OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Boome » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 04:36:16



Businesses now have a new way to evade liability for safety violations,
hazards to consumers and other abuses. They need merely report the
information about their behavior -- even totally unclassified activities --
to the federal government, and claim it's related to homeland security. In
the parlance of the Homeland Security Act, they declare the data to be
"CII," or Critical Infrastructure Information.

ISPs and telecommunications firms may now avoid taking responsibility for
security flaws in their systems.

http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,56600,00.html

-Boomer

 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Starlor » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 04:42:10


Can you say "Nigh***ch" from a well known Sci-Fi program on T.V. it sounds more
and more like it.

--
In This Universe The Night was Falling,The Shadows were lenghtening
towards an east that would not know another dawn.
But elsewhere the Stars were still young and the light of morning lingered: and
along the path he once had followed, Man would one day go again.

SIAR
www.starlords.org
Akumaizer Cattery
http://www.FoundCollection.com/
Global Japanese Bobtail Club
http://www.FoundCollection.com/
Telescope Buyers FAQ
http://www.FoundCollection.com/
High Mojave Desert Iris
http://www.FoundCollection.com/
Starlords-ATM Page
http://www.FoundCollection.com/
Bishop's Car Fund
http://www.FoundCollection.com/


Quote:
> Businesses now have a new way to evade liability for safety violations,
> hazards to consumers and other abuses. They need merely report the
> information about their behavior -- even totally unclassified activities --
> to the federal government, and claim it's related to homeland security. In
> the parlance of the Homeland Security Act, they declare the data to be
> "CII," or Critical Infrastructure Information.

> ISPs and telecommunications firms may now avoid taking responsibility for
> security flaws in their systems.

> http://www.FoundCollection.com/,1283,56600,00.html

> -Boomer


 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Stefan E. Jone » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 04:56:08


Quote:


> > Businesses now have a new way to evade liability for safety violations,
> > hazards to consumers and other abuses. They need merely report the
> > information about their behavior -- even totally unclassified activities --
> > to the federal government, and claim it's related to homeland security. In
> > the parlance of the Homeland Security Act, they declare the data to be
> > "CII," or Critical Infrastructure Information.

> > ISPs and telecommunications firms may now avoid taking responsibility for
> > security flaws in their systems.

> > http://www.FoundCollection.com/,1283,56600,00.html

"Starlord

Quote:

> Can you say "Nigh***ch" from a well known Sci-Fi program on T.V. it sounds
> more and more like it.

Nah! That won't happen.

The Bush Administration would never distribute black armbands and ask
people to spy on their neighbors.

At least, until they need to distract us from something, like the press
discovering that Cheney's energy policy was dictated by Enron in
exchange for monthly deliveries of crack and estrous nanny goats to the
Undisclosed Location.

 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Jerry Irvin » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 11:34:57



Quote:

> Businesses now have a new way to evade liability for safety violations,
> hazards to consumers and other abuses. They need merely report the
> information about their behavior -- even totally unclassified activities --
> to the federal government, and claim it's related to homeland security. In
> the parlance of the Homeland Security Act, they declare the data to be
> "CII," or Critical Infrastructure Information.

I wonder if we can pull that scam?

Quote:

> ISPs and telecommunications firms may now avoid taking responsibility for
> security flaws in their systems.

> http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,56600,00.html

> -Boomer

--
Jerry Irvine, Box 1242, Claremont, California 91711 USA

Please bring common sense back to rocketry administration.
Produce then publish.
 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Jerry Irvin » Wed, 04 Dec 2002 11:35:43




Quote:


> > > Businesses now have a new way to evade liability for safety violations,
> > > hazards to consumers and other abuses. They need merely report the
> > > information about their behavior -- even totally unclassified activities
> > > --
> > > to the federal government, and claim it's related to homeland security.
> > > In
> > > the parlance of the Homeland Security Act, they declare the data to be
> > > "CII," or Critical Infrastructure Information.

> > > ISPs and telecommunications firms may now avoid taking responsibility for
> > > security flaws in their systems.

> > > http://www.FoundCollection.com/,1283,56600,00.html

> "Starlord

> > Can you say "Nigh***ch" from a well known Sci-Fi program on T.V. it sounds
> > more and more like it.

> Nah! That won't happen.

> The Bush Administration would never distribute black armbands and ask
> people to spy on their neighbors.

They made a public statement to spy on neighbors already just FTR.

Quote:

> At least, until they need to distract us from something, like the press
> discovering that Cheney's energy policy was dictated by Enron in
> exchange for monthly deliveries of crack and estrous nanny goats to the
> Undisclosed Location.

--
Jerry Irvine, Box 1242, Claremont, California 91711 USA

Please bring common sense back to rocketry administration.
Produce then publish.
 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Stefan E. Jone » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 04:18:08


If anyone out there is a little bothered by all this domestic spying
stuff, you can now get in touch with the guy in charge and even pay him
a person visit at home to discuss your concerns:

http://cryptome.org/tia-eyeball.htm

(I bet this gets me on a list somewhere...)

 
 
 

OT-Taking Liberties With Our Freedom

Post by Stephen DeArma » Thu, 05 Dec 2002 11:05:33


Well people, I don't like the idea of being spied on either but you have to
ask......

Where were the spies the day before 9-11? Probably a few people that lost
family in the towers and planes would think that we could have used a few
then. What cha' think?

Randy