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Google is ALWAYS Listening - Live Test - EXPERIMENT THAT PROVES THAT GOOGLE IS ALWAYS LISTENING TO US

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7 minutes ago, markovian said:

and a custome rom ether one i make or is aredy made minuse the spying

Do you have the gear to remove and remount a SMD?

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47 minutes ago, Mehitable said:

LOL!  I think it actually IS shocking though, how EASILY he was able to prove this!  And how quickly!

Many have known/suspected this for a long time. Look to Google's seed funding for a motive.

Most people wouldn't believe the evidence in the youtube, and most that do, wouldn't care. People want their devices. They are like an important appendage today. Many would rather give up a thumb than loose their smart phone. I can hear people I know saying "so what".

This group, by it's nature, is more concerned with these topics than the general public. Google have likely studied this in great detail.

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2 hours ago, 2many secrets said:

Do you have the gear to remove and remount a SMD?

with root level control u dont need to swap chips thats why they block root acsess ... tho if you really wanted to it cost about 200 bucks for a basic setup and if your good at it really just need a heatgun

try it get a cheap phone with a custome rom installed u wont get adds related to the things you say

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3 minutes ago, markovian said:

with root level control u dont need to swap chips thats why they block root acsess ... tho if you really wanted to it cost about 200 bucks for a basic setup and if your good at it really just need a heatgun

try it get a cheap phone with a custome rom installed u wont get adds related to the things you say

I'll look into that, thanks.

I've spent some time at surface mount level. I wouldn't do it without a Stereo Zoom and a Pace Soldering Station. It's just too tricky. If you sneeze the whole business could go south. I've seen parts vanish. A heat gun won't help with high pin density QFPs. No thanks.

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14 minutes ago, 2many secrets said:

I'll look into that, thanks.

I've spent some time at surface mount level. I wouldn't do it without a Stereo Zoom and a Pace Soldering Station. It's just too tricky. If you sneeze the whole business could go south. I've seen parts vanish. A heat gun won't help with high pin density QFPs. No thanks.

its not easy none of that is even with just ram chips its a pita that i would rather pay someone with a steady hand to do

but not impossible tho  use to do it alot on bios chips on the old dfi lanparty boards tho thats what 20 pins not alot compared to today a heatgun was more than enough

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23 minutes ago, markovian said:

its not easy none of that is even with just ram chips its a pita that i would rather pay someone with a steady hand to do

but not impossible tho  use to do it alot on bios chips on the old dfi lanparty boards tho thats what 20 pins not alot compared to today a heatgun was more than enough

Yeah, good for some of the older stuff and low pin count. It's common to see 100 pin QFPAs now. A solder bridge can take some time to clear when that small. I haven't seen any of the new ceramic stuff. That's what robotics are for.

A pal has access to a female Tech where he works. He says she's amazing with reworks. Often using REALLY expensive prototype parts that will fly in rockets. That women is a corporate treasure. He says her work is just amazing. Very few errors. I'm sure she's famous in her field and is very well paid.

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Look at the pin count/ pitch.. no thanks.

http://www.practicalcomponents.com/dummy-components/product.cfm?Ceramic-Quad-Flat-Pack-(CQFP)-11DE4390B41976AC

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6 hours ago, RhetoricalRebel said:

It's un-American to stand in the way of "Surveillance Capitalism".

 

Its unamerican to not stand. no one is standing though.

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:iagree: I noticed that his Fark also came up with dog toy ads, he never mentioned that one. I just did the same thing with fark, but talked about blacksmith hammers and tools. Bingo!

 

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23 minutes ago, birdy said:

Its unamerican to not stand. no one is standing though.

You're right, I am not standing. It seems to be akin to the stalker effect. If a guy does certain things, and you think he is handsome and cute and you kinda like him, it is adorable. If you think he is creepy and ugly it is stalking. Same behavior. Go figure.

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38 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

Just think of all the intellectual property they can steal. 

I don't know about places other than the ones I've visited. Beginning the 90s many places I Sil Valley won't allow you past their lobby with any kind of electronic device, unless necessary for your visit. In most places, the person holding the meeting (responsible party) will come into the lobby, sign paperwork, and personally escort you to and from the meeting place. There are security cameras everywhere. All phones, laptops, etc. are collected and returned when leaving.

The stuff that sneaks out is usually through corrupt or immature/stupid employees. This has been the case with Apple many times. With Intel, it's AMD who spends millions (my opinion) trying to crack Intel's security and employees. The previous statement is from personal experience and is my personal opinion.

The National Labs have a huge problem because of the PC environment prevailing. Many foreign nationals who don't own any allegiance to the US, are in leadership positions at the National Labs. They are sometimes caught exporting sensitive data to their home countries. China is big on the list.

 

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14 hours ago, Picklesnout said:

:iagree: I noticed that his Fark also came up with dog toy ads, he never mentioned that one. I just did the same thing with fark, but talked about blacksmith hammers and tools. Bingo!

 

So it worked for  you too!  That's really good because it proves the experiment is able to be duplicated by someone else, a key scientific principle.   We've actually seen this before for some time now - we'll be discussing some topic, even in the car, and it can be really random, and then it comes up in advertising when we go to the computer.  I think I'll try the Fark experiment myself.  I'm trying to think of something unusual to talk about though.

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