Anonymous Hack's Palin's Yahoo Email

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posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 07:45 PM
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I don't care if Sarah Palin's privacy was invaded.

Have to seek out corruption somehow, if no one has the guts to go the extra mile, then why don't we all file back in line for processing.

It's healthy to have this happen, as much as some of you may look down on it.




posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 07:45 PM
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Very good hypothetical!
BUT, what if Palin and Co. created the smokescreen themselves? This cannot be discounted; hypothetically, of course. Especially when one Amy B. McCorkell verified that one of the emails were in fact sent by her to Palin.

[edit on 17-9-2008 by Areal51]



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 07:47 PM
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Oh I agree...it very well could of been someone in or Palins camp overall....EASILY...I'm just saying...its a yahoo account...free and easy...WAY to easy in my book...to have this story!!



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 07:49 PM
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Originally posted by Masisoar
I don't care if Sarah Palin's privacy was invaded.

Have to seek out corruption somehow, if no one has the guts to go the extra mile, then why don't we all file back in line for processing.

It's healthy to have this happen, as much as some of you may look down on it.


As long as you have that SAME view when law enforcement does the dirty to catch child rapists, child porn sickos, killers, drug dealers, etc....Are you as behind that idea as you are digging for dirt on someone who you don't like?



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 07:56 PM
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I reiterate, to those who are choosing to avoid the obvious, that there were NO government e-mails released in this hack job. Continuing to say so only diminishes your credibility!



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:04 PM
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our emails arnt private, they are all being filtered and some are beeing read by people they were not intended for it seems funny that its a republican who got burnt by this considering it was the republican party that created this policy in the US (the irony is halarious)

but apparently she was warned many times not to use outside email accts for her gov work.

if you have a fire and you tell someone not to put their hand in it or they will be burnt, and they ignore you put their hand in and get burnt do you blame the fire or the person?

also yahoo servers are not owned by the gov, and the mail can be read by many Yahoo employees, i find it strange that there would be people from the US not concerned that potential state secrets could have been passed onto other countries by yahoo.

and what also astounds me is why people wouldnt question what it was she had to hide from her own gov services that required her to have an external gov email acct..

thangs that make you go hmmmm



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:11 PM
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According to WIRED Palin's personal email was used to conduct state business ranging from budgeting to personnel issues.

Not only is it inappropriate, it also opens a huge liability in her credibility and quite frankly if personnel issues were discussed, perhaps monetary damage.



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:12 PM
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Maybe you responded to the wrong person? I didn't make any comments about government this or that in an email. The post you replied to linked to an article in the NY Times.

And then there was a snarky joke of mine thrown on top.



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:18 PM
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Originally posted by d11_m_na_c05

If someone broke into my house and built exact replicas of my stuff without taking anything ... I probably wouldn't be too mad .. Nothing is missing .

Its like piracy . Making a COPY isn't theft . Its making a copy.



What??? So breaking into someone's house and stealing isn't a crime. So now piracy isn't theft, it's just making a copy......that you never paid for. No wonder why our society is so messed up. Guess they don't teach ethics anymore huh?



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:27 PM
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sorry, hit the wrong reply button!

My fault, but shame n you for reading that rag!



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:28 PM
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Originally posted by Masisoar
I don't care if Sarah Palin's privacy was invaded.

Have to seek out corruption somehow, if no one has the guts to go the extra mile, then why don't we all file back in line for processing.

It's healthy to have this happen, as much as some of you may look down on it.


Spoken like a true Fascist. Let's look for so called corruption with illegal and unethical means no matter any "legal" means of doing so. Also no matter if there is any corruption in the first place. Very Orwellian of you. Maybe you guys should hack Tony Rezko and Rev. Wrights emails too?

I hope you feel it's healthy when it happens to you, because everyone "knows" you are corrupt, right?



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:30 PM
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Of course hacking into someone's email is wrong and criminal, but that is NOT the real story here, because that sort of thing happens all the time. The real story is how incredibly irresponsible she is to expose the governorship to the risk of identity theft by using a Yahoo! account. THAT should be a crime. That hacker could have used it to give orders to state personnel. Instead, whoever hacked her account simply exposed this outrageous negligence, and they deserve a medal.

[edit on 17-9-2008 by Distractions4Nothing]



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:31 PM
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lol, you know who is going to suffer the most?

Yahoo

because the whole e-mail service relies on idiots who know little about the net and aren't aware of how devestatingly awfullly unsecure that e-mail service realy is.

