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    Default I guess he just loves checking the male.

    Title puns outta the way, yesterday President Bush gave himself the right to spy on and open peoples mail before it goes to them as a program to thwart terrorism. now all mail is available for search by the national government.

    http://nydailynews.com/front/story/485561p-408789c.html

    fun times, maybe they'll pay my cable bill.


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    Is'nt that what the Brittish did to the Americans during the Revolution?


    "Let my ears hear not but the most sinful of lyrics"

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    Err. . I almost never use the regular postal service anymore. [except for shipments/packages/bills.] Hurray for e-mails. XD

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    Is'nt that what the Brittish did to the Americans during the Revolution?
    I don't think so. At least, I never heard of that during class.

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    well cpr remember there was the exposure of his secret Electronic Eavesdropping program a couple months back. so hes been sniffing through your email for a while now.


    heard there were dedicated government servers that automatically caught and saved every peice of anything sent on the net that had certain triggerwords in them. i guarantee you test send an email with the words "bomb" "jihad" or "osama" in them theyre in that memorybank.


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    "Despite the President's statement that he may be able to circumvent a basic privacy protection, the new postal law continues to prohibit the government from snooping into people's mail without a warrant," Can any one imagine the president opening every mail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon View Post
    well cpr remember there was the exposure of his secret Electronic Eavesdropping program a couple months back. so hes been sniffing through your email for a while now.


    heard there were dedicated government servers that automatically caught and saved every peice of anything sent on the net that had certain triggerwords in them. i guarantee you test send an email with the words "bomb" "jihad" or "osama" in them theyre in that memorybank.
    You guys should read Digital Fortress by Dan Brown.

    Tells you all about this.

    And it's a really really good book.


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    ive read Digital Fortress... disturbing similar, for all you that dont know that book is about a machine called TRANSLTR that is the most sophisticated computer in the world that sorts through all the internet tagging files and breaking encryptions on emails. terrorist plot to destroy it by making a code that would take infitite time to crack. and something else i forgot...

    here quote wikipedia
    Susan Fletcher, a brilliant mathematician and head of the National Security Agency's cryptography division, finds herself faced with an unbreakable code resistant to brute-force attacks by the NSA's 3 million processor supercomputer. The code is written by Japanese cryptographer Ensei Tankado, a sacked employee of the NSA, who is displeased with the agency's intrusion into people's privacy. Tankado auctions the algorithm on his website, threatening that his accomplice, "North Dakota (e-mail address being NDakota)", will release the algorithm for free if he dies. Tankado is found dead in Seville, Spain. Fletcher, along with her fiancé, David Becker, a skilled linguist with eidetic memory, must find a solution to stop the spread of the code.


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    Thats it alrite, we were talking about a dual prosseor in the last thread, that computer is a 3million prossesor.


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    Dan Brown, meh. Angels and Demons was his only truly good book. All of his books are essentially the same...though I respect The Da Vinci Code for taking on the Church.

    Anyways, three cheers for America, land of the...almost free.

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    zomg.

    so that stuff i got in the mail about the government having developed borderline paranoia was true.
    checking mail to thwart terrorism. that's a bush alright......
    It ain't pretty,After the show,It ain't pretty when the pretty leaves you,
    With no place to go,If you think you need it,Here's the place to feed it,But it ain't pretty....
    Arm yourself because no-one else here will save you,The odds will betray you,And I will replace you,
    You can't deny the prize it may never fulfill you,It longs to kill you,Are you willing to die?
    The coldest blood runs through my veins,You know my name...
    Ode to the carnage of one resident modship.......

 

 
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