Don't you see the narrative unfolding, cooked up by TPTB?
Let follow the pathology:
●Agencies exercise mass data collection on its citizens, based on expose` of global/national deceptions, veiled in "national security". In attempt
to extinguish said revelations, verify whistle blowers, through virtual profiling.
●Politicians cave to reform on the Patriot/Freedom Act, due to public pressure and epiphany that, this monster cannibalizes its own, too.
●In light of the compromise to the system's integrity, suddenly there's an urgent issue with cyber security. "OMG!! We were hacked!!!!!" Oh and btw,
it's YOUR most sensitive material WE just happened to archive.
●Oh since you Americans didn't support our invasive snooping, we're going to make it legal to prosecute you for clearing your search history, and
not turning your electronic devices into a robust database, so we can fabricate your incrimination, in case you oppose the status quo.
How more blatant can they be? It begs to wonder why certain powers insist on municipality of the internet and iron curtain-esque policies.
Internet data has ALWAYS been vunerable. Why the sudden urgency? "China" was supposedly involved in corporate espionage since the inception of the PC.
Identity thieves been rampant for decades. But now, sychronisticly our highest levels of data infrastructure is comprised.....You think the omitted
classified documents were in this cache? Riiiiiiiiight, we should be so fortunate. It's just the data that pertains to you. Fuel to flame more fear
mongering. The real form of terrorism.
All this "breach" proves, is that warrantless data collection gave these would-be offenders, a one stop shop for everything they would ever need to
compile on a subject. This instill even less trust and legitimacy to their infrastructure.
If your SSI # is comprised...it's the SSI administrations responsiblity, not yours.
If your credit card info is comprised....it's your lender's responsibility, not yours.
If your passwords are compromised...it's the particular encryption system responsible, not yours.
And if government interference via backdoors, solicitation, or lack of integrity lead to the info's vulnerability, they are responsible.
This is a window breaking racket, at its finest.
edit on 11-6-2015 by trifecta because: (no reason given)