Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Conservative "liberty"

Feds Want A Wiretap Backdoor In All Net Hardware and Software
Think the federal government is too intrusive? You ain't seen nothing yet. An FCC mandate will require that all hardware and software have a wiretap backdoor that allows the government to tap into all your communications.
Yes, leave it to our republican corporatocracy to look out for our interests. And if that is not enough:
The final problem is that if all hardware and software has a backdoor, it's an open invitation to hackers. So we may be faced with a double-whammy: The feds and hackers working their way into our systems.
A note to the republican-controlled government and those who support them: Gee, thanks for all your "less government" bullshit, you fucking conservative hypocrites.


Ken Grandlund said...

Christ! Is there no bounds to where these intrusive bastards will leave us alone? We are not the enemy!

Hypocrits! Bastards! Freedom Haters!

Sar said...

Hacker: One who uses programming skills to gain illegal access to a computer network or file.

Yep. The shoe fits and they're stomping in it.

Grandpa Eddie said...

The thought police are on the rise.
Can't let anyone use their First Amendment right to free speech to say anything against Bush or the Republican party now can they.

Anonymous said...

But I love that you're president Mr. Bush. I love you. Love you. Love you.

michael the tubthumper said...

it is a two-pronged strategy.

the PR people are paid to try and convince that it is all in our best interests while the secret services just go ahead and do it anyway.

welcome to the freedom of speech loving west

Matt Vella said...

It's time to throw the tea in the harbor again.