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CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.


The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent technology that will let police more readily eavesdrop on Internet and wireless communications.

The establishment of the Quantico, Va.-based unit, which is also staffed by agents from the U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, is a response to technological developments that FBI officials believe outpace law enforcement's ability to listen in on private communications.

While the FBI has been tight-lipped about the creation of its Domestic Communications Assistance Center, or DCAC -- it declined to respond to requests made two days ago about who's running it, for instance -- CNET has pieced together information about its operations through interviews and a review of internal government documents.

DCAC's mandate is broad, covering everything from trying to intercept and decode Skype conversations to building custom wiretap hardware or analyzing the gigabytes of data that a wireless provider or social network might turn over in response to a court order. It's also designed to serve as a kind of surveillance help desk for state, local, and other federal police.

The center represents the technological component of the bureau's "Going Dark" Internet wiretapping push, which was allocated $54 million by a Senate committee last month. The legal component is no less important: as CNET reported on May 4, the FBI wants Internet companies not to oppose a proposed law that would require social-networks and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail to build in backdoors for government surveillance.


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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16535332



Apparently the FBI hasn't. lolsign
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NWO ORDER

CIA, FBI, = ANCIENT NAZI ELITE THAT IS ATTEMPTING TO PURGE THE PLANET OF ALL BEINGS WHO OPPOSE SATANIC CONTROL


THE GODS ARE RETURNING, THIS IS THEIR FINAL FIGHT FOR SATANIC CONTROL

JUST THINK

THIS IS NOT MAGIC

YOU CANNOT JAIL/FIGHT 600,000,000 PEOPLE

WAKE UP WAKE UP

NOW !
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Survey this skull_fing
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Think about it. They use guns. Violence. Lies. Covert means. Spies. Poison, warfare. Mental attacks. Brainwashing, subliminal, money means. Etc.

Who would do that? God or satan?

Now what does satan want?

To know as much as God.

People trying to play God brings hell on the Earth.
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We're being fucking radiated to death, as part of their covert operations.

They are all held accountable, every last one, every last drone, every soul, and every zombie brain.

No matter what you do, if you align yourself with the side that is against real humanity, you work for satan incarnate, to BECOME satan incarnate. No matter how big the pay check is, what anyone tells you, or how or who you think you've helped.

This is hurting humanity as a whole.

We have oil, radiation, and internal financial terrorists.

And they want to ID and categorize you so that you may be neutralized easily when the time comes.

Don't you see.


These are the people causing all the disasters, these are the one's working to poison your food, air and water so that you have no other option. While the planet is dying, these are the one's who strive and desire more control and power over their own kind. This is end times.
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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Cheken to the top for love bites?
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nice info op, but i gotta say your avatar is worth 5 stars
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CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.


The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent technology that will let police more readily eavesdrop on Internet and wireless communications.

The establishment of the Quantico, Va.-based unit, which is also staffed by agents from the U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, is a response to technological developments that FBI officials believe outpace law enforcement's ability to listen in on private communications.

While the FBI has been tight-lipped about the creation of its Domestic Communications Assistance Center, or DCAC -- it declined to respond to requests made two days ago about who's running it, for instance -- CNET has pieced together information about its operations through interviews and a review of internal government documents.

DCAC's mandate is broad, covering everything from trying to intercept and decode Skype conversations to building custom wiretap hardware or analyzing the gigabytes of data that a wireless provider or social network might turn over in response to a court order. It's also designed to serve as a kind of surveillance help desk for state, local, and other federal police.

The center represents the technological component of the bureau's "Going Dark" Internet wiretapping push, which was allocated $54 million by a Senate committee last month. The legal component is no less important: as CNET reported on May 4, the FBI wants Internet companies not to oppose a proposed law that would require social-networks and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail to build in backdoors for government surveillance.


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 Quoting: Cat Mouth


THE NOBODY'S BACK... COME SURVEIL THIS IF YOU DARE! HAHA.. HAHAHA
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We gonna meet soon willy.
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Get ready for DOOM!
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why should anyone give a ... one of those
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ya know, this is very similar to
a peeping tom who peeks in through
your bedroom window.

most folks I know,
shoot peeping toms
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16535332



Apparently the FBI hasn't. lolsign
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Oh my god. I see echo len.

That my friends is a Las Vegas moment or a Santa call which is satan 2.
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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True. In fact, the NSA has built a giant, $2 billion surveillance center, with servers capable processing and storing pretty much every form of domestic communication (phone, email, text, etc). It's way bigger than Echelon now.

