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Journalism Watchdogs Call DNC Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks An Attack On Press Freedom by Fanny Nudgedure - Thu, 31 May 2018 14:09:40 EST ID:lxiy/8lf No.169165 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Tom Perez and the DNC, giving us yet another lesson in how not to react to a humiliating electoral loss:
>As President Donald Trump continues to wage war on journalism with "violent anti-press rhetoric," the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) published a scathing analysis on Tuesday arguing that the Democratic National Committee’s recent lawsuit against WikiLeaks could set the stage for even more alarming attacks on press freedom by empowering the U.S. government to penalize media outlets that publish leaked information.

>Citing the concerns expressed by numerous First Amendment experts and journalists, CPJ's Avi Asher-Schapiro contends that the DNC's suit—which accuses WikiLeaks of conspiring with Russia and the Trump campaign to tilt the 2016 election by publishing a trove of hacked DNC emails—"goes against press freedom precedents going back to the Pentagon Papers and contains arguments that could make it more difficult for reporters to do their jobs."

>James Goodale, a First Amendment lawyer who represented the New York Times in the 1971 Pentagon Papers case, said the idea that outlets like WikiLeaks should be punished for receiving and publishing stolen documents—an idea that forms the foundation of the DNC suit—is the "greatest threat to press freedom today."

Twitter Jokes can get you a visit from homeland security by Nell Pisslelirk - Sat, 12 May 2018 22:22:55 EST ID:0G4khkLx No.168403 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I knew ICE was full of pussies but holy shit.
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Barnaby Nonnersan - Wed, 30 May 2018 16:26:45 EST ID:N0GOwIpy No.169137 Ignore Report Quick Reply

you've lost your humanity.
Citizenship takes a backseat to morality for those of us with developed brains and integrity.
Augustus Lightwater - Wed, 30 May 2018 16:28:10 EST ID:f3G9UTNO No.169139 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>muh illigalz

Theres plenty of "illegal" people here who arnt pocs. This is literally an excuse set out so they can round up mexicans. Citizen or otherwise.
Walter Creffingcocke - Wed, 30 May 2018 16:48:30 EST ID:KPeQsGuP No.169141 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I'm assuming you're a white trust fund baby who's never experienced real life like most leftists
lol so there aren't any Marxists in the hood?

If that really happened to you that is fucked up and should know that's not right. I've been both physically and sexually assaulted by police myself. Just last year I took a beating in county (while in restraints) that was severe enough to split my head open in four places and leave me with PTSD. And long story short but during a pat down a while back I was groped by a male officer who pulled my pants down so he could touch my underwear. So if we both have stories like this these instances are probably not that uncommon are they? Why on earth then do you defend this shit? The police force has more racists and rapists in their ranks than the general population does.
Walter Creffingcocke - Wed, 30 May 2018 16:55:36 EST ID:KPeQsGuP No.169142 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Here's a more detailed version of my story I posted a while back about getting beaten in county if anyone was interested. >>>/qq/523442
Nicholas Sittingsire - Wed, 30 May 2018 21:58:59 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.169153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You've obviously never been to the ghetto but you paint a picture of it like there isn't a general consensus that the right wing agenda is the devil. No one really trusts neo-liberals and know Clinton and Obama fucked them over like the Bushes and Trump, but that's more seeing them as two faces of the same agenda. The most dedicated socialists are black, Latino and south Asian people from the ghetto, they are the ones that get murdered by those in power for it or go to prison for life.

Keep pushing the fox news agenda of "leftists" though. The white socialists I've come across don't really fit this narrative and the minute they stray from it and preach things like gun rights for everyone the same people calling them pussies before make them out to be scary terrorists that need to be stopped. I know what they want to accomplish with the narrative that they're all soft, and it's to attract the lowest common denominator to the "rightists" side by telling them they are big manly men if they put on a retarded trucker hat and vehemently defend the people that have been and still are fucking the general public over.

Check out how this sheriff waffles on gun rights when he hears communists support them too.


