Monday, 7 April 2014

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Yet there is "enlightened self-interest ..." .... The Daily Bell
And also advancing enlightened mutual self-interest in higher spheres of smarter and clearer thinking and action/proaction/HyperRadioProActive IT, DB.
Creative Words Command and Control New Worlds and Destroy Old Orders, Relatively Anonymously and Virtually Remotely ..... which is why there is so much emphasis put on ensuring pre-eminence and domination of cyberspace. However, such a place does not suffer the folly of fools and requires considerably more than just simple intelligence to grace one with favours one can savour and realise are practically impregnable. Success there abounds in the practice of secret wisdoms honed to perfection and exercised in experience.
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amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Apr 04:34 [1404070434] … sharing a few choice words on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/04/07/keeping_data_away_from_the_us_not_on_ustr/
Anyone for Real TitanICQ Poker?
The idea may seem, to those skilled in the art, as odd and redundant.
Quite the contrary, Richard Chirgwin, to those skilled in the virtual martial arts, for the idea is not at all odd or redundant, for it ensures and forces Uncle Sam, if he be in desperate need for a particular and peculiar sort of quantum communication [AI which be really great and exciting but also capable of turning astutely in an instant, and being, whenever deemed necessary, extremely bad and destructive] to pay for certain exclusive and proprietary disruptive information and/or constructive intelligence from foreign entities/alien bodies/persons of interest on the eastern side of the western pond and bleak tempestuous Atlantic, rather than thinking it acceptable to be able to phish and phorm it from ICT virtually for free. Those halcyon days are long gone. That is why the US Trade Representative is throwing toys out of the pram and thinking a tantrum appropriate.
However, all is not entirely lost, for such as those with a suitable security clearance and valid need to know and bulging fat wallet amongst the Wild Wacky Westerners in the Land of the Free can still have what they desire and/or vitally need, still virtually for free whenever they pass fistsfull of paper dollars/negotiable bonds to those who and/or that which can supply them with what Erotic Exotic Easterners/Euros are ...... well, being highly selective in providing.
Of course, it should not be lost on any or all, that such a simple relatively free virtual arrangement for payment in fiat paper currency of any denomination and hue, is easily made available to all in need of any kind of certain proprietary information and/or sort of sorted secret intelligence. And that is both the great abiding strength and persistent fundamental weakness in that remote global power reward system.
“Recent proposals from countries within the European Union to create a Europe-only electronic network (dubbed a “Schengen cloud” by advocates) or to create national-only electronic networks could potentially lead to effective exclusion or discrimination against foreign service suppliers that are directly offering network services, or dependent on them” the USTR thunders.
Indeed, Mr Thundering USTR, that be quite so, and it could lead to effective exclusion or discrimination against foreign and US service suppliers that are directly offering network services, or dependent on them, so Play Nice and Fairly and Avoid any Hassle is the Name of the New Great IntelAIgents Game in Town and of Paramount Importance to Never Ever Forget to Remember, WWWethinks.
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amanfromMars 1 ….Mon 7 Apr 09:23 [1404070923] having a deep darker web chat on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/04/07/keeping_data_away_from_the_us_not_on_ustr/
Re: sigh ... and the oh woe is me foe and phantom enemy play book fail
 "I guess they could care less how the rest of the world view us."
I suspect they couldn’t. … Big-nosed Pengie
Quite so, Big-nosed Pengie, and their actions would appear to prove the evidence that they couldn’t care less. However, the madness and sadness in such a fact nowadays, whenever things are fundamentally changed and being changed constantly, is that they should, for the views that the world and worlds see of them is not good for them and those and/or that which presumes to lead them, and is no longer going to be accepted and tolerated by them, either domestically at home or on foreign soil in alien lands.
And do yourself a big favour and don’t even think about placing any bets on that bald headed chicken not coming home to roost and laying waste to its cuckoos’ nests, for you will lose everything you possess packing and backing a lame duck.
Hmmm? Are El Reg Internet Service Provision servers under FCUKGBNI jurisdiction and control or in the command of the foreign office and stealthy intelligence services in another jurisprudence/mindset? Not that it really matters a jot of course, whether one be either on or off course/line, whenever one knows what one is doing in such fields as be sharing sensitive compartmented disruptive and creative information.
And the Schengen cloud comes with pitfalls too. "We're a European company and for security we have used "Europe-only" data services. But now we want to open an office in New York/Shanghai/Singapore--so I guess we need to change”. …. Marketing Hack
Err …. Hmmm …. In that case I suppose systems need just a novel change and a new exchange for information and intel [iex]? ……. http://www.iextrading.com
Something which is not crooked and corrupted, so that all can flash crash and play fairly together …… http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/06/magazine/flash-boys-michael-lewis.html
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amanfromMars said... commenting on http://amanfrommars.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/140406.html
I like your smart style with the FBI, Casey E.
Having a hard copy paper trail of all of your endeavours with them, and/or with all of their ilk, with a preserved catalogue of all of their replies [or non-replies as the case may be whenever parties are not willing or able to give a legal or legitimate opinion] is the easiest of ways to expose the weak links which deny one satisfaction and redress for deeds done against oneself.
Bravo.
7 April 2014 06:08
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amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Apr 11:38 [1404071138] commenting further on http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2014/04/07/keeping_data_away_from_the_us_not_on_ustr/
Catch 22 Big Time Real Time in the Virtual Space Sector
Here be an alternative, independent and exiled view on the subject ..... http://rt.com/news/us-global-spying-assange-761/  ..... which wholeheartedly agrees with the premise, which doesn't really need to be made practical if one is just careful about what one sends over communications channels and who one would be wanting to share information and intelligence with. And don't forget, there is no way to beat the knock at the door and a quiet fireside chat [with a relaxing smoke and/or a bevy or beauty or two or three] to get things off one's chest, whenever things are truly sensitive and likely to be highly destructive. Such is so much more civilised and satisfying, methinks.
The smarter operators in the phishing and phorming fields in which spooks and security boffins play need to up their game though, to be effective in the future, and be proactive and engage with emerging talent which may be baiting and leading them, before it discovers all of their faults and weaknesses and decides they be certainly unworthy of future supply of their magnanimous gifts.
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