@ACLU_Mass #occupy Twitter privacy via borrowed emails

As Twitter is U.S.-based this ruling affects all, who use Twitter http://privacysos.org/node/501 It is particularly worrying for UK citizens in terms of the servile extradition treaty arrangement granted by Tony (the Poodle) Blair to George (Chimp-in-Charge)Bush.

Okay! If you’ve done nothing illegal, then you’ve got nothing to worry about.

Unfortunately, The U.S. and most Western “Democracies” seem to be tearing up the old out-dated laws that allow citizens to be treated fairly, and replacing them with Laws that give the State the power to strip them of any protection from Government agencies and ultimately any member of the 1%, who feels that a peasant needs to be taught his place.

I suppose Laws will be passed to counter any attempts to remain anonymous but that doesn’t mean that we can’t take steps to circumvent this latest decision.

Consider the theme of Hitchcock’s thriller Strangers on a Train (1951).

At present Twitter only requires basic info and a valid email address. Suppose I set up an email address and posted it, with the password, on a forum, where anyone could take that address, change the password and use it for Twitter.

Alternatively, I could use the “Day of the Jackal” trick and use the ID of dead person to open up an email address.

When Twitter tightens up its T&C’s, either voluntarily, or by force of law, other means can be found to circumvent those seeking to suppress individual freedom.


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