No new verses were forthcoming, so I fell back to my recent default setting, and crowdsourced my Facebook wall. The final text would be a jumb of icons, b ut if you use a camera to read it, the computer can translate the text, I was thinking Google Glass here. So the 'router' you see in picture of the classified slide, isn't a residential home router. It can now have something much better than that, a historically unprecedented panoply of surveillance, which it can deploy in a matter of seconds. As a fellow Tennessean, I am sure you can appreciate the unique position someone from one of the freest and best-managed states in our union would be in to lead such a charge for the benefit of the whole nation.
But over the years I've learned that nothing is too stupid for somebody to believe it. When will the time come that we pick up our rifles and vote from the rooftops. Digital life is central to work: many of us, perhaps most of us, spend most of our working day using a computer. And of course, to go after the kingpins, well we need to go after the smaller fry first, right? Even then it was a rough and approximate process, vulnerable to all sorts of human error and countermeasures. Our government is betting that we will forget, roll over, and go back to sleep.
Oh, and of course Mike is as always merely assuming that those corporations aren't tacitly cooperating. I bit the bullet and wrote to my congressman and both senators from Tennessee. I cherrypicked and tweaked, tried singing it, and shortened it. How do you trust sources of updates? How many backdoors have been found over the years on encryption programs that have been called unbreakable? The letter is submitted here in case other of your readers might like to modify it and use it to do the same: While the Congress has continued to be preoccupied with recurring battles over government spending, Obamacare funding, etc. People with direct knowledge told Reuters in September that a U.
It dates to no earlier than 2010. Maybe it is a rumour yet, but it will confirmed eventually. Maybe we need a number of registries of the thumbprints of valid certificates for large websites. Spoof a Certificate Authority thru static reroutes. That is exactly how the tyrants in govt want you to act. It really is amazing what a huge change we brought on when the young and liberal voted Obama into office! And now that the exploits have been released, we run the risk that ordinary criminals will use them against corporate targets.
This comes three years after from the agency. People will just need to become adept at monitoring themselves online, as they once did in public. Instead, pretty much nothing will get done. News coverage of these events just disappears. There needs to be a way to segment them. You and I are part of a transitional generation.
Buy yourself a rifle, learn how to use it, stop paying taxes, and stop supporting your own oppression. Each registry of thumbprints could become very large. Yeah,the value of pi would seem consistently random while the sky is indeed the limit -- cool encoding, huh? Are not all Federal agents now Domestic enemies? You can buy rack-mount frames for a couple of grand from Amazon, complete with one Titan card and slots for three more. If nsa runs just one valid ca as part of a covert operations, nobody will know. Justice Department charged Martin, who had top secret national security clearance, with theft of classified government material, according to the complaint, which was unsealed on Wednesday.
Thus nothing will come of this from them but maybe some hollow words of complaint and fake posturing. Once you start, once you go down this path not of punishing crimes or deterring them, but actually preventing them and really, who could object to that? I was on the dystopian side of the discussions in my ethics class. In my case this is very apropos. As the Congress and the states are the means placed at the disposal of the people to effect meaningful change in the laws of the nation, I am submitting to you as well as to my other representatives in the federal and state governments that every branch of the federal government and each of the state governments must act now to prevent further erosion of the principles of individual sovereignty, freedom, and privacy that underlay our uniqueness, wealth, safety, and greatness as a nation. Just like a Death camp guard following orders. They will keep paying taxes the single most unameriKan thing you can do , watching dancing with who the fuck cares, and counting their retirement accounts waiting to die like good little baby boomers always have. Also, does anyone remember the Trustwave certificate? But his attorney said there is no evidence his client intended to betray his country and he has devoted his entire career to serving and protecting America, Pegues reports.
Or what about preventing another mass shooting, like the ones in Newtown or Aurora? The certificate authorities Verisign, Godaddy, etc do not have the customer's private key. To get a rough version of this knowledge, a state once had to bug phones manually, break into houses and intercept letters, and deploy teams of trained watchers to follow your whereabouts. Bruce Schneier one of the top dogs in cryptography has documented this: 2. Maybe there could be a standard path to this file of valid thumbprints, similar to the standard location of robots. We are right on the verge of being an entirely new kind of human society, one involving an unprecedented penetration by the state into areas which have always been regarded as private. They're all in bed together; that and for safe measure there are probably well positioned moles within the banking industry. The registry of thumbprints needs to be massively distributed so it is effectively impossible to compromise them all.
In years to come, Western nations, including the United States, will look back on the first two decades of the 21st century as the era in which the hard-won rights of freedom and privacy were frittered away under the guise of national security. Sadly, I think this battle is already lost, especially with the younger generation being very comfortable with such surveillance and surrendering of privacy. It also comes at a time of growing concern over the cyberhacking of federal agencies and American political parties. The software can even be attached to a drone. Sure seem to fit that description.