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Comment: Re:Sure (Score 1) 500

by ebunga (#46348967) Attached to: Supreme Court Ruling Relaxes Warrant Requirements For Home Searches

Bill Methmaker says, "FUCK YOU COPS. COME BACK WITH A WARRANT."

Wanda Punchingbag-Methmaker says, "HELL NO. IGNORE HIM. SEARCH IT FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. HE'S MAKING METH, CHEATING ON ME, AND HE PUNCHED ME."

Guess what, that's consent to search. However, I would really hope that the police would at the very least have the person sign an affidavit consenting to the search. Paperwork is important in a nation of laws.

Comment: A creepy anecdote (Score 4, Informative) 164

by ebunga (#44769551) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Can Creating New Online Accounts Reduce Privacy Risks?

For the longest time I had a fake facebook account, as did an acquaintance. Despite the fact that neither of those accounts were connected to our real lives, and the fake accounts did not follow each other, Facebook was able to suggest I may know my acquaintances brother...

Facebook is a stalker so dedicated to looking in your windows while masturbating in the bushes behind your house that it not only planted the bushes, but also built the house.

Comment: And that's why we have a Constitution (Score 1) 584

by ebunga (#43976737) Attached to: Majority of Americans Say NSA Phone Tracking Is OK To Fight Terrorism

The scared masses will do anything to feel safer, for the children, and their children's children. We restrict the ability of the rabid hordes with just laws, rules, and a system that was supposed to make passing laws at the national level a major pain. Unfortunately that system has failed and we are left with mandatory sexual molestation at airports. But hey, if it saves just one life, it's worth it.

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