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[liberationtech] New Twitter transparency report

carlo von lynX lynX at
Wed Jul 31 23:48:10 PDT 2013

On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 03:10:42PM -0500, Anthony Papillion wrote:
> > orders. We believe it?s important to be able to publish numbers of
> > national security requests ? including FISA disclosures ?
> > separately from non-secret requests. Unfortunately, we are still
> > not able to include such metrics."

The day they will be permitted to, it will no longer be relevant.

Why make civilians feel uncomfortable day-in day-out if you can
PRISM a copy of the entire "private" traffic of direct messages
etc and include it into your XKeyscore search engine?

> Personally, I wonder what would happen if firms banded together and
> simply said 'screw it, we're publishing everything short of usernames
> and investigation details"? If a majority of firms did this, how would
> the government respond?

With more PRISM.

Don't expose to private companies how much you are using their
data. Just grab it all and throw it at your real-time indexer.

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