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« Reply #40 on: June 08, 2013, 08:59:00 AM »


Force all Law Enforcement Officers to wear uniform embedded cameras.

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/force-all-law-enforcement-officers-wear-uniform-embedded-cameras/Mx2KDCtl

Recently many videos showing misconduct by Police have been surfacing. These videos range from Police brutality, to illegal stop and search. It is important to keep our Law Enforcement Officers honest.

These videos then need to be reviewed by a Civilian Review Board. Why? Because all too often the "Blue Code" keeps officers from being reprimanded for their behavior.

One of the major issues that will be faced is that Police turn their cameras off before they partake in behavior unbecoming of an Officer of the Law. As such, these cameras should ALWAYS be on. Turning them off should be seen as suspicious behavior. Multiple "malfunctions" should also lead to investigation of tampering with the camera.

We live in a different world than our forefathers. It's time we start acting like it.

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« Reply #41 on: June 08, 2013, 09:06:45 AM »
Obama says PRISM is for finding "Terrorists", but his administration said recently that "THE WAR ON TERROR IS OVER". Which is it, Obama? Lying again? It seems like that is all you know how to do, along with your globalist chump puppetmasters, some of which sit in Bilderberg meetings right now in England thinking they have the right to control all of humanity from their ivory towers of lies and deceit.  ::)


Obama on Prism, Phone Spying Controversy: "No One Is Listening To Your Phone Calls" (But how about through other means, Obama? The words games need to end, as well as the lies. THEY ARE UNBECOMING OF SOMEONE WHO CALLS THEMSELVES A PRESIDENT.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rENTl5JKzlQ

Obama Administration Declares "War on Terror" is Over
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6QXI0nI6E0


OBAMA AND HIS CONTROLLERS (THE GLOBALISTS AND THEIR MINIONS WHO SURROUND HIM) ARE ALL LOOKING LIKE BIG FAT LIARS IN ALL WAYS. ALL OF THESE PEOPLE ARE PATHETIC! THIS IS BUT ONE MORE PATHETIC LIE BEING TOLD TO THE PUBLIC. "YOU ALL LIE"! SHAMEFUL!  >:(
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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #42 on: June 08, 2013, 10:21:47 AM »


DID YOU KNOW?: Two Secretive Israeli
Companies Reportedly Bugged The US
Telecommunications Grid For The NSA


Michael Kelley    | Jun. 7, 2013, 11:20 AM

The newest information regarding the NSA domestic spying scandal ( http://www.businessinsider.com/the-washington-post-backtracks-on-claim-tech-companies-participate-knowingly-in-the-nsas-data-collection-2013-6 ) raises an important question: If America's tech giants didn't 'participate knowingly' in the dragnet of electronic communication, how does the NSA get all of their data?

One theory: the NSA hired two secretive Israeli companies to wiretap the U.S. telecommunications network.

In April 2012 Wired's James Bamford — author of the book "The Shadow Factory: The NSA from 9/11 to the Eavesdropping on America" — reported that two companies with extensive links to Israel's intelligence service provided hardware and software the U.S. telecommunications network for the National Security Agency (NSA).

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Both Verint and Narus were founded in Israel in the 1990s. Both provide monitoring and intercept capabilities to service providers and government organizations, promoting claims that their equipment can access and retain large amounts of information on a vast number of targets.

From Robert Poe of Wired:

Narus' product, the Semantic Traffic Analyzer, is a software application that runs on standard IBM or Dell servers using the Linux operating system. It's renowned within certain circles for its ability to inspect traffic in real time on high-bandwidth pipes, identifying packets of interest as they race by at up to 10 Gbps.



"*Anything that comes through (an internet protocol network), we can record," Steve Bannerman, marketing vice president of Narus, a Mountain View, California company, said. "We can reconstruct all of their e-mails along with attachments, see what web pages they clicked on, we can reconstruct their (voice over internet protocol) calls."

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In 2011 another former chief of Unit 8200 acknowledged to the Israeli paper Haartez that high-tech firms around the world employ both Unit 8200 equipment and its veteran personnel.

From Bamford Wired (emphasis ours):

“Cautious estimates indicate that in the past few years... Unit 8200 veterans have set up some 30 to 40 high-tech companies, including 5 to 10 that were floated on Wall Street.” Referred to only as “Brigadier General B,” he added, “This correlation between serving in the intelligence Unit 8200 and starting successful high-tech companies is not coincidental: Many of the technologies in use around the world and developed in Israel were originally military technologies and were developed and improved by Unit veterans.”

READ ARTICLE w/LINKS ~~~>http://www.businessinsider.com/israelis-bugged-the-us-for-the-nsa-2013-6
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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #43 on: June 08, 2013, 10:36:43 AM »


Remember this interview from August, 2012?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=590cy1biewc

NSA Whistleblower Details How The NSA
Has Spied On US Citizens Since 9/11


http://www.businessinsider.com/nsa-whistleblower-william-binney-explains-nsa-surveillance-2012-8

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National Security Agency whistleblower William Binney explains how the secretive agency run its pervasive domestic spying apparatus in a new piece by Laura Poitras in The New York Times.

Binney—one of the best mathematicians and code breakers in NSA history—worked for the Defense Department's foreign signals intelligence agency for 32 years before resigning in late 2001 because he "could not stay after the NSA began purposefully violating the Constitution."

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« Reply #44 on: June 08, 2013, 02:44:33 PM »
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/7/the-national-security-agencys-collection-of-phone-/?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS

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William Binney, an award-winning mathematician and noted NSA whistleblower, says the collection dates back to when the super-secret agency began domestic surveillance after the Sept. 11 attacks.

