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Originally posted by ownbestenemy
Ooops....looks like I will be wiping my computer now.
My job falls under the Executive branch so I guess we will find out if I lose my job now or not.
On another note, I have not received any such notification through official channels regarding this policy...edit on 4-12-2010 by ownbestenemy because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by hotbakedtater
Has anyone figured out how the government intends to implement and enforce this rule?
the 'warning' is anticipating that logging-on or sharing links to the wikilinks disclosures
can (in the future) be deemed as anti-patriotic at least and bordering on the willful intent
to engage in anti-American thought and potential terrorist affiliation...
with all the evidence thus far produced to impune people with 'messages' 'e-mails' and other electronic communication...it sure would be wise to get the wikileaks information from 3rd parties...
You can self incriminate yourself by the records of your direct internet connections -
and sites visited, just like the States Adjudant-Generals are presently doing with the biggest players
in the financial and futures markets. Don't leave a electronic 'trail' is my advice
especially if your career will need certification from TPTB
Originally posted by DragonTattooz
These people are out of control and they must be stopped at any cost. I love my country and it angers me that these people are trying to destroy it in order to enrich and empower themselves.
modern forfeiture statutes, under which property involved in a crime (any crime, not just murder) can be indicted, held guilty and condemned to be property of the sovereign. By applying the traditional legal fictions to forfeiture proceedings, the government sidesteps almost all the protections for accused criminals under the United States Constitution.
Originally posted by sonofliberty1776
reply to post by ommadawn
As I understand it, WL did not steal the data. It was leaked to them. They are guilty of nothing as far as I can see.
Originally posted by XPLodER
reply to post by ommadawn
you statments will require some claifycation for me
1.its only wikileaks that have broken the law here?
2. the govenment has never broken the law and tryed to hide it?
3. calls of asasination are against the human rights and hauge court rulings but ok for journalists?
4. if evedence of a crime is discovered it must be reported or it is a crime but what happens if the govenment is the perpre trator of this crime?
5. do you really beleive the govenment is above the law?
illegal is illegal
but criminal is ok if your the govenment
by the people for the people or
by the govenment for the govenment?