Posts Tagged ‘communications’

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This sounds a bit too easy. Something tells me that NSA has ways around it (like TOR before), but it’s worth considering and monitoring for developments.

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…why are some inmates being singled out and sent to special prison units with radically restricted communications, to the point that they can’t even hug their families or their children, where no journalists are allowed.”

‘Little Guantanamos’: Super-secret US prison units axe communications for inmates

They told the prisoner Daniel McGown that if I wrote anything about our visit, he would be subjected to harsher penalties because of that,” Potter told RT. “When I arrived at the prison, I was reminded that prison officials knew who I was and that if I asked any questions that my visit would be immediately terminated.”

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Here’s How Law Enforcement Agencies Impersonate Your Friends

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I understand that these law enforcement officers will changes [sic] the password(s) to this account so that I will no longer have access to these accounts. My Internet online identity may be used by these law enforcement officers for any official purpose relating to an official investigation, including sending and receiving e-mail, making direct communications on systems such as ICQ or AOL instant messaging, and any other electronic communications. I have been advised of my right to refuse to allow the assumption of my identity. I give this consent freely and voluntarily.

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Outstanding research by Jon Gold exposes more of the 9/11 high treason. Hijackers were hidden from FBI and allowed to operate to attack America. Both CIA and NSA knew about them.

NSA Lied About Knowledge Of 2 9/11 Hijackers In U.S., Didn’t Inform The FBI

 

Does America care about this?

Any self-respecting people would want to know what actually happened and do something about it, a little thing called justice. Do Americans have no self-respect? Is this thing on?

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“But the German exposé  showed Tor providing the opposite of anonymity: it singled out users for total NSA surveillance, potentially sucking up and recording everything they did online.”

Tor was developed, built and financed by the US military-surveillance complex. Tor’s original — and current — purpose is to cloak the online identity of government agents and informants while they are in the field: gathering intelligence, setting up sting operations, giving human intelligence assets a way to report back to their handlers — that kind of thing

 

Peeling the onion: Almost everyone involved in developing Tor was (or is) funded by the US government