Friday, 9 August 2013

#NSA #ECHELON FLASHBACK 3rd November 1999 #OpNSA #EdSnowden

"Wednesday, 3 November, 1999, 11:35 GMT
Echelon spy network revealed

By Andrew Bomford of BBC Radio 4's PM programme

Imagine a global spying network that can eavesdrop on every single phone call, fax or e-mail, anywhere on the planet.

It sounds like science fiction, but it's true.

Two of the chief protagonists - Britain and America - officially deny its existence. But the BBC has confirmation from the Australian Government that such a network really does exist and politicians on both sides of the Atlantic are calling for an inquiry.

On the North Yorkshire moors above Harrogate they can be seen for miles, but still they are shrouded in secrecy. Around 30 giant golf balls, known as radomes, rise from the US military base at Menwith Hill.

Linked to the NSA

Inside is the world's most sophisticated eavesdropping technology, capable of listening-in to satellites high above the earth."


And of course, of attacking lawyers, in the UK, from Menwith Hill.

Right, INSANE BALD DWARF of the MORON MAFIA, funder and ARMER of TERRORISTS conducting WAR CRIMES and WAR CRIMES, how much more MORONIC or INSANE, could he get now;  crashing global international legal orders by INVADING EMBASSIES.

And of course, he even STUFFS SNUFFED SNAKES!


Dare you take PROTECTION,


In the words of one of England's leading
ebusiness lawyers

"Chapter three is about 'Pretty Good Privacy'.[*]  Again the chapter was very practically useful. As someone who tries badly at IT conferences to explain digital signatures and my own amusing and ultimately unsuccessful attempt to get one working, this chapter would have helped had one access to it earlier." [*] PGP®! - the world's de-facto standard in encryption AND digital signature (online authentication of identity) technology
"The examples given throughout the text are particularly helpful in explaining the areas covered.  There is a useful one on Identity theft*.  Few of the existing internet law books explain such practical and important matters as well as this product does."* business & personal covered
"I reviewed this publication with unjustified low expectations and was very pleasantly surprised."
"Use of practical examples ... ensures that the reader sees how security issues can arise in practice in the use of email and the internet"
"For anyone seeking to hide their identity,... it is full of useful tips and hints"
"... It would be the kind of product to ask new recruits to an IT department to read before they start advising on this area of the law and would even be useful for personnel and IT departments themselves in dealing with some of the privacy and email legal issues which arise from time to time."
"It is a book ideally suited to electronic format with pictures of screen displays, things to do to get privacy and other elements working and practical advice and guidance..."
Excerpts from the book review entitled 'James Bond - IT Lawyer' written by Susan Singleton, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales (and author of over 20 books on ecommerce business law and data protection risk management issues)  published in IT Law Today (July/August 2002 Edition, p.32), published by [publishers of over 200 legal titles including the Lloyds of London Law Reports].  Editors note:  this whole review available by fax, email or post via Sweet & Maxwell's 'DOCDELL' service - circa £15.00/$25.00.

or are you so MUCH of a SLAVE that you daren't even do that?


The White Rabbit!  

Operations PRONTO U Human!

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