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House Democrats are calling for an immediate Congressional investigation to see if three data intelligence firms might have violated the law when they conspired with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Palantir Technologies, Berico Technologies, and HBGary Federal, along with lobbyist law firm Hunton & Williams, are being linked to the U.S Chamber of Commerce, via leaked emails from Anonymous
Particularly as events continue to develop around the world, we can all agree that free and open debate, discussion and criticism as guaranteed by the U.S. Contstitution are absolutely necessary to a healthy and vibrant democracy. We must guarantee not just free spoken, print and broadcast media but unfettered Internet and electronic communication as well. Citizens who exercise their rights should not be the victims of illegal and insidious electronic attack any more than peaceful protesters should be the victims of intimiation or physicla violence.
A series of e-mails recently revealed to the public indicates that defense contractors HBGary Federal, Berico Technologies, and Palantir Technologies may have conspired to conduct an unethical and possibly illegal campaign to undermine American citizens and organizations, including national labor unions, U.S. Chamber Watch, and the Center for American Progress.
Originally posted by wayouttheredude
reply to post by Illusionsaregrander
You said a couple of threads on the Fake Persona software. I am aware of my thread of course. See here: www.abovetopsecret.com... what I am not aware of is this other thread that would be required for a couple of threads on the subject. Please elaborate. I would like to see and collaborate on the other one. Thanks. Continue with your regular scheduled thread. S&F OP!
edit on 3-3-2011 by wayouttheredude because: added S&F
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