If I was hired by the government to manage 9-11 damage control & web discussion, one of the things I would do is post links to articles on forums where intelligent conversation is taking place. And some of those links would be "toxic" - taking you to websites that install spyware, viruses, etc. on your computer.
This is "basic computing" - I don't think I'm giving any government watchdogs any ideas they didn't have. What I'm trying to say is, BE CAREFUL when visiting websites linked to. I think it is prudent to have a dedicated computer for web-surfing - so that if it is compromised, it doesn't damage the workstation you use for your own work.
I had this happen once with a website linked to from Carolyn Baker's website.http://www.carolynbaker.net/
She was a writer for Michael Ruppert, and is one of the few college professors in the United States who actually taught a MIHOP version of 9-11 to her students.
As an aside, as one of her students observed, "if my government did 9-11, then I don't have a government."
Anyway, around July 4, 2007, there were some good articles on her website, and I forwarded them to a woman I was emailing with. Well, it turned out that one of those links was toxic - it installed a virus or spyware on my computer, which was easy for me to deal with. However, the woman I forwarded it to wasn't very computer literate, got really upset, blamed it on me, and told me never to email her again.
As a result, a wedge was driven between myself and another student of American history. Actually, a woman that was responsible for leading a resolution to impeach George Bush in her town, someone I cared about.
Cliff notes - "Shields UP, Scotty !" when you're using the Internet & especially when you're using websites that corporate America/ the perpetrators of 9-11/ etc. would like to see shut down.