Cash for clunkers? Agenda?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by boycan, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. boycan

    boycan Active Member

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    Has anyone seen this?

    Jon Christian Ryter's Conservative World
    [SIZE=+0]cars.gov contains a warning that when you log in, it will seize control of your computer and, while you are on that site, will deem your computer to be federal property with the right to intercept, monitor, record or copy, or audit any file on your computer and pass the files to agency of government deemed appropriate.[/SIZE]

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  2. Bullseye Shooter

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    Not sure what's going on here. The official website is www.cars.gov. I went to it and put in my Chevy truck to see if it would qualify. No disclaimer came up about signing in, etc. or that my computer would be taken over. Maybe Jon's got his tinfoil wrapped too tight today.
     
  3. boycan

    boycan Active Member

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    I hope so, I wasn't going to click on it to find out! LOL
     
  4. DCortez

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    It may have been corrected if it was unintentional. I gave them credit for being devious, but maybe it was standard legal mumbo jumbo and was removed once Beck and the others got ahold of it.
     
  5. Bullseye Shooter

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    Possible, but not sure. I do know when I go to the govt website to check my Navy retired pay, there is a disclaimer that the info belongs to the govt, but no mention of them hacking in to my computer, just verifying any messages that I send to the administrator.

     
  6. GM.Chief

    GM.Chief Well-Known

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    The cash for clunkers problem has to do with tthe car dealerships side. When THEY sign in to turn in cars, They, the dealer, get the warning. It only affects them, not the casual consumer who is just checking out the site.
     
  7. M. Sage

    M. Sage TGT Addict

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    Hanlon's Razor. Never attribute to conspiracy or malice that which can be explained by sheer stupidity. Or something like that.
     

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