The Goverment/Media does not control the Internet yet.<quoted text>
Thank you "Therealnews"...my friend ...
People think that your government will tell you everything ...right!
FBI have files on their citizens...maybe on me too.
I have been writing to White House ...
My neighbor writes to local paper and not happy what is going on this days...Secret Service came twice and took his computer, cell phones etc.
He keeps writing and complaining about our government ...
Again, thank you!
So keep on talking, writing, comunicating, because it is only a matter of time before they come after the Internet.
A Reason interview with NSA whistleblower Russell Tice
http://tinyurl.com/2jtgsc / January 13, 2006
In December, New York Times reporters James Risen and Eric Lichtblau commandeered the news cycle with the revelation that President Bush had approved a program of warrantless wiretaps of domestic-to-international communications by the super-secretive National Security Agency. Days later, they disclosed that the NSA's electronic eavesdropping may have been far more extensive than initial reports suggested, involving the harvesting of enormous volumes of telecommunications data for analysis.
One of their sources was former NSA insider Russell Tice, who earlier this week told ABC News that the communications of millions of Americans might have been vacuumed up in one of a number of classified NSA programs. "If you picked the word 'jihad' out of a conversation," Tice explained, "the technology exists that you focus in on that conversation, and you pull it out of the system for processing."
EXCLUSIVE: National Security Agency Whistleblower Warns Domestic Spying Program Is Sign the U.S. is Decaying Into a Police State
http://tinyurl.com/b9zo5 / January 3rd, 2006
Former NSA intelligence agent Russell Tice condemns reports that the Agency has been engaged in eavesdropping on U.S. citizens without court warrants. Tice has volunteered to testify before Congress about illegal black ops programs at the NSA. Tice said,The freedom of the American people cannot be protected when our constitutional liberties are ignored and our nation has decayed into a police state."
We turn now to the growing controversy over President Bushs decision to order the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on U.S. citizens inside the country without the legally required court warrants. http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl...