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NNIC Monitoring UFO Websites?

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posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 12:35 PM
Found this interesting piece on some snooping by a government agency on UFO websites, included are:

- reported that on December 8, 2010 their visitor tracking program indicated a visit by the NNIC. Such programs can often provide further details about the visit: There were a total of 3 “Page Views” and the visit was for 1 minute and 22 seconds. The “Entry Page” and “Exit Page” (or the title and keywords that brought them to the site) was: “Wikileaks UFO Disclosure: Cables Contain UFO Info, Claims Assange.”

- Mel Fabregas of reported on January 29, 2009 that a UFO website author had contacted him to report that immediately after posting an article entitled “UFO Sighting Over President Barack Obama Inauguration,” the NNIC came “visiting.” Fabregas reported that he contacted Italian researcher Paola Harris about this who told him, “I have gotten several emails citing intelligence groups who are logging on to (UFO) websites.”

- Even patently “fake” UFO-Alien encounter tales can apparently catch the interest of NNIC. As far back as five years ago (on July 5, 2008) the Open Minds Forum commented on “Sources That are Reading Releases” and mentioned that among the first visitors to the Serpo site was NNIC. A tale put forth by a man named Victor Martinez (likely with the help of Air Force flunky Richard Doty) had proposed that open contact was made between our government and an alien race some decades ago and that an “exchange program” called “Serpo” was created, carrying of a dozen earth people to a distant star.

So my question is what does this mean? Maybe nothing as it could be some bored worker browsing on the companies time, but it may not be. Also interesting to note that ATS' very own Frank Warren is mentioned, care to add anything here mate?

So, now we know, we're watching you watch us

posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 01:02 PM
Such nonsense.
Let's assume that the IP-address[es] are from there, they are most likely because someone there feels like having a giggle by reading ridiculous UFO-claims. In the worst case, someone at that location actually believes in things like this.

Anyway, a comment from that blog explains it all, unfortunately for all the wrong reasons, get ready for more ridiculousness:

My question would be why is the NNIC the first recorded instance of government visits on website traffic trackers? Why are they often the first visitor? Why for so long? For at least five years they have consistently visited these sites.

Could a lone employee of NNIC be "behind" this with simple, private interest? I think not. He would have been fired. You do not risk Top Secret clearance to "goof around" on classified government computers!

Cullan has a nice website of his own...perhaps you should see if they have visited you?

edit on 4-6-2013 by Nevertheless because: (no reason given)

posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 01:06 PM
reply to post by Nevertheless

Possibly, but then again those in the know (specifically about Roswell) have probably been laughing at Ufologists and their seeking of the truth for years.

posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 03:28 PM

Navy Network Information Center
Update: 6/9/2011:
This is probably the post where I get the most hits, and before I get any more crazy comments (which are moderated), I thought I would set the record straight. I have since learned that NNIC shows up ANY time someone is accessing my blog (or anyone's site) from a Navy Controlled computer. Whether that be some admiral in Washington DC, a petty officer on the Enterprise, or a land locked recruiter at his computer in Kansas City, it will all show up the same. So conspiracy theorists, put your theories to rest. No one is stalking you.

posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 06:24 PM
Everyone is watching. They need to know if we know what they know

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