I had a weird thought last night;
Facebook, tumblr, myspace, any form social networking site is completely yours, correct? Almost 100% customizable and completely represents you as a person to the best of your ability?
If these are true, that means everything you represent is on the internet. All our government needs to do now, is pay an extremely large sum of money that they dont have to the big wigs of these websites. Now the governement knows every single aspect about you, your family. Anything you can imagine they now know.. Telephone numbers, addresses, everything.. This is a scary thought to me, and honestly not that far fetched of one. Considering our governments track record.. This is more then likely true. Honestly i think the internet was invented by The u.s military (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Internet) to bring all of their computers on a level playing field that have the ability to interact with one another.. k. So now we know that our government created this tool. My question is where is the basis of the internet, what is processing all of this information, it all must be being stored somewhere, correct? It is my hypothesis/conspiracy that the U.S government has been keeping tabs under our radar as we all became seemingly attached to this addicting idea of social networking, Everything we do, say, and put on the internet, the government now knows about it. Every relationship, every party, every thing that we have done and placed on this abomination is now known. In all honestly, i think the internet should be aboloished for social networking sites. It is an invasion of privacy and going against our own constitution. The government isnt stupid, but honestly people are. We become addicted to a social fad so quickly and extenively that we lose our basic idea of common sense. I deleted my facebook a few months ago, but i dont think i can delete my tumbr ;) hehe but seriously PLEASE Take this into consideration and draw your own conclusions, id love to hear some peoples opinions on this matter.