The Devil Is In The Details: DHS Monitoring Web & "Wrong" Words

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  1. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    The Devil Is In The Details: DHS Monitoring Web & "Wrong" Words.

    -- Tom
     
  2. hierophant

    hierophant Registered Member

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    What's this "US citizen" I keep hearing about?
     
  3. chronomatic

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    Encryption FTW.
     
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    If the DHS web monitoring ever occurs, we could practice civil disobedience and salt all emails with the keywords they alert on. Maybe have a small prog that opens a seperate browser and uses the trigger keywords in unencrypted searches.
     
  5. noone_particular

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    That might be one of the few effective ways to deliver a clear message, that they're going too far and we the people find it unacceptable. We could also potentially tie up a lot of their computing power by dropping random encrypted messages on free sites via overseas proxies.
     
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