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Uninvited Interlocutor. 'World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation.' --Marshall McLuhan

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.@the_intercept Haha, it's like a cliche buffet.56Aefghl@Glinner Hahaha! They took Obama's "hope and change" and forgot the change. Apt though -- not much of note will change if they're elected.
Would like to say we are surprised FBI removed their advice on how to encrypt your data, but… https://t.co/O4br9HGr7W @techdirt
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorLord Ramsbotham says only those who fear the truth need to suppress it, Lords debate on banning me visiting prisons http://t.co/6z01SJHyUD
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorLeave Facebook if you don't want to be snooped on, warns EU http://t.co/62Ci6DYWsT
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorSupreme court clears way for release of secret Prince Charles letters http://t.co/322V1f4P35
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Glinner Trigger warnings are my trigger -- think I'm screwed.I mean... What could go wrong? http://t.co/hOySgUucWi
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorThe Teletubbies are fucking terrifying in black and white. http://t.co/1b4BN0U838
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I remember pitching Chris Carter on an episode about "a haunted website". He felt that not enough people knew what a "website" was.
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@300_Quatloos BOT MENUA good interactive explaining some of the Canadian cyberwar tactics revealed today in Snowden docs: http://t.co/TNkv58gdsA #CSEC
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorAlso, friends of UK intel officials should tell them to stop decreeing/pleading-for no more disclosures & debate. It's embarrassing.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorNYT Editorial today on the absurd joke of the UK Parliamentary Committee's "reform" proposals for GCHQ http://t.co/YCf4oZIcq3
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorOur new piece w/ @CBCNews in Canada from Snowden trove - revealing spy agency CSEC's secret "cyberwarfare toolbox": http://t.co/ojMB0Jsarm
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorGovernment bans G4S from allowing @TheHowardLeague to visit its prisons http://t.co/paYLKtNnCL
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@300_Quatloos heyMoney is a belief system, it only works so long as we have confidence in it. Which is why everybody who works for a bank is on cocaine.
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@frankieboyle "Truth is a mobile army of metaphors..." --NietzscheI really like this. Man plants fake self-help books in his local bookshop: http://t.co/blMXPXig4n
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56Aefghl[*all-that-is-solid-melts-into-air-emoji*] RT .@shirazdatta: This is for real….and its amazing http://t.co/1eZOfC93o3 [via @azeem]
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Astonishing. Cisco will begin shipping to fake addresses to help customers avoid NSA interdiction. http://t.co/2AmWIb8z9V
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorThe radical measures being adopted by western govts in the name of terrorism are bigger threats to their populations than terrorism itself.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorPoll carried out for http://t.co/kTBYwX7egP http://t.co/FgGMtCBQ5v
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorWelcome to Canada - please enter your password and let us search your digital devices. https://t.co/BY49lgpPMb
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Glinner Haha, Adam Sandler and Kevin James -- that's all we need to know.
@Baddiel Alone, in robes and in front of a computer -- what did they expect they would be doing?@Glinner @guardian ctrl-alt-del-boy
@_cingraham @CopsSayLegalize "...he's become withdrawn, depressed, and he suffers from panic attacks." Cannabis psychosis? No, prohibition.@ggreenwald Time for another citizen's arrest: http://t.co/yubkuKK3tkSecret, horrible documents obtained by @trevoraaronson show: How the FBI creates its own terrorists to arrest https://t.co/TXyr9Vmwd3
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorGrant Shapps cyber spiv -- ctrl-alt-del-boy
.@guardiannews HAHA! "We are your friends..." https://t.co/BL8eb7G3dr@Glinner @C1ust3r She was so nice to him, too. She kept serving them up and he kept face planting.Canadians should heed Edward Snowden’s warning: Burman http://t.co/P952o5kULK via @torontostar@jayrosen_nyu @alexgibneyfilm Sows doubt -- it's their M.O. That and ad hominem -- go for the character to distract from the argument.What GCHQ says behind veil of secrecy: has "massive access" to internet communications, "50 billion events per day." http://t.co/7CJC1n5X4w
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RT @globalnewsto: Anti-terror bill protests underway across Canada #c51 #cdnpoli http://t.co/m2jqrOIcXs http://t.co/OVspaOPbuK
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorThe Orwellian Re-Branding of “Mass Surveillance” as Merely “Bulk Collection” http://t.co/lwy2AqRRKK
@CharlieSuku @frankieboyle "...a Family man, whose main job is to make sure my 3 lads grow up to be gentlemen." By fantasizing about murder?@frankieboyle Don't run, we are your friends: https://t.co/BL8eb7G3dr"Bulk Collection ≠ Mass Surveillance" is the new "Enhanced Interrogation Techniques ≠ Torture"
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorGood Guardian editorial on the ridiculous joke calling itself the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament http://t.co/su8S6i8wOi
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@ggreenwald Yeah, he wants to "draw a line under the endless accusations" -- using the big tin of whitewash the ISC just produced.
