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Amazing NSA excuse

On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 5:00 PM, grarpamp <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 2:56 AM, jim bell <[email protected]> wrote:
>> ...
>> "The NSA's legal squirming is bad enough. But an agency writing itself a
>> blank check to allegedly destroy evidence based on the sheer size and
>> complexity of the possibly illegal program in questionis another thing
>> entirely. There shouldn't be an "unless your dragnet surveillance program is
>> reallybig" exception to the Fourth Amendment.
> A lot of the issue is why *your* records, metadata, and maybe even full
> take, are on government disks if *you* have not been the subject of a specific
> warrant against you under the Fourth. That's not supposed to happen
> (ie: it's illegal, regardless of whatever postprocessing, access, expiry
> and oversight rules there may be) and that bothers people, a lot....

feature; not bug!

configure plausible deniability to zeroise incriminating information.
utilize exceptionally compartmented collections to destroy credible opponents.
walk away successful without a trace to be seen...

these fucks are playing a dirty game... how best to curtail?