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Council on Foreign Relations : Defending an Open, Global, Secure, and Resilient Internet (2013) ... Yeah, No Kidding...

Yeah, right :

http://cryptome.org/2013/08/cfr-cyber-policy.pdf

Freaking FASCISTS :

http://www.cfr.org/about/corporate/roster.html

[...] The Task Force recommends that the United States develop a digital policy framework based on four pillars. First, it calls on the U.S. government to share leadership with like-minded actors, including governments, private companies, and NGOs, to develop a global security framework based on a common set of principles and practices. Next, the Task Force recommends that all future trade agreements between the United States and its trading partners contain a goal of fostering the free flow of information and data across national borders while protecting intellectual property and individual privacy. Third, the Task Force urges the U.S. government to define and actively promote a vision of Internet governance that involves emerging Internet powers and expands and strengthens governance processes that include representatives of governments, private industry, and civil society. Finally, the report recommends that U.S.-based industry work rapidly to establish an industry-led approach to counter current and future cyberattacks. The United States needs to act proactively on these fronts, lest it risk
ceding the initiative to countries whose interests differ significantly from its own [...] We're thankful to several individuals who met with and briefed the Task Force group, including Commander of U.S. Cyber Command General Keith B. Alexander; White House cybersecurity coordinator J. Michael Daniel; U.S. Department of State coordinator for cyber issues Christopher M.E. Painter; U.S. Department of Commerce general counsel Cameron F. Kerry; National Telecommunications and Information Administration administrator Lawrence E. Strickling; Center for a New American Security president Richard Fontaine; and New America Foundation senior fellow Rebecca MacKinnon. The report also benefited from a series of consultations with experts. Task Force member Bob Boorstin arranged a meeting with Eric Davis and Patrick Ryan at Google’s Mountain View headquarters, and Task Force member Elliot J. Schrage organized a meeting with Facebook executives at their Menlo Park headquarters, as well as conference calls with Matt Perault and Sarah Wynn-Williams [...]



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Your information brainwashing

Your information brainwashing war has been lost. MSM is no longer effective. Get over it. INTERNET CROWD SOURCING DID YOU IN. You want to try to stop that Now? Good luck. FU!

The CFR should be labeled a terrorist organization.

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Say "hello" to Law Perverted, before your being raped continues,

"The CFR should be labeled a terrorist organization."

Well, I hear you.

For now, it's still the truth seekers going to prison; say "hello" to Law Perverted, before your being raped continues, Amerika :

Andrew Auernheimer : "I'm Going To Prison For Arithmetic."

http://www.dailypaul.com/284672/andrew-auernheimer-im-going-...

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

For decades, we were told the CFR does not exist

NGOs need to be taxed into extinction.

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For decades? And what about the last 3+ years?

For decades? And what about the last 3+ years?

Whom would one listen to, then?

Maybe one could have had a look at some user testimonials?


http://youtu.be/Kfpgl6NqF0I

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius

Boy, I wish the CFR HQ building would just fall neatly

into its own footprint after an office fire.

CFR = Can (we) Fuck (the) Republic

What would the Founders do?

Since steel buildings now succumb to fire...

just find someone with a match. It's much easier than wiring the building for demo.

To tell you the truth I'm

To tell you the truth I'm getting bored with the computer. The in your face ads constantly reminds me of my surfing history with ads. The profiling of my interests whereby now I don't even trust the pricing of the products I'm looking for. The growing anonymity of communications: ie phone numbers with "unknown callers", or the constant barrage of foreign telemarketers. People are being sold on such complete privacy that soon they won't exist at all. People expecting me to tie myself at the hip with this technology to respond to e-mails instantly of course. "Facebook" is an antisocial mode of communication that warrants further study into its negative impact on society as we know it. I really don't care about Tom, Dick or Harriet's views on celebrities or their views either for that matter. Nonsense is taking over the media world.

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Disgusting.

What a disgrace for these companies to go in bed with these CFR blood and sweat thirsty leeches and control freaks.

Plunder and spreadsheets worshipers.

Disgusting controltards.

WTF.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

"To study and not think is a waste. To think and not study is dangerous." -- Confucius