Wednesday, January 18, 2017

FBI paying Geek Squad to snoop through your computer.

I found this story on FBI using Geek Squad to spy on Americans over at WRSA.

Law enforcement, especially the federal variety, will ALWAYS seek ways to get around the checks and balances that are in place to ensure our right to privacy against warrant less searches and harassment. This has been proven time and time again.

Don't take your computer to Geek Squad at Best Buy. They're being paid $500 to "find" incriminating evidence on your computer and pass it along to the FBI.

We already know that the NSA has installed backdoors in electronic equipment that millions of Americans use everyday.

NSA installs malware and other malicious files, Geek Squad "finds" it, FBI sends you to jail (or blackmails you into not doing or saying whatever is you were doing or saying) and Geek Squad geek gets $500.


  1. I wouldn't trust the Geek Squad to wash my car. I'm in the process of starting a small scale Cyber Security business for home network users in the Florida Panhandle, and I'll be locking up folks computers and networks as tightly as the customer feels comfortable with.
    Unfortunately, there are no 100% unhackable computers if they are on the internet and there is no unhackable network. You just have to make it so difficult to get into that it's not worth the hacker's time.

  2. Best of luck with the business venture and please keep me updated on your progress with building it.