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FRIDAY, APR 26, 2013  |  6 comments
U.S. gives big, secret push to Internet surveillance

Senior Obama administration officials have secretly authorized the interception of communications carried on portions of networks operated by AT&T and other Internet service providers, a practice that might otherwise be illegal under federal wiretapping laws.

The secret legal authorization from the Justice Department originally applied to a cybersecurity pilot project in which the military monitored defense contractors' Internet links. Since then, however, the program has been expanded by President Obama to cover all critical infrastructure sectors including energy, healthcare, and finance starting June 12.

"The Justice Department is helping private companies evade federal wiretap laws," said Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, which obtained over 1,000 pages of internal government documents and provided them to CNET this week. "Alarm bells should be ...


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News Item4/26/13 1:27 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Barry from KY wrote:
I think that Unprofitable Servant is right Mike, "W" pushed thru the 'Patriot Act' and now the government can listen in on communications and internet traffic. It's all for national security.
Ok, I confess, I was being a tad sarcastic on the Bush comment. Will agree that it started under the previous administration and the current POTUS is just expanding it. However, one might notice that we had don't ask don't tell under Bush, no funding going to overseas for abortions, and "gay marriage" was illegal. So, the president does not always follow the actions of his predecessor.
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News Item4/26/13 1:08 PM
Barry from KY | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from KY
Mike wrote:
The news says: "Senior Obama administration officials have secretly authorized the interception of communications carried on portions of networks operated by AT&T and other Internet service providers, a practice that might otherwise be illegal under federal wiretapping laws."
Just out of curiosity, how does that which is illegal become legal without a change in the law itself? I might suggest it is still illegal until Congress changes the law, not the exec branch secretly skirting it. But that would be the constitutional thing to do, and these antinomians care little about such matters.
I think that Unprofitable Servant is right Mike, "W" pushed thru the 'Patriot Act' and now the government can listen in on communications and internet traffic. It's all for national security.
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News Item4/26/13 12:50 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Actually, the same website says it is new.

https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2013/04/report-obama-officials-authorized-new-cybersecurity-warrantless-surveillance

but am sure it is all due to republican corruption under "baby face Bush" and the current administration is blameless

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News Item4/26/13 12:18 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The news says: "Senior Obama administration officials have secretly authorized the interception of communications carried on portions of networks operated by AT&T and other Internet service providers, a practice that might otherwise be illegal under federal wiretapping laws."

Just out of curiosity, how does that which is illegal become legal without a change in the law itself? I might suggest it is still illegal until Congress changes the law, not the exec branch secretly skirting it. But that would be the constitutional thing to do, and these antinomians care little about such matters.

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News Item4/26/13 11:54 AM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Good.

Maybe some of their operators will be converted by eavesdropping on conversations and testimonies from some of our more faithful brothers and sisters online.

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News Item4/26/13 6:58 AM
Scott McMahan | Internet  Find all comments by Scott McMahan
And this isn't new, see: https://www.eff.org/nsa-spying/
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