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FBI Wants to Tap The Net

CmdrTaco posted more than 12 years ago | from the and-own-your-soul dept.

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Majik was among the stream sof people submitting this story about the FBI wanting to tap the net. Makes carnivore look like a baby monitor since this tracks all packets, and would be placed at key locations on the net.

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FBI just wants all the good pr0n (5, Funny)

kcornia (152859) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461535)

You know that's what they're after. Hoover left a more lasting legacy than we know...

Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1)

evil_spork (444038) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461565)

I claim this fp in the honor of all trolls and crapflooders extending the page width and all the ACs who are now IP banned from it.

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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1)

evil_spork (444038) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461594)

New photo of Slashcode released! You can view it here [goatse.cx] !

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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1)

evil_spork (444038) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461652)

We hit the maximum depth last night with this thread [slashdot.org] and check out all the stuff modded to -1, Troll. Looks like editor moderation to me. Damn you, Michel Sims!

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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1)

evil_spork (444038) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461694)

Fuck the lameness filter. Taco, you really need to get a clue about coding. You fucking suck.

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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461734)

Oh, well, I hit the maximum number of posts with evil_spork. I'll be back later tonight to fuck the page width up some more. :)




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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (-1)

Sunken Kursk (518450) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461702)

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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A letter sent to an Argentine family from the United States, containing tourism pamphlets, has tested positive for the presence of anthrax, the minister of health said. A CNN report that the letter, sent from Miami, Florida, had a return address for Carnival Cruise Lines, was not correct. CNN regrets the error. The letter did contain a pamphlet that mentioned cruises offered by Carnival, but was not an official pamphlet for Carnival. So far, the one person in the family who handled the letter has tested negative for anthrax, Minister of Health Hector Lombardo said Friday.

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Re:FBI just wants all the good pr0n (3, Funny)

Tackhead (54550) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461676)

> FBI just wants all the good pr0n
> You know that's what they're after. Hoover left a more lasting legacy than we know...

I dunno, transvestite pr0n may be your thing, but it's not mine. Then again, I don't work for the Feebs.

("When I asked for a color TV in my hotel room, this is not what I meant!")

Go ahead. (4, Interesting)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461541)

I'm going to put the words anthrax, get the bomb, allah, and kill them all in every fucking packet. Let's see em sort through 800000 terabytes of crap a day.

Re:Go ahead. (-1)

Trollificus (253741) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461566)

Don't forget to add "kill the president" to your wordlist. That will be sure to get their atte..Err. Could you hang on a minute? I hear a knock at the door.

..oh shit..

Re:Go ahead. (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461684)

Cool. The "brothers" in the jailhouse need some fresh white booty. They will love you!

Lamers (3, Interesting)

Renraku (518261) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461549)

Wouldn't this degrade the performance of the Internet in general? Tapping the 'net also has a few more drawbacks. It only examines packets enroute. That would tend to catch people doing legitimate things more than it would catch criminals. Meaning, they could see you sending and receiving traffic from some server that could possibly have illegal things on it (which is what? 90% of servers) and then swoop down and bust you for aiding a criminal or something stupid.

Re:Lamers (3, Informative)

isa-kuruption (317695) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461610)

No, it wouldnt degrade the performance. There is something in Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) called a passive sensor. All network traffic would be forwarded to the passive sensor. This would be an easy task for any router. The hard part is the passive sensor would have to be able to look through as much data as the router/switch could put out (like 20gbit/sec?)

Re:Lamers (1)

LordKariya (195696) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461714)

'The goal might be to get companies that use packet data to have those packets go to one place for purposes of wiretap and other intercept capabilities," Baker said'

If an enormous amount of traffic is being routed through the same pipe(s), I find it hard to believe this won't cause a bottleneck. Sweet, the internet has been way too fast lately.

always assumed this is being done (2)

peter303 (12292) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461551)

I always though the NSA was doing this already. So why worry?

Re:always assumed this is being done (3, Interesting)

cnkeller (181482) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461617)

I always though the NSA was doing this already.

NSA does not spy/eavesdrop on US citizens.

Read their charter; i'm pretty sure it's not classified. When I was a contractor at Ft Meade, I wrote a lot of extra code to specificially make sure of things like this for my project. I can't speak of the FBI, CIA, or DIA however...so draw your own conclusions people. Things may have changed in the last year, but as of a few years ago this was a top priority for each project I was on. If someone can convince me I'm wrong (project names, people, etc, not random web links), I'd love to know about it as I still talk to many friends at the agency (about unclassified things of course).

