Land of the Free and the Internet

Bert has a great post —>Here<—

I have told him I would give him credit above and put the tremendous video he posted on here.  It is a fascinating one about our freedoms, government surveillance, Facebook, Google, and a lot of other items that deal with our liberties and who should have what on the Internet.

It is 29:50 long.  I know that’s long, but what I can tell you is that if you will watch it and not get hung up on understanding every single word, but in understanding the concepts in this question / answer session, oh my – as Seuss says, “Oh, The Places You Will Go”.

Try what I did: promise to watch 5 minutes of it – I ended up watching it all!

Enjoy this,



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  • Larry  On April 19, 2013 at 12:37 am

    Ugh! I don’t want to know all this. I want a simple life. Make creepy technology stop, please.


  • Becki Duckworth  On April 17, 2013 at 12:36 am

    I was sucked in and watched the entire video while having dinner. Thanks for sharing i love stuff like this very interesting. I am obsessively following you.


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