* Posts by FetchIt

3 posts • joined 25 Nov 2013

How much did NSA pay to put a backdoor in RSA crypto? Try $10m – report


Re: Now then Now then

Re: NSA a "law unto themselves"...

Let's just tell it like it is: LAWLESS!

Of course any law outside the USA was summarily ignored. However, any law that interfered with collecting the haystack inside the border was subverted by one means or another.

For the premier "security" agency to deliberately and forcibly corrupt encryption security is beyond mind boggling.

Microsoft's cloudy chief: Azure reliability knocks your own kit for six

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"Just announced is a new Azure datacentre in São Paulo, Brazil"...built to NSA specs in order to become intimate with a certain Guradian reporter there.

New NSA leak reveals invasion of the management consultants


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We deny we ever read or comprehended the above cited reference in the context described in Sec. 14. of the "Freedom to not Read" Act of 1972 but otherwise have interpreted that if we did act as alleged it was all quite legal pursuant to Top Secret Order 1407 created in the year of our Creator 1984.

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