“I believe they’ve been collecting data about all domestic calls since October 2001,” said Mr. Binney, who worked at NSA for more than 30 years. “That’s more than a billion calls a day.”

He called his figures “back of the envelope” estimates, adding that they include emails as well as telephone calls.

Mr. Binney, who left the agency in October 2001, said the data were collected under a highly classified NSA program code-named “Stellar Wind,” which was part of the warrantless domestic wiretapping effort — the Terrorist Surveillance Program — launched on orders from President George W. Bush.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Binney_(U.S._intelligence_official)

William Binney is a former highly placed intelligence official turned whistleblower with the United States National Security Agency (NSA)[1], resigning on October 31, 2001 after over 30 years with the agency

http://www.democracynow.org/appearances/william_binney

http://www.democracynow.org/2013/6/6/nsa_whistleblowers_all_us_citizens_targeted
NSA Whistleblowers: "All U.S. Citizens" Targeted by Surveillance Program, Not Just Verizon Customers

http://www.franklincountyvapatriots.com/2012/03/20/nsas-spy-center/
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An official involved with the program has said “this is more than just a data center.” It hopes to be the ultimate code-cracking facility:

The NSA made an enormous breakthrough several years ago in its ability to cryptanalyze, or break, unfathomably complex encryption systems employed by not only governments around the world but also many average computer users in the US. The upshot, according to this official:

 “Everybody’s a target; everybody with communication is a target.”
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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #45 on: June 08, 2013, 05:02:25 PM »
Cavuto Cuts Mic on 'Obnoxious' Liberal Guest Echoing White House Talking Points
June 08, 2013 - By Noel Sheppard


Cavuto asked his guest, “What part of Custer don’t you understand here, where you’re surrounded, and you see one incident after another that comes up, and it all it all comes back to the same basic issue: privacy’s invaded or potentially invaded, institutions of all sorts doing pretty much the same thing. There is a pattern.”

“If you want to conflate and combine all these issues and then make these general statements, you can do that,” Epstein said. “I just don’t think it’s a thoughtful way of approaching it.”

Cavuto interrupted his guest and shouted, “Why don’t you think about what I said, Julian? I’m asking you to think and connect all the – no, no, Julian, don’t play the politics game.”

“I don’t connect the dots,” argued Epstein.

This got Cavuto even angrier. “Julian, I’m telling you, drop the liberal thing and focus on the reality thing."

continues:
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« Reply #46 on: June 08, 2013, 05:41:06 PM »
4 Unanswered Questions About NSA Leaks
Jun 8, 2013 - By ABBY D. PHILLIP
http://abcnews.go.com/m/story?id=19351646
 


ABC News spoke to Marc Ambinder, co-author of "Deep State: Inside the Government's Secrecy Industry," about how the leaker could have done it and what may happen next.

Following is an edited transcript of the interview.

ABC News:  How could someone manage to leak this kind of sensitive information?

Marc Ambinder: The first thing that caught my eye about the Powerpont document was "ORCON." It's a phrase that is put on classified documents to refer to the control mechanisms where the originator of the document is the controller -- meaning it's sensitive enough that I'm the only person who gets to decide who sees it.

Documents with that particular marking on it are always viewed in areas that are cleared for top-secret data. And you can't view the document, print the document or take a screen grab of the document without leaving an audit trail. Every document that they look at is recorded internally.

Someone could print out a document like that and walk out with it and even make a copy of it. But even making a color copy of it leaves a record or a trial.

ABC News:  What kind of person would do this?

Ambinder: If the person who did this risked leaving a trail or clues that the government can find they are obviously very disturbed with the foundation on which the modern surveillance state rests and wanted to do something dramatic about it.

It's much easier to leak information that is classified as secret, but the government is obsessive about top-secret information.

No document like this has ever been leaked from the NSA. The NSA has its own counter-intelligence team known as the Q force whose job it is to work on preventing leaks like this.

I think there's one person or entity that's doing this [leaking both information about PRISM and the government's collection of phone data records].

If I were in the government trying to do this, I would try to recruit likeminded friends and try to circumvent the risk of the secrecy apparatus. It would be very difficult and dangerous. He or she took enormous risks to do this.

ABC News:  But what about Bradley Manning? He was able to leak sensitive information in Wikileaks by slipping it out, essentially, on a thumb drive.

Ambinder:  That was in a war zone and, at the time, flash drive and CD use were quasi-permitted. And the information was on a computer that was classified at the secret level.

Information at the top-secret level is on a completely different level. Top secret systems are completely different. They are internally monitored and watched much more carefully.

ABC News: What happens now? How will the government respond?

Ambinder: I don't blame the government for launching a leak investigation. From the government's perspective, documents involving top-secret information usually involve sources and methods whose revelation would significantly impact national security. Those are the types of things that are classified at this level.

The documents are time-stamped, so the government can figure out instantly the universe of 4,000 people who can see them at a particular time. They'll do what they do. They may polygraph 4,000 people, which is not unusual for them to do in leak investigations like that.

We will know the identity of the leaker before too long. The leaker, when caught, would be treated prosecutorially a lot harsher if they are caught -- even from Bradley Manning -- because the document was classified at a higher level.
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« Reply #47 on: June 08, 2013, 07:41:25 PM »
So I take it if Michael Jackson, Jerry Sandusky and Jimmy Savile had their "activities" with young children classified, it would have been illegal for a whistle blower to alert the media?

