Anyone wanna buy a couple of dis[b][u]c[/u][/b]s?

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by ª¹, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    Blimey d-ad, is that all you've got in the bank?

    You oughta get what is commonly known as 'an income'.
  2.  ASBOhoodie

     ASBOhoodie New Member

    ' god save the queen..the fascist regime'.....
  3. doitall

    doitall New Member

    As I said elsewhere.

    There are thousands probably millions of young girls, single mums, Oaps etc living on their own who are seriously at risk if the discs fall into the wrong hands.
  4. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    Blimey, I'll delete them offa ebuy then, innit.
  5. devil's advocate

    devil's advocate New Member

    Er, at risk of what, doitall?
  6. Mr GrimNasty

    Mr GrimNasty Active Member

    Errr, people that think like doitall, I guess.
  7. doitall

    doitall New Member

    Correct Mr Grimnasty.

    Perhaps I have a nasty mind, but I can see the benefits to every pikey and rapist.

    Think about it, you have the age, name, address and phone number of millions of people living on their own
  8. ­

    ­ New Member

    > I can see the benefits to every pikey and rapist.

    Think about it, you have the age, name, address and
    phone number of millions of people living on their own

    I use to live on my own but I was never raped.

    (well only twice)
  9. doitall

    doitall New Member

    Not surprising really, have you look in the mirror lately :D;)
  10. ­

    ­ New Member

    Yes, I have look in mirror. Heap good.
  11. The Trician

    The Trician New Member

    Latest from the BEEB -

    Letters are being sent to seven million families telling them the lost discs with their bank details on are "likely to still be on government property".

    So that's alright then eh?

    Can you imagine the following future scenario -

    NEWSFLASH - Copies of the National Identity Register database, recorded onto computer diskss has gone missing in the post................. These, together with the recent loss of of HMRC records represent a real and significant risk to personal security.
    A Govt statement issued today gives reassurances that new replacement ID cards will be issued during the next 5 days and that people shouldn't harbour any concerns.

    Meanwhile, copies of all of the disks have been cropping up for sale on pirate websites.....

    Another thing -
    Say you are an operative with SIS and you have to enter another country undetected. Someone somewhere must have already come up with a method to defeat any biometric security measures, otherwise your entry into the country would be detected when your passport was scanned at the point of entry, thus alerting the very authorities who are watching for you.
    Obviously, this is the last thing you want when you are working undercover!

    So is the Govt lying when it states that biometrics cannot be duplicated/defeated and that the recent debacle is no excuse for not pressing ahead with the introduction of it's ID card scheme?

    The very fact that biometric data will be checked so frequently is a security risk in itself, since the data captured and recorded from each scan - the who's, where's, when s, and what for's - means that this recorded data is vulnerable in itself.

    And what do you do if your biometric information is compromised?
    Will you be locked out of every single process which requires it for life?
    After all, they can't issue us with new irises or fingerprints can they?
    So how do you regain your identity after your biometric data has been stolen? How do I prove to them that this IS the REAL ME?

    So hands up - who still trusts this shower with our personal data then?

  12. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    "Yes, I have look in mirror. Heap good."

  13. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    'powwow' looked wrong.
  14. devil's advocate

    devil's advocate New Member

    Hunty, doesn't it bother you that some other posters on here spend quite a bit of time, and put in a great deal of effort to make serious political points, only for you to completely ignore them and throw in a tatty and fatuous comment?

    Me neither. Keep it up.
  15. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    My 5-worder thread is much better than this dull effort.

    All the more so cos you don't contribute.
  16. ­

    ­ New Member

    I'd join in the 5 word thread but you may have noticed I find it difficult to stop once I start and 5 words isn't really enough for me to explain exactly what I want to say, and another thing...........................
  17. devil's advocate

    devil's advocate New Member

    Hah, Hunty, I did contribute, but you deleted it.
  18. ª¹

    ª¹ New Member

    Blimey, did I? How?
  19. devil's advocate

    devil's advocate New Member

    Oh dear, becoming coy about your admin status again, are we?

    Tsk, tsk.
  20. The Trician

    The Trician New Member

    You see, that's the trouble with this country - no one gives a*until it is too late.

    You are all too fat, comfortable and complacent - until it affects you directly, which may be sooner that you think.

    Laws are being passed now which will effect all of us in the long term.

    Not that any of you * are bothered..........
    ....until you next queue up to see your doctor, apply for your new passport/bank account/mortgage/loan/whatever, after which it'll be too late.

    The lunatics will have already taken over the asylum, and what will your responses be?

    "Oh - no body told me.......had I known it would be like this, I'd have never voted for it......"

    Just wait until you apply for your next passport and are presented for a bill of around £200+quid, and it doesn't end there.


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