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Telecomm Immunity Explained
06 Jul 2008
Lords and Kings Are UnAmerican.
The telecomm immunity issue is about the government here legalizing its illegal spying. This is how the elite deviants always work, they do illegal things until they are caught, then they try to legalize it, the bush crime family are notorious for this, and their assumed power is illegal too.

This is all about protecting some dog old boys who want the right to listen into their neighbors telephone conversations, and to see what their neighbors are doing on the net. And maybe even see how their neighbors wipe their butts. The dog old boys are some really sick pups, I assure you. This is mostly because they do not, and could never really have, a life of their own, God damn them, so they must spy and snitch, they make-believe, which is all they have ever done. Also it is to harass and to deter commerce, especially among the perceived enemy, however ill-informed that perception is. These types do not care too much about much, and do not really know what America is about either. Not in the least. Thats how the dog old boys remain themselves. In a word, they are mutts. Scared Mutts.

The criminals in congress just passed, and the senate appears about to pass a piece of paper intended to violate and even destroy the 4th amendment, as they have already destroyed so much else. The government put the phone companies up to illegal spying in the name of the war on terror, and now wish to exempt those same phone companies from any charges that may be brought by we who have suffered economic terrorism and so much more. Organized Gang Stalking, Mobbing, Surveillance 24-7, video, audio, and the phone as your own personal radio show to an unknown audience...a lot of this was to gather personal info by which mind control operations involving many operatives could be made more effective. There are many records in the private sector of this illegal government behavior, and the article below lets us see how all encompassing it has become. We have a new SS. And its high tech.

Please call your senators and complain. Tell the aid you want the senator to vote NO on any aspect of the FISA bill (http://epic.org/privacy/terrorism/fisa/) which would exempt the parties responsible for illegal wiretaps from punishment.



US Government Quietly Forms Cyber Militia

Source: Strategy Page

The U.S. government has quietly gone ahead and formed several special security organizations for policing the internet. Because there is such a (trained, not to mention talented) manpower shortage right now (and in the foreseeable future), this was done on the cheap. An effective force could not be recruited, even if everyone agreed to accept government pay levels, because of the huge expense. One solution that was suggested even before September 11, 2001, and eventually caught on, was to organize and reward the pro bono cybersecurity efforts that have been going on for some time. A lot of talented whitehats just get pissed off and go after bad guys on their own nickel. An example is HoneyNet (the pro bono network of honeypots set up to attract, analyze and document backhat activities and techniques). One suggestion that did not fly was setting up a "CyberCorps" as a separate corporation, with a few really good people to run it, and enough budget to pay market rate for the right people, and still have a close working relationship with government agencies and commercial firms that spend a lot on net security (banks and brokerages, for example.)

Instead, a "Cyber Corps" program was set up to give tuition assistance to college students studying computer security, in order to increase the number of qualified experts in this area. Meanwhile, the Department of Homeland Security established working relationships with existing computer security groups, while the Department of Defense encouraged the services to set up computer security operations. The air force established the Cyber Command, a major operation that, it is hoped, will give the air force the lead (and most of the budget) for defense related Internet security operations.

The U.S. Army sought to make something of the original CyberCorps concept, by recruiting existing army reservists with computer security experience, and organizing them into the Reserve Information Operations Command. So far, nearly 400 reservists have been assigned to man five Information Operations Centers. These reservists have civilian jobs in computer and Internet security, and most make more than the government could afford to pay them. But in the event of an Internet "battle", the Reserve Information Operations Command would quickly provide the army with a collection of expert operators to analyze, and deal with, the threat. The army is still recruiting for this duty, and will probably continue to, in order to expand this force as much as possible.

Story at:

http://www. blacklistednews. com/view. asp?ID=6867

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