TOR users become FBI's No.1 hacking target after legal power grab

A Department of Justice proposal to amend Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure would make it easier for domestic law enforcement to hack into the computers of people attempting to protect their anonymity on the internet.

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Soldierone2313d ago

Just keep being random and post a lot of dick picks all over the place :P I know many people that randomly send dick picks to people just in case the government ever decides to spy on them haha

KingPin2313d ago

what is it with the government not wanting anyone to have privacy on the internet?
exactly what is it to them what i do on the internet?
why the need to trace and spy?

US Gov: we can hack you and spy coz its a matter of national security. you cant hack and spy on us because its a matter of national security.

annoyedgamer2312d ago

So when they assume full control they can find the "dangerous extremists" aka you and I.

slate912312d ago

The end times my friend it will only get worse, unfortunately.

cyclindk2312d ago

What are you hiding? You can't handle the truth!

annoyedgamer2312d ago

"If you aren't doing anything wrong you have nothing to hide!"


The_Blue2312d ago (Edited 2312d ago )

Give them some benefit. There are people who use Tor for more sinister means, such as looking for a hitman, trafficking people and plotting terrorist activities.

dcbronco2312d ago

Unfortunately the US government is a destructive child. Anything you give it gets misused. No matter what they tell you it's for, they will go much further. They were supposed to only spy on American citizens with proper cause. Instead they spied on all of us and found next to nothing. They said they need metadata to help pinpoint the terrorists. They also say they know where the training camps are. Why not stick to the people who go to those camps.

The_Blue2312d ago

Don't get use to that from me. I wanted to at least have one patriotic comment online. lol

cyclindk2312d ago (Edited 2312d ago )

True, but US is responsible for more deaths than any terrorist could ever hope to be...

So we should strive to reform our (we US citizens) overmilitarized strategies of dealing with the problems of the world.

Bullets kill people, but never their ideals, if you have nothing to combat those, you migt as well be firing blanks. And spying on our own, to thwart what, something like the plane hijackings? Those things shouldn't even be possible in this day and age with the technology avaiable! Flip a switch and any aircraft should come into immediate autonomous control.

USA foreva