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ALERT: Pentagon declares the Internet a "Domain of War" /& Researcher Communications Vlog

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Published on Jul 15, 2011

A big thanks to my friend & research collaborator. Though she still won't make a video - her research and long distance phone time to let me vent and talk things through is very appreciated.

ALERT: Pentagon declares the Internet a "Domain of War" / Researcher Communications
Related Links:

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/0...
http://thehill.com/blogs/hillicon-val...
http://www.networkworld.com/community...
http://www.networkworld.com/community...
http://www.networkworld.com/community...
http://www.wnd.com/images/dhs-rightwi...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Am...
http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects...

Lets think back to the Time magazine cover that asked if the Constitution still matters. http://dailycaller.com/2011/06/23/tim...

Google CEO Eric Schmidt stated: "Privacy is not the same thing as anonymity. It's very important that Google and everyone else respects people's privacy. People have a right to privacy; it's natural; it's normal. It's the right way to do things. But if you are trying to commit a terrible, evil crime, it's not obvious that you should be able to do so with complete anonymity. There are no systems in our society which allow you to do that. Judges insist on unmasking who the perpetrator was. So absolute anonymity could lead to some very difficult decisions for our governments and our society as a whole."

We've looked before at suspicious activity reports (SAR database) and fusion centers that keep info on supposedly "suspicious" people, keeping watchlists that can be accessed by local law enforcement and other government agencies. Domestic surveillance seems out of control and ACLU's Policy Counsel on National Security, Immigration and Privacy, Mike German, has said as much: "The most disturbing thing we've uncovered is the scope of domestic intelligence activities taking place today. Domestic spying is now being done by a host of federal agencies (FBI, DOD, DHS, DNI) as well as state and local law enforcement and even private companies. Too often this spying targets political activity and religious practices. We've documented intelligence activities targeting or obstructing First Amendment-protected activity in 33 states and DC."

Unless the rules regulating the FBI, CIA & (especially) DHS are strengthened to safeguard the privacy of innocent Americans, we are all in danger of being spied on and added to terrorist watch lists for doing nothing more than attending a rally, speaking the truth, or believing that we are a free nation!


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http://wewantthetruth.weebly.com/wcs-...

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