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  Still here, just been lazy
Posted by: v3_exceed - 12-04-2020, 12:42 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

Hi everyone and anyone.. Still here I have just been lazy and trying not to get sick.
Unlike other forums where they delete anything the liberals don't like, we don't here.
Free speech should be free speech... at least to the extent the law allows.

Anyways have fun, be happy and stay safe.


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  Paul Joseph Watson
Posted by: v3_exceed - 03-04-2020, 05:04 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

I'm posting this as many people have not heard of Paul Joseph Watson. You can view his youtube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/PrisonPlanetLive and it is hilarious. For some it will be offensive, but for many it is a breath of fresh air.

It's nice to see a person who looks at the world as it is, and says it like it is.

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  Google getting busted..
Posted by: v3_exceed - 09-10-2019, 10:46 AM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

By September 10, 2019 9:40 AM EDT
Another investigation into big tech’s business practices has been launched, this time from the states. 
50 attorneys general and 48 states announced a probe into Google on September 9 for practices that “may have led to anticompetitive behavior that harms consumers.” The leader of the bipartisan coalition, Texas AG Ken Paxton, said in his announcement, “We have seen evidence that Google’s business practices may have undermined consumer choice, stifled innovation, violated users’ privacy, and put Google in control of the flow and dissemination of online information.” 

At the same time, nine attorneys general are investigating Facebook. Led by New York AG Letitia James, the probe will look at “Facebook’s dominance in the industry and the potential anticompetitive conduct stemming from that dominance.” 
These investigations are completely separate from the FTC’s investigation into Facebook and the Department of Justice’s investigation into Google. 
Google has been accused of many things, from privacy leaks to election manipulation. Leaks from state that Google plans on preventing President Trump from being re-elected in 2020. 
In an interview with CNBC, Google CEO threatened that Google would willingly take its business elsewhere if regulated by the U.S. government. He said that other countries aspire to be like Silicon Valley, and “support their companies.” He also stated that “You can’t always take for granted that you will be successful.”  
Facebook has also faced accusations of many more privacy scandals, while censoring conservatives on a regular basis in the interest of “safety.” An audit of conservative complaints over Facebook took all of conservatives’ concerns of censorship and dismissed them as “beliefs.”

Can't wait to see a totalitarian group kicked in the nuts.

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  Amazon Admits It Keeps Alexa Voice Recordings Indefinitely
Posted by: v3_exceed - 07-03-2019, 10:11 AM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

Amazon last week confirmed that it keeps transcripts of interactions with Alexa, even after users have deleted the voice recordings.

Based on reports that Amazon retains text records of what users ask Alexa, Sen. Chris Coons in May sent a letter to CEO Jeff Bezos, demanding answers.

The Democrat from Delaware asked Amazon to provide answers on how long it stores transcripts, whether users can delete them, why it collects them and how they are used, and whether the company anonymizes customer identity.

“While I am encouraged that Amazon allows users to delete audio recordings linked to their accounts,” Coons, a member of the judiciary committee, wrote in his letter, “I am very concerned by reports that suggest that text transcriptions of these audio records are preserved indefinitely on Amazon’s servers, and users are not given the option to delete these text transcripts.”

In response, Amazon Vice President of Public Policy Brian Huseman revealed that the tech titan keeps transcripts and voice recordings indefinitely, removing them only when “the customer chooses to delete them.”

“When a customer deletes a voice recording, we delete the transcripts associated with the customer’s account of both … the customer’s request and Alexa’s response,” Huseman wrote in a June 28 memo. “We already delete those transcripts from all of Alexa’s primary storage systems, and we have an ongoing effort to ensure those transcripts do not remain in any of Alexa’s other storage systems.

“We do not store the audio of Alexa’s response,” he continued. “However, we may still retain other records of customers’ Alexa interactions, including records of actions Alexa took in response to the customer’s request.”

Transcripts are stored, according to Amazon, to help improve the digital assistant and “provide transparency” about what Alexa thought she heard and how she responded.

