• "Non-state actor intelligence service"

    From warmfuzzy@700:100/0 to All on Wed Nov 15 05:17:17 2017
    I was listening to the news yesterday and WikiLeaks was called a "non-state actor intelligence service." I'd never really considered the possibility of an intelligence service apart from being attached to a country. How far would one go with that line of thinking? Is Spooknet a non-state intelligence service? I sure don't think so, but with people in power playing with words who knows? Maybe someday this message network will be called a "clear and present danger." It frustrates me how people who have a different opinion can call an apple an orange, or something otherwise as ridiculous... does every system with a focus on intelligence matters get labeled as a threat to security. Its just absurd.

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  • From NuSkooler@700:100/9 to warmfuzzy on Wed Nov 15 14:49:59 2017
    does every system with a focus on intelligence
    matters get labeled as a threat to security. Its just absurd.

    Of course. "If you're not with us, you're against us" is the general mentality of all governments.



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