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Updated on Wednesday, January 28

#20248

OMG: Uhhh. Why aren't students outraged by this?

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  1. Because it's Canada. We don't really care about privacy.

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  2. While it doesn't excuse CSEC, do you really think Canada, alone, is doing this? Everyone is watching everyone else in order to get some leverage.

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  4. Because people are apathetic?

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  5. The Intercept? Is this Chuck?

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  6. Because as long as you're not doing anything illegal there's no reason to worry.

    If you are doing something illegal, I hope they catch you.

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    1. +1 ^This guy!!!!

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    2. While this is ideally true, even if you're a non-extremist your browsing habits could still get you targeted. What if you have some morbid curiousity and end up watching hostage videos like the article mentions?

      That being said I don't personally mind.

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  7. probably because the university vets complaints for current co-op employers so you'll never hear about this anywhere within the university

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  8. Because I have nothing to hide

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  9. 99.9% of it will just sit on a hard drive forever and never be seen by human eyes, if you think otherwise then you're a paranoid conspiracy nut

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  10. I will be appropriately outraged as soon as someone explains to me what any of those terms mean.

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