If she makes a mistake—like setting a timer for one minute instead of the four I asked for—the Voice History feature allows users to see and hear how Alexa may have misunderstood a word or phrase.

“Providing customers with the transcript also allows [them] to understand and inspect exactly what Alexa is, and is not, recording,” Huseman added.

Interacting with an Alexa skill, meanwhile, is a whole new ballgame, in which the skill developer may retain records of interactions.

As for other types of requests—recurring alarms, annual reminders, calendar events, texts—customers “would not want or expect deletion of the voice recording to delete the underlying data or prevent Alexa from performing the requested task,” the letter said.

These answers, however, do little to inspire confidence in the company for Coons.

“Amazon’s response leaves open the possibility that transcripts of user voice interactions with Alexa are not deleted from all of Amazon’s servers, even after a user has deleted a recording of his or her voice,” the lawmaker told CNET. “What’s more, the extent to which this data is shared with third parties, and how those third parties use and control that information, is still unclear.”

California lawmakers earlier this year introduced a bill that would limit how manufacturers of smart speakers and digital assistants collect recordings.

The Anti-Eavesdropping Act prohibits saving, storing, or sharing of audio recordings without explicit consent from the user.

Should the legislation pass, it would severely handicap services like Amazon’s Alexa, Siri from Apple, and Google Assistant (among a handful of others).

The Golden State is not the first to try to limit digital eavesdropping: Illinois previously attempted to pass a similar law, which Google and Amazon lobbied against.

Bloomberg recently shocked no one with the news that thousands of Amazon employees around the world listen in on Echo owners’ conversations (allegedly to improve the technology).

More troubling is the fact that workers can also access location information of Alexa users and look up their home or office address.


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Exclamation Adam and Eve
Posted by: v3_exceed - 01-09-2019, 12:23 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - Replies (1)

This is a really good read...


.pdf   adam and eve.pdf (Size: 2.19 MB / Downloads: 3)

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  Forum Spam
Posted by: v3_exceed - 08-29-2018, 11:24 AM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

Hi, Some cocksuckers are spamming in Cyrillic. So I have been blocking ips and purging the idiots.
So patience would be appreciated.

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  Some Fun
Posted by: v3_exceed - 07-17-2018, 12:46 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

Last year, my buddy and the families went to Revelstoke BC canada to go on the mountain coaster.

This video was taken by my buddy...
the whole thing was a lot of fun..but kind of short....

Please see attached.

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.mov   Video-2016-05-29-12-46-43 Revelstoke pipe.MOV (Size: 37.59 MB / Downloads: 1)
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  A free energy video
Posted by: v3_exceed - 07-17-2018, 12:35 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

And...withYouTube..censoring the video...

Which is why we actually upload the real media...

Please click on the attachment and view with vlc.

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.flv   mag.flv (Size: 9.56 MB / Downloads: 2)
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  The Pentagon
Posted by: v3_exceed - 07-17-2018, 12:33 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

And here we have the Pentagon. We all "know" that a plane..BIG plane hit the pentagon right? Well maybe it *cough...wasn't a plane. Maybe it was something else entirely. Lets have a look.

Below we have a cruise missile. Something about this size..or maybe a little bigger would be able to do the job. But There doesn't seem to be any footage....right?

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But...where were the cameras? Don't we all remember hearing how the FBI collected all of the imaging on that day? Never to be released. Here are a couple of images that might help show what was going on.

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  A note from an employer
Posted by: v3_exceed - 07-17-2018, 12:09 PM - Forum: Conspiracy Forums - No Replies

I am writing this to you on behalf of myself and all the other employers in Santa Barbara.

I just want to clarify some things.

First of all, when you are late to work, please desist from acting offended when I write you up, fire you, or otherwise punish you. The schedule we run is not posted as a "good suggestion" but an actual timetable (and legal document) that you are required to work.

I would normally have no problem with you not making it in on time, but our customers and clients always seem to arrive on time.

