Thanks for asking. A keenly important issue.
Because of my Navy communications job in 1970, I was told by a colleague THEN that all electronic communications were monitored for a long list of
keywords by massive computer systems--ALL--AS IN ALL--PHONE, WIRE, TELEX, . . . and that it was believed that even snail mail was read by machine
WITHOUT BEING OPENED to and from overseas and possibly other in-country addy's.
There have been stories about ESCHELON or some such.
I was chatting with a local ISP and they insisted that because of their own inhouse created special features, they were 100% confident that they were
not spied on by anyone. I'm more than a little bit skeptical but glad to hear it.
Then on FREEREPUBLIC.COM, the last day or two, there was a posted article about a proposal to REQUIRE ISPs to archive all activities by their
customers for a long period.
Some of us attuned to prophetic trends and NWO trends and timelines . . . believe that utter comprehensive monitoring by a tyrannical world government
is close on the horizon. I personally assume that all hereon who have said things remotely authentically Christian--Evangelical, Pentecostal etc. who
believe in the Second Coming as well as those who post frequently about NWO stuff--I assume we are already on death camp lists. Some assert for the
first or 2nd wave--the RED or BLUE wave of 04:00 pickups when the order is given.
I personally would prefer to stand up and be counted on the side of good and righteousness regardless of the mortal death this temporary body shell
might bear. Eternity with Christ and those who Love Him is an easy choice. Besides, early martyrdom would be preferable to enduring any of what would
All that as preface . . .
1. I don't know how successful we could be--I'm skeptical that we could succeed at all if the big boys with the super computers decided we were
worth close examination. And they likely would given the many conspiracy threads etc. But it's worth a try perhaps along the following lines.
2. IT WOULD BE WONDERFUL (life or death wonderful?) to be able to post a thread about such goings on anonymously--truly anonymously.
3. It would be wonderful--perhaps life or death so--to be able to post meaningful comments to such a thread anonymously.
Perhaps to have the option to post on a thread anonymously by secure link would be good. That might leave less of a drag on response times.
And, the secret section of ATS could maybe have a secure response mode for the sensitive threads and certainly for posting sensitive articles. I think
the key issue is anonymous status.
I suppose those concerned about such could have an IN THE CLEAR normal screen name and an alternate known only to them and the heavily encrypted
choosing/assigning of secure anonymous alter ego screen names. The alternate screen names would only work and be allowable ONLY via a secure link.
I think it would be ESSENTIAL that all passwords for such links/screen names would have to be say 20 characters or longer.
The following links could heighten one's appreciation for such importance:
Thanks for raising it.