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L@@K.. It's Peek-A-Boo Tv. - Watching You!

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#1 by proadco » Sun Oct 25, 2015 05:54

Your Smart TV is eavesdropping on your private conversations!

The camera in your TV is watching you



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#2 by adinkle » Sun Oct 25, 2015 06:17

There is nothing in my bedroom of interest of anyone --so have at it lurkers. It is Sunday and time for David Jeremiah on TV. My Bible lesson since I don't drive and cannot get to church. Maybe someone would be interested.
Then back to ClixSense for some more earnings. :thumbup:
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#3 by valerie » Sun Oct 25, 2015 08:10

Well whoever said that is very ignorant.

There is not a camera in my tv or any tv that I know of.

If anything would be close to eavesdropping it would be the new routers....and computers of course.

Some people are afraid of googles new router because it talks to them. :lol:

I don't think we've totally reached the 'I Spy' realm yet but I do think it is coming some day.
The excuse will be for crime prevention/security.
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#4 by oberder » Mon Oct 26, 2015 08:42

With the amount of commercials I get to see on local TV ( as much as some cable shows too ), that's reason enough for me to keep it turned off and unplugged all the time -- those new "high-tech, ultra-thin, energy-efficient ( *insert selling script here* ) TV" aren't worth the time anyways

And that's why there's more love to my radio :mrgreen:
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#5 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 09:02

Valerie,

Do you have a Samsung
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#6 by adinkle » Wed Nov 04, 2015 09:15

I never thought about it but there is a benefit to being hearing impaired--I cannot understand stuff on the TV so I seldom watch it. If there is a camera there it is almost useless anyway. Big Brother can find you if he wants you also. :lol: :lol:
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#7 by valerie » Wed Nov 04, 2015 10:03

ProAdCo wrote: Valerie,

Do you have a Samsung

Yes.

I have 6 tv's.

Living Room - 55" Samsung
Den - 48" Samsung Smart TV (it's dumber than a rock)
Kitchen - 23" Toshiba
Master Bedroom - 48" Samsung
Guest Bedroom - 23" Toshiba

Guest House - 48" Samsung

Also, I have one of those handheld tv's that drives you insane unless you are already insane.
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#8 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 13:26

That's great Val.

If you ever have those days where you feel like venting out loud, your Tv's will take ever word in. :lol:
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#9 by valerie » Wed Nov 04, 2015 13:48

ProAdCo wrote: That's great Val.

If you ever have those days where you feel like venting out loud, your Tv's will take ever word in. :lol:

Im sure my televisions would be very interested in what I have to say.

Heck, I'm not even interested in what I have to say, why would my tv's? :mrgreen:
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#10 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 16:43

valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote: That's great Val.

If you ever have those days where you feel like venting out loud, your Tv's will take ever word in. :lol:

Im sure my televisions would be very interested in what I have to say.

Heck, I'm not even interested in what I have to say, why would my tv's? :mrgreen:

Why would your Tv's?

Well, it's not that your Tv's would want to know what you have to say, but it's those little people
inside the Tv that wants to ease drop to learn everything about you.

Why they call them Tv's, Smart Tv's.

When you OPT in for Anything called Smart, you give up your consent of Privacy!
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#11 by valerie » Wed Nov 04, 2015 17:02

So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?
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#12 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 17:31

valerie wrote: So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?


What to do is totally up to you.

I simple make it a point to stay in the know, you know.!
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#13 by valerie » Wed Nov 04, 2015 20:35

ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote: So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?


What to do is totally up to you.

I simple make it a point to stay in the know, you know.!

What good does it do to stay in the know, you know?
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#14 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 21:02

valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote: So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?


What to do is totally up to you.

I simple make it a point to stay in the know, you know.!

What good does it do to stay in the know, you know?

If one don't stay in the know, then one becomes a lower information voter and when one keeps hearing misinformation over and over again, then it has to be true because they heard it on Tv and from others
who knows less than them. You know.
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#15 by BouldRake » Wed Nov 04, 2015 21:36

Dude, this story is three and a half years old. Talk about low information voters.
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#16 by valerie » Wed Nov 04, 2015 21:45

ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote: So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?


What to do is totally up to you.

I simple make it a point to stay in the know, you know.!

What good does it do to stay in the know, you know?

If one don't stay in the know, then one becomes a lower information voter and when one keeps hearing misinformation over and over again, then it has to be true because they heard it on Tv and from others
who knows less than them. You know.

I don't know, you know, if I should stay in the know, knowing what I know.
I mean really, I know a lot you know but then again, I know nothing.

Who knows, you know?

What do I know?

Go forth proadco, go forth, to yonder low information voters and relay the know so that all should know,
you know!

After all, what does a man haveth if not the know, I don't know, but he aint got the know.
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#17 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 22:46

BouldRake wrote: Dude, this story is three and a half years old. Talk about low information voters.

Hey Dude. I owe you one, but when I find the time, you'll get one. Until then, have a hot dog and keep an eye.

As for the lower information voters, they voted for a lie and just to make sure, they went all in for a second lie.

Just so you know. Not everyone is in the know, you know.
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#18 by proadco » Wed Nov 04, 2015 22:49

valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote:
ProAdCo wrote:
valerie wrote: So what do I do, pray tell?

Move to an unknown grassy knoll in the Pacific.....eat coconuts and snails.....make fish spears, sand castles, and look for old Japanese relics, for entertainment?


What to do is totally up to you.

I simple make it a point to stay in the know, you know.!

What good does it do to stay in the know, you know?

If one don't stay in the know, then one becomes a lower information voter and when one keeps hearing misinformation over and over again, then it has to be true because they heard it on Tv and from others
who knows less than them. You know.

I don't know, you know, if I should stay in the know, knowing what I know.
I mean really, I know a lot you know but then again, I know nothing.

Who knows, you know?

What do I know?

Go forth proadco, go forth, to yonder low information voters and relay the know so that all should know,
you know!

After all, what does a man haveth if not the know, I don't know, but he aint got the know.

You know. If you're going to play the blues. Get in the rhythm and rhyme so it spins like a dime.
But I don't know if you know, but if you know then why wouldn't know now. You know.

Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.
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#19 by valerie » Thu Nov 05, 2015 05:54

I had something that I considered nothing.

I sold the something that was nothing and got something...some cash.

Nothing from nothing leaves something.....some times.
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#20 by proadco » Fri Nov 06, 2015 16:54

People will always buy something even if it means nothing.

Why, one guy made a fortune selling pet rocks.
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