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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

websearch = shadow brokers equation group

Try the search. Follow whatever returned link appears most promising to you. Does it seem Skull and Bones has better security than NSA (the interesting question is the personnel overlap). What is absent from reporting is heads rolling. Behind the curtain it has to be happening. Shouldn't spies be smart? Having tons of intelligence is one thing. Being smart is another. Heller was the first author I've noticed to have distinctly made that characterization. Try a hypothetical: How many secret taxpayer dollars went into the debacle? Money spent. Not well spent. Another hypothetical: Does the story give you a warm feeling of privacy in your online life and interactions? Should you have expected one? Ever? From the start of the world wide web, the though of a spider web to entrap appeared to any questioning mind. The world is full of pluses and minuses. Today is judgement day for Debbie Wasserman Schultz; and for a lot more. For the national future. Surely more so than Trump-Clinton judges beyond making a show that mediocrity among the elite is desirable to the elite, in certain situations. Debbie Wasserman Schultz being one such situation. The presumption being "Who is Tim Canova" has an actual answer besides "No different really, than Debbie." Aren't Anthony and Huma an odd couple? Perhaps oddness is normal. With web privacy being what it is, what did that couple expect?

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