Re:always assumed this is being done (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461678)

all your freedom are belong to [censored by FBI]

Re:always assumed this is being done (-1)

Dead Fart Warrior (525970) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461716)

No, that was the TLC (Tri-Lateral Commission). The leaders of the Illuminati.

Re:always assumed this is being done (5, Informative)

Tackhead (54550) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461751)

> I always though the NSA was doing this already. So why worry?

The difference is that NSA is an intelligence organization, not a law enforcement organization.

That is, NSA doesn't care about who you slept with last night, your tastes in g0at-pr0n, whether you may or may not have indulged in recreational pharmaceuticals in your misspent youth, how many MP3z and warez you download, or whether you traffic in copy control circumvention devices. Even if you assume (incorrectly) that they want to spy on US citizens, keeping track of jaywalkers is not their mandate, and they're busy enough with the stuff that is their mandate.

It is, however, entirely within the FBI's mandate, as enforcers of the law, to "sweat the small stuff". Today, they hunt terrorists with guns, when they're gone, they'll scour the database to find the terrorists with drugs, and next year, they'll start earning their keep by nailing the copyright terrorists.

Spooks have better things to do with their time. Cops don't.

I don't remember who said it, but (1, Insightful)

Scott Lockwood (218839) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461553)

Those who are willing to sacrifice freedom for security deserve neither.

Re:I don't remember who said it, but (2)

Rocketboy (32971) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461662)

Ben Franklin

Rocketboy, not Rocket Scientist (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461720)

He just might have been being sarcastic.

(Hint: So am I)

It's all about the Benjamins... (3, Insightful)

sterno (16320) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461665)

It's a paraphrase of Ben Franklin and the original quote was:

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."

For some reason this quote keeps coming up a lot lately. I wonder why :)

Re:I don't remember who said it, but (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461698)

Where the hell have you been? What is up with Geekizoid?

Whoa, this is getting confusing!!! (5, Funny)

ekrout (139379) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461554)

Whoa, this is getting confusing!!! What happens if an FBI agent uses a Windows machine running some packet-catching/sniffing program to "tap the 'Net"? Wouldn't this be a crime since they'd be using a terrorist-harboring operating system (see last Slashdot article) to search for terrorists? Uggghhh...

This has to stop (1)

maddman75 (193326) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461562)

These kinds of abuses have gone on long enough. Even if this doesn't pass, its the kind of gross abuse that is born when a certain segment of the population goes unheard. We have to untie, to make certain that our rights are not swept away. Follow the link in my sig, we are trying to make our voices heard in D.C.

Re:This has to stop (1)

johnstown (471249) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461747)

Lysdexics of the world untie!

Re:This has to stop (2)

dada21 (163177) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461752)

Getting your voices heard isn't going to work as those voices don't hold up big money. Go donate some money to a POLITICAL party [lp.org] so they can advertise and get votes. Even $50 helps reach 2500 people.

Great... (5, Insightful)

don_carnage (145494) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461564)

The next thing you know, they'll want control of all major routers; It's just one more step to bring the Internet under US control. Welp folks, it's time we built our own network...

Re:Great... (-1)

Hack Shoeboy (441994) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461621)

Welp folks, it's time we built our own network...



OMG! Somebody gets it! It's not your network right now. If you want privacy, own the damn lines.



Hack Shoeboy

Re:Great... (0)

gregorio (520049) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461708)

Welp folks, it's time we built our own network...

That's why I think that wireless tech should be improved and that's why wireless will be the future.

Re:Great... (1)

czardonic (526710) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461766)

That's why I think that wireless tech should be improved and that's why wireless will be the future.

The FBI will LOVE this. Wireless is a snap to sniff. That is, unless you are talking about small, independent networks, which are hardly an alternative to the current net.

A citizens request (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461567)

This is EXACTLY like having a snoop in every store, classroom, birthday party, adult video store. Now, it will be exceptionaly true that only those with money can run for office. How else to snow where you've REALLY been for the past 15 years? Who's your daddy, now?

Please, write your congressperson.

Please, write your congressperson.

Re:A citizens request (1)

chemstar (457943) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461615)

Better yet, dissenting information on Slashdot.

Taking abuse of current situation (0)

Wouter Van Hemel (411877) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461568)


They're just taking abuse of people's feelings, with all the things currently happening in the US. Extremists like the Taliban are actually not allowed to use the internet, because it's evil. It's the petty-kid-hacker that's gonna end up, or -paranoia, x-files tune- industrial/governmental spionage.

