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VIDEO : 'HOMELAND' To Scan Emails, Monitor Web Traffic

VIDEO : 'HOMELAND' To Scan Emails, Monitor Web Traffic

Joseph Menn and Deborah Charles | Reuters – 3 hrs.

The U.S. government is expanding a cybersecurity program that scans Internet traffic headed into and out of defense contractors to include far more of the country's private, civilian-run infrastructure.

As a result, more private sector employees than ever before, including those at big banks, utilities and key transportation companies, will have their emails and Web surfing scanned as a precaution against cyber attacks.

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A government manufactured

A government manufactured problem requires a government manufactured solution. The Federal Government is a manufacturing plant of endless ways to screw over their employers, Us. And they wonder why we hate them.

bigmikedude's picture

LOL. Time to start sending random emails that look like this:

F8vvuhv&*569) Ibbygf6d438075crts Ig7%$FBU^bbu &*hfy HJHGY-I5674

&yhsgth $57689 LO9kokl Mihuj777 LJ9-8767-YGTFR.

That should keep most of them occupied for a while.

deacon's picture

LOL,be careful

with that bud
i typed some gibberish like that once in a chat room
and it sent the chatterbot into cyberspace,it hasn't been seen since
needless to say,the creator wasn't too happy with me
but i do love that idea,might work on theirs too ;)

If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

It's good that they will have

It's good that they will have private banking passwords after all that. Should make government access to seize bank accounts easier than Cyprus.

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