innocent people can be arrested and they could be.