Re:Taking abuse of current situation (0)

Wouter Van Hemel (411877) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461607)


"... kid that's gonna end up getting caught... " that is... :)

Authentication? (2, Insightful)

jiheison (468171) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461569)

They can tap whatever they want. Can they PROVE, based on a few packets, who is sending the information?

Without stronger security/authentication in general, this will be useless for the purposes of stopping actual criminals.

What's the big worry? (1, Troll)

SumDeusExMachina (318037) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461571)

Why does everyone here get all worked up about the governement watching us if they truely have nothing to hide? I mean, you guys are starting to sound like a bunch of criminals. Besides, its not like the FBI would actually be able to keep up with the firehose of traffic traveling over major backbones. Not even today's most advanced network hardware and storage technology would be able to keep pace with sniffing all the data coming across all the networks. Plus, it would be near impossible to sift through it all to discern some kind of pattern.

Re:What's the big worry? (2, Insightful)

jiheison (468171) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461600)

Because having something to hide is not the same as being a criminal. I'm sure you can think of a few things that someone may want to keep private, other than evidence of their involvement in a crime. There are many things besides breaking the law that can get you singled out for harrassment and persecution in this country.

Re:What's the big worry? (2)

sphealey (2855) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461616)

Why does everyone here get all worked up about the governement watching us if they truely have nothing to hide? I mean, you guys are starting to sound like a bunch of criminals.
Who will guard the guardians? Which is a quote from Roman times, showing how little human nature changes over the years.

In the 1900's, in the US, alone, off the top of my head, we have people who opposed US entry into "the Great War" being imprisoned for life, people who didn't agree with the conventional wisdom concering communism being imprisoned or hounded, people who J. Edgar Hoover didn't approve of being spied upon, harassed, intimidated, and blackmailed (by the government!), people who Richard Nixon didn't like being targeted by the IRS, people who Richard J. Daley didn't like being spied upon and shot, and so on.

sPh

Re:What's the big worry? (3, Insightful)

Amazing Quantum Man (458715) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461724)

Why does everyone here get all worked up about the governement watching us if they truely have nothing to hide?

You've got it backwards. The question should be:

Why is the government all worked up about watching us if we're not criminals?

Just one point... (2)

Psiren (6145) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461572)

Has anyone told them that the Net is an international affair? It could be argued that the States dictating all and sundry to the rest of the world is what got them into this mess in the first place.

THERE IS ONLY ONE THING TO DO: (1)

mr_don't (311416) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461579)

GNUPG!!! [gnupg.org] 1024-bit encryption at least!

everyone act surprised now... (1)

3am (314579) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461580)

come on, this is exactly what has been done with every mode of communication throughout history.

we all knew it was coming, and frankly, i thought it was quietly humming along already.

Welcome to 1984... (2)

supabeast! (84658) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461582)

Off by 17 years, no big deal...

Re:Welcome to 1984... (1)

3am (314579) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461612)

overused and not completely analogous.

shut up (-1)

ArchieBunker (132337) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461701)

Every time someone here mentions 1984 it makes me want to smack them silly. take off your aluminum foil hat for a while.

Re:Welcome to 1984... (3, Interesting)

mlc (16290) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461709)

Ah, but, unfortunately, we are not fully at 1984 yet. That is why some friends and I have formed the Students for an Orwellian Society [studentsfororwell.org] (SOS). Because 2001 is 17 years too late.

Holy... (1)

justletmeinnow (315504) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461583)

...developing a new surveillance architecture that would concentrate Internet traffic in several key locations where all packets, not just e-mail, could be wiretapped.

Are they talking about routing all communications through their little tools??? I don't suppose this would cause a bottleneck or anything...

Non-centralized archetecture (2)

Bonker (243350) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461673)

It would also break the 'route around damage' paradigm that has served the internet so well.

Not that this already isn't the case, thanks to consolidation by backbone providers, but...

Say that the internet in the US is routed through 20 or so central hubs. I think this is about how many DNS root servers we have, but feel free to correct me. Hitting any one of those hubs with a 'terrorist attack' could knock massive sections of the internet offline.

Who multihomes their website? There are maybe a double handful of ISP's who multihome, and only a very few commercial websites.

Internet consolodation is a very bad thing. Instead, let's get in the habit of using wireless connections.

Re:Holy... (2)

sulli (195030) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461745)

Well, really centralizing traffic in "just a few" locations would be a moronic idea. But I think they're thinking of adding these devices to peering points, where a lot of traffic does in fact go.

