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Originally posted by Pisky
The ones to be wary of are .cia .fbi and illu.min.ati
Navy.mil - 4,529 sessions Af.mil - 3,416 sessions Nipr.mil - 2,382 sessions Army.mil - 1,593 sessions Usps.gov - 393 sessions(!)
Navy.mil - 4,758 sessions Af.mil - 3,661 sessions Army.mil - 1,979 sessions Nipr.mil - 1,813 sessions (someone got a memo, that's 1/2 the norm!)
Originally posted by Atomix
Come on people! We're paranoid but not that paranoid! If the government were spying on us they would take more pre-cautions. They know we're on to them.
And Atomix said : Let there be Justice!!!
Originally posted by infinite
Dont want to make you paranoid, but some agencies do watch on us now and again. You can understand why.
Originally posted by SkyFox2
If I were spying on ATS, I would be using AOL because who would suspect an AOL member of being government? The government is cheap, they're not about to spend $30 a month on internet access when they could be using their OWN ISP for $0 a month. Right? RIGHT???
Beware of the common AOL user!
Originally posted by Gazrok
CIA, DIA, MoD, FBI, FEMA, NASA, nearly ALL branches of service, foreign armed services, Boeing, Northrop, Lockheed, Sikorsky, etc. just to name a few off the top of my head....
[edit on 1-10-2004 by Gazrok]