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« Reply #48 on: June 09, 2013, 02:25:50 AM »
Intelligence chief acknowledges surveillance program

James Clapper says the PRISM computer system has obtained information under U.S. law and with oversight from a secret court.


WASHINGTON — The nation's top intelligence official formally acknowledged the Internet surveillance program code-named PRISM on Saturday, saying it had obtained foreign intelligence information from U.S. Internet companies under laws passed by Congress and with oversight from a secret intelligence court.


The four-page statement by James Clapper, director of national intelligence, came after several days of what he described as "reckless disclosures" to the media about classified National Security Agency operations that vacuum up and archive domestic telephone records and can access Internet material.

"Disclosing information about the specific methods the government uses to collect communications can obviously give our enemies a 'playbook' of how to avoid detection," Clapper said.

Clapper said he authorized the release of details "to dispel some of the myths and add necessary context to what has been published."

"PRISM is not an undisclosed collection or data-mining program," Clapper said. "It is an internal government computer system used to facilitate the government's statutorily authorized collection of foreign intelligence information from electronic communication service providers under court supervision."

Clapper denied reports published in the Washington Post and Britain's Guardian newspaper last week that the NSA, which conducts cyber spying, has direct access to the servers of Google, Facebook and Apple, among other companies. His statement Saturday largely supports their denials that they allowed U.S. intelligence agencies virtually unrestricted access to their servers.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-internet-surveillance-20130609,0,6443299.story



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« Reply #49 on: June 09, 2013, 02:48:43 AM »
Attorney general under pressure to open more leak inquiries

(Reuters) - Attorney General Eric Holder appears to have little choice but to launch a new round of investigations into media leaks, the very issue that consumed him for the last month and led to renewed calls for his resignation.

Holder's Justice Department was called upon to identify the leaker of sensitive information when on Saturday the super-secret National Security Agency filed a report requesting a criminal investigation.

U.S. officials said an investigation will undoubtedly try to uncover the leaker who gave a secret court order to Britain's Guardian newspaper, as well as whoever gave a document describing surveillance methods to both the Guardian and the Washington Post.

U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Saturday blamed the outlets for what he called "reckless disclosures" of classified spy agency material.

The test for Holder comes as he deals with fierce bipartisan criticism for his agency's tactics in pursuing media records in other leak investigations. President Barack Obama ordered him last month to review Justice Department procedures for handling media cases, leading Holder to conduct a series of private meetings with news executives and lawyers.

Those sessions focused on two Justice Department leak inquiries that brought an outcry after media records were seized without advance notice and one news reporter was labeled a criminal co-conspirator in documents seeking his records.

Clapper on Saturday aggressively defended secret U.S. data collection, blasting the Guardian and the Post for disclosing the highly classified spy agency project code-named PRISM.

A Justice Department spokesman declined to comment.


http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/09/us-usa-security-holder-idUSBRE95800620130609
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« Reply #51 on: June 09, 2013, 02:12:12 PM »
gee and what do think they do with your atm and credit card charges?
How do you like being bathed in WIFI?


look close at Utah and Denver:
http://maps.level3.com/default/#.UbTFmCTn-Hs

http://www.telecompetitor.com/level-3-to-acquire-global-crossing/

The telecom consolidation engine is in full swing as the latest announced deal has Level 3 acquiring Global Crossing. The deal is an all stock transaction valued at $3 billion (based on April 8, 2011 share prices), including assumption of $1.1 billion in net Global Crossing debt.

The move catapults Colorado based Level 3 into a larger global player with a network spanning across more than 50 countries with connections to more than 70. Their current footprint focused largely on North America with a European presence as well.

http://cryptome.org/0001/nsa-l3-peers.htm
30 September 2008

Please note the following, current as of 2100hrs GMT 29Sep2008:

A list containing of all Level 3/NSA AS peers can be found at:

http://www.robtex.com/asmacro/as-level3-origins.html (3.4MB)
While not all Level 3 AS Peers' IP ranges are affiliated with NSA, all of NSA's IP ranges used to date are assigned from among those AS Peers listed here.
30 September 2008

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread214664/pg1

AT&T technician Mark Klein learned of a secret room installed in the company's San Francisco internet switching center ... what he saw and learnt prompted him to call at the Electronic Frontier Foundation unannounced in late January 2005 with documents in hand. The EFF was already preparing a class-action lawsuit against AT&T for allegedly turning over customer phone-record data to the NSA -- relying on reporting from the Los Angeles Times about AT&T giving the NSA access to a phone-record database with 1.88 trillion entries.

 Now a heavily redacted 40 page document document by internet expert J. ScottMarcus has been supplied and is available here.

In the above example, my traffic is jumping from Level 3 Communications to AT&T's network in San Francisco, presumably over the OC-48 circuit that AT&T tapped on February 20th, 2003, according to the Klein docs

The magic string you're looking for is sffca.ip.att.net. If it's present immediately above or below a non-att.net entry, then -- by Klein's allegations -- your packets are being copied into room 641A, and from there, illegally, to the NSA.

http://blip.tv/peace-and-tolerance/mark-klein-att-gov-spying-on-you-477282

Mark Klein - ATT & Gov. Spying On YOU!

