The Federal Bureau of Investigation has the dirt on everyone … and we mean everyone. Including you!
Think about this for a minute: who really hold the power in global politics—world leaders, or the people who have the dirt on world leaders? The answer is the latter, with the FBI all but exclusively holding that position. They knew that former Libyan leader Muammar al-Qadhafi couldn't travel with his Ukranian nurse, had a fear of sleeping on upper floors, prefers not to fly over water, and has a fondness for flamenco dancing and the horse races.
They bugged Martin Luther King, Jr.'s room, recorded him having sex, and sent him a copy—along with a letter, reading in part: "King, look into your heart. The American people would know you for what you are: an evil, abnormal beast. There's only one way out for you. You better take it before your filthy, abnormal fraudulent self is bared to the nation." The FBI had, and still has, unlimited power to do as they see fit.
And it's not only political figures, peace-loving musicians, or other powerful individuals who attract the FBI's spotlight. The Bureau is also interested in you! Remember how difficult it was for the characters in HBO's The Wire to get granted a wire-tapping permit? Yeah, the FBI doesn't have to deal with anything like that. If they want to hack you, they hack you. It's that simple. Furthermore, "there's also no public accounting of how often the government hacks people," according to Wired. In case you haven't already figured it out by now, the FBI does whatever they want, whenever they want, with nobody to truly tell them otherwise.
So clear your search history and delete all your browser cookies! Just kidding … we all know that won't help.