[ExI] The NSA's new data center
spike66 at att.net
Thu Mar 29 00:42:03 UTC 2012
>... On Behalf Of Mike Dougherty
Subject: Re: [ExI] The NSA's new data center
On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 2:26 PM, spike <spike66 at att.net> wrote:
>> ...What would be even better is if some of you code-hipster privacy fans
> can figure out a way to arrange for others to log on as me elsewhere
> and still make it become part of my online profile and my search
>...If use Tor (for example) you become responsible for the actions of every
other user of that service...I wouldn't risk it.
I would, but only after selecting a group I know well enough to trust. They
would do nothing illegal, which actually isn't all that much: we know we
can't threaten people or such as that. In the US with the first amendment,
there isn't that much you can post which is illegal. We know there are two
religions which are protected from blasphemy against them. One shares the
root word with our term "science" and the other is protected by the fact
that if you post anything against it, they might kill you. I forget the
name of that one. Presbyterian perhaps, or Episcopalian, one of those. Big
in the oil countries I understand.
Other than threats and anything against those two religions, all is fair
game for obscuring my own search history. Actually I already do this. We
came up with the idea during Extro5, and had a bunch of friends do it.
After that, Robert Bradbury wrote some of the stuff which has my name on it.
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