Nov. 7  2007: Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician, will testify tomorrow before the Senate Judiciary Committed that AT&T had technology which helped the Bush administration spy on emails. He discusses with 'Countdown's' Keith Olbermann. In 2002, Mark Klein, a former technician for AT&T, came forward with information that the company was collecting data for the National Security Agency. His testimony was central to several class-action lawsuits against AT&T for its alleged wiretapping. Klein is now in Washington, D.C., to speak out against a possible Senate deal that would grant immunity to AT&T and the other telecoms for their role in NSA surveillance — effectively nullifying those lawsuits. Robert Siegel talks with Klein.


https://www.eff.org/fa/pages/news-coverage-mark-klein-washington

News Coverage of Mark Klein in WashingtonNovember 11, 2007
CNN Money
 US Intelligence Official: People Must Redefine Privacy
By Pamela Hess


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Klein

Mark Klein is a former AT&T technician who leaked knowledge of his company's cooperation with the United States National Security Agency in installing network hardware to monitor and process American telecommunications. The subsequent media coverage became a major story in May 2006.

In recognition of his actions, the Electronic Frontier Foundation picked Klein as one of the winners of its 2008 Pioneer Awards.[1]

For over 22 years Mark Klein worked for AT&T. Starting with the company as a Communications Technician in New York, where he remained from November 1981 until March 1991, he later continued in that capacity in California until 1998. From January 1998 to October 2003, Klein worked as a Computer Network Associate in San Francisco. From October 2003 to May 2004 he returned to the role of Communications Technician, after which he retired in May 2004.[
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« Reply #52 on: June 09, 2013, 04:08:38 PM »
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« Reply #53 on: June 09, 2013, 04:39:04 PM »


THE NSA WHISTLEBLOWER REVEALED ...

... thanks to chrisalfieri from another thread:


http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=246943.0;topicseen


                                          Edward Snowden

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« Reply #54 on: June 09, 2013, 05:01:14 PM »
Government Spying: Should We Be Shocked?
http://the-free-foundation.org/tst6-10-2013.html
 

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Last week we saw dramatic new evidence of illegal government surveillance of our telephone calls, and of the National Security Agency’s deep penetration into American companies such as Facebook and Microsoft to spy on us. The media seemed shocked.

Many of us are not so surprised.

Some of us were arguing back in 2001 with the introduction of the so-called PATRIOT Act that it would pave the way for massive US government surveillance—not targeting terrorists but rather aimed against American citizens. We were told we must accept this temporary measure to provide government the tools to catch those responsible for 9/11. That was nearly twelve years and at least four wars ago.

We should know by now that when it comes to government power-grabs, we never go back to the status quo even when the “crisis” has passed. That part of our freedom and civil liberties once lost is never regained. How many times did the PATRIOT Act need renewed? How many times did FISA authority need expanded? Why did we have to pass a law to grant immunity to companies who hand over our personal information to the government?

It was all a build-up of the government’s capacity to monitor us.

The reaction of some in Congress and the Administration to last week’s leak was predictable. Knee-jerk defenders of the police state such as Senator Lindsey Graham declared that he was “glad” the government was collecting Verizon phone records—including his own—because the government needs to know what the enemy is up to. Those who take an oath to defend the Constitution from its enemies both foreign and domestic should worry about such statements.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers tells us of the tremendous benefits of this Big Brother-like program. He promises us that domestic terrorism plots were thwarted, but he cannot tell us about them because they are classified. I am a bit skeptical, however. In April, the New York Times reported that most of these domestic plots were actually elaborate sting operations developed and pushed by the FBI. According to the Times report, “of the 22 most frightening plans for attacks since 9/11 on American soil, 14 were developed in sting operations.”

Even if Chairman Rogers is right, though, and the program caught someone up to no good, we have to ask ourselves whether even such a result justifies trashing the Constitution. Here is what I said on the floor of the House when the PATRIOT Act was up for renewal back in 2011:

“If you want to be perfectly safe from child abuse and wife beating, the government could put a camera in every one of our houses and our bedrooms, and maybe there would be somebody made safer this way, but what would you be giving up? Perfect safety is not the purpose of government. What we want from government is to enforce the law to protect our liberties.”

What most undermines the claims of the Administration and its defenders about this surveillance program is the process itself. First the government listens in on all of our telephone calls without a warrant and then if it finds something it goes to a FISA court and get an illegal approval for what it has already done! This turns the rule of law and due process on its head.

The government does not need to know more about what we are doing. We need to know more about what the government is doing. We need to turn the cameras on the police and on the government, not the other way around. We should be thankful for writers like Glenn Greenwald, who broke last week’s story, for taking risks to let us know what the government is doing. There are calls for the persecution of Greenwald and the other whistle-blowers and reporters. They should be defended, as their work defends our freedom.
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« Reply #55 on: June 09, 2013, 05:04:37 PM »

THE NSA WHISTLEBLOWER REVEALED ...

... thanks to chrisalfieri from another thread:


http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=246943.0;topicseen


                                          Edward Snowden



Thanks, Edward! At least there is one man employed in the CIA! What's wrong with the rest of you? Little boyz with no integrity?  >:(
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« Reply #56 on: June 09, 2013, 05:36:56 PM »
...but please don't fear. Start using your cell phone more and more for monitary transactions, please.
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« Reply #57 on: June 09, 2013, 06:33:22 PM »
http://blip.tv/peace-and-tolerance/mark-klein-att-gov-spying-on-you-477282

Mark Klein - ATT & Gov. Spying On YOU - Video!

Nov. 7 2007 : Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician, will testify tomorrow before the Senate Judiciary Committed that AT&T had technology which helped the Bush administration spy on emails. He discusses with 'Countdown's' Keith Olbermann.