NUKE THE WHALES by Isabella Hirrymack - Wed, 30 May 2018 18:34:28 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.169143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Japanese hunters caught and killed 122 pregnant minke whales as part of its Antarctic summer "field survey"

Ian Sellyhood - Wed, 30 May 2018 21:50:03 EST ID:o4BwxZhq No.169151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Correction - 122 Extra Delicious Minke whales....
Doris Crummernodging - Thu, 31 May 2018 04:06:18 EST ID:ud/pzv2U No.169156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
David Sobberlat - Sat, 02 Jun 2018 01:45:01 EST ID:f56Z+lqk No.169189 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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whale meat6 has long been apart of Japanese culture. They are some of the few peoples besides Inuit still practicing the hunt.
The idea of not hunting whales is simply another example of Western moral Imperialism. The Japanese have every single right to continue their cultural practices. Some of you are never better than the Spaniards forcibly converting indigenous Americans.

Gov. Susana Martinez wants to grant immunity to New Mexico law enforcement by Charles Pickwill - Fri, 25 May 2018 23:34:11 EST ID:zRT66r2E No.168961 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Gov. Susana Martinez wants to grant immunity to New Mexico law enforcement

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Caroline Civingneck - Sun, 27 May 2018 08:42:59 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.169029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Cause this is /n/, and every one of that dude's posts are off topic here.
Wesley Giblington - Tue, 29 May 2018 10:17:27 EST ID:fYRLk8gq No.169088 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The noose is getting tighter.
Nigel Hogglelud - Wed, 30 May 2018 01:32:08 EST ID:fD7QbJY8 No.169110 Ignore Report Quick Reply

ROFLMFAO you dick!!! you just made me spit beer on my keyboard
Henry Nennerford - Wed, 30 May 2018 12:02:05 EST ID:O7R8jdys No.169121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Walter Backlebun - Wed, 30 May 2018 21:16:43 EST ID:2d7AUnBu No.169149 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to say nothing.

City Council gives assault-weapons ban initial OK after marathon hearing by Isabella Sazzlefuck - Sat, 19 May 2018 17:09:20 EST ID:1QLY9NeR No.168651 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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City Council gives assault-weapons ban initial OK after marathon hearing

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Caroline Civingneck - Sun, 27 May 2018 08:37:31 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.169028 Ignore Report Quick Reply
He's spamming /pol/ shit on /n/ too.
Isabella Dartdale - Sun, 27 May 2018 09:17:19 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.169032 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>If the government is enslaving Americans then why should Americans be defending it?
Americans have been trained to associate property rights with freedom, and god knows how many have died defending the property rights of a tiny minority.
Nazi Germany froze wages, banned people from leaving their jobs, and still convinced them to go die for the fatherland.
People don't act in their material interests, if they did we'd have communism.

>If the USA is supposed to be fascist then why did the US fight Nazi Germany?
Nazi Germany invaded Hungary. Does this make Hungary not-fascist?

>If the US is supposed to be communist then why did the US fight North Korea?
The US is not communist. Where did you even get this idea?
Shitting Bazzlefoot - Sun, 27 May 2018 09:46:39 EST ID:zN/wnRVh No.169034 Ignore Report Quick Reply

The people who cast the votes don't decide an election, the people who count the votes do.
George Snodlock - Sun, 27 May 2018 16:51:03 EST ID:cs064rD0 No.169043 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You're white knighting a fascist spambot. Re-evaluate your life.
Doris Nunningman - Wed, 30 May 2018 03:33:21 EST ID:UJ4QPY8T No.169113 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Does anyone feel like the US is the Twilight Zone today?

The USA is a bankrupt warmongering police state, but no one wants to talk about the collapse.

Americans would rather cover their ears and put their heads in the sand.

Now you know how the Germans must have felt in 1939.





