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NSA Attacks on VPN, SSL, TLS, SSH, Tor



Well, for one, the military has plenty of uses for Tor. Anonymous
networks protect wartime informants, and spies in other countries.

The US gov't also funded the Internet, via ARPA's research into
packet-switching.

I don't think it's an elaborate plan - just irony.

William

On 12/30/2014 08:41 AM, Cari Machet wrote:
> ask yourself what does the US government benefit from the mere existence
> of tor let alone the use?
> 
> why would they fund tor?
> 
> is it really not obvious?
> 
> bait and switch tactics - 'they' are 'us' - infiltration - knowledge....
> fucking us
> 
> to see where we are blah blah blah tech wise and head wise to be able to
> take out kim dot coms etc .... where are all the bad anti-capitalist
> children playing? .... how would they know?
> 
> i would argue they dont care if people know about snowden shit cause
> what they have in line for the future is beyond all of what snowden knew
> what he used - they dont think in terms of this generation like the
> people are taught to do - they think incredibly long term
> 
> the system is not stupid in this way but in other ways yes
> 
> it is performative - political theater .... keep those brats busy... its
> like a false flag
> 
> also the media does not have to abide by these shit rules but
> intercourse online magazine chooses to align while everyone bows down to
> laura poitras like she is fucking god and they do all kinds of sucking
> at gg - its disgusting.... isnt it john?
> 
> On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 1:08 PM, Mirimir <[email protected]
> <mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
> 
>     On 12/30/2014 03:47 AM, Jason Richards wrote:
>     > On Tue, 30 Dec 2014 01:32:44 -0500 grarpamp <[email protected]
>     <mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
>     >> On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 2:46 PM, Juan <[email protected]
>     <mailto:[email protected]>> wrote:
>     >>>         Anyway, I'm getting the impression that all the Snowden
>     >>>         stuff that gets 'leaked'  to the public has been somehow
>     >>>         approved by the US govt?
>     >>
>     >> It's well known that media seeks confirmation and approval from govts
>     >> before publishing anything.
>     >
>     > OK, I'll bite: why? What benefit does the US govt get from the
>     > information leaked by Snowden?
>     >
>     > J
> 
>     Benefit? Who knows? But media asks for comment, and government gets the
>     chance to argue against release, and for redaction.
> 
> 
> 
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