FBI Pays Geek Squad To Search For Child Porn

By | 2017-01-10T11:16:07+00:00 January 10th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , , , |
 

When your car has a problem you take it to an auto mechanic. The auto mechanic’s job is to look over your car and determine what is wrong with it. He or she is able to do this because they have been trained to know the inner workings of an automobile, something you know fuck all about. When the mechanic is done fixing your vehicle, you pay them for their service and drive on with your life.

Best Buy’s Geek Squad works under the same principle, but instead of your car it’s your computer. And unlike a car, your computer has lots and lots of personal information embedded in it: tax files, pay stubs, family photos, social security numbers, and yes, even pornography (you sick fuck). Geek Squad team members are encouraged to avoid any of this data when performing their repairs as it is irrelevant to the task at hand.

However, it has long been understood that if any data is found during a repair that is illegal, most noteworthy pornography involving minors, the Geek Squad member is to report it to the proper authorities. That all seems well and good, but it has now come to light that not only are Geek Squad techs encouraged to report criminal activity, but they are also paid for it…by the FBI themselves.

This creates a massive conflict of interest. If a Geek Squad tech is paid to fix your computer, then he or she should fix your computer. But certain Geek Squad members are on the FBI payroll, which means they are also being paid to search through your computer in an attempt to find illegal activity. The performance of one job cancels out the other; after all, how can a tech perform a fix in a timely and effective fashion if they are simultaneously wasting time going through your photos looking for porn?

Not to mention the fact that if a Geek Squad tech is being paid by the FBI, that would make them an extension of a government branch, and the Constitution clearly states that the government going through your shit without just cause is totally illegal. So what the FBI is doing here is trying to skirt the letter of the law and violate your Constitutional rights under the blanket of “we’re trying to stop child porn”.

So folks, think about this before you hand your computer over to a Geek Squad tech, or ANY tech for that matter. Learn to fix your computer yourself, it’s really not that difficult. Otherwise you might end up arrested because you have pics of your kid in the bathtub on your computer and you’re then deemed a “child pornographer”.

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