[link to www.wired.com]
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All is forgiven... I have to do the will of God the way he wants me to not the way i want. So we cool. Just let it go.
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but please... do not do something you may regret..
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Re: FBI quietly forms secretive Net-surveillance unit
CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.


The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent technology that will let police more readily eavesdrop on Internet and wireless communications.

The establishment of the Quantico, Va.-based unit, which is also staffed by agents from the U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, is a response to technological developments that FBI officials believe outpace law enforcement's ability to listen in on private communications.

While the FBI has been tight-lipped about the creation of its Domestic Communications Assistance Center, or DCAC -- it declined to respond to requests made two days ago about who's running it, for instance -- CNET has pieced together information about its operations through interviews and a review of internal government documents.

DCAC's mandate is broad, covering everything from trying to intercept and decode Skype conversations to building custom wiretap hardware or analyzing the gigabytes of data that a wireless provider or social network might turn over in response to a court order. It's also designed to serve as a kind of surveillance help desk for state, local, and other federal police.

The center represents the technological component of the bureau's "Going Dark" Internet wiretapping push, which was allocated $54 million by a Senate committee last month. The legal component is no less important: as CNET reported on May 4, the FBI wants Internet companies not to oppose a proposed law that would require social-networks and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail to build in backdoors for government surveillance.


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every college going kid in india knows fbi monitors all net content with help of NSA.what's new here?
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We're being fucking radiated to death, as part of their covert operations.

They are all held accountable, every last one, every last drone, every soul, and every zombie brain.

No matter what you do, if you align yourself with the side that is against real humanity, you work for satan incarnate, to BECOME satan incarnate. No matter how big the pay check is, what anyone tells you, or how or who you think you've helped.

This is hurting humanity as a whole.

We have oil, radiation, and internal financial terrorists.

And they want to ID and categorize you so that you may be neutralized easily when the time comes.

Don't you see.


These are the people causing all the disasters, these are the one's working to poison your food, air and water so that you have no other option. While the planet is dying, these are the one's who strive and desire more control and power over their own kind. This is end times.
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Notice the video game that is being offered in your post? DIABLO! Video game industry is ripe with Satanism! Its in your face, yet you still let your kids play the games! IDIOTS!
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Surveillance of network communications? Old news! Been going on for a long time. Never heard of ECHELON?
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True. In fact, the NSA has built a giant, $2 billion surveillance center, with servers capable processing and storing pretty much every form of domestic communication (phone, email, text, etc). It's way bigger than Echelon now.

[link to www.wired.com]
 Quoting: Qwazaar


Its way bigger now is an understatement! The real purpose of this technology is being revealed!

"From ECHELON to NOLEHCE
enabling a strategic conversion to a faith-based global brain"

[link to www.laetusinpraesens.org]
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
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Survey this skull_fing
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These are the people causing all the disasters, these are the one's working to poison your food, air and water so that you have no other option. While the planet is dying, these are the one's who strive and desire more control and power over their own kind. This is end times.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16535332


Notice the video game that is being offered in your post? DIABLO! Video game industry is ripe with Satanism! Its in your face, yet you still let your kids play the games! IDIOTS!


Someone actually brought diablo up when speaking on a similar vibe.

Have not looked into it myself.

But if you shoot and kill everything in it, then yes, it's mind control for violence and submission.

Imagine if the game was to balance your emotions and talk it out?


PuahahahahaahahHAHAHAHAHA

No more wars.
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


same thoughts.
if usa have not forced england to free colonies,we would be working for queen.but it would have been better than current indian govt.
corruption was non existent in those days
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


same thoughts.
if usa have not forced england to free colonies,we would be working for queen.but it would have been better than current indian govt.
corruption was non existent in those days
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


bsflag you idiot curry fool cruise
No wonder you fuckers can't even do a simple thing as drive a car ey? Americans would punch your head in fucker!
You can't fight either!
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


same thoughts.
if usa have not forced england to free colonies,we would be working for queen.but it would have been better than current indian govt.
corruption was non existent in those days
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


bsflag you idiot curry fool cruise
No wonder you fuckers can't even do a simple thing as drive a car ey? Americans would punch your head in fucker!
You can't fight either!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


you are still british subjects,kangaroos.
why you are so angry?any reason?
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CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.


The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent technology that will let police more readily eavesdrop on Internet and wireless communications.