DEA acknowledges it raided wrong family’s house in Tennessee by Albert Suvingham - Sun, 27 May 2018 21:29:40 EST ID:etHQlbjp No.169050 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DEA acknowledges it raided wrong family’s house in Tennessee

Nell Cunkincocke - Sun, 27 May 2018 22:01:05 EST ID:Zhdk+f9U No.169051 Report Quick Reply

Cops have a habit of fucking up royally and facing no penalty. Also yes, the DEA are indeed cops, they're just of the federal payroll instead of the state's dime.
Ebenezer Gannerfune - Sun, 27 May 2018 22:23:56 EST ID:BrTkqNnH No.169054 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I wish it was just fucking up, half the shit they do is consciously malicious and they still never face consequences.
Samuel Lightridge - Mon, 28 May 2018 14:52:36 EST ID:jajGWUvR No.169068 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hey this is actually pretty good for the DEA when it comes to raiding a house. At least they didn't dome a kid or a dog this time.
Nathaniel Nuvingfoot - Mon, 28 May 2018 19:50:15 EST ID:fYRLk8gq No.169078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Future generations will ask why Americans didn't resist when the US became a police state.

Israel says Iran lied on nuclear arms, pressures U.S. to scrap deal by Buck Strickland - Tue, 01 May 2018 00:43:56 EST ID:yHPjbuhS No.168084 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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> Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled on Monday what he said was evidence of a secret Iranian nuclear weapons program that could step up pressure on the United States to pull out of a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.

>U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the information showed that Iran’s leaders lied to their people about a nuclear weapons program known as “Project Amad”. But Pompeo declined to say whether the documents provided evidence of a violation of the nuclear deal.

>Intelligence experts and diplomats said Netanyahu’s presentation, in a prime-time television presentation, did not seem to have a “smoking gun” showing a violation by Iran but it could strengthen the hand of advisers to U.S. President Donald Trump who want to scrap the nuclear agreement.

>Most of the purported evidence Netanyahu presented dated to the period before the 2015 accord was signed, although he said Iran had also kept important files on nuclear technology since then, and continued adding to its “nuclear weapons knowledge”.

>Tehran dismissed Netanyahu as “the boy who cried wolf”, and called his presentation propaganda.

>Asked whether the information indicated a violation of the Iran nuclear agreement, Pompeo responded: “I’ll leave that to lawyers. The president will ultimately have to make a determination about that too.”
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Simon Brookstock - Thu, 24 May 2018 12:52:06 EST ID:o4BwxZhq No.168904 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Not quite. There were strong, secular reasons for building a homeland for the Jews. In fact Madagascar was considered at one point as the idea place for a Jewish state. Palestine won out because of religious leaders AND the fact that it was already owned by the Brits and they gave zero fucks about the Palestinians already living there.
Samuel Shakeway - Thu, 24 May 2018 13:02:33 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.168907 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most other locations were just Great Powers trying to think of a convenient place to punt the Jews off to, the Nazis thought of Madagascar after they got it with Vichy France, before that the British were thinking about the Yukon. The Jews themselves weren't involved in these and were always focused on their ancient homeland in Judea, the Zionist movement started building Jewish settlements in Ottoman Palestine in the 1870's some 50 years before Britain conquered it. Those 50 years were filled with immigration, colonization and community organization which had gone so far by the time the British showed up on the scene Israel was already half in existence and it was a natural position for the British to take to support a Jewish homeland there.
Fucking Fanstone - Thu, 24 May 2018 13:03:38 EST ID:OFkqNlQx No.168908 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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And the terrorism. Israel was the first context of mideast terrorism.
Angus Nottingkedge - Fri, 25 May 2018 02:43:08 EST ID:VuHd12vl No.168945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I made it until he started talking about silt deposits by the Mississippi

Holy shit, just bomb all political institutions, clearly we have to start over.

Hamilton Penderhure - Sun, 27 May 2018 05:32:03 EST ID:J+DByIsS No.169022 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gonna need a source for "the first context of mideast terrorism".