Oversight in UK: Committee admits it learned of GCHQ eavesdropping on lawyers . . . from newspaper reports http://t.co/Q6FQTx2MHF
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@ggreenwald @BBCNewsnight Ugh, Newsnight -- I'll catch the clip tomorrow. Can't sit through that mess waiting for you to speak.@Culfy @Glinner Where would you expect that to come from? The security services won't verify it, so that leaves another whistleblower.@Glinner @Culfy Haha, he hasn't been wrong yet. He's credible.@Glinner Sweet. One of the best movies ever. "My mother? Let me tell you about my mother."THIS IS MASS SURVEILLANCE! http://t.co/LMJlUMxSIE
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorThe ISC should apologise to the nation for their failure to inform Parliament how far GCHQ’s powers have grown: https://t.co/8UozvBT1RI
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorTell him it's for an EE ad RT @CP24 Alberta town hopes to bring Kevin Bacon to dance party to protest 'Footloose law' http://t.co/TgVI4io3AgBreaking: UK spies were dismissed for inappropriately accessing people' personal information held in bulk datasets #ISCreport
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorAn excerpt here from the #ISC report that Hazel Blears has trumpeted as a "landmark of openness and transparency" http://t.co/iAT620336t
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor.@qikipedia @OwletShifu That guy in "Rush" really did know his clouds: https://t.co/HNqO9qDrhx“The ISC has repeatedly shown itself as a simple mouthpiece for the spooks" - Liberty responds to #ISC report https://t.co/Qlk4VRe6qA #GCHQ
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor.@ggreenwald "Won't someone please think of the asterisks?!"LOL - The examples given by the UK Parliamentary Comm of how GCHQ stops terror (as they call for more transparency) https://t.co/dGld7TttoT
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor.@cox_tom @Glinner No self respecting *show* owl is going to eat mice and shrews that come from a fucking field. #showbiz
Gov't is trying to ram through reckless secret police #BillC51: http://t.co/CMX1JbMU8d #StopC51 #rejectfear #cdnpoli Want your #IP #hacked?
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorFark user tells story of Bill Gates presenting idea of “cookies” for 1st time in early 90s. http://t.co/zKWwqXBX9Y http://t.co/ecHjAY6HOx
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Glinner @superbang Love the "for your privacy" text -- in a rigged survey about a bill that's going to further erode your privacy. #C51
@Release_drugs It's a confused argument, though: posits that politicians are ahead of the curve but public won't follow -- opposite is true.Probably found it behind the sink. RT @physorg_com Oldest known sponge found in #China http://t.co/yuHTM7ZJGJIn NYT, Wikipedia officials explain why they're suing NSA on behalf of the privacy rights of their users & volunteers http://t.co/c1adyJZqta
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorWikipedia to file lawsuit challenging mass surveillance by NSA http://t.co/Lv9EQIHynJ
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorJustin Trudeau says Stephen Harper is sowing fear and prejudice against Muslims http://t.co/Uvk4xu3nHi
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@ggreenwald @passantino Bow to her... http://t.co/D5xZNqyodCThe CIA Campaign to Steal Apple’s Secrets http://t.co/fQIgzniRCj by @jeremyscahill @joshbegley
I Toured Stasi HQ with NSA Whistleblowers http://t.co/TiZ97Z1NVq via @motherboardVery thoughtful essay by @Londonstani on "Jihadi John" and the process of radicalization generally http://t.co/IR2xaqXiQW-
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorHi Canada friends. Talking about laughter tonight with Paul Kennedy on Ideas on CBC http://t.co/GrVsH9wwOm It's online there too, worldwide
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@frankieboyle Shh, you're interrupting the shadow play on the cave wall...
@jeremyscahill "World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation." --M. McLuhan
@thegrugq @headhntr Tabarnac!Play resumes at the site of the #HarrisonFord crash http://t.co/pmLJASFFha
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@joshi @SteveTransform @ChristianGuy_ Ha, nice! Not only conjuring illusory enemies, but illusory allies as well. #ExtraordinaryBy Cyanide & Happiness. http://t.co/jemfMDZoWR
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@TransformDrugs @csjthinktank Equivocates, too: no differentiation between use and misuse/abuse. Responsible *use* has low impact on others.Alcoholics Anonymous is pseudo-science at its most destructive http://t.co/9LXgc9m6bg
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If 4 Yorkshire men 'ad a dog..... @JohnCleese @TerryGilliam @EricIdle @montypython http://t.co/Nx4tm2SoFJ
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Glinner Jay Rosen has a good piece on him and Fox, too -- "resentment news." http://t.co/f8UZQY8k3PCanadian man facing up to 1 year in prison and 25k fine for refusing to reveal phone password to Canadian customs. http://t.co/g6m0LwVG6F
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@SteveTransform @ChristianGuy_ Ah, the last refuge of the prohibitionist -- wildly flailing against a field of straw men. Extraordinary.Snowden: "Canadian intelligence has one of weakest oversight frameworks out of any Western ... agency in the world." http://t.co/ZR9Lc1Jdg3
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@guardiannews And this: http://t.co/31wIewjtftOh, a bonus 80s band -- Chalk Circle from Newcastle...Ontario. Another fave -- "April Fool" #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/ZWUvPpb4wZAnd back to Toronto for a final 80s New Wave band. The Spoons with "Nova Heart" #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/sYDKtynD5VAnd one more 80s New Wave band from Vancouver -- Strange Advance with "We Run" #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/BhPSZG5LdrOne of my faves from the 80s. From the West coast this time: the Payolas with "Eyes Of A Stranger" #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/I42rzpmaStMore 80s New Wave from TO. Martha & The Muffins had their only international hit with "Echo Beach" #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/ewhaFK2I9EThe 2nd British invasion, the "new wave," was big in Canada--very big in Toronto. Here's Blue Peter #CanuckRetroTunes http://t.co/Htt51p3mg0@guardiannews That comment was misconstrued -- nothing has changed: https://t.co/YfZbJpjc0q “This is much ado about nothing,” --Ben Wizner,@GreatDismal William Shatner seems to be the first to discover/speak about this: http://t.co/0TxcjS9PvXThis careful explanation of a newly found SSL vulnerability has a clear lesson for today’s encryption debate. http://t.co/wRUjLfHgIn
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@SteveTransform @publicaddress @CannabisCureUK Definitely. It's a UK specific propaganda term--meaningless. Should never be used in science.Beware the "FREAK" flaw, a "zombie from the '90s" to remind us of perils of govt ordered security holes. http://t.co/Vy4kkMdl1D
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