Wasn't there an Internet-Draft a few years ago that involved adding surveillance to basic router function, that was shot down loudly by the IETF community?

What makes a good turd? (-1)

The Turd Report (527733) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461586)

I keep asking myself this question every day. Should I go for volume? Lots of fiber? Lots of meat? I want a turd that is a 10 on my scale of turds. One that needs a bit of work to get moving. A long one that curls its way around the bowl of my toilet. A turd with a diameter so big, you have to break it up with a coat hanger to get it to flush; one a big around as a beer can. Anyway, suggestions would be appreciated.

Performance, price to consumers? (5, Insightful)

weez75 (34298) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461595)

It's pretty clear that everyone is going to scream about how horrible this is for privacy. Granted, it will be frightening in its approximation of of Orwell's Big Brother but don't overlook that this will slow internet traffic down considerably. Imagine peeking in on every packet sent! Further, to accomodate this I have a feeling the cost will be passed down to you and I--the taxpaying public. I see farms of servers collecting and storing data, offices filled with high-paid IT staff and IT forensic specialists. So, to recap: bad for privacy, slows down the net, and we'll pay for the privilege of being spied on. I'll have say this isn't in our best interest...

Re:Performance, price to consumers? (3, Insightful)

Rogerborg (306625) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461736)

  • Imagine peeking in on every packet sent

Why would you need to do that? The idea is just to route every packet through a couple of points, then you look for packets to or from a.b.c.d.

It seems achievable (or at least sellable to a gullible legislature). The funny ha ha is that it introduces insane vulnerabilities into the 'net. Picture the effect of taking out one of these monster router farms.

Get in the habit of using Crypto now... (5, Insightful)

Bonker (243350) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461597)

And make this unfeasable for real production use.

Breaking 2048 bit DH compression on one packet or transmission is feasible, given time and a (very) powerful computer.

If the FBI were to have to crack even 2-5% of the billions of packets that went through their system, however, it would make this system completely unworkable.

Use PGP or GPG. Sign your messages. Let other people know that you prefer messages sent to you in encrypted formats. Surf and download from sites who use SSL. It's not that hard, and once you get in the habit of encrypting data, you'll feel safer and more secure.

Re:Get in the habit of using Crypto now... (5, Insightful)

Rogerborg (306625) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461679)

  • If the FBI were to have to crack even 2-5% of the billions of packets

If even 2-5% of active voters wrote to their elected representatives telling them to knock this on the head, it would get stopped and stopped hard. That might be a more achievable goal.

Someone please refresh my memory... (2, Interesting)

FatRatBastard (7583) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461601)

... does IPv6 have built in encryption? (or at least the ability to do encryption at the IP level?)

That could really put a dent in the ability to snoop (they still may crack it, but its going to cost a hell of a lot more processor cycles to do so).

Re:Someone please refresh my memory... (3, Informative)

sulli (195030) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461690)

Yes, but don't forget that IPSec can be used with IPv4 which we all use now. IPSec is normally used for virtual private networks, but there's no particular reason you couldn't extend it to other services. It's not so useful for any-to-any communication (it assumes PKI availability) but perhaps this will change as users get more paranoid.

Good. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461604)

Maybe this will cut down on illega music and software pirating too. I hope this effort is helped along by the RIAA and MPAA, as well.

Information wants to be free. (-1)

Hack Shoeboy (441994) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461605)

By tapping packets, they are not stealing anything, since they still reach their destination, right? And besides, there is no such thing as intellectual property, right?



What's the big deal?



Hack Shoeboy

So let them. (4, Redundant)

Dr. Sp0ng (24354) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461618)

So what? People have had the ability to listen in on network communications since the dawn of time (well, the dawn of networking, anyway :) If you have to transmit any sensitive or private information, encrypt it [gnupg.org] ! Maybe this will finally get people to get off their asses and start using PGP/GPG like they should anyway.

waste of time (1)

vinnythenose (214595) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461629)

What a useless waste of time on the government's part. I mean really, let's say they manage to tap the whole internet, that's what, 1, 2 billion using it? Okay, most of those people doing things like "hi how's it going emails". Let's say there's an equal distribution of 1 terrorist for ever 100 000 legitimate users. Oh yah, they're going catch them. What, doing a word search on the packets?

It would just slow the internet down and result in copious amounts of largely useless data. Like tapping every phone line, like anything usefull would come out of it. You'd never be able to keep up with the quantity of information.