In 2002, Mark Klein, a former technician for AT&T, came forward with information that the company was collecting data for the National Security Agency. His testimony was central to several class-action lawsuits against AT&T for its alleged wiretapping. Klein is now in Washington, D.C., to speak out against a possible Senate deal that would grant immunity to AT&T and the other telecoms for their role in NSA surveillance — effectively nullifying those lawsuits. Robert Siegel talks with Klein.

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/06/09/rand_paul_on_nsa_spying_im_going_to_challenge_this_at_the_supreme_court.html
Rand Paul On NSA Spying: "I'm Going To Challenge This At The Supreme Court"
June 9, 2013

"I'm going to be asking all the internet providers and all of the phone companies: ask your customers to join me in a class action lawsuit," Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told host Chris Wallace. "If we get ten million Americans saying we don't want our phone records looked at, then maybe someone will wake up and something will change in Washington."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/09/libya-shield-benghazi-clash-militia
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5.  Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track global surveillance data
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/08/nsa-boundless-informant-global-datamining
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« Reply #58 on: June 09, 2013, 07:01:17 PM »
* Whistleblower says decided to reveal identity

* Says acted according to his conscience

* Now fears U.S. retribution, worried about his family

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/09/usa-security-identity-idUSL5N0EL0PQ20130609
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« Reply #59 on: June 09, 2013, 07:43:22 PM »
Four Things To Know About Surveillance Leaker Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden, the 29-year old defense contractor who leaked classified documents on U.S. government surveillance programs, revealed himself Sunday afternoon in interviews with The Guardian and the Washington Post.

Snowden, an employee of Booz Allen Hamilton for the last three months, moved to a Hong Kong hotel on May 20, after accessing a trove of classified information from a government office in Hawaii with the intent to reveal information on the controversial classified programs, the Guardian reported.

Last week the British paper revealed details on two classified programs—one pertaining to the seizure of all telephone metadata in the United states, and another dealing with an effort to monitor Internet activities overseas using the resources of American technology firms. The Washington Post revealed information about the second program, called PRISM. Both papers confirmed that Snowden passed them the information.

1. Snowden was previously a technical officer for the Central Intelligence Agency and worked for Dell at the National Security Agency before being hired by Booz Allen as an infrastructure analyst for the NSA in Hawaii. According to the Guardian, Snowden told supervisors he was seeking treatment for epilepsy and his girlfriend that he would be away for a few weeks before traveling to Hong Kong along with the government secrets he hoped to release. Snowden told the paper that he decided to come forward with the documents because “I don’t want to live in a world where there’s no privacy and therefore no room for intellectual exploration and creativity.”

2. Snowden voted for a third party in 2008, he told the Guardian, but believed in Obama to put an end to some of the surveillance practices. Instead, after a review, Obama continued the program according to administration officials, adding in additional layers of review to prevent abuse. He told the Guardian he “got hardened” after he “watched as Obama advanced the very policies that I thought would be reined in.”

3. Snowden claimed vast powers to both initiate surveillance and shut down the U.S. programs. “I had full access to the full rosters of everyone working at the NSA, the entire intelligence community, and undercover assets all around the world,” he told The Guardian. In a video posted on the website, Snowed claimed that “Any analyst at any time can target anyone … I, sitting at my desk, certainly have the authorities to wiretap anyone — from you or your accountant, to a federal judge, to even the President.”

Additionally he claimed he said he could shut down the entire system in an afternoon if he wanted to. The revelation that Snowden was a contractor with that wide-ranging access to some of the most closely guarded U.S. government programs is sure to provoke a reexamination of the explosion of contractors filling traditional government jobs in defense and intelligence agencies.

4. Snowden told the Post “I’m not going to hide,” but his future is uncertain. Hong Kong and the United States maintain a bilateral extradition treaty, but includes exceptions for political crimes. It is unclear how Chinese government, which maintains significant influence in the special administrative region, will react to Snowden’s presence or how they will treat him. He told the Post, he is seeking “asylum from any countries that believe in free speech and oppose the victimization of global privacy.”

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence said Sunday that the investigation has been referred to the Department of Justice. Among the possible outcomes, officials could choose to interrogate him for details on the classified information he acquired, turn him over to the United States, or grant him asylum.


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The Obama administration came under mounting bipartisan pressure on Sunday to scale back electronic surveillance following revelations last week that have raised new questions about government intrusion into citizens’ privacy.

The calls came as the UK’s Guardian newspaper revealed that the whistleblower who leaked information about US surveillance activities was Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former CIA employee who has taken refuge in Hong Kong, setting up a potentially delicate political issue with the Chinese authorities about his fate.

Speaking from his hotel room on Sunday, Mr Snowden said he revealed the documents because the programmes were an abuse of power. “[The National Security Agency is] intent on making every conversation and every form of behaviour in the world known to them,” he said.

Earlier, Democratic senator Mark Udall called for a review of the Patriot Act, which was written in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, after it was revealed that government surveillance of telephone calls and online activity was more extensive than thought.


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« Reply #60 on: June 09, 2013, 07:59:24 PM »
The government propaganda, damage control and PR is in full swing online.


Good example of a poor attempt at full spectrum dominance


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« Reply #61 on: June 09, 2013, 09:52:51 PM »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2236916/Not-just-following-orders--Nazi-prison-camp-bosses-took-pride-doing-new-study-claimed.html
Not just 'following orders':
 Nazi prison camp bosses 'took pride in what they were doing' new study claims[/b]
People do not just carry out evil acts because they naturally follow orders, say experts

 Scottish psychologists instead found they must 'believe in what they are doing'


By Amanda Williams
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« Reply #62 on: June 09, 2013, 11:35:41 PM »



The NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was condemned by US politicians and threatened with prosecution by the country's intelligence chief on Sunday after revealing himself as the Guardian's source for a series of explosive leaks on cyber surveillance.

