Anbody who was worried about domestic surveillance and bought a smart TV after the Edward Snowden revelations is not smart enough to stay ahead of the game.
Weeping Angel indeed.
I bet. I wonder if this is the "second leaker" mentioned in the Snowden documentary, or if this is a new person. The ship of state is getting awfully leaky. So I also wonder if the state's habit of busting brilliant teenage hackers and offering them a job with the government as an alternative to prison has been a short-sighted approach.
Are they worried about T-Rump's obsessive TV-viewing? Hopefully he doesn't have a smart TV.
Except Hillary's email account contained classified information. So...where's the difference?
My 85-year-old mother says she's happy to have the government know everything so they can catch the "bad guys". It was no use pointing out to her that the "bad guys" obviously know how to avoid getting caught because the government hasn't been too successful at catching them before they strike unless the government was the one putting them up to it in the first place. She's not alone. I've heard that sentiment in lines at airports every time I've flown anywhere.
Now, I ask you, how could the CIA catch "bad guys" through exploiting the ability to hack your TV? How will they get all the bad guys to buy a Samsung smart TV? And if they don't, what's the point of "Fake Off" mode? Who are they watching?
...but hey, do what you want...you will anyway.