Privacy Yours or mine?
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I had an interesting conversation with a wikileak supporter.
About my posts on wikileaks violating privacy,
releasing secret cables that pertained to no wrong doing.
And how even Governments are entitled to privacy.
Especially when the cables don't relate to ANY wrong
doing, many just gossip.
His response was that if your not doing any thing wrong
you don't need privacy.
And said he had nothing to hide.
So I asked permission to violate his privacy and
look at his surfing history, the sites he visited, and maybe
He gave me permission,
told me to go ahead and look.
I reported back to him some of the Adult
sites he visited and that he had erased from his
history, and he changed his mind about privacy.
I would never expose him and have deleted all
data I gathered, to NSA standards. Resealing his
But that points to the importance of privacy,
especially our own.
And you should be careful who you give
Anonymous has been talking about lighting
up Jester, exposing his true identity.
Because of the anti-terror work he does they
could be putting his life in danger.
I receive Death threats, fatwas every month, some
months more, Taliban webmasters and
some insurgent hackers really don't like me,
lighting either of us could put
our lifes in danger.
I'm hoping Anonymous will consider that and
not light up Jester.
I've stayed out of the fray with Anonymous
except for commenting, because of past
work I've done with them. Iran.
And Anonymous never forgets.
And hope to work with them in the future
on projects we both agree on.
If you fired the "Low orbit Ion Cannon"
here are some precautions you might
want to consider.
Wikileaks crossed the line when they released
EVERYTHING, not just the items related to wrong
Releasing 'Wrong doing' is one thing.
Releasing everything is a violation of Privacy.
And they are using Manning for fund raising
$1.3 million for Wikileaks, Manning $0.o
Eventually the public will see this.