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I, Spybot: NSA Docs Detail Spying In WoW, Second Life

By Nathan Grayson on December 10th, 2013.

Orcs? More like TERRORISTS

I’m not quite ready to declare privacy dead, but it’s¬†reeeeeeeeeallly¬†not doing so well in this day and age. Each racking cough brings up phlegmy handfuls of news about intrusive government and corporate programs – not to mention services that have normalized broadcasting every aspect of our lives on public channels without really considering the consequences. Admittedly, I don’t think it’s all bad (I use Twitter and Facebook all the time; I have no one but myself to blame for that), but many initiatives are absolutely overstepping our boundaries and rights. The NSA, especially, has hit a rather frightening point-of-no-return, and unsurprisingly, it’s taken to snooping around inside games on top of, you know, pretty much everything else.

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