For those of you unimportant enough to make the CIA's watchlist, tweets about the FBI watching you through your webcam serve as a reminder that you do matter. Funny FBI webcam tweets take an extremely negative thing — the loss of privacy — and make light of the fact some government agent out there (probably) watches and documents whenever you Google search "celebrity feet pics."
If you thought your webcam fails and search history stay safely within the confines of your MacBook Air, think again. Putting tape on your webcam and browsing in incognito-mode on Chrome only accomplish so much, so why not abandon trivial precautions and just embrace the ideas put forth in the hilarious FBI agent tweets below? Rather than go through the tumultuous, not to mention legally murky, process of resisting the government, hilarious tweets about the FBI agent in your webcam strive to make the most of your unwilling yet unavoidable relationship.
Clever FBI surveillance tweets put the "con" into "Panopticon," turning an invasion of privacy into an opportunity for self-promotion. Exes come and go, but federal agents in your webcam last forever, or at least as long as the law allows them to get away with it.
Show 'Em How It's Done
I don’t have a sticker over my laptop camera because if Britney Spears taught me one thing from her pop masterpiece ‘circus’ it’s that there’s only 2 types of people in the world the ones who entertain and the ones that observe....AND I’m here to give the U.S. government A SHOW— owen⚡️ (@xowenm) January 29, 2018
I was about to accept a friend request from my high school bully and my tab closed... Gerald, the fbi agent spying on me, is looking out.— Sarah Schauer (@SJSchauer) January 29, 2018
My boyfriend: *leaves the room*— Josh Hall (@joshwillhall) January 28, 2018
The fbi agent in my webcam: No I totally see what you mean.
Me: right? He's weird today. How's your husband?
FBI agent: he wants us to open our marriage
Me: that's rough janet.
Google House Of Horrors
me covering my laptop camera with tape and a piece of paper:— robin debank (@Chainbody) January 22, 2018
fbi voice from my microwave: haha..you fool