[Linux-aus] Seeking feedback - EFA Citizens Not Suspects campaign
daniel.subs at internode.on.net
Tue Jun 25 16:20:18 EST 2013
On 25/06/13 15:48, Bret Busby wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Jun 2013, Daniel Black wrote:
>> For all interested the committee report is published
> As the proverb says, "Be Afraid - Be Very Afraid"
> Recommendations 22 and 36 provide for ASIO to force entry into anyone's
> house, breach any security on their computer(s), and, institute from
> those computers, attacks such as Denial of Service attacks, on computers
> of targets of ASIO, targets including dissidents and political parties
> that are critical of, or opposed to, the party in power at the time.
> That is just one of the effects of the sinister nature of the
> australian federal parliament.
> And, of course, the provisions maintain the provision for ASIO to
> conceal and deny any of its actions.
> So, the australian federal parliament and ASIO, are just agents for the
> NSA, all so that the USA president and the australian federal parliament
> and the ASIO agents, can get their jollies, from reading the gossip of
> Australian schoolgirls and schoolboys, and looking at pictures that the
> schoolgirls and schoolboys, should probably not be revealing to anyone
> else, of themselves.
> It's all about government voyeurism, and, malignant actions involving
> computers, by governments.
> And, we , the public, have no-one to protect us.
> "Be Afraid - Be Very Afraid"...
Unless you can prove this you're no better than previous LCA keynote who
peddles wild made up stories based on fear, uncertainty and doubt and
wild extrapolations to create your own super villain story.
Lack of (public) evidence to the contrary doesn't make it true.
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