Re: IS BIG BROTHER READING YOUR E-MAIL (fwd)
Kirk Bailey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thu, 21 Oct 1999 18:26:41 -0400
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Sure thing Pat. Email is my drug of preference, usually with a cream
soda chaser. EXECUTED ANY POLICE OFFICERS recently?
It's simple; if slavery were security we could all sell ourselves to
uncle sugar and be perfectly safe. Just like state secrecy; if secrecy
were the essense of good government, we could all vote with our eyes
closed and have a perfect society. AS these are both obvious insane
statements, the logic behind them must e flawed (reducto ad adsurdum
technique of testing a proposition).
Do we need laws? Some. Do we need to have ANY secrets? Some, for limited
periods of time, to keep enemies in the dark of our preparations to wage
war, in a declared war, or methods to defend against war. Where does it
end? When the government make an enemy of it's people, and treats that
populace as a hostile enemy, it has turned on it's master.
Is there any benifit to doing evil? Were there not, it would not be
tempting. But it's still evil. Find another way Uncle sam, and Leave us
alone. Here's the best explaination of the Libertarian mindset I ever
"Peaceful Honest people don't belong in jail."
Patrick Riley wrote:
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> Hey Megan,
> I'm writing about "Jam Echelon Day" today. As a member of the hacktivism
> list, would you be available briefly to discuss it?
> Please respond by email or phone.
> Patrick Riley
> reporter, Foxnews.com
> (212) 462-5713
> At 04:09 pm 10/21/99 +0000, you wrote:
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> >NEW YORK POST 10-21-99
> >IS BIG BROTHER
> >READING YOUR E-MAIL?
> > By ROD DREHER
> > WANT to give a big, fat finger to Big Brother today? Fax or e-mail this
> >column to a friend. Be sure to include the following words:
> >Unabomber. Anthrax. Fissionable plutonium. North Korea. Militia. Delta
> >Ruby Ridge.
> >If the suspicions of Rep. Bob Barr (R-Ga.), the American Civil Liberties
> >Union and cyber-libertarian "hacktivists" are correct, your fax or e-mail
> >containing those words will have been intercepted by a sophisticated
> >electronic monitoring system called "Echelon."
> >Echelon is a supersecret global surveillance network, run by the U.S.
> >National Security Agency, in conjunction with the governments of Britain,
> >Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
> >Echelon is said to intercept and sift through countless electronic
> >transmissions daily, filtering out those with particular "keywords" that
> >could signal a security threat. The purloined posts are later analyzed.
> >Hacktivists around the world have scheduled today as "Jam Echelon Day."
> >They're encouraging computer users to flood the Internet with e-mails
> >containing suspected keywords, hoping the deluge will short-circuit
> >computers and satellites.
> >The public will never know if they succeed, but crashing Echelon is not
> >really the point. The protest is meant to raise public awareness about the
> >threat to privacy and civil liberties purportedly posed by the security
> >network, which sounds like something out of the movie "Enemy of the State."
> >Although the NSA will neither confirm nor deny Echelon's existence, too much
> >information has leaked out (through official statements and partially
> >declassified government documents) or has been uncovered by journalists and
> >investigators to allow for plausible deniability.
> >If reports, including a study by the European Parliament, are correct,
> >Echelon was organized after World War II, chiefly as a way for participating
> >countries to intercept Soviet communications.
> >With the Russian threat gone, there is growing evidence and concern that
> >Echelon is being used around the world for commercial espionage and keeping
> >tabs on non-military targets - such as me and thee.
> >Groups on both sides of the American political debate, from the ACLU on the
> >left to the Free Congress Foundation on the right, allege that Echelon's
> >technology and structure makes the unregulated monitoring of e-mails, faxes
> >and phone calls possible - this despite laws requiring court permission to
> >eavesdrop on private citizens.
> >"The NSA does not have jurisdiction in the U.S., but the way the
> >electronic-communications system is set up, I could send an e-mail to you,
> >and it could be routed through Canada," explains Free Congress' Lisa Dean.
> >"This puts the e-mail under NSA's jurisdiction."
> >The potential for Echelon's abuse has so bothered Barr, a former CIA
> >that he's pushing for congressional hearings.
> >"My concern is that they are sweeping far too broadly," Barr tells me. "I
> >believe that the rights of American citizens are being infringed.
> >"The danger is that we have no privacy whatsoever. Whenever you pick up an
> >instrument of communication, you run the risk of the government listening in
> >to you."
> >That claim is too far out for Steve Aftergood, who runs the Federation of
> >American Scientists' government-secrecy research project. However overblown
> >he considers the claims of Echelon alarmists, Aftergood supports Barr's call
> >for hearings to establish oversight.
> >"Unchecked monitoring and surveillance by the government poses a threat to
> >freedom of dissent," he said. "Even if the whole Echelon story is a
> >hallucination or a hoax, it is nevertheless the responsibility of Congress
> >get to the bottom of it."
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