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You might be a terrorist if you have two cell phones, use Web proxies

By Matthew
Feb 2, 2012
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  1. unloco101

    unloco101 TS Rookie

    Security and Freedom through Encryption Act trumps what FBI thinks about your encrypted business dealings. Just because someone posts something on a tech website does not mean the FBI will have the right to bust through your door. If you are not a terrorist, then you have nothing to worry about. If you are conducting illegal actions, planning cyber attacks, or physical attacks, then yes--you might want to watch out.
     
  2. unloco101

    unloco101 TS Rookie

    (b) USE OF ENCRYPTION NOT A BASIS FOR PROBABLE CAUSE- The use of encryption by any person shall not be the sole basis for establishing probable cause with respect to a criminal offense or a search warrant.'.
     
  3. stan4

    stan4 TS Rookie Posts: 34

    LOL, I'm officially a terrorist, and also my entire Battlefield clan because we are a group of men between the ages of 25 and 65 from different states in the USA and Overseas, and we keep talkikng about nothing but guns, assault rifles, SMG's, LMG's, rigging vehicles with C4, and always talking about middle eastern cities (map names, lol), and sure the topic sometimes shift into politics, if one guy from the clan goes unemployed or has an increase on his medicare due to having more kids, see you in GUANTANAMO :D.
     


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