A spokesman for the director of national intelligence, James Clapper, said Snowden's case had been referred to the justice department and US intelligence was assessing the damage caused by the disclosures.

"Any person who has a security clearance knows that he or she has an obligation to protect classified information and abide by the law," the spokesman, Shawn Turner, said.


Snowden had top-secret clearance to help run the National Security Agency's computer systems but he was a contractor, hired by the giant US defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. The company issued a statement describing the disclosures as "shocking" and pledging to co-operate with any investigation.

It said: "News reports that this individual has claimed to have leaked classified information are shocking, and if accurate, this action represents a grave violation of the code of conduct and core values of our firm. We will work closely with our clients and authorities in their investigation of this matter."

There was no immediate reaction from the White House but Peter King, the chairman of the House homeland security subcommittee, called for Snowden's extradition from Hong Kong. Snowden flew there 10 days ago to disclose top-secret documents and to give interviews to the Guardian.

"If Edward Snowden did in fact leak the NSA data as he claims, the United States government must prosecute him to the fullest extent of the law and begin extradition proceedings at the earliest date," King, a New York Republican, said in a written statement. "The United States must make it clear that no country should be granting this individual asylum. This is a matter of extraordinary consequence to American intelligence."

The US has an extradition treaty with Hong Kong, but there are exclusions for political offences.

The Republican head of the House intelligence committee, Mike Rogers, said Snowden had "released just enough information to literally be dangerous".

But Snowden drew support from civil liberty activists and organisations. Jesselyn Radack, a former justice department attorney who represents whistleblowers, told Reuters: "As a whistleblower myself, this is one of the most significant leakers in my lifetime and in US history."

Radack said she hoped the case could become "a watershed moment that could change the war on whistleblowers and the broader war on information in our country".

Thomas Drake, a former NSA executive who famously leaked information about what he considered a wasteful datamining program at the agency, said of Snowden: "He's extraordinarily brave and courageous."

Drake was investigated so intensely by the justice department that the longtime analyst was reduced to working at an Apple store until the Obama administration abruptly dropped charges that could have landed him in jail for 35 years.

"It's an extraordinarily magnanimous act of civil disobedience to disclose the Pandora's Box of the Leviathan state," Drake told the Guardian as he returned from a weekend appearance in New York at the Left Forum, where he spoke about whistleblowing and national security.

Drake was returning to Washington by train with Radack. "We've had these moments of epiphanies with things like Sandy Hook, where we talk about gun control for a week," Radack said. "I feel like this is another one of those moments writ large, where the whole country is talking about it and everyone's pretty much in agreement that the NSA has overstepped."

Russell Tice, a former NSA analyst who accused the agency in the mid-2000s of overstepping the bounds of its legal surveillance mandate, said: "This guy has more courage than anyone I know.

"The biggest threat to him right now is that the Chinese communists will make a deal with us, a good neighbour deal, to serve him up to you," Tice said. He encouraged more NSA employees to leak evidence of impropriety in the wake of Snowden's disclosure.

"I encourage everyone to read the constitution, especially about Probable Cause and  the fourth amendment, and to do the right thing," Tice said. "I'd say this young man stood up and abided by his oath and the rest are just spinmeisters."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/10/the-nsa-files-edward-snowden

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« Reply #63 on: June 09, 2013, 11:55:11 PM »
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/video/2013/jun/08/obama-internet-surveillance-video

Barack Obama defends US government programs that have reportedly conducted surveillance of people's personal phone and internet activity.
Federal authorities have allegedly been mining data from companies such as Google, Apple and Facebook to gain access to emails,
 photos and other files allowing analysts to track a person's movements and contacts.
The US president insists the surveillance programa strike a good balance between safety and privacy


Bi partisan support for violating the 4th amendment and numerous other laws.

When do we have Bi Partisan Nurenburg trials and ...................

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« Reply #64 on: June 10, 2013, 12:23:03 AM »
Peter King is a treasonous bastard! 

That is all.
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« Reply #65 on: June 10, 2013, 12:31:43 AM »
So, let's NOT discuss that WHAT was deemed 'CLASSIFIED' was criminal activity by a bunch of crooks who have some how got control or OUR, WE THE PEOPLES NSA.

Of course King has to blab this total crapola because KING knows that when these scallywags go to jail he's FRONTING FOR, he aint gonna have a job no mo.

Look at this total piece of filth.  He would look more at home dressed in a Gestapo uni as an extra on Hogan's Heros.  



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« Reply #66 on: June 10, 2013, 12:53:01 AM »

This guy was another puter coder for the man and turned whistler . These guys know too much and are scary to the Gov.
 Edward Snowden knows this. A very courageous person.

Michael Riconosciuto spoke to John O'Neill (FBI) about planned false flag in US
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=163620.0

Michael Riconosciuto & Ted Gunderson's 1986 Meeting with
'Tim Osman' (Osama bin Laden)
http://whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/bin_laden_osman.html
One week after giving an affidavit to Inslaw regarding the PROMIS software in 1991, Riconosciuto was arrested on trumped-up drug charges. The Assistant U.S. Attorney prosecuting the case attempted to cover up Riconosciuto's intelligence background by claiming to the jury he was "delusional." A TV station came and pointed a camera out at the desert at Cabazon and said, "Riconosciuto says he modified the PROMIS software here." Of course Riconosciuto didn't modify the software out between the cacti and yucca. Sand isn't good for computers. He did the modifications in offices in nearby Indio, California. The AUSA [assistant U.S. attorney] told reporters Riconosciuto had been diagnosed with a mental condition, the implication being "he's making all this stuff up".

