Thursday, July 29, 2010


CIA, Google Partner To Create Web Spying Network

I've been warning people for years that everything one writes and reads on the web is recorded by the government. Now it's at the very top of the Drudge Report, via Wired magazine, not exactly a shady or conspiracy-laden media outlet.

"Recorded Future strips from web pages the people, places and activities they mention. The company examines when and where these events happened ('spatial and temporal analysis') and the tone of the document ('sentiment analysis'). Then it applies some artificial-intelligence algorithms to tease out connections between the players. Recorded Future maintains an index with more than 100 million events, hosted on servers."

The idea is to figure out for each incident who was involved, where it happened and when it might go down. Recorded Future then plots that chatter, showing online “momentum” for any given event.

“We’re right there as it happens,” Ahlberg told Danger Room as he clicked through a demonstration. “We can assemble actual real-time dossiers on people.”

The government is using web spiders to crawl for data on a scale so massive the average computer user could not imagine. The FBI, CIA and NSA, partnered with Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, IBM and other major computing tech firms are amassing exabytes of your personal communications from your email and blogs, from your financial transactions and purchases, from your cell phone conversations and GPS tracking data, from the smart toll tags on your cars' windshields. And now it is admitted in the mainstream media that the purpose of this is to build behavioral profiles on you.

The man quoted above admits that the government can assemble real-time dossiers on you. Of course they can do that if they want an immediate update, but our rogue intelligence agencies already have profiles of each and every citizen in this country stored in their massive server farms. This has been happening for years, and I've been screaming about it, but now the globalists evidently feel like it's time to throw it in your face.

People have been so weakened and distracted by the death of the economy, the Gulf oil terror operation, illegal immigration, the coming war with Iran, the programmed failure of our war in Afghanistan, health scare deform, financial "reform" and general devolution of the world into absolute tyranny that the globalists know this story will fly right over the head of the average American. Just keep in mind that, should you want to say or write something negative about Barry Soetoro, Congress, the police, the banksters or the inbred global ruling elite, you run the risk of putting yourself on their S-list. I'm already there, and it's not a very comfortable place to be.

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