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Boo.. Makes me even more glad that i keep a post-it over my camera at all times!

Plus, shouldn't they need a warrant to spy on you, a la the fourth amendment?? Though i'm not sure many law enforcement agencies care about what constitutes "probable cause" anymore, anyway....

Scary. Insane. Ridiculous. Invasive. Wrong. The Washington Post reports that the FBI has had the ability to secretly activate a computer's camera "without triggering the light that lets users know it is recording" for years now. What in the hell is going on? What kind of world do we live in?
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You may be missing the point.  The FBI probably doesn't care
about you (I assume), but if they can turn your camera on, so
can other people who may be doing it for even more malicious
reasons.

Rather than a post-it note, you need to cover your camera with
a small diorama, with sock-puppets.
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found a real estate listing for a pretty house, but it's not quite pretty enough - "Large patio with lots of privacy for your cook out and internment."

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i don't leave the house enough as it is...
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So you have the option of pyre or grave?
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http://www.cio.com/article/685930/10_Google_Tips_for_Beginners?page=1#slideshow

i must a beginner, since i found some good tips! ;)
You just got your hands on a Google+ invite -- but what next? Check out these 10 tips to get you started on Google's new social network.
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Thanks, I'd been trying to figure out how to not show my circles!
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What makes some people more successful in work and life than others? IQ and work ethic are important, but they don't tell the whole story.
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