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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparko View Post
    Well they actually did call me back yesterday and set up an appointment next Tuesday to change out the battery. We will see....
    Between 8 and Noon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Between 8 and Noon?
    at 5:40PM

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    Did you hear the latest?

    Source: https://gizmodo.com/fbis-use-of-paid-best-buy-informants-goes-deeper-than-w-1823561496


    FBI's Use of Paid Best Buy Informants Goes Deeper Than We Knew

    Questions were raised last year about whether FBI agents were actively recruiting technicians at Best Buy’s Geek Squad to search for illegal content on customer devices. According to newly released documents, however, prior reports only scratched the surface: Best Buy’s ties with the FBI appear more complex than once surmised.

    The existence of the Geek Squad informants was first revealed via the prosecution of a California doctor named Mark Rettenmaier. After Rettenmaier sent his computer to Geek Squad for repair in 2011, technicians working out of a massive Kentucky repair shop discovered thousands of images depicting child abuse on Rettenmaier’s device. Court filings later revealed that there were “eight FBI informants at Geek Squad City,” and a number had received $500 to $1,000 payments in exchange for acting as confidential sources.

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