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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Eerie Descent 6:26 Mon Dec 5
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Not only are you a sick, disgusting deviant, joyo, you are also the most painfully thick cunt walking this planet.

Lee Trundle 6:16 Mon Dec 5
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joyo 6:08 Mon Dec 5
"You loons still going on about this virus the rest of us have forgotten about and have moved on with our life's?"


Just have a look at your posting history. This thread takes up the majority of your postings, you idiot.

goose 6:11 Mon Dec 5
Re: This coronavirus in China
does that include those who suddenly dropped dead from heart problems?

joyo 6:08 Mon Dec 5
Re: This coronavirus in China
You loons still going on about this virus the rest of us have forgotten about and have moved on with our life's?

Mike Oxsaw 11:40 Mon Dec 5
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BRANDED 11:33 Mon Dec 5

I did read the article, several times over. It told me nothing new.

"We don't expect it to be handed over to unscrupulous corporations." Then expectation management is the order of the day for those (not other people) who don't expect that.

BRANDED 11:33 Mon Dec 5
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I would say dealing with government generally involves handing over data. We dont expect it to be handed over to unscrupulous corporations.

As Miike said. Read the FUCKING article

Mike Oxsaw 11:26 Mon Dec 5
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These "Rock solid data bases" need to get their data from somewhere.

If people were less free with what they share about themselves, such databases would be a lot harder to put together (for governments) to exploit.

The companies & organisations using these data and techniques are not doing it for bantz - they all want something in return for doing so.

BRANDED 11:18 Mon Dec 5
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I would say its the speed and manipulation of big data by unscrupulous people in a corporate/government world. Rock solid data bases benefitting from government policies.

Mike Oxsaw 11:13 Mon Dec 5
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Takashi Miike 10:53 Mon Dec 5

Again it's the underlying process that is not clear - it's not the ability to put pictures of your kids/dogs/latest meal to the world - it's about the personal data willingly given away in order to buy the ability to do so.

The government doing, albeit by proxy, what their voters freely do is simply an extention of that.

The people were all 'fingers-in-their-ears" fucking idiots for so eagerly signing up for all this "free" shit (even/especially those who did so "just to keep in contact with friends and relatives" - as if a private, personal email wasn't good enough).

That simply said to the government that is was OK to do the same.

Takashi Miike 10:53 Mon Dec 5
Re: This coronavirus in China
again, this has nothing to do with putting up pictures of your kids/dogs/latest meal to the world. it's details of a private medical procedure that has been handed over to a second party

Mike Oxsaw 10:48 Mon Dec 5
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Takashi Miike 10:42 Mon Dec 5

It's all related to people not objecting strongly enough (when it mattered) to how data about themselves is used.

Governments sharing such information with their "preferred partners" is just a single symptom of this.

Now, of course, it's all bolted horses.

Takashi Miike 10:42 Mon Dec 5
Re: This coronavirus in China
did you read the article? it's nothing to do with social media or the other things you mentioned. it refers to government (local/state) handing over private medical records to private companies handed multi million dollar contracts by these same government bodies to hassle/coerce/bully residents in to more doses of this poison. completely illegal but when has law mattered since march 2020

Mike Oxsaw 9:55 Mon Dec 5
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Takashi Miike 9:42 Mon Dec 5

People have been banging on about this sort of thing happening since the days of Windows 95 and it's attempt to shoehorn secure networking back into it's operating system.

Cool, smart, "with it" people were all to busy glopping up all the "free" social media stuff on offer to be bothered about that sort of thing. No CASH was changing hands. FriendsReunited. That was just a bit of bantz, innit? No more, absolutely just bantz.

I mean, what did it matter that Google has some of my personal data, Facebook other bits of it and Twitter (or sites that store cookies on your PC/laptop/smartphone) have the rest - they're all rivals, so won't ever share anything. Ever. Am I right or am I right???

Takashi Miike 9:42 Mon Dec 5
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https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/other/opinion-why-is-the-state-giving-your-health-data-to-political-consultants/ar-AA14CIux

PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:03 Sat Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
The ongoing attempted rehabilitation of Matt Hancock into popular society is disgusting.

However, he ate some kangaroos cock on ITV so all is forgiven.

The people of this country are so apathetic , we sit back and allow this shit to happen. Worse still, if people raise a voice they are declared conspiracy theory nutters - unless of course the news tell them otherwise see protesters in China.

The guy is a grade a prick.

Takashi Miike 11:39 Sat Dec 3
Re: This coronavirus in China
does he mention murdering these care home residents & the sick with.a cocktail of midazolam & morphine? no one cares about his fucking lies

BRANDED 11:19 Sat Dec 3
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Matt Hancock has claimed Sir Simon Stevens, the former NHS chief executive, insisted that care home residents be discharged from hospital even though they could not be tested for Covid.

In the latest extract of his diaries, the former health secretary claims Sir Simon - now Lord Stevens - spoke to the Prime Minister about his “determination” to make it happen.

But Mr Hancock insists that the decision to let elderly people back into residential care without being tested did not lead to the vast majority of deaths in care homes.

He blamed that squarely on “unscrupulous” care home bosses who allowed infected care workers to move between homes.

The former Cabinet minister also revealed that two months before lockdown was imposed, he was warned a “very large number of people will die” from Covid.

He wrote that Sir Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer, told him on January 17 2020, that there was a “50:50 chance” the virus would escape China and cause mass deaths in Britain.

Less than a fortnight later, Mr Whitty privately warned a meeting of officials that the then untreatable virus could kill as many as 820,000 people in the UK in a “reasonable worst-case scenario”.

But he said that when he shared this information with the Cabinet soon afterwards, the reaction was “somewhat shrug shrug”.

bruuuno 12:04 Sat Dec 3
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Jaan Kenbrovin 8:44 Fri Dec 2
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Joyo does it while wearing LYCRA to be extra safe

Jaan Kenbrovin 8:44 Fri Dec 2
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Lee Trundle 11:40 Fri Dec 2

I get the feeling Witty is the type that turns his light switch on and off ten times before going to bed, to stop satanic lizards from invading England while he sleeps.

Luckily joyo does it as well just in case Whitty is unable to.

#savinglives

Lee Trundle 7:47 Fri Dec 2
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Protect the vulnerable... by killing kids.

Mike Oxsaw 7:22 Fri Dec 2
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#shoutdownStrep-A

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