Skip to comments.A Freeper's Observation; Dealing with Obama Snoops Here In Cyberspace
Posted on 01/31/2009 4:05:08 AM PST by E.G.C.
This "Super Bowl" weekend I wanted to take just a few moments out to let you know about some things going on regarding Yahoo and some unsavory elements of the Obama cult.
As I do, I want to give a hat tip to a website known as "The Patriotic Resistence" which is a part of Grassfire.org. This is another website for the reisistance to Obama and his political agenda.
Now, first off for those who use Yahoo, if you go to http://privacy.yahoo.com/privacy, halfway down there is a link which says WEB BEACONS.
After you click on that page there is a paragraph titled "Outside The Yahoo Network". Go to "Click Here To Opt-Out" and click "Opt-Out". You'll have to do this for each browser you use as it is not machine specific.
Also, if you're running conservative websites like FR for example, it's always a good idea to back up as much of your data as possible in case Obama's "Organizing for America" decides they want to cause trouble.
I've been reading and hearing stories of people who have been visited by civil authorities regarding coments made to other bloggers and also put on FBI watch lists over comments about how our elected officials needed to be reminded that they work for us, not the other way around. It should be pointed out that Yahoo, Google, AOL and many other web portals have donated to the Obama Campaign and many other Democrat causes.
That is why I say it's always a good idea to watch your backs becuase you never know what's going to happen.
This Op-ed has been bookmarked to my profile page.
I think the submitter of this post need provide more in-depth information regarding all this stuff ...it needs to be vetted,imho
What is Obama's DU screen name again?
The reason I gave this out is becuase I wanted to give those some information no how to deal with these things.
There was a story about this in the antivirus section at about.com
It was also suggested that people run a proxies to throw these people off.
These kinds of things are neccesary becuase people need to know how to deal with these things. Nobody wants to be snooped around when they're doing activities on the computer.
Also, to clarify it is not user specific, it is machine specific. I think I said differently in the original post.
You will have to follow the procedure for the opt-out of Yahoo web beacons for each computer and browser that you use.
Again more information is in the link provided in comment #1. If you have anything to add to this post please respond.
Again, thanks to everyone for your responses.
There is a good tinfoil supply at the Market Basket grocery store in Lee, NH (just in case you used all of it in your area).
Thank you for this information. I appreciate your being
alert to problems on the internet. Heaven knows there are
plenty of them!
That could be. I’m not sure.
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