Yes, there had been a mental evaluation of Riconosciuto. I have a copy of the report. The diagnosis? Here it is: NO MENTAL DISORDER. The Department of Justice consistently and maliciously lied to the jury, just as had been threatened by Justice Department official Peter Viednicks if Riconosciuto cooperated with the congressional investigation of PROMIS.

If the war against Osama Bin Ladin (Tim Osman) is not a total fraud, then what is Michael Riconosciuto doing in prison? Why doesn't he have an office next to Colin Powell so he can give realistic advice on Bin Ladin's thinking? And where is Ralph Olberg?

Thirty-four days before the East African embassy bombings of August 7, 1998, Riconosciuto notified the FBI in Miami that the bombings were going to take place. Two days prior to the bombings he requested of BOP (Bureau of Prisons) officials at the Federal Corrections Institution (FCI) in Coleman, FL., that he be allowed to call <http://www.iss.co.za/Pubs/Monographs/No44/ECOMOG.html> ECOMOG security headquarters to warn African officials. The BOP denied the request. Riconosciuto was mystified at being ignored by the relevant government authorities. I'm not mystified. I suspect the reason Riconosciuto was ignored was that the relevant parties, including especially the Miami FBI office, knew all along the bombings would take place. And they wanted them to happen.

The same is true with respect to the recent plane bombings of the WTC. It wasn't an intelligence "failure". The terrorist acts were deliberately allowed to happen. The actors may have been foreign. But the stage directors appear to have been all along here in the U.S. Cui bono?

Isn't it time to let Michael Riconosciuto out of prison, and wipe the slate clean of the trumped-up drug charges, and let him be a national security advisor - at least with respect to the government's pursuit of Osama Bin Ladin? Isn't it time to quit pretending Osama Bin Ladin came out of nowhere?

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« Reply #67 on: June 10, 2013, 09:43:08 AM »
Edward Snowden: saving us from the United Stasi of America
Snowden's whistleblowing gives us a chance to roll back what is tantamount to an 'executive coup' against the US constitution
Monday 10 June 2013 - Daniel Ellsberg

In my estimation, there has not been in American history a more important leak than Edward Snowden's release of NSA material – and that definitely includes the Pentagon Papers 40 years ago. Snowden's whistleblowing gives us the possibility to roll back a key part of what has amounted to an "executive coup" against the US constitution.

continues:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/jun/10/edward-snowden-united-stasi-america

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« Reply #68 on: June 10, 2013, 09:57:40 AM »
Intelligence officials overheard joking about how NSA leaker should be 'disappeared' after handing classified documents to press
9 June 2013 - By Anna Sanders and Helen Pow

*Editor-at-large of The Atlantic Steve Clemons tweeted the 'disturbing' discussion after overhearing it at Washington's Dulles airport on Saturday

*The four men were speaking loudly and 'almost bragging'

*They said both the leaker and Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald, who broke the story, should be 'disappeared'
 
*Comes after National Intelligence director James R Clapper defended the surveillance programs for keeping America safe

*NSA filed criminal report with Justice Dept. in relation to leaks to The Guardian and The Washington Post

A group of intelligence officials were overheard yesterday discussing how the National Security Agency worker who leaked sensitive documents to a reporter last week should be 'disappeared.'

Foreign policy analyst and editor at large of The Atlantic, Steve Clemons, tweeted about the 'disturbing' conversation after listening in to four men who were sitting near him as he waited for a flight at Washington's Dulles airport.

'In Dulles UAL lounge listening to 4 US intel officials saying loudly leaker & reporter on #NSA stuff should be disappeared recorded a bit,' he tweeted at 8:42 a.m. on Saturday.

According to Clemons, the men had been attending an event hosted by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2338418/Steve-Clemons-leak-Intelligence-officials-overheard-joking-NSA-leaker-disappeared-handing-classified-documents-press.html#ixzz2VozZtIAp
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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #69 on: June 10, 2013, 10:18:57 AM »

... Veterans Today's Douglas J. Hagmann reports
some disturbing info from a "DHS insider". I
know this type report has to be taken with a
grain of salt ... just sayin'.


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DHS insider: It’s about to get Very Ugly

EXCERPT:

“If anyone thinks that what’s going on right now with all of this surveillance of American citizens is to fight some sort of foreign enemy, they’re delusional. If people think that this ‘scandal’ can’t get any worse, it will, hour by hour, day by day. This has the ability to bring down our national leadership, the administration and other senior elected officials working in collusion with this administration, both Republican and Democrats. People within the NSA, the Department of Justice, and others, they know who they are, need to come forth with the documentation of ‘policy and practice’ in their possession, disclose what they know, fight what’s going on, and just do their job. I have never seen anything like this, ever. The present administration is going after leakers, media sources, anyone and everyone who is even suspected of 'betrayal.' That?s what they call it, ‘betrayal.’ Can you believe the size of their cahones? This administration considers anyone telling the truth about Benghazi, the IRS, hell, you name the issue, ‘betrayal,’” he said.

