The primary objective in data retention is traffic analysis and mass surveillance.
jya at pipeline.com
Thu Dec 8 08:17:28 PST 2011
That's the primary objective of the Internet and telecommunications
and SM networks. Official spies are no longer the only ones and may
be the least threatening but a handy stimulus for all-too-suspicious
privacy and security products that have all-too-hackable holes and,
ahem, faulty implementations to be blamed on the victims who
shouldn't trust shit, so says those who rush shit to market.
Damn, who is who in the race to cruelly exploit while waving a flag
Somebody crankily said he is fed up with newly discovered security
breaches and faults which turn out to be false alarms hiding deeper
treacheries which turn out to be "harmless" design features which
turn out to be fucked-up works in progress forced to market by
economic and political ambitions. So what if a few thousands
die, "compared to auto and cancer and suicide deaths those
Apologists have it right. Jump to admit minor, formulaic, entertaining
errors to divert attention from unspeakables.
At 04:48 PM 12/8/2011 +0100, you wrote:
>It's official. See page 17 of
>"The primary objective in data retention is traffic analysis and mass
>By analyzing the retained data governments can identify an individual's
>their associates and members of a group, such as political opponents."
>That's remarkably candid.
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