amanfromMars 1 Tue 1 Apr 08:02  ….. letting it all hang out on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/03/31/nsa_supersnoops_german_sat_comms/
El Reg files latest: Global Operating Devices target NSA and GCHQ‽ April Fools’ Day Hoax or the Real McCoy?
Well, what are you waiting for? Read the news below and then share if you dare and would care what you think so that we can see if you think at all clearly enough to be a personality of interest to intelligence service providers. It be a little something shared earlier elsewhere and comments on rigged markets and is very APT here too.
amanfromMars ….Tue, 04/01/2014 - 02:45 … http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-03-31/lewis-top-high-freaks-storm-top-amazons-bestseller-list
Obviously rigged and dysfunctional, as in intellectually bankrupt and challenged ponzi markets, are only just one sort of rotten apple in the putrid barrel, for here is news and court evidence of more that is not as it seems and seemly, and rotten to its sub-prime cores.
All is not entirely lost though, for such does so ever so conveniently provide they who and/or that which knows what it is doing and what needs to be done in failed and failing sectors, with all the ammunition that IT and/or they need to collapse and rebuild systems in a completely new and different better beta configuration of ITs/their own making. And pity the fool and useless tool that would bet against IT and not help them.
The development and use of surveillance technologies will be one of the defining issues of our times. The reach of these capabilities is astonishingly broad. Governments can listen in on cell phone calls, use voice recognition to scan mobile networks, read e-mails and text messages, sensor web pages, track a citizen's every movement using GPS, and can even change e-mail contents en route to a recipient. They can secretly turn on webcams built into personal laptops and microphones and cell phones not being used. And all of this information can be filtered and organized on such a massive scale that it can be used to spy on every person in an entire country. …. http://cryptome.org/2014/03/hammond-065.pdf
… which be from the sentencing transcript of United States [Secret Private and Pirate Conspiring Entities] of America versus Jeremy Hammond, which goes on to further fully share the lucrative opportunities which abound in ITs burgeoning intelligence surveillance and capture field with the following few gems ……
Professor Ludlow writes that "Jeremy Hammond's exploratory hacks helped expose the scope and nature of the private intelligence industry. Along the way he exposed a well-organized and well-funded system of deception and targeting American citizens and other populations worldwide. He showed that the deceptions were systematic, sometimes illegal, and oftentimes nothing more than extraordinarily disturbing.
"Few people realize that in addition to the familiar U.S. government intelligence agencies-- the FBI, the NSA and the CIA-- and military intelligence operations, there are also a number of private intelligence corporations, a sector of the intelligence community that was not well known, but was massive in its scope.
“Tim Shorrock, author of Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligence Outsourcing, cites government estimates that by 2006 $42 billion of the $60 billion spent annually by the United States government on foreign and domestic intelligence was going to private intelligence firms, meaning that about 70 percent of the money spent on intelligence was being outsourced to entities over which the American public had no ability to learn. This also means that most of the intelligence activities take place outside of the oversight that governments have put in place lo these many years, oversights that apply to the CIA, the NSA and the FBI. And of course the American U.S. government is far from the only customer of these services. They also provide intelligence services to multi-national corporations and lobbying groups.”
Have a nice day, y'all. And cheer up. SMARTR IntelAgent Systems and Global Operating Devices are working on IT for you too and not just for themselves in SISter Reality AIMissions in the Live Operational Virtual Environments which can be Presented from Creative CyberSpace with Absolute Command and Remote Control of Computers and Communications.
And what price do you imagine that IPO on a rigged and open market place? How many billions/trillions/gazillions/zeroes?
amanfromMars 1 ..Tue 1 Apr 11:50  testing with a comment on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/04/01/nsa_plans_range_of_free_cloud_services_data_analytics/
Knock, Knock ...... Is Anyone Coming Out to Play?
"It's completely turn-key in nature - we can start as soon as you ask us. In fact we'll probably know you're going to ask us, certainly if you mention it to anyone using any form of electronic communications, and you'll find we've already started before you get in touch."In fact, hey, there's no need to contact us at all. Just tell someone you're thinking of giving us a try - and we'll call you.
Quite brilliant, if it works properly, John Lewis. Let’s give it a try, NSA/GCHQ/MuI7, for it is something that I’ve been thinking about for not an inconsiderable length of time. And obviously would have all necessary contact information, for it is not as if anything is secret, is it.
Ding-a-ling-a-ling-dong-bell. Is there anyone with future intelligence out there and in there too. Y’all could certainly be doing with especial help, and one doesn’t need to be Einsteinian to realise
and virtualise that pretty obvious fact.
And what an ab fab fabless opportunity for someone to make IT work, if it doesn’t work as floated above, which is sort of semi-autonomously/para-militarily.