Besides, if you have nothing to hide, where's the big deal. We haven't had "freedom" for a long time, what's the point in starting now.

How the other nations gonna like this? (2)

M_Talon (135587) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461632)

Can't wait to see how this proposal flies with other nations that might have more strigent privacy laws. We might just end up with a USNet and an Internet (that includes everyone else but us). We're doing a real good job of isolating ourselves from the rest of the world tech community with things like this and things like the DMCA.

Hopefully this is all just talk that will get rationalized out. Then again, we are a nation in fear (don't let the red, white, and blue fool ya), and fearful people don't do rational things. How much further do we have to go before we get a big wake up call in the form of not being the #1 nation technologically?

Wiretapping (2, Informative)

LazyDawg (519783) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461635)

Even if they pick up every single packet sent over the Internet, they would have a very hard time picking up useful content.

There are roughly a billion computers on the Internet, and each one sends out a heavy stream of packets, which contain any number of encryption and steganographic schemes.

To actually stop would-be terrorists from using the internet to transmit thought crime or seditious materials, they would need a very very big computer that filters out various pieces of traffic. No matter how hard you try, this will increase network latency, and piss off the average user.

If a massive, unprovoked attack on our rights to privacy, freedom of expression and thought doesn't stir the people to action, imagine Joe Sixpack when he can't view streaming porn as quickly. He'll be calling his congressman immediately.

Hey, FBI: FUCK YOU. (2, Interesting)

Dirtside (91468) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461637)

Why the fuck does the FBI think this is necessary? What in the name of Eris are they trying to accomplish with this? Who are the assholes at the FBI, the individual men, who think this is a good idea?

When you think about the FBI wanting to tap the entire internet, think about it this way: Would you be okay with the FBI wiretapping EVERY PHONE IN THE COUNTRY without getting a warrant for each one first? Because that's essentially what they are doing.

And they want to CENTRALIZE DATA as well! Yep, nevermind the whole idea of a distributed network (not that the backbone providers give a shit about that anyway), let's just put all the data on one server so that the FBI can easily listen in to every conversation in the country!

What a bunch of fucking bullshit. </rant>

Carnivore *IS* a baby monitor... (3, Insightful)

EvilAlien (133134) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461638)

Carnivore *IS* a baby monitor. Just be glad there aren't video cameras all over the place like in London, that'll give you the Orwellian feeling you've been craving.

It shouldn't really be that shocking that a device like Carnivor exists, is used, and has analogs in other jurisdictions as well. The Canadian RCMP have something like that. They don't have an equivalent to Echelon, but then again Canadians are passive and wouldn't dream of plotting to overturn our ineffective government. No need to spend money on that, might as well setup more social assistance programs to help "refugees" setup a few more terror cells.

Centralized network means single point of failure (5, Insightful)

techmuse (160085) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461640)

One major problem exposed by this idea is that the Internet will suddenly have a single point of failure (and slowness) where all of the packets have to go through. Do you like your Internet slow and vulnerable?

Re:Centralized network means single point of failu (3, Insightful)

EvilAlien (133134) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461706)

Distributed collection, perhaps distributed storage and forwarding of data over (possibly) private network. Collectors targeted to IPs under suspicion. All these means is more efficient data intercept orders with the sniffers already deployed. This would cost a helluva lot of money that should be spent on education or given back to the tax payers. Boxes that do this stuff aren't cheap.

Port mirroring or silimar tactics would be used to send copies of data to the collectors. Another big question raised by this is will these collectors be accessibly on public address space? How will they be secured? When (not "will") they become targets for crackers, info-terrorists, and hostile foreign governments?

Re:Centralized network means single point of failu (3, Insightful)

Rogerborg (306625) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461756)

It's unthinkable that terrorists would dare to target such a potent symbol of US power and authority.

No... wait... that was before September 11th.

This proposal is vile and ahborent in moral, technical and security terms. Three for three.

No problem -- "Let's roll!" (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461642)

Today, two Negro men working at the Post Office dropped dead from anthrax. Two more of their coworkers are fighting a life and death struggle in the hospital. If tapping the Net will save even one innocent life, I say -- GO FOR IT, LET'S ROLL!.

We must win this war by any means necessary. The stakes are too high. Wire tap till you drop. Let's win this thing.

They want to tap? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461644)

Fine. Let them get a warrant. I don't care who they tap, as long as they get the appropriate warrants first.

Oh, you mean they want to be able to tap anyone at will? Sorry, but there is absolutely no justification for that. Seriously, has anyone ever considered the possibility of pressing charges of treason against people who try to implement this? One of only two things the US government is allowed to consider treason is "making war on the United States": is not such an active assault on the rights of the people an act of war?

