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Discussion in 'Off-topic Political' started by TippinTaco, Sep 27, 2010.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/27/us/27wiretap.htmlLOL seriously? I'll let everyone else chime in.
One more blow to the 4th amendment. It makes me sick.
Wow, that's a wild shot at unenforceable regulations from a purely technical standpoint. To even come close, they either have to ban and block all encryption which is a security nightmare, or they have to force everybody to use the same software while convincing them that tapping is good.
Good luck with that...
As with all things government... we're not TALKING about it... not today anyway !
and the things you could snoop on in a political race are astounding. Way to go Obama, stomp on those amendments.
All I can say burn baby burn the bill of rights
Now my take on this: Sadly this is a good news source to a degree I mean New York Times isn't just some wacko media outlet. The fact they would EVER think they had the rights to wiretap peoples internet.. WTF???
this is their plan:
Tell everyone we're going to wiretap the internet
Deal with the political clashes that come from it
Tell the country its in their best interest because of TERRORISTS!!!!
Scare them into allowing the government monitor everything that we do on the internet
Take legal actions against any illegal actions that come from the wiretaps this could include:
*Looking up illegal activities
*Looking up legal things but accidently coming across illegal activities
*Catching Drug dealers
*Monitoring conversations that you may have with your significant other
*Monitoring the websites you visit
And in the end these things will be held against you in the court of law. Obama you make me sick. I wish 4 years would hurry up so we can get you out and replace you with someone who actually cares, at this point anyone is a better option.
didnt they carry on when the real american president wanted to do this?
Obama wants your password to your blackberry.
"BlackBerry CEO suggests route to eavesdropping
By ANDREW VANACORE, AP Business Writer Andrew Vanacore, Ap Business Writer â€“ 21 mins ago
NEW YORK â€“ BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. says it has no way of providing government officials with the text of encrypted corporate e-mails its devices serve up. But if the companies that employ BlackBerry phones want to hand over the encryption keys to their e-mail, it won't object."
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100927/ap_ ... _crackdown
That CEO is putting up a helluva fight