Police Megathread II by Ian Clayhall - Wed, 16 May 2018 18:09:34 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.168510 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Richmond, VA: police tase and shoot naked man rolling around on i-95
>"Officers are taught to stop the aggressor,” Jones said. “When things are that close and moving that fast, the ability to shoot someone in the knee or shoot a gun out of their hand is virtually impossible."
>"An unarmed person does not necessarily mean that you cannot be killed by an unarmed person,” Jones said. “I've seen cases where officers have been strangled with the bare hands of a suspect."

Webm unrelated.
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Molly Bunfield - Sat, 26 May 2018 16:54:57 EST ID:T4JbmD3p No.168984 Ignore Report Quick Reply
American juries sure do have a lot of contempt for shooting victims, don't they?
Albert Pickstock - Sat, 26 May 2018 18:55:01 EST ID:o4BwxZhq No.168989 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Cop could be charged with raping an 8 year old and they'd still give him paid leave.

Dude, a cop in my city literally raped a guy on camera...as in THERE IS FUCKING VIDEO OF HIM RAPING A PRISONER and three years later, the charges mysteriously faded away and he is likely to get rehired.

Despite a law saying ANY sexual contact with a prisoner is rape.
Despite the video of the guy he raped screaming and crying.
Despite the officer confessing to the act.

George Snodlock - Sat, 26 May 2018 23:22:40 EST ID:cs064rD0 No.169012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Hugh Cinnerfoot - Sat, 26 May 2018 23:34:52 EST ID:M/Ws53KS No.169013 Report Quick Reply

The courts let killer cops off easy and send them back to the force, but that doesn't mean the citizens have to. A murderous pig needs to be brought to justice, one way or another.
Esther Genkinworth - Sun, 27 May 2018 00:17:53 EST ID:vyb1Nrka No.169016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Yeah... you can't bring something like that up and not post any kind of links. If you want something to come of it at least raise a stink on circlejerk and imgur where people are always looking for something to be angry about. they'll at least try to ruin the fucker's life.

Corbyn pledges to abolish the house of lords next Labor government by Hedda Wattingfet - Fri, 25 May 2018 11:06:32 EST ID:ZqNU3ikO No.168952 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Why does the House of Lords even exist?
James Fuckingshaw - Fri, 25 May 2018 12:22:02 EST ID:keMLkQuE No.168955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The problem with scrapping the second house would be that the current house is busted and it acts as a check. I hate that we have an undemocratically elected set of nobs making those decisions but their life peerage means they vote with their conscience and often stop legislation that would passed through parliament, or at least stall it out.

We need to overhaul the house of commons and then scrap the lords. No party system. Record of voting histories for every candidate and the ability to indicate what they would vote, all this shit and their previous manifestos held for posterity. No adverts, just free access to this information as a right. Lobbying should be all but outlawed (I know it's impractical to completely kill it) and newspapers who do not sign up to a code of conduct that includes not deliberately publishing lies and making hidden backpage retractions should not be treated in the same way as those who don't. Also Murdoch needs to be made illegal. All of them. The house of lords needs to be the last thing we change though. I mean it needs to go but this shit needs to go first.
Beatrice Nobblechire - Fri, 25 May 2018 16:49:46 EST ID:8c32w9KN No.168956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>but their life peerage means they vote with their conscience
Where did you come up with this idea? Are you pretending ther conscience can't be swayed by lobby money?
Albert Pickstock - Fri, 25 May 2018 20:24:35 EST ID:o4BwxZhq No.168957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Pretty sure the UK outlawed that shit....

Angus Blongerwag - Sat, 26 May 2018 07:01:13 EST ID:keMLkQuE No.168970 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Well the evidence is in all the shit they repeatedly voted against. Remember when the house of lords stopped the limit on being detained without any evidence or charges raised against you being raised? They have fought to ensure that when local authorities are forced to sell homes due to right to buy they can retain money to replace them, they tabled a motion of regret about student loans and fees and much more.


The "subject" is the thing the lords did, not that they opposed.

There's no whip and no need to toe the party line so yes they can be swayed but you have to target each one individually. That's why party politics needs to go. We can't make lobbying impossible without stopping reasonable discourse (though we can make it harder) but the house of lords is harder to buy. Don't get me wrong they stop a lot of good shit but it's pretty hard to be any worse than the current occupants of the commons.