Oh, wait; you could throw most of Congress in for that, after the DMCA and USA acts. Can't have that, now can we?

Reassuring (1)

SumDeusExMachina (318037) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461646)

I'm glad to see that the FBI and the US government are taking a proactive stance in the fight against terrorism. It is a well known fact that the terrorists communicated with each other through the internet in order to coordinate their attacks that took place on 9/11.

Think about the measure of safety that this affords us. No longer will we have to look over our shoulders and wonder if that Arab guy standing behind us is carrying a bomb. We will have the Feds tracking them down and arresting them long before they can cause harm, because they were watching their internet traffic and found something very suspicious.

I don't know about you so called "privacy advocates" (which is, btw, such an outdated and irrational concept), but I prefer staying in one, unburned piece to the unthinkable alternative. So please, stop standing in the way of my safety.

Re:Reassuring (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461717)

Wish I had some points to mod you down as a troll. I don't know about you, but I never look behind me and wonder if an Arab is carrying a bomb.

You'd better get your blunderbuss cleaned up so you can start knocking carrier pigeons out of the sky "just in case".

Re:Reassuring (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461718)

Maybe a bit too obvious eh? Try to relax.

Encrypt everything but the misinformation. (2)

influensa (267570) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461650)

I've been trying to, but haven't yet, made a habit of encrypting all email traffic that comes from me. It's inconvient sometimes, but probably worth it. It's a habit worth keeping, because even though government is only just starting to monitor our internet traffic (yeah right..) many corporations already can and do.


I would also suggest organizing mock terrorist and organized crime cells. Have fun with the cops by sending logistics data back and forth between friends about assasinations, pipe bombs etc. Don't encrypt these, but make them sound serious. If they want to read our emails, then we should fuck with them.


This kind of stuff is especially serious for activists. Increasingly in Ontario at least, activists are being painted as terrorists. The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty is being labled as a terrorist organization for its campaign to defeat the nasty provincial government. Police powers really scare me, because I organize direct action which could be construed as terrorism by authorities trying to keep dissent in check. The actions that I organize are all nonviolent, nobody ever gets hurt, nothing ever gets damaged, but my rights to dissent actively (ie. more than just letter writing) could quickly disappear in this climate.

Re:Encrypt everything but the misinformation. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461746)

Go ahead, i'll be laughing my ass off as the police now have all the evidence that they need to bust into your house and seize all of your computer equipment as well as search everything else. After destroying anything that they think could have hidden terrorist materials just look at what you will have left. All that you got was the enjoyment of fucking with the police, now they don't have as many resources to deal with legitament concerns, such as public safety (not only from terrorists, but also general perps). If nothing else by seizing your computer they can then bust you for copyright violations. So enjoy, I'll just encrypt.

What would this accomplish? (2, Insightful)

elliotj (519297) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461653)

I don't understand the utility in doing this anymore than the libertarian opposition to it.

I would assume that any self-respecting bad guy will be using good strong encryption to protect any sensitive data. That would make the resulting packets read like garbage until decoded, which would make sifting through the data stream very difficult indeed. So widespread, readily available encryption will make this of little use to the Feds.

And I don't really worry about the threat of 'big brother' watching me any more than I currently worry about crackers getting at my stuff. Afterall, the measures one should take to protect yourself today (using SSH instead of telnet for example), will also protect yourself from being snooped upon by the government. So there's nothing new here.

The big concern is the tax dollars will be wasted by the feds to put this in place.

we do something simular (2, Informative)

ReidMaynard (161608) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461660)

here at our org already ... let me tell you, you will need A LOT OF STORAGE SPACE to save this stuff off

web traffic alone we see about 500G a day, just from 250k workstations surfing and such.

I think we're looking at 50-500TB per day, but prolly more. time to buy some hard drive stocks.

Here is the perfect opportunity... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461661)

for JavaScript to shine! How long before the "Punch The Monkey!" and "Free X-10 Webcam!" pop-ups clog up the FBI systems and render them usesless?

Analysis nightmare (1)

ryepup (522994) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461667)

OK, so they are going to scan every packet that flies through. What exactly will they do with this? While some could be put together as valuable information, who's going to sort through all the packets?

Also, centralizing the email system (BAD IDEA) would give terrorists a handful of nice targets, gearing to further take down American economy.

