WHO IS HIJACKING YOUR INTERNET SERVICE AND WHY?
According to Maj. Patrick Ryder of the Department of Defense, or the Department of Illegal Invasion and Occupation, the “questionable” collection of data on antiwar organizations and individuals, revealed by the American Civil Liberties Union under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, has “led to a tightening of military procedures to ensure that only information relevant to terrorism and other threats” is collected.
If you believe this, I have a bridge to sell you.
More likely, this revelation will lead to a “tightening of military procedures” to make sure such activity is not subject to Freedom of Information Act lawsuits, as we can expect the Pentagon to continue this practice. Snooping on Americans exercising their First Amendment right is not an “accident” or “questionable,” but business as usual, as the American people, or those who disagree with the government, are considered the enemy.
If you're a blogger against the war and the policies of the Bush administration, you might want to read this carefully. You could learn something!