In the latest privacy scandal, Concast, the well known telecommunications giant (what do you mean you've never heard of them?), has been found eavesdropping on its clients' online conversations any time they type c-o-n-c-a-s-t whist on the internet.
Olive Oyl of Palermo Sicily complained that she receives regular e-mails from Concast asking: "What can we do to make you happy, Olive? Are you comfortable with your gigabytes, darling?
Readers and Contributors to TheSpoof.com seemed to immediately identify with the internet spying. Jalopy Peno, screen name of one of thespoofiest of spoofers claims that his pepper intake is regularly checked by the spoof eye in the sky: "They're all around us, man! Buckwheat Cakes insists TheSpoof.com is constantly checking his ass out."
Also ran Pointer, who can't seem to break out of seventh place, chimed in at midnight: "They watch my every movement. Yeah, EVERY MOVEMENT. I swear! I had a really hard BM recently and then I found this cryptic message about trying more roughage on my spoofmail. Shit, that was spooky..."