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[chai] Fwd: you're right - nothing better to do... (fwd)

Was ist davon zu halten?
Sieht nach SPAM aus, erinnert mich an den geplanten "Internetstreik".



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Subject: [chai] Fwd: you're right - nothing better to do...

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Date:        10/4/99 15:50 Uhr
Received:    10/4/99 16:02 Uhr
From:        Andrew Humphries, ahu@bankdata.dk

Here's a bunch a stuff I collected in a quiet moment
hope you enjoy the selection.  the first Is from a fairly reliable
source, the second is undoubtable...

>  We the monitored have decided to stand up against the very
>  real, very intrusive, and ultimately oppressive global
>  surveillance system known as Echelon. Echelon is a vast
>  mainframe set up by the New World Disorder in order to monitor
>  the world's electronic communications for subversive
>  keywords. Every time you send someone an email with keywords
>  like "revolution" and "hacktivism" [for instance], Echelon's
>  computers make a note of it. If you forward emails with
>  regularity with words on Echelon's extensive keyword list, you
>  may be marked for human "hands-on" monitoring.
>  On October 21, 1999 , netizens around the globe are implored
>  to send out at least one email with at least 50 keyword
>  words. You need not be privy to knowing exactly what words
>  Echelon uses. It is safe to assume that words such as
>  "revolution" and "manifesto" and "revolt" [etc.] will
>  work. Just be sure to sound as subversive as possible. There
>  isn't even any need to write a cohesive paragraph or
>  sentence. Echelon's computers does not understand the language
>  anyway. It only knows to look for certain words. By doing this
>  we can at least temporarily jam the global surveillance
>  system.

Here, supposedly, is a list of "trigger" words:

Rewson, SAFE, Waihopai, INFOSEC, ASPIC, MI6, Information Security, SAI,
Information Warfare, IW, IS, Privacy, Information Terrorism, Terrorism
Defensive Information, Defense Information Warfare, Offensive
Offensive Information Warfare, The Artful Dodger, NAIA, SAPM, ASU, ASTS,

[ca. 200 Zeilen "list of "trigger" words" geloescht]