Wednesday, November 7, 2007

AT&T Whistle-Blower Hits D.C. To Stop Telecom Spying Immunity: The Conspiracist Report For Today

Today's contribution from our favorite Conspiracy Nut is a Wired Blog Network story about a former AT&T technician turned whistleblower who is asking lawmakers to hold up a lawsuit against his former employer for wiretapping the Internet without a warrant.

Yep, those lovely folks, who, interestingly enough, do run a wireless network where you CAN run such lovely software as Opera Mini 4, apparently ran HUGE diversion pipes from their backbone services in order to allow the government to get ALL up in your business (and, more importantly, the Conspiracy Nut's business) apparently without a warrant.

No doubt at this very moment someone at the NSA is taking great delight in reading Axinar's, not by surfing directly to it like anyone else would, but probably by torturing himself reading the raw 7-bit data streaming from Cincinnati to Google ...

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At November 8, 2007 at 6:21 AM, Anonymous conspiracynut said...

Yup; it is 'more importantly the conspiracy nut's business,' [and all conspiracy nuts' business] Ax, and ya know why? It's more importantly our business because no one else is paying attention, let alone gaf.

The USA has fallen, her currency has fallen, and no one gaf because they have all this crap they don't need keeping them apathetic as their money and freedoms are funneled away by the powers that be.

Wake up, Ax. The matrix has you.

 
At June 30, 2008 at 12:25 AM, Anonymous Happiness Hacker said...

It's More Than Monitoring...

The integrity, security and safety of our national telephone and Internet communications systems must become a major concern as we look forward to Change in November.

Private government contractors monitor all U.S. telephone and Internet communications.

Some of these private contractors are corrupt or have weak internal controls.

If a competitor or foreign government wants your trade secrets, your R & D plans, your bid details or your confidential communications, they can hire a well placed private contractor to get them.

60-70% of the National Security Agency and the CIA's National Clandestine Services budgets are paid to private contractors.

See http://HappinessHacker.com for links to respected sources that document private government contractor concerns.

Are all these private security contractors honest and honorable?

The War on Terror is a $100+ billion industry, the people and organizations profiting from it will not let go easily.

Can we have fair and free elections in November if our telephone and Internet communications systems are compromised?

 

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