Don't believe it. The BLiars had a couple of holidays on yachts with Russian oligarchs who wanted UK passports, Mayor Boris paid millions to a company run by a school friend for a bridge that was never made and the parties (until momentum became a thing) all ran on rich donors.
Phineas Purringdock - Sat, 26 May 2018 16:16:57 EST ID:VtAKlz0y No.168983 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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this is my favourite one

Investigators: Russian military missile downed Flight MH17 by Polly Dillermatch - Thu, 24 May 2018 08:11:21 EST ID:Zhdk+f9U No.168877 Report Reply Quick Reply
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BUNNIK, Netherlands (AP) — Detailed analysis of video and photos has unequivocally established that the Buk missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine nearly four years ago came from a Russia-based military unit, an international team of investigators said Thursday.

It is the clearest link yet published by the team of the involvement of Russian military in the deadly missile strike.

Prosecutors said they have presented their findings to Moscow and are seeking answers, but so far have not received a response. The international team running the criminal investigation appealed for help from witnesses who can testify about the involvement of the Russian military’s 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade based in the city of Kursk.

Prosecutor Fred Westerbeke said the new conclusion raised new questions: “Such as the question about how actively involved the brigade itself was in bringing down Flight MH17.”

Russia has always denied involvement in the downing of the jet.

Westerbeke said the Joint Investigation Team, or JIT, is not yet ready to name suspects, but added: “I can say that we are now entering the ... last phase of the investigation. When we will be ready, it’ is not possible to say at the moment because there is still a lot of work to do.”

>fucking called it.
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Betsy Tootbanks - Thu, 24 May 2018 11:13:56 EST ID:rtO8zSPd No.168893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not even like anyone believes they meant to blow up a passenger plane but it leaves a bad taste in your mouth when they piss on you and pretend it's raining.
Samuel Shakeway - Thu, 24 May 2018 11:23:57 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.168895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I dunno if it's as big a fuckup as all that, the Russian game in the Ukraine is plausible deniability while sowing chaos and confusion, plausible deniability doesn't even need to be particularly believable either as long as it muddies the waters, considering it's been 3 years and this smoking gun coming is just another story of Russian bullshit to add to the pile I'd call the waters pretty muddied.

Downing a passenger jet makes people worried that Ukraine is unsafe, it also lets them spin tales about Kiev fascist terrorism and global anti-russian conspiracies by simply saying the other guy did it, and didn't directly blow up in their face. Mission accomplished.
Priscilla Piffingdore - Thu, 24 May 2018 13:58:12 EST ID:dbM7KxGC No.168919 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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wow, really? you don't say!
David Brapperford - Thu, 24 May 2018 18:13:06 EST ID:cs064rD0 No.168932 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You say that, but Russia has been suffering under the sanctions they got hit with for this. I suppose Putin himself isn't in any trouble as he was able to manipulate it so that he's seen as the only vanguard to the West's expansion. I mean, Russia was reduced to pretending it had super nukes for anyone to take it seriously.
Molly Bardlock - Thu, 24 May 2018 19:11:15 EST ID:Edt1Gi6H No.168933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The sanctions were for annexing Crimea and invading the Ukraine, this specific attack hasn't had any consequences so far because up until now no one could prove who actually did it, and since by now it's old news I doubt there'll be any.

Putin is often called a great tactician but a poor strategist, this is an example of that, the strategy is destabilizing the Ukraine to shore up the wall between the Russian and EU spheres of influence, the tactic was blowing up a plane. That operation seems to have gone off without a hitch but the overall strategy is still driving the country to isolation, economic ruin and the brink of war.

Which one of you fuckers is this? by Esther Sickleshit - Sun, 20 May 2018 14:47:08 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.168678 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Two Camillus parents are going to Onondaga County Supreme Court to force their 30-year-old son out of the family residence, but son Michael isn't going anywhere without a fight.

