CIA director: Web-connected devices in your home make it easy to spy on you?

Question by Wake the Sheeple: CIA director: Web-connected devices in your home make it easy to spy on you?
http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/03/petraeus-tv-remote/

New technologies are making the work of CIA Director David Petraeus a whole lot easier. According to him, the advent of wireless and web-connected devices has caused citizens to bug their own home, effectively allowing the spy agency to collect a wealth of information with great ease. If that wasn’t enough, people now readily share the most (in)significant details of their lives through Facebook, which now displays all of this information in a very convenient time-line.

Another concept that is brushed upon in this article is cloud computing. Touted as the next big thing in computer technology, cloud computing is about storing all of your data in “remote secure servers” – ultimately eliminating the need for computer hard drives and storage devices such as USB sticks. While this technology sounds very convenient, it is set to cause a drastic change in the world of computing: In just a few years, almost all of the personal files, pictures and data of computer users across the world will be stored in gigantic servers that will be owned by only a few mega-companies. Apple already has a system called iCloud that automatically copies the contents of iPhones and iPads (including pics, contacts, etc.) to a remote server. As Pertraeus himself says, all of this information is now “located, identified, monitored, and remotely controlled” by the CIA – and whoever else. Here’s an article about Petraeus love of new technologies from Wired.
Did it ever occur to you that there are sstill people that don’t know about this? If it’s such old news then don’t reply and phuck off
Did it ever occur to you that there are sstill people that don’t know about this? If it’s such old news then don’t reply and phuck off

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Answer by Twinkle
I like cameras.

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