Sunday, July 2, 2006

operation desert geek: pentagon is planning next invasion after Iraq - on 'my space'

The worlds attention is fixed on fears of the Americans nuking Iran and North Korea at any moment (plus Canada and Mexico), and the fears may be justified. But while the peace 'activists' are asleep having nightmares, the Pentagon is planning a sneaky 'shock and awe' surprise invasion - on 'my space'.


New Scientist magazine is reporting that the Pentagon's 'National Security Agency', which specializes in eavesdropping and code-breaking, is funding research into the "mass harvesting of the information that people post about themselves" on "social networks" such as 'my space'.

With a population of an estimated 18 million members 'my space' is considered a potential 'hot bed' of terrorism (instead of 'hot' men and women), by the paranoid freaks in the Pentagon, who are so out of the loop, they think 'wicked' means bad.

Now the 'sad' Pentagon peepers are hatching a perverted 'master' plan to enable them to watch everyone - everywhere.

Apparently the Pentagon is funding an evil research organization called 'Advanced Research Development Activity (ARDA) to 'scout' their 'my space' invasion.

The 'New Scientist says: "According to a report entitled 'Data Mining and Homeland Security', published by the Congressional Research Service in January, ARDA's role is to spend NSA money on research that can "solve some of the most critical problems facing the US intelligence community". Chief among ARDA's aims is to make sense of the massive amounts of data the NSA collects - some of its sources grow by around 4 million gigabytes a month".


The Pentagon peeper perverts want to 'harvest' every bit of information they can about people to build up a massive social map of interconnections. 'My Space' members will be 'tagged' according to their social, political and sexual preferences - and according to who they are linked with on the net.

For example they will be looking for people who are into learning how to fly airplanes - and people who know people who know people who are thinking of learning how to fly an airplane. People who play airplane flying games could also be 'tagged' as possible 'enemy combatants'. If they could they would count how many sheets of bog paper you use.


Already people are losing jobs or being rejected in job interviews because of personal information on the web which can be accessed with a simple Google search - even years after the original posting.

"People often list other facets of their personality including political, sexual, entertainment, media and sporting preferences too. Some go much further, and a few have lost their jobs by publicly describing drinking and drug-taking exploits. Young people have even been barred from the orthodox religious colleges that they are enrolled in for revealing online that they are gay." reports the New Scientist.

Soon you could be 'tagged' just for doing a search on 'Last' - after all you might be trying to escape.

Perhaps the Pentagon should track the connections between George Bush and his friends.

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