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Bush Administration Demands Search Data; Google Says No, Others Comply

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posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 06:57 PM

Originally posted by nightmaker

Originally posted by jta79

Originally posted by Toelint
I think what we really need in this thread is information on how to obtain the highest level of anonymity on the web. Surely ATS has its full measure of tech heads who can share with the rest of us.

I agree. If we can convince everyone on the web (or a vast majority) to surf behind cover, that would hopefully render their little scheme useless. But what is their plan "B" for this???!

Escuse me did anyone read my post? I posted what was a good idea if not here it is again.

I was talking to my friend about all this and I remember a program called Tor. I remember trying it out. It bounces your IP address all around a network of servers called onion routers. I used it today and when I tried to look up my IP address it showed I was in Germany while I am in the US and tried again and I was said to be in some other country. I will be using tor for now on it works great. . Heres the site for more info

Why are you replying this to me. I just agreed with the fact that everyone should surf behind cover just to prove a point that we will not be taken. And yes I did read that post and tried it. It seems to slow my connection down to that of something resembling dialup (i have highspeed cable 500kb/s ibelieve) Anyone else have this problem? Other than that and the fact it only works for the http and secure web protocols, something for ftp and the rest of the protocols would be real nice, but otherwise is a real good first start!!!

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posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 04:24 AM
I have dial up so I dont realy much notice the speed drop. Well I guess its a good start

posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 09:05 AM

Originally posted by bigpappadiaz
Well I know it's not for child/porn related reasons.

Of course not, bush,(and many other so called 'respected' people) gets his cut of the multi-billion doller pie. Why should he care that civilization is brainwashing his next generation for him. Just makes him money, and saves him money all at the same time.

Thats my opinion anyways.

posted on Feb, 5 2006 @ 10:38 AM
since then a lot of cars have been coming up my street turning around and leaving... might be spying on me...

although then again I do live on a dead end street so a lot of people would do that anyway.

posted on Feb, 6 2006 @ 02:54 AM
Truth is, anyone could be a spy, your friendly senior neighbor who always waves too you as you walk out the door too get in your car and drive too work. That moron you hate at work, your family...It's hard too believe but anyone could be monitoring you.

posted on Feb, 6 2006 @ 02:58 AM

Originally posted by df1

Originally posted by djohnsto77
Do you have a source?

If CNN is to be believed as a legit news source.
[edit on 19-1-2006 by df1]

Not to call CNN not legit, as I believe this information as well.

Owner Branch:
Google -> AOL -> CNN -> Time Warner.

Both comapnies are owned by the same main branch, I just thought I'd point that out.

posted on Mar, 20 2006 @ 08:47 PM
Anyone want a job with Google. They are building a Midwest Regional Center and will emply 10,000 people in Grand Rapids, Michigan. What is so interesting is that The Battle Creek Air National Guard Base is getting a new mission in May. Anyone wanna guess what this mission will be? It will be a sophisticated DCGS Facility. In another words a spook house for spying. It is ironic that the timing is so close. Please pass on to other threads and we can talk about it more.

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