posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 06:53 PM
There are two items here. Not just the appointment of a new position.
If you are interested, Read the bill.
It was asked in another thread a few months ago whether it's physically possible to 'turn off' the internet... It's not
at this time. Although, I'm sure many people that have had their service interrupted for any any length of time ... They've desired to reboot the
With private corporate policy changes mandated by the federal gov't it could
be possible in time, but internet companies are so varied they'd
need Level3, GBLX, Verizon, Telia, etc... (Telia being in Sweden).
It's not likely Telia would ever consider our mandates; except Rockefeller is tied Bilderbergs and Sweden being one of the main players there... It
could eventually happen. But nothing anytime soon.
This Senate bill is yet another to languish in committee. Hopefully, Rockefeller won't be around to reintroduce it next session or EVER.
EDIT to add: It doesn't matter how they change the wording of the bill; it's completely unacceptable to 'turn off' the internet for any reason.
The advisor should concentrate on increasing his 'cyber-security' skills and get medical records etc. out of harms way.
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