The truth behind Monday's planned FBI Internet blackout (according to conspiracy nuts)

Federal agency to shut down temporary DNS servers to combat DNSChanger malware

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The FBI/NSA/(and possibly Mossad) set up the operation to infect the computers of persons they consider SUSPICIOUS PERSONS OF INTEREST. ...

If you were targeted by this virus, it was probably because you fit a certain ‘profile,’ such as writing certain things, registering on certain websites, communicating with people overseas, etc. I don’t think visiting Infowars alone would have made you a target.

[A] million carefully selected "suspicious" individuals have been targeted.

OK, can there really be a million "carefully selected" individuals?

If I missed a good conspiracy theory, feel free to add it in the comments section below. See you around the FEMA camps, comrades.

Chris Nerney writes ITworld's Tech Business Today blog. Follow Chris on Twitter at @ChrisNerney. For the latest IT news, analysis and how-tos, follow ITworld on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

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