“We know all this already,” I stated. He looked at me, giving me a look like I’ve never seen, and actually pushed his finger into my chest. “You don’t know jack,” he said, “this is bigger than you can imagine, bigger than anyone can imagine. This administration is collecting names of sources, whistle blowers and their families, names of media sources and everybody they talk to and have talked to, and they already have a huge list. If you’re not working for MSNBC or CNN, you’re probably on that list. If you are a website owner with a brisk readership and a conservative bent, you’re on that list. It’s a political dissident list, not an enemy threat list,” he stated.

“What’s that exactly mean, being on that list, that is,” I asked, trying to make sense of it all.

“It means that there will be censorship under the color of authority of anyone in the U.S. who is attempting to expose what’s going on in our name. It’s about controlling any damning information from reaching epidemic proportions. It’s damage control to the extreme. It’s about the upcoming censorship of the internet in the name of national security. The plans are already in place. These latest reports about ‘spying eyes’ have turned this administration and others connected to it into something very, very dangerous. They feel cornered and threatened, and I’m hearing about some plans they have to shut down the flow of information that is implicating them of wrongdoing. Time is short,” he stated.

READ ARTICLE HERE ~~~>http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/06/09/dhs-insider-its-about-to-get-very-ugly/

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« Reply #70 on: June 10, 2013, 10:31:28 AM »
Peter King is the last person in Congress I would be listening to. The guy loves the DRONE KILLING PROGRAM, and is nothing but another shill of the Progressive agenda (IMO, he is not a Republican) of destroying America. He is a willing participant, IMO, as shown by his actions over a long time!

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« Reply #71 on: June 10, 2013, 10:48:47 AM »
Congressman Peter King: Presidential Kill List "Totally Constitutional"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6GQr8m5cOY

Published on Oct 23, 2012 


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Luke Rudkowski asks NY Congressman and Romney representative, Peter King for his insight on how Mitt Romney should handle the inheritance of Obama's kill list should he become president. Peter King touts the kill list as "totally right, totally Constitutional" as he quickly becomes angered and derogatory towards Luke.

The New York Times article on Obama's kill list:
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« Reply #72 on: June 10, 2013, 10:49:58 AM »
what did this guy actually leak

I've read some about him but nobody mentions what it was that he leaked

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« Reply #73 on: June 10, 2013, 10:53:23 AM »
what did this guy actually leak

I've read some about him but nobody mentions what it was that he leaked

http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=246846.0
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« Reply #74 on: June 10, 2013, 10:59:40 AM »
A Timeline of electronic surveillance under President Bush and Obama (911 was their excuse for spying on people, but many think they were doing it long before that. 911 is when it became visible. This is but another bi-partisan issue coming out of DC. Funny how they pretend to argue on some things, but yet participate together on big things that affect our freedom. Disgusting!)
http://apps.washingtonpost.com/g/page/nati...-and-obama/213/


Note: Peter King is front in center in 3rd picture!
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=246958.0
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« Reply #75 on: June 10, 2013, 11:04:29 AM »
A Timeline of electronic surveillance under President Bush and Obama (911 was their excuse for spying on people, but many think they were doing it long before that. 911 is when it became visible. This is but another bi-partisan issue coming out of DC. Funny how they pretend to argue on some things, but yet participate together on big things that affect our freedom. Disgusting!)
http://apps.washingtonpost.com/g/page/nati...-and-obama/213/


Note: Peter King is front in center in 3rd picture!
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=246958.0
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« Reply #76 on: June 10, 2013, 11:20:33 AM »
A Timeline of electronic surveillance under President Bush and Obama (911 was their excuse for spying on people, but many think they were doing it long before that. 911 is when it became visible. This is but another bi-partisan issue coming out of DC. Funny how they pretend to argue on some things, but yet participate together on big things that affect our freedom.

They are all dirty regarding 9/11. 
Only a hand full of our "Leaders" spoke up for 9/11 truth.
Their silence makes them complicit in the war crimes.

Of Non U.S. residents about half knew 9/11 was a hoax in real time.





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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #77 on: June 10, 2013, 11:20:49 AM »
Well said Jofortruth, truely 'Disgusting'.

Case in point, the supposedly left-leaning CNN is trashing Snowden up and down:  "high school drop-out"; "little pip squeek", sounding for all practicle purposes like Conressman 'kill-list' King.

Their advocacy of the globalists police state is fairly naked.

The parable of the emperor's new clothes was supposed to just be about a nude emperor, but it looks like the emperor's whole crew is nuded up - a naked empire trying to hide its tyranny.
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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #78 on: June 10, 2013, 11:23:04 AM »
Well said Jofortruth, truely 'Disgusting'.

Case in point, the supposedly left-leaning CNN is trashing Snowden up and down:  "high school drop-out"; "little pip squeek", sounding for all practicle purposes like Conressman 'kill-list' King.

Their advocacy of the globalists police state is fairly naked.

The parable of the emperor's new clothes was supposed to just be about a nude emperor, but it looks like the emperor's whole crew is nuded up - a naked empire trying to hide its tyranny.



 ... the MSM SOBs are fighting for their lives.

St. Augustine: “The truth is like a lion; you don't have to defend it.
Let it loose; it will defend itself."

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Re: NSA Data Mining - Prism Prison - Verizon - Snowden Whistleblower
« Reply #79 on: June 10, 2013, 11:37:54 AM »

 ... the MSM SOBs are fighting for their lives.



Too true.  '9/11/01-secondary-explosions' Banfield, CNN hostess, was just talking about Snowden's location and inquired, "Can we get him"?  She is apparently an alphabet agency renditioner who advocates extra-judicial action.

Morality is contraband in war.
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