There is one nifty, little secret that will enable you to send private emails, using google or yahoo or whoever, without the government knowing it.
It used to be that mail was sacred. Nobody went through the mails. It took a major effort to get a subpoena to get into your mail.
Then along came email. It replaced the mail, and, suddenly, the government found it could get into your private email without all the bother of subpoenas and the fourth amendment.
So the government suddenly feels the need to pry and poke into everything.
What are they scared of?
They aren’t using the email to catch terrorists, or they would have gotten the Tsaernov brothers! Or they would have caught Major Hassan!
But, instead, they just want to poke into the private affairs of law abiding citizens!
What is the government really afraid of?
Why are our leaders acting like paranoids asscunts?
Okay, rant off, info on. Here’s how you send emails without the government knowing it.
You log in to your google account, or yahoo, or whatever. You prepare a draft. You don’t send it. You log off.
Your brother-in-law, two thousand miles away logs into that same account as you. He looks at the draft, then erases it.
Mail is never sent!
All you have to do is set up one account that two people, or more, have the password to.
Now, eventually the government will tumble to it. Edward Snowden, after all, claimed that the government could read your computer while you were working on it.
I don’t think so. Not yet, because if you look at the info packets in and out of your computer there just isn’t enough information going out to think that the government is doing this yet.
But, eventually you’ll have to find some other way, or maybe just bite the bullet and send a real mail.
Real mail tends to get where it is sent without the government opening it.
But, for now, this clever, little trick will enable you to talk about whatever you want, with whoever you want, without the prying and obnoxious eyes of Big Brother poking into your affairs.
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