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Blitz of "Cyber Attacks," Leading Up to Cybersecurity Act of 2009

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posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 09:57 AM

Originally posted by Truth4hire

Originally posted by joe82

Why isn't this thread featured on the front page of hot threads? We have close to 60 posts and 17+ flags??????
reply to post by MOFreemason

Because half the post are from the you, and there was a similar thread that was on the front page and someone made sure it got shut down.

Yeah, this was yours that gotten shut down.

What a load of balony in here lately.

The important issues get shelved real quick.

No matter, this particular false flag will not go away, people even in here will realise the truth when it hits their internet connection.

His thread was shut-down because he started it hours after my original thread began.

A moderator made the decision.

I asked why my thread wasn't on the front page hot list, since his thread already was, even though it had been shut-down for close to 3 hours at that point.

posted on Jul, 10 2009 @ 10:53 PM
I'm not sure if this was mentioned yet, but I just saw that imageshack has been hacked by a group that interestingly enough appears to be against full disclosure concerning computer security and reform the industry.

This is the image and message they have managed to redirect all images to

[edit on 10-7-2009 by warpboost]

posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 12:02 AM
What i see is a government on/off switch to isolate the US from the rest of the world in case of a mass cyber attack.

It is my understanding that Estonia is in the process of doing just that after Russian hackers did a cyber attack against them a few years ago.

But regarding the Internet controlling and the Cybersecurity Act of 2009...I do fear that our government is fishing for the opportunity to curb access via social networking sites like has been done in Iran and China.

Yeah its worked real good for Iran and China.
The Internet users in the rest of have helped to almost completely bypassed there censorship through proxies and other means.

The only thing China and Iran could do would be to shut down there Internet.
but that would stop there ability to use the Internet for spying /cyber attacks/ECT as they would not have the cover if there own population of Internet users/hacker to blame for any outside attacks.
If there Internet connection to the rest of the world was for the government only all other governments would know who was doing any attacks.

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