Are we going to see the FBI strong-arming ISPs and businesses into doing this? Sounds like a mafia thing. "Re-route your packets, and the FBI will 'protect' you from IRS audits, SPA inspections, and other government agencies."

Massive amount of Money (2, Insightful)

thetechweenie (60363) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461672)

I highly doubt that the FBI could pull this off. First of all, the budget for something like this would be huge to say the least... Secondly, the FBI doesn't have the engineering staff to support something of this size. Your talking about putting huge clusters at all of the NAPS. Even then they won't get info that doesn't pass through that NAP. What's going to stop terrorists from using a VPN? This sounds like a major waste of money, and a flawed solution...

Complain all you want... (3, Interesting)

isa-kuruption (317695) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461682)

I know everyone is going to whine and complain... and I'll probably get mod'd down for trolling, but here it goes...

I run a webserver (as a business) and have run shell servers in the past. I don't think ANY of these people who have been on the receiving end of a 2 day DDoS attack. Now, if such a system would be put into place, there would be other advantages than just searching for "key words" in text. It would most likely be a enterprise integrated intrusion detection system used to find and stop DDoS attacks and the such. If these systems could use formulas to determine a DDoS and black hole routes before it can cause thousands of dollars of damage to an ISP, then it would save LOTS of money!

At one provider, I was received a bill of a few grand of bandwidth charges when my shell box was hit with a DDoS for several hours... image what it would cost Yahoo! and such sites in lost revenue.

Also, the FBI isn't interested in your e-mail. Sure, it would allow them to look at it but it's no different than being able to tap your phone now. So what's the difference between tapping your phone and tapping your internet connection? Nothing. There is no difference. They'll need a wire-tapping order to do it, still.. And yes, someone will respond "but they won't need one to do this!" and you're right... they also don't need one to tap your phone, but it's illegal without it. Hence, we would be protected under the same laws as the current wiretapping law.

Another reason to vote correctly. (2, Flamebait)

dada21 (163177) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461683)

Stop and look around at who is supporting the FBI: Democrats and Republicans.

An obviously unconstitutional government organization, one that spends so much of our tax dollars but has done relatively little to help us (if at all).

If this isn't a reason to vote Libertarian and only Libertarian, and shut this group down, I don't know what is.

There is no need for an FBI. If a crime extends past state lines, there is nothing preventing the two police agencies from working together to solve it.

Re:Another reason to vote correctly. (2)

isa-kuruption (317695) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461727)

Uhh right. And you would trust The East Bumblefuck County sheriff to work with the NY state police to find someone related to the attack on the WTC? Yup... there's some good logic. We don't need law enforcement, right?

Guess no more CounterStrike for me (5, Funny)

Dolly_Llama (267016) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461686)

After the FBI comes knocking at my door asking me why I always play T.

FBI: Creating a Target (1)

Rev.LoveJoy (136856) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461693)

So they're going to concentrate all this IP traffic in a couple locations? So what ... anybody with a clue and backhoe can get 3 buddies and 3 more backhoes and take the US offline whenever they want?

Wow ... that's a good idea.

Cheers,
- RLJ

Ok, fine (1)

ruiner13 (527499) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461695)

Just imagine all the copies of Nimda and CodeRed they'll have sitting on their servers now! They'll capture thousands per day! I wonder if the Feds will preach what they teach and not open attachments they steal... er... oversee.

They'll track everything soon (2)

scott1853 (194884) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461696)

It won't be long before they install monitoring systems at KFC and Micky D's so they can find out who's ordering the same fast food as the terrorists did.

"9 Filet-o-Fish sandwichs ordered at Drive-Thru. SWARM!! SWARM!!"

Connecting the dots (3, Insightful)

rossjudson (97786) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461700)

If you ever wanted to know why encryption and privacy are important, intersecting generic packet sniffing and the DMCA should tell you. The citizenry must retain some ability to defend itself against bad law. I suppose it's the same issue as guns -- rights granted which were originally intended to ensure that the government can't disarm and dominate the people.

Without the ability to act private and say what we want, the corporate interests controlling the congress will enact more and more bad law, creating a behavioral minefield in our land of freedom.

Does a citizen have a right to hold a private conversation?

Perhaps the FBI can use its packet sniffing capability to identify pockets of resistance to the DMCA. Black helicopter forces can be dispatched to deal with said resistance.

Or, much scarier, they just might pass additional laws that make it illegal to conspire to defeat the DMCA. The packet sniffer will detect your illegal motions, even inside the room.

