> > > 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
> > 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.
> 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.