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Jan 14, 2008, 4:09:00 AM1/14/08
- The FBI Investigations
- I Can See What You Are Thinking
- Why I Monitor
o On Being Monitored

If you are an ordinary citizen, you may not notice the
INVISIBLE massive spy apparatus until it is too late.

As has already happened repeatedly: the government will use
this National Spying Apparatus to crush political protests,
and monitor the politically incorrect.

In the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s... and the 1990s.


Why argue against something that would catch crime?


ECHELON is so invasive we lose all privacy.
It is infinitely abusable.
It has been abused repeatedly.
CALEA takes us into the abyss.

Would monitoring really turn up that many violations?
Meaning: is it really that effective a mechanism?


On Monitoring
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I am a traffic analysis person.

Internet email. Company spook.


The bad news: getting people fired.

The good news: really great Internet humor is picked up too.

From the land of "Put the shrimp on the barby, Marlene:"

I was travelling on a tram the other day and in one seat
there was an old digger (Australian soldier or ex soldier)
reading his newspaper.

Across from him was a juvenile with a spikey mohawk haircut
coloured pink, green, orange and yellow.

The old digger kept looking over his newspaper at him.

Finally the young bloke spat the dummy, and yelled at the
elderly gent, "What the f......k are you looking at you silly
old bastard, haven't you ever done anything outrageous yourself ?

As cool as a cucumber the old digger put down his paper and said,

"I screwed a parrot once, and I was wondering if you were my son"


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