Friday, June 14, 2013

GOODSTUFF'S BLOGGING MAGAZINE (107th Issue)

This photo blog explores the leaking concept of data mining and online profiling with Edward Snowden, Lindsay Mills, George Takei and Benjamin Franklin. Plus one sexy spy, Anna Chapman has come to visit 
Lindsay Mills, the girlfriend Edward Snowden left behind?
This might be legit. This Edward Snowden story comes from one source and just does not add up... 

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As for Lindsay Mills (flickr), it’s fair to say she possesses several physical qualities that are commonly associated with being hot. She has a torso with several limbs attached, and even a face, with symmetrical features!
Lindsay Mills on YouTube  
Adventures of a world-traveling, pole-dancing super hero

Lindsay Mills blog has been shut down but here is a Google cache of Lindsay Mills blog (she deleted it but it lives on digitally). 




Would you wiretap Lindsay Mills?

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Lindsay Mills on Pinterest
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I am sure we will see more of Lindsay Mills, now that her blog and personal photos have gone viral


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Lindsay Mills never mentions Edward Snowden by name, only calling him “E” on her blog, but posted photos that resemble him...

Edward Snowden becomes overnight sex symbol as the internet brands him 'geek hot'

Booz Allen Employees Think Edward Snowden Is A "Douche"

Edward Snowden doesn't seem all that likable. That's probably how he was able to do what he did.

Booz Allen said that Edward Snowden, who had been assigned to a team in Hawaii for less than three months, was earning a salary “at a rate of $122,000.” Snowden claimed he made about $200,000, a figure that could have included overtime pay and other bonuses.

From Lindsay Mills blog "Cue one of my favorite theme songs. Yes, I can admit I was a treky child. The thought of traveling through the stars at warp speed, meeting aliens and having epic battles was thrilling."




George Takei is hardly the only American concerned about the NSA's massive surveillance programs. But unlike most people, his fears are rooted in the memory of the government persecution he suffered firsthand in a Japanese internment camp.


George Takei "We were little more than numbers to our jailers, each of us given a tag to wear to camp like a piece of luggage. My tag was 12832-C"

Hat tip for Glenn Dude at Instapundit: This is a good time to reference Daniel Solove's "I’ve Got Nothing to Hide" and Other Misunderstandings of Privacy". It’s the #1 paper on SSRN for all-time downloads, and with good reason.


History does and will repeats itself

Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it

Honey Trap? - Sign This Petition Supporting Edward Snowden 
– Then Bend Over. We Want To Check a Few Things...

Hold on to your tinfoil hat! NSA, the rest of the alphabet soup, foreign countries, and little brother are data mining and profiling! WOW, I can't believe these groups are actually doing their jobs!

Data mining can be good, bad or ugly



Invasion of Privacy : Everyone is using their smartphones on the toilet. You know this is why cell phones are so germy, right? A semi-scientific study.


NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s life on Ars Technica

Edward Snowden’s Online Past Revealed

TIMELINE: Edward Snowden's Life As We Know It

Fred Dude at ExtraGoodShit (NSFW) has been posting great data mining and profiling links and stuff


Telephone operators in British Palestine, 1920s

Communication monitoring has been going on since the first telephone switchboards were install. It would gross negligence not to use a powerful tool that your adversaries or competitors use. Communication monitoring is never going to go away, it's here to stay. 

It's too cheap and easy. If you were to "stack" twenty plus home computers with dedicated broadband modems you would have a powerful computer. Think internet cafe or game shop...



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The Mass Media and the Blogosphere is riddled with the misinformation, outright lies, deception, distortion and lack of judgement. (Minister of Misinformation)

NSA leaker Edward Snowden is lying, say leaders of 
House Intelligence Committee





Edward Snowden exposed ongoing intelligence operations while a state of war exist. Edward Snowden should be prosecuted.

Oh, and by the way, Journalist are not above the law.  Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald 
When you have someone who discloses secrets like this and threatens to release more, they should be prosecuted.






Edward Snowden "I think it is really tragic that an American has to move to a place that has a reputation for less freedom. Still, Hong Kong has a reputation for freedom in spite of the People's Republic of China. It has a strong tradition of free speech." 

Benjamin Franklin did leak "secret" letters
The Hutchinson Letters Affair

If you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas - 

Remember not only to say the right thing in the right place, but far more difficult still, to leave unsaid the wrong thing at the tempting moment. - Benjamin Franklin 


Anna Chapman, the sexy spy, that leak secrets 


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Veni, vidi, vici

Anna Chapman is a Russian national, who while living in New York was arrested along with nine others June 2010 on suspicion of working for the Illegals Program spy ring under the Russian Federation’s external intelligence agency, the SVR (Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki). 

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Anna Chapman pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to act as an agent of a foreign government and was deported back to Russia in  July 2010, as part of a prisoner swap.


4 comments:

GOODSTUFF said...

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GOODSTUFF said...

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