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[–] Craxic 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

Yeah, I definitely don't agree with that. Everyone knows how much crime there is on the internet, so its not like the government can catch you if you know what you're doing. And did it occur to anyone that maybe the government wants ISIS to have a fucking twitter account? Makes it easy to catch supporters who don't know what they're doing with privacy, and its a source of information. We may be being played for fools, but I don't think this is why.

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[–] deathcomesilent 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

Bingo, you get it, though I don't think there is any true anonymity on the internet. They call this concept a honeypot, but it also serves as an outlet to spread fear and justify ongoing conflict with regions that are heavily muslim (aka the geographical regions that also happen to have tons of oil and opium production).