Discussion in 'privacy general' started by SteveTX, Feb 15, 2011.
Intro below. Full document downloadable from Cryptohippie.
From lotuseclat's thread, below, quoting former FBI agent Mike German:
The creation of the ODNI has magnified the problem tenfold and must have significantly influenced U.S. position when Cryptohippie considered their seventeen ranking factors.. For analysis and overview of the ODNI and the collapse of the barrier between U.S. domestic and foreign intelligence since its creation, see here:
The biggest problem of all may be the creation of USCYBERCOM, which treats the entire internet as a military theater, and is not subject to even a nominal charter which might prohibit domestic spying.
Cryptohippie's other document, The Taking of the Internet is worth a separate link:
Do the same people that believe 9-11 was a government plot come up with this stuff in order to sell their services?
Hey, what happed to "Child Porn" .
"The UK is aggressively building the world of 1984 in the name of stopping “anti-social” activities. Their populace seems unable or unwilling to restrain the government."
Sorry, I think I've just whizzed myself I was laughing so much ...
I don't think anyone's really interested in 9/11 here. We're discussing electronic surveillance, thus the cites and papers.
If you read and understood my post I was using it as a ref. to conspiracies which is how this thread topic reads as well as trying to sell the user something.
That is the only reason I ref. it.
Edit* I see no real discussion here to begin with on the topic so I do not know what you are reading.
Clinton Demands Net Freedom Abroad as Domestic Restrictions Loom
There's no conspiracy. You may disagree with Cyptohippie's rankings, but in the U.S. domestic surveillance is well documented over the span of the past several decades. Many organizations fund efforts and bring cases, including EFF and ACLU.
In recent history:
Continuation, if you're actually interested:
Links at http://www.eff.org/issues/nsa-spying
And that would be just the slightest start.
So Steve, Does Xerobank have any plans of setting up servers in Mexico, Brazil, Thailand, or the Philippines? I believe they would be good locations for exit Nodes.
Removed Off Topic post. There is no need to bash any member. Let's keep on topic. Thanks!
The following is an example of the "Electronic Police State" in action:
DHS erroneously seizes 84,000 domains, falsely accuses them of trafficking in child porn.
No due process before the takedown!
Homeland Security Won't Even Admit Whether Or Not It Seized Mooo.com, Taking Down 84,000 Innocent Sites.
Separate names with a comma.