Taliban web masters are now using auto responders on their emails, now in Pastho and in English....
Change to 'service' paradigm?
its almost as if they are experiencing blow back.
Paradigm Intel points to Talibi webmasters adapting
to Video Web cams about a month out. The cams
are harder to intercept, and instant communication. G
This Treaty is only a Secret from the American People.
The US Government and other Nation States are signatories.
WHY IS IT A SECRET FROM THE AMERICAN PUBLIC?
What's in it that will anger the American Public?
European Parliament Rips Global IP Accord
The European Parliament delivered a political blow to Hollywood and the Obama administration, voting Wednesday 663 to 13 in opposition to a proposed and secret intellectual property agreement being negotiated by the European Union, United States and a handful of others.
Wednesday’s developments concerning the Anti-Counterfeiting and Trade Agreement are substantial because the European Union’s 27 countries vastly outnumber the remaining countries negotiating the deal. They are Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland and the United States. Ambassador Ron Kirk, the top U.S. trade official, is spearheading the deal that began being crafted under the George W. Bush administration.
Kirk’s office declined comment.
To be sure, there is a dispute and heavy confusion concerning whether internet service providers under ACTA would be forced to punish customers deemed copyright scofflaws by reducing or eliminating service, according to a string of leaked documents. So parliament members also agreed Wednesday to oppose the measure if it contains so-called “three strikes” or “graduated response” policies — regardless of whether that’s now in the text. And because of the text’s secrecy, parliament on Wednesday also demanded (.pdf) that the private agreement still under negotiation be publicly released.
Read More http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/03/european-parliament-rips-global-ip-accord/#comments#ixzz0i0948p3h
(Reuters) - Dubai's police chief plans to seek the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the head of Israel's spy agency over the killing of a Hamas leader in the emirate, Al Jazeera television reported.
Dahi Khalfan Tamim "said he would ask the Dubai prosecutor to issue arrest warrants for ... Netanyahu and the head of Mossad," the television said. It did not give details.
( They don't offer any proof, just accusations.G )
Labels: Ops and Intel update 03.12.10