On 06/27/2013 07:34 AM, Richard J. Williams wrote:
>>> So, you don't want to talk about how the black hatter
>>> hackers work, but you trust the red hatters. LoL!
> Bhairitu:
>> You don't  want to talk about it either.
> So, you haven't read the book. Go figure.
> Nobody seems to want to talk about it, but I did kind
> of expect the program hackers on FFL to tell me what's
> up with the hacking. Some informant you turned out to
> be!
>> You just post links to articles. Apparently you don't
>> understand what's in the articles.
> You're linked already. Out in California in the Bay Area,
> they are recording your license plate number and VIN
> every time you drive out your driveway.
> They know who you are, who you are friends with, and who
> you text and talk to. Along with your SS number they
> know everything about you - there's no secrets anymore!
> Your license-plate data is instantly sent to the nearest
> intelligence data center.
> According to what I've read, the database will be
> capable of handling over 100 million records inside a
> rather large black ops building with no windows and a
> fence around it with armed guards at the gate, FOREVER.
> The license plate data will be accessible to local and
> state law enforcement across the region in a moment's
> notice and shared with the FBI and the NSA.
> And that's just the tip of the iceberg when you consider
> that under Obamacare, all your medical records will be
> digitized and stored and shared in a database, so they
> can see if you've have any medical insurance. Go figure.
> "At a rapid pace, and mostly hidden from the public,
> police agencies throughout California have been
> collecting millions of records on drivers and feeding
> them to intelligence fusion centers operated by local,
> state and federal law enforcement..."
> "License-plate readers let police collect millions of
> records on drivers'
> http://tinyurl.com/pnac4gm
> 'Think NSA Spying Is Bad? Here Comes ObamaCare Hub'
> http://tinyurl.com/ohvsdt2
>> If you have questions then ask so we can explain
>> some of these tings to you.
> Thanks. So, who is Edward Snowden?
> 'We Are Anonymous'
> Inside the Hacker World of LulzSec, Anonymous, and the
> Global Cyber Insurgency
> by P. Olsen
> Back Bay Books, 2013

Already discussed it yesterday.  Didn't you decode the message or did 
you lose your decoder ring already?

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