The total information act is about collecting every piece of electronic data on you and me.
It's all captured in a super data center.
And I imagine they've devised a way to score people based on characteristics.
Similar to a credit FICA score.
So maybe its a good idea to throw them off track.
You know, visit sites that you'd normally not visit.
Butterfly collector's sites. Pacifist Society sites.
Keep 'em guessing, that's my theory.
Even if you've got nothing to hide, just know this, there're agency's that track your every move and know more about you than you do.
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