The establishment of the Quantico, Va.-based unit, which is also staffed by agents from the U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, is a response to technological developments that FBI officials believe outpace law enforcement's ability to listen in on private communications.

While the FBI has been tight-lipped about the creation of its Domestic Communications Assistance Center, or DCAC -- it declined to respond to requests made two days ago about who's running it, for instance -- CNET has pieced together information about its operations through interviews and a review of internal government documents.

DCAC's mandate is broad, covering everything from trying to intercept and decode Skype conversations to building custom wiretap hardware or analyzing the gigabytes of data that a wireless provider or social network might turn over in response to a court order. It's also designed to serve as a kind of surveillance help desk for state, local, and other federal police.

The center represents the technological component of the bureau's "Going Dark" Internet wiretapping push, which was allocated $54 million by a Senate committee last month. The legal component is no less important: as CNET reported on May 4, the FBI wants Internet companies not to oppose a proposed law that would require social-networks and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail to build in backdoors for government surveillance.


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The fact that the so called "elected representatives" of our dot gov inc. have to go to these extremes to protect themselves from the people that they are supposed to represent, SPEAKS VOLUMES!

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CNET has learned that the FBI has formed a Domestic Communications Assistance Center, which is tasked with developing new electronic surveillance technologies, including intercepting Internet, wireless, and VoIP communications.


The FBI has recently formed a secretive surveillance unit with an ambitious goal: to invent technology that will let police more readily eavesdrop on Internet and wireless communications.

The establishment of the Quantico, Va.-based unit, which is also staffed by agents from the U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Agency, is a response to technological developments that FBI officials believe outpace law enforcement's ability to listen in on private communications.

While the FBI has been tight-lipped about the creation of its Domestic Communications Assistance Center, or DCAC -- it declined to respond to requests made two days ago about who's running it, for instance -- CNET has pieced together information about its operations through interviews and a review of internal government documents.

DCAC's mandate is broad, covering everything from trying to intercept and decode Skype conversations to building custom wiretap hardware or analyzing the gigabytes of data that a wireless provider or social network might turn over in response to a court order. It's also designed to serve as a kind of surveillance help desk for state, local, and other federal police.

The center represents the technological component of the bureau's "Going Dark" Internet wiretapping push, which was allocated $54 million by a Senate committee last month. The legal component is no less important: as CNET reported on May 4, the FBI wants Internet companies not to oppose a proposed law that would require social-networks and providers of VoIP, instant messaging, and Web e-mail to build in backdoors for government surveillance.


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 Quoting: Cat Mouth




HEY, you fucking FBI asshats!!!

Eric Holder covered up Oklahoma City.
FBI participated in 911/WTC bombing.
Your agency is a bunch of evil criminal bastards... you did 1993 WTC bombing and you did 2001 WTC bombing.
Your agency killed Randy Weaver's wife and son.
Your agency did Oklahoma City.
Your agency did WACO.

YOU are the terrorists. GET A CLUE.

I double-dog dare you to investigate all of the above and truthfully get to the bottom of it. If you do, and you have a conscience, you cannot continue to work for the FBI unless you enjoy working for the TERRORISTS.
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


same thoughts.
if usa have not forced england to free colonies,we would be working for queen.but it would have been better than current indian govt.
corruption was non existent in those days
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


bsflag you idiot curry fool cruise
No wonder you fuckers can't even do a simple thing as drive a car ey? Americans would punch your head in fucker!
You can't fight either!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


you are still british subjects,kangaroos.
why you are so angry?any reason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


So are you shit street and dead body river cruise
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I love you Americans, for saving my Grandpa in WWII in Borneo, I probably wouldn't even be here now if it wasn't for you guys.
The Bravest fuckers in the world mate.
And you stopped the Japanese invading our country, you fucked them hard man, and laid down your lives to do it.
But im starting to wonder, if Japanese life might not have been better? afro
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


same thoughts.
if usa have not forced england to free colonies,we would be working for queen.but it would have been better than current indian govt.
corruption was non existent in those days
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


bsflag you idiot curry fool cruise
No wonder you fuckers can't even do a simple thing as drive a car ey? Americans would punch your head in fucker!
You can't fight either!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16259579


you are still british subjects,kangaroos.
why you are so angry?any reason?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12277064


My country is good asshole, don't come here, or I will fuck you up.
Get it?
Im British citizen too fool.
So I double hate you smelly cunt!

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