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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Jam Echelon Day And the Communications and Multimedia Commission

Here is something I read from The Thingy. 

I hope you all know what is The Thingy? Its that  online thingy from the UK, written by that "white woman' who was born in our country.  The Thingy has been banned here.  

Anyway here be the latest  from The Thingy :
 
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has clarified reports that social messaging app WhatsApp group administrators might face legal action if they fail to prevent the spread of false information in the group.

“MCMC would like to explain to the public that all conversations in any group messaging applications like WhatsApp, WeChat, Viber, Telegram and such, are private.

“Investigations will only be initiated if there are complaints against the contents shared in that group.

“Hence, the public, whether they are the group administrator or member, should be careful in spreading news in their groups so that it does not become a case of spreading false information,” MCMC said in a statement posted on its Facebook page today.

The commission reminded that disseminating false information is a crime under the law, such as Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) 1998.

My comments :  This is why I do not join WhatsApp chat groups with more than two people. 

I am in quite a few very small WhatsApp groups but only with people whom I know personally.  I have also deactivated my Facebook since I cannot recall when (almost 10 years?)  I never Tweet.   Yet I communicate very well everyday with so many people. 

The reason being that in Euthanasia anyone can forward your thoughts or comments to somewhere else - like other Facebook groups etc, then some retard might get upset,  and then lodge a report  with the corrupted, the retards, the crooks or the lame and then they will come after you. Which is a really stupid waste of YOUR time.

They have at their disposal the 
  1. Security Offenses Act
  2. the Terrorist Act
  3. the more powerful Security Act
  4. the good old sedition thing
  5. the multimedia act
  6. the religious offenses acts
  7. printing and publications act
  8. the Quran text acts  
  9. the Penal Code

Holy sh_t  !! They have so many acts at  their disposal.  Just to prevent you from talking.

I do get emails from strangers (using fake names) asking me to confirm or comment on something I wrote. I suspect some of these people are trying to pin me down. Lame attempts.  I do reply such queries, sometimes. There are reasons. Everything must have a reason.

Anyway,  there is something called the Echelon Surveillance System in the US. Its quite old and it is operated by the NSA.  They use a string of satellites and radio intercepts to listen into every single telephone conversation around the world.  Sound recognition computers pick up programmed keywords in numerous languages.  If you have seen the movie 'The Bourne Identity' you will see a Hollywood representation of the Echelon Surveillance System. It is completely intrusive into peoples' private lives as well.


 Echelon listening post at Menwith Hill, North Yorkshire

So the hacker guys in the US came up with tricks to "jam" Echelon. On "Jam Echelon Day" they would send messages to one another with trigger words like assassinate, bomb, kill, blow up etc which they thought would be picked up by Echelon and then jam up the system. A childish thing to do but humorous  n'theless.

So maybe someone should organise a 'Jam The Retards Day' on their WhatsApp chat groups in Euthanasia. 

There are also easy ways to go around their 'surveillance'. You can use 'code words'.

For example, instead of moron just say  'Chief Thief'.  Or  'Thief the Chief'.  Everyone will know who is being referred to.  

Just say 'Kleptocracy'.  Everyone will know who or what  you are referring to. 

Or my favorite - Euthanasia.   Thats a DNA thing. Happy Saturday.

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