>Dad's Feb. 2, 2018 letter began an eviction process that has lasted three months so far and gone from local court up to Onondaga County's top court. They are now seeking a justice in that court to evict Michael.

>In a series of letters filed with the court, Christina and Mark offered their son life advice, told him to get rid of his broken car and offered money to help him find a new place to live.

Come on, Micheal.
Oliver Grandway - Thu, 24 May 2018 16:33:58 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.168928 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm going to bump this and be the only one to respond to my own terrible soft news thread.

He got evicted.


He complains about the winter and I was on the edge of my seat waiting for him to mention the windows.
Samuel Shakeway - Thu, 24 May 2018 17:12:04 EST ID:1KcWuZvS No.168929 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I feel kinda bad for the dude since his life is obviously a train wreck to begin with, his parents probably just let him be a useless NEET with no pressure to get real life skills to begin with until they realized they were stuck with a 30 year old child and kicked him out

>2) Sell the other things you have that have any significant value, (e.g. stero, some tools etc.). This is especially true for any weapons you maye have.
>“I would say that I’m really not a member of that demographic that they’re speaking to,” Rotondo said about millennials. “I’m a very conservative person. The millennials that they’re speaking to are very liberal in their ideology. “
dumb frogposter

FBI used fake encryption statistics to lobby for backdoors by Reuben Sedgedock - Wed, 23 May 2018 19:40:53 EST ID:BkOctPUe No.168834 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>The FBI has repeatedly provided grossly inflated statistics to Congress and the public about the extent of problems posed by encrypted cellphones, claiming investigators were locked out of nearly 7,800 devices connected to crimes last year when the correct number was much smaller, probably between 1,000 and 2,000, The Washington Post has learned.

>Over a period of seven months, FBI Director Christopher A. Wray cited the inflated figure as the most compelling evidence for the need to address what the FBI calls “Going Dark” — the spread of encrypted software that can block investigators’ access to digital data even with a court order.

>The FBI first became aware of the miscount about a month ago and still does not have an accurate count of how many encrypted phones they received as part of criminal investigations last year, officials said. Last week, one internal estimate put the correct number of locked phones at 1,200, though officials expect that number to change as they launch a new audit, which could take weeks to complete, according to people familiar with the work.


>The FBI’s assertion that 7,775 phones could not be opened by their investigators last year has always struck a discordant note with critics and privacy advocates, who noted that just a year earlier, the FBI had claimed the figure was 880. Such a giant leap in locked phones could not be explained by changes in technology or criminal behavior, those critics reasoned.

>It is unclear if the 880 figure is still accurate.
Oliver Grandway - Thu, 24 May 2018 00:21:35 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.168867 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm surprised WAPO is still be able to report on this seeing as how their parent company has been actively courting law enforcement to buy their technology since 2016.

Oliver Grandway - Thu, 24 May 2018 00:24:38 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.168869 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Also, WAPO says I've read my maximum allotted articles without being able to pay them. Please pasta the entire article and any future articles from them to spite this sack of shit.
Edwin Chishtodging - Thu, 24 May 2018 02:47:12 EST ID:BkOctPUe No.168872 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I don't know if I've ever seen a wapo paywall screen. Does that feature require cookies? Are you complaining about Amazon's facial recognition program while allowing every website you visit to use your personal computer as a personal surveillance database? Download tails and go dark for a day as penance, my son.
Oliver Grandway - Thu, 24 May 2018 14:16:34 EST ID:kFmX3/Gj No.168921 Ignore Report Quick Reply
No, I'm complaining about the facial recognition software that is connected to CCTVs and police dashboard cams.

My school's shitty online feature (which is the only place professors accept assignments) requites enabled to work and I don't want to fuck with the system settings just to see a shitty paper. I'm also sure it brings up the paywall based on the IP address, not the individual cookies on the computer.
Cedric Dasslepotch - Thu, 24 May 2018 14:20:27 EST ID:WR1DR8RS No.168923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Gee, it's almost like intelligence services are full of congenital liars and you'd have to be an utter fool to believe anything they have to say.

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