Government Wants to Control Internet

U.N. Report Reveals International Protocol for Tracking People Online

The document outlines the stages law enforcement agencies should go through when conducting electronic surveillance of suspects: first, by obtaining data and “cookies” stored by websites like Facebook, Google, eBay and Paypal; second, by obtaining location data from servers used by VoIP Internet phone services (like Skype); then, by conducting a “smart analysis” of these data before moving on to the most serious and controversial step: intercepting communications, exploiting security vulnerabilities in communications technologies for “intelligence-gathering purposes,” and even infecting a target computer with Trojan-horse spyware to mine data.

U.S. To Start Internet Storm of Dissent As Direct Consequence of Blatant Spying

Europeans unhappy with U.S. snooping on their internet activity under the guise of protecting its citizens!

Researchers at the University of Amsterdam have publicly voiced their concerns and anger at the United States for allowing their unconstitutional “Patriot Act” to bypass foreign laws and snoop on foreign citizens.

In a just published study, Cloud Computing in Higher Education and Research Institutions and the USA Patriot Act, researchers from the school’s Institute for Information Law say that legislation enacted to allegedly protect the security of US citizens has in the process eroded privacy protections on a global scale.

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