I definitely sure do wanna know your browser history Paugers. For a mere 1$ I think that should be enough for an anticapitalist commie since you're not worth annything to interest of corporations. But then it would be wasted money since all nazi sites are IP blocked in Belgium. Though I could get to know some of your favorite Moonman songs...
Purchasing your search/browsing history: 4/1/2017 00:05:54
The NSA conducts surveillance on every corner of the internet, and you're worried about ISPs? Why the hell would an ISP collect your data? If an ISP started selling user data then all other ISPs would have to do is advertise that they don't sell their user's data and they would destroy the competition. I would be much more worried about government surveillance leaking user data to foreign states.
And suddenly the Left and the CNNs, LA Times, the Paugers' of the world are concerned with internet privacy. You think this is anything other than a token these corporations can use against their political adversaries? The lamestream media spent years praising Obama's government surveillance and lambasting "conspiracy" nuts like Rand Paul and Alex Jones. The skeleton media declared a scandal when their darling shillary kiketon's staff got hacked. It wasn't a Russian attack it was a phishing link from a porn site because the Clinton campaign was run by incompetent zealots.
I find the choice of topic for Paugers odd and amusing. He's a commie but now he's shilling for globalist corporations that grandstand as philanthropic egalitarians, what a joke. He spent a year in our camp and didn't learn anything. Paugers you never listen do you.
Purchasing your search/browsing history: 4/1/2017 20:49:03
I would be much more worried about government surveillance leaking user data to foreign states.
What the hell for? Although the purpose for ISP's selling our data is obvious: targeted advertising. Let's say I'm going to a store's website to buy underwear. Two days later I'm bombarded with Hanes and Fruit of the Loom ads. The same can be applied to visiting more... Private websites. What people do on their browsers is their business and theirs alone. Now the same argument can be applied to you Mr. Nazi Bravo. You're okay with businesses spying on you, but not the government? YOU SIR are the hypocrite. I'll let you go back to watching Fux News now.
Purchasing your search/browsing history: 4/1/2017 21:38:09