FBI, CIA, NSA == secret police (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2461710)

FBI, CIA, NSA == secret police

So will this apply to non-US links? (0)

NotSurprised (525043) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461713)

I know that most international net traffic, between continents goes through the US, even if the origin and final destination is outside the Us.

Think the FBI can get jurisdiction to tap the foreign nets?

Might we see more point to point links between continents that DON'T involve the US?

Remember Fidonet? (2)

Archeopteryx (4648) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461725)

Friends, I think we need to ressurect the store-and-forward modem-based network. Otherwise, nothing that we say will ever escape government notice again. Remember that governments change, and sometimes not for the better. Even if you trust our government today, how do you know you will trust it in the future?

Net Architecture (3, Insightful)

Rocketboy (32971) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461729)

Doesn't this seem to imply a radical change to the architecture of the net? How far has the internet gotten away from its original ability to route around damage because there weren't any single locations that all packets had to travel through in order to get to their destinations? Isn't that what the FBI wants to do -- remove that ability to bypass damage so that all packets have to go through a few choice locations they regulate? And doesn't that imply that a very few terrorist acts against these traffic monitors could bring down the entire Internet?

Just curious...

Maybe it's not so bad? (2)

Mustang Matt (133426) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461744)

All along, I've been thinking these carvnivore type systems are a total invasion of privacy and that they are un-called for, but after more thought... Are they that bad?

It's definately an invasion of privacy and that sucks, but we should be able to trust the FBI and know that our private information isn't going to get into the wrong hands.

I mean, what NEW information are they going to get on us? Our ISPs already know where we browse the web.

If there were some extreme control that could be put on this sort of project I don't know that I'd be intimidated by it.

For instance, if they had it in place everywhere but were only authorized to use it on a case by case basis after getting a warrant and having good reason, what bad could come from it?

If they catch a bunch of terrorists or a bunch of child molesters and don't interfere with my rights, more power too them.

I guess a lot of the slashdot crowd is worried about "hackers and crackers" being caught.

Well, I guess I'd be a little worried about them going overboard in that area. If they catch crackers, more power to them. Keep them out of my bank account please. However, I can see them abusing this power when it came to situations where people would stand up against the DMCA, etc.

What other real world situations prove that this truly is a bad idea?

Monitoring is inevitable (2)

dcavanaugh (248349) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461748)

Common sense tells us that unencrypted data is not secure, and encrypted data will attract attention and possibly unauthorized decryption.

What we need to do is establish firm limits as what the gov't can do with the intercepted data. I don't know how such limitations would work, but the events of Sept. 11 make it necessary to accept more government involvement in the Internet than any of us would like. Since 99.999% of us are not terrorists, we need to establish reasonable policies on network monitoring so that the authorities can go after the bad guys without having the FBI turn into the RIAA's counterinsurgency division.

"your rights online?" pfff. (1)

trapvector (17516) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461759)

Man. Since this whole 9/11 thing went down, there has been so much stuff about how the guv'mint is gonna be looking over the shoulders of everyone in America, maybe someone should change "Your Rights Online" to "Today's Update on the Complete Annihilation of Your Rights Online."

It amazes me (only a little bit) that the Feds would jump so quickly at an excuse to clamp down on interpersonal communication. Makes a body wonder if there were people just drooling on their keyboards in some dark NSA/FBI/[acronym we don't even know about] office when they saw the towers collapse. "thith ith our chanth, you guyth. *wipe*"

bullcrap. /rant

oh, and why does peter van sant think he knows that life is better than the alternative?

Trival Questions but... (1)

diadem (464192) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461760)

How will they know WHAT packets to search? How will they know they aren't taking something out of context, say from a Counterstrike game? How will they have enough computer power work all this? If somoene was going to send something bad, wouldn't they just encrypt it anywas? What about people outside the US? Doesn't this defy the constitution?

Just some thoughts.

The bomb has been planted

elusion (2)

trb (8509) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461762)

A user in the USA can send mail with crypto, but other ISP traffic (irc, http, nntp, etc) might get ssh tunnelled to your ISP and then end up in the clear in the USA. I suppose it would end up being more private to ssh tunnel to a foreign ISP.

confirmation? (3, Interesting)

mlc (16290) | more than 12 years ago | (#2461765)

Just wondering if anyone had seen any evidence for this other than the one InteractiveWeek article that's been floating around. Seems like *some* other media should've picked up on the story and called the FBI for comment or something.

I can totally believe that the FBI would love to do this, given the chance. I just need a little more evidence before I am to go around saying that they *are* doing it.

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