sábado, 4 de febrero de 2012

If You Have Comcast Email You Could Be A Terrorist

Hey, are you "overly concerned about privacy" online or use anonymizers and Web portals? Do you like to check your ISP-provided email account on the road? How about talking to your cohorts in PC games? Yeah? Well, here's some bad news: according to the FBI and DoJ, there's a good chance that you're a terrorist if you do any of that in an Internet caf� -- and they encourage others to track your license plate, ethnicity, name� and more if you exhibit any of those "potential indicators."

Slashdot pointed us towards the Public Intelligence website, which first reported on the issue. Public Intelligence hosts a copy of the cyber-terrorist flyer that the DoJ/FBI created as part of their "Communities Against Terrorism" initiative. Checking Google Maps or paying in cash means you're probably a terrorist, too, by the way, so you might consider switching to plastic to keep The Man from breathing down your neck. ...

Via: http://www.maximumpc.com