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(Washington Post)   While the Petraeus investigation hasn't revealed a crime, it has shown the extent of the FBI's electronic surveillance capabilities. "You ask them for e-mails relevant to the investigation, but they let you look at everything"   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, CIA Director David H. Petraeus, FBI, investigation, u.s. wars, Rebecca Jarvis, J. Edgar Hoover, capability management, e-mails  
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2012-11-18 09:31:54 AM  
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And she's scrambling around, trying to get her files back on, but it's too late. I've seen everything.
2012-11-18 09:26:02 AM  
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mark12A: That does it! Next international terrorist/criminal/kinky/tasteless scheme I run, it will be conducted using snail mail, sealed with wax, embossed by my signet.....

/that, or quantum crypto


Or you could go for maximum privacy and publish the updates in Newsweek.
2012-11-18 09:13:23 AM  
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It's awesome to see the state surveillance apparatus directed up its own ass, isn't it?
2012-11-18 09:14:40 AM  
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Well, a Democrat is in the White House, so that means it's open season on Congressional Investigations of everything Executive. We'll be back into "Executive Power should not be subject to the whims of Congress" season as soon as we have another Republican president.
 
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