Pass Notes When The Gov't Spies
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Posted 15 August 2012 - 12:26 AM
"Part of Case against Mosque Spying Dismissed". ABCNews, LA, 15Aug2012
"Is there any Escape from Trapwire ?", CounterPunch, 14Aug2012
In the first citation, a Mosque was spied on by an FBI informant who portrayed himself as a revert an then went public with his activities.
In the second citation, the article opines on Trapwire, Inc. and gov'ts. Spied upon everywhere, the article challenges at the end: "The Struggle is...(to) remain ambiguous."
Trapwire,Inc has a website you can visit.
On RT.com today, they were discussing spying. NeoStasi actvities. Stratfor. Wikileaks.
Several years ago, at San Jose Mercury News, I was relating about police spying in my town and how they did it and where -in reply/comment to one of their articles.
At that time I suggested that the antidote to neo-Stasi activities is to do what we did in school:
Do Not Talk Pass Notes
In addition to Internet monitoring, integrated CCTV, Phone Tracking-even when turned-off, License Plate tracking(by Abraxis), here are a couple of things forgotten in recent news:
In the 1960s, the Stasi could call your landline phone and slightly break the connection so your phone did not ring but the line would remain open even when the phone was on the hook. Then they could listen to anything going on.
In the 1970s, people with Cable Television were warned that the cable companies and police could listen into your home or office. The television's speakers are just large microphones, and by self-canceling the out outgoing programs, they could listen inside your home. Later technology allowed this even when the television was shutoff.
In the 1980s, telephone tapping could be done at a range of 2 miles without physical connection to the lines. In otherwords, listenening to what is on telephone lines two miles away.
And a technique widely used in the 1990s, your home's plumbing is a waveguide. So eavesdropping plugs are placed in or near to your drain (and sometimes in some conditions the faucets) and the radio wave goes out into the sewer system where it is the picked-up and recorded. This makes counter-measures very ineffective. The devices' size are pinhead.
Any other counter-gov't ideas ?
Point out someone afraid to behave himself and I'll show you a coward.
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