LOL


Now they know

I'm personally glad... I always hated the way the billed me for PPC anyway and thier sotware is intrusive and they stink

Bye Yahoo... would like to say it was a pleasure doing business with you... but I'd be lying.

Google should help fund Palins campiagn and hire the kids from Anon that puled this off if you ask me



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:33 PM
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I hope that good American Justice will HAUNT whomever hacked into her account. Maybe when the Secret Service show up with truckloads of darkly dressed, masked, well trained & armed Assault Teams at their doors, they will not think twice about violating a Vice-Presidential candidate. Free trip to an undisclosed location. No free soda pops and no laying about. Lots of questions for untold hours after hours. No day or night.
The American Justice System does not stumble, stammer or falter.

Wait and see how long it takes for them to wet their pants.

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Cheers



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:43 PM
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posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by pavil


Spoken like a true Fascist. Let's look for so called corruption with illegal and unethical means no matter any "legal" means of doing so. Also no matter if there is any corruption in the first place. Very Orwellian of you. Maybe you guys should hack Tony Rezko and Rev. Wrights emails too?

I hope you feel it's healthy when it happens to you, because everyone "knows" you are corrupt, right?


You obviously didn't see the message there-in and just resorted to name calling because that is where your safety lies.

Fascist? Orwellian? Please.

I was suggesting that this is what it's going to take to find corruption when everyone is behind closed doors, glad handing each other. If people need to hack into their emails to find proof, then they do.

Go find some kids at the local elementary school, I'm sure they want to play "Let's act like a 10 year old" too.



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 08:52 PM
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Originally posted by rcwj75


As long as you have that SAME view when law enforcement does the dirty to catch child rapists, child porn sickos, killers, drug dealers, etc....Are you as behind that idea as you are digging for dirt on someone who you don't like?


My viewpoint was more:

Citizen vs. Government Corruption

rather than just hacking a random person's computer.
But if we need to respect politician privacy, then by all means, let them keep doing what they're doing.

GO GET EM KARL ROVE. YOU'RE UNSTOPPABLE NOW.



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 09:03 PM
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Originally posted by Distractions4Nothing
Of course hacking into someone's email is wrong and criminal, but that is NOT the real story here, because that sort of thing happens all the time. The real story is how incredibly irresponsible she is to expose the governorship to the risk of identity theft by using a Yahoo! account. THAT should be a crime. That hacker could have used it to give orders to state personnel. Instead, whoever hacked her account simply exposed this outrageous negligence, and they deserve a medal.

[edit on 17-9-2008 by Distractions4Nothing]


Are you people not paying attention to anything? I'm rather confused as to how people continue to say Palin was irresponsible. This was a private e-mail account for personal use and there are NO SIGNS that it was used for government purposes. The only e-mails brought out here were two friends praying for one another, some discussions on her and the smear campaign against her and some family pictures. That is all.

Ok, this sentence is for everyone to take a step back so it can be reiterated again that Palin was not using this account for government business. All e-mails hacked were personal in nature and as it has been said several times already government e-mail accounts cannot be used for personal use and vice versa.

Oh, and for those of you arguing, "this is what it takes to find corruption"..........well the patriot act and the FBI / CIA invading our privacy is what it takes to find the terrorists...........

[edit on 17-9-2008 by Bugman82]



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 09:22 PM
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Bah Humbug

I love Palin as the only person outside Washington in this whole thing, but I Love Anonymus more.

People in trucks coming to get Americans for wanting to know the truth... Yeah you belong on ATS, NOT

They did nothing but good for her by finding nothing incriminating



posted on Sep, 17 2008 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by Bugman82
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Are you people not paying attention to anything? I'm rather confused as to how people continue to say Palin was irresponsible. This was a private e-mail account for personal use and there are NO SIGNS that it was used for government purposes. The only e-mails brought out here were two friends praying for one another, some discussions on her and the smear campaign against her and some family pictures. That is all.


Dead wrong. From the Washington Post:
Among the e-mails released as part of the records request in June were several from Frye asking a state official whether private e-mail accounts and messages sent to BlackBerry devices are immune to subpoena, then reporting the answer to the governor and her husband, Todd, who also uses a Yahoo! mail address.

voices.washingtonpost.com...

On a side note, I find it really weird that somepeople are describing the hacker as some kind of fascist or authoritarian figure. That requires some really extreme mental contortions. And after all those backflips and spins you're landing upside down. Authoritarianism is practiced by authority figures and is a product of mass cowardice. This is more like a product of individual bravado. The exact opposite.





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