During the last few days, people who just bought ‘Alexa’ computer machines that ‘talk’ to people, discovered when they asked about the CIA, the computer would turn off! Of course, Alexa is owned by Bezos who owns the Washington Post and who got $600 million from the same CIA to develop stuff…like Alexa. Remember: everything done with Alexa’s help, helps the CIA. What a fine spy device and the people who buy it cooperate with being spied on! HAHAHA. Great.
The machine has been altered to talk about the CIA only to inform people, the CIA ‘exists’. It won’t tell you about where the data is going. I am baffled as to why anyone would invite this OBVIOUS BUG into their private homes especially now that we know that computers, etc. are used to spy on people even when turned off, ahem.
I remember when Apple said, ‘Do no evil.’ Or any of these people. My firsthand experiences with IBM and Texas Instruments goes back to my childhood and the CIA machines back in the 1950s and I worked for a subsidiary of TI many years ago doing prototype computer boards for various tasks that were used as templates.
People are so very trusting, aren’t they? They really think, ‘No one wants to know what I am doing’ except for the CIA, IRS, major media giants, massive corporations, assorted overseas spies like in China, and so forth, that is, nearly every creep on earth including deranged children seeking to annoy adults, etc. Too many people to count in this now-interconnected world.
I remember when we had to go to universities and computer design businesses to tap into the very early internet. You had to know how to use the data systems, too. Screens were tiny, black with green letters, for example. Anyone here remember computer cards? One common story was someone leaving a building with these unsecured by two rubber bands only to have the wind mess them all up and it was hard to reorganize them in the correct order. Ah, the good old days!