Also, I would like you to explain to me, why its impossible for you to show up on time for work, but you all sit around my office waiting twenty minutes early on pay day. Where are your "sick children" "family emergencies" "car problems" and "bad traffic on the 101" on pay day? I find this highly irregular seeing as I'm not as dumb as you think I am.

Second, please stop feeling that I owe you favors. Especially since you are always late. I pay you money. The favor ends there. Should I, out of the kindness of my heart, feel it necessary to give you some other compensation for your work, I will decide. Other than that, I gave you a job and let you keep it this long, and so my favors due to you are paid in full.

Third. As much as you would like to believe it, I am not honored by your presence. The mentality of "well I'm here aren't I?" has got to end. Honestly if you aren't going to do the work I pay you to do, you being here is more annoying than anything. However, when I suspend you or fire you, please refrain from acting surprised and hurt. Honestly, I could hire a state street hobo to stand around my place of work if I wanted to pay someone for doing nothing.

Fourth, after arriving to work tardy (or even on time) I find it silly that you complain about being hungry and need a break. Common sense seems to tells me that you should have taken care of this before work. This also applies to personal hygiene. You should have thought about that before arriving to work.

Fifth, stop with your delusion that someday you are going to be my boss when you are mad at me. Also, while I believe your college is important I highly doubt that you will be in a superior position to me one day. I am the boss, after all. Your antics will not make you promotable, and I already make more money than you and due to the economy being the way it is, I will probably continue to make more money than you. Should you get to the point you make more money than me, it will be in an industry I'm not involved in, and I won't care about you anymore. But here, I am still the boss. I hope one day you are the boss and have employees just like you, so you can see the wisdom of my way of doing things.

Sixth, leave your cellphone alone. If you are truly that popular, they will leave voicemail and wait in anticipation for their phone to ring. However I really doubt that you are that popular. This also applies to you that screw around on your computers at work reading craigslist or myspace. The internet will be at home waiting for you.

Seventh, Since I am a man, the ladies that I hire need to stop acting cute and flirty when you are in trouble. I don't really care, since sleeping with you would probably mean the end of my job. If I actually wanted to have sex with you, I would fire you and then sleep with you. But we both know that neither of us is going to do the dirty deed under any circumstance, so drop it. Also, men and women should know that acting overly friendly or accomodating only when you need something or you are in trouble doesn't work to well. I'm on to you. Honestly if I was that hard up for friends, I probably wouldn't be the boss.

Eighth. When you get in trouble, written up, or fired, don't threaten me. As an employer, I already came to peace with the fact that when I die at the hands of a violent murderer, my last words will probably be "Hey, didn't you used to work for me?" So your threats will only land you in deeper trouble.

Ninth. Don't get mad when I promote the hard working person that shows up to work on time, doesn't get in trouble, and does his or her job. If I wanted a head slacker, I would promote you. Seniority has nothing to do with it. So quit your sniveling. Also, when you don't get promoted, its probably not the best time slack even worse to punish me. That would seem to put you in my crosshairs, don't you think?

Tenth, just because somebody else doesn't always do their work, doesn't give you an excuse not to do yours. So quit throwing that in my face. I hired you to do your job. Not supervise everyone else. I will deal with the appropriately the offending employee. However, whatever your reasons for not doing your job, I will also deal with you appropriately.

Finally, I know that in this town, your parents were probably rich or hippies, so your work ethic wasn't bored into you at home. However, I think you should be smart enough to realize as you go from each dissatisfying job to the next and the expectations are always the same, that the only consistent feature in each of your dissatisfying jobs is you. It won't break my heart to send you off to the next dissatisfying job. Yes, its irritating to find and train someone else to do your job, but just because you are important doesn't mean you aren't replaceable.

My suggestion is to do everything the right way, at the right time, with the right attitude, and this will all be much easier to both you and me.

I know that there are some bosses out there that are easier, or not as ethical as I am, but you don't have the pleasure for working for them. So your screwed unless you decide to quit.
This is after all work, and not "happy la la screw around time"

I look forward to a happy and mutually beneficial work experience with you.


The boss

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