Verizon 'Dispels NSA Inaccuracies' With More Inaccuracies
For a long time Verizon was dead silent regarding their cooperation with the NSA, with the only public comment at one point being to mock Yahoo and Google
for demanding greater government transparency. Recently Verizon has been more chatty; issuing their first ever transparency report
, and even blogging about intelligence issues. In a recent blog post
, Verizon General Counsel Randal Milch states that it's now a "good time to dispel ... inaccuracies" about claims "exacerbated" by the recent Edward Snowden leaks:
Although we would not expect to receive any such demands, there are persistent myths and questions about the U.S. government’s ability to access customer data stored in cloud servers outside the U.S. Now is a good time to dispel these inaccuracies and address the questions, which have been exacerbated by the stream of news reports since last June about national intelligence activities in the U.S. and elsewhere.
Verizon seems specifically interested in easing enterprise customer concerns that Verizon is handing over cloud data stored in other countries, and the short version of Milch's blog post is that customers shouldn't worry because existing oversight rules and international law protects their data. Except Zack Whittaker at ZDNet
does a compelling job compiling thoughts from various intelligence experts, analysts and academics, who all say Verizon's arguments are misleading (or just plain wrong) on a number of levels.
Its the US government misinformation train So the US government is using Verizon to spread misinformation to create a 'fork' in the publics understanding of the situation. Government runs these types of schemes on nearly all information fed to the public, and this is confirmed through sources like Dr. Duncan a DOD/US DOJ/CIA surveillance system architect, and info that says the President can force any company/entity to lie about internal affairs to conceal evidence and government/internal conduct. This is plainly stated on the MAINWAY Database page on Wikipedia, tied to federal rules and regulation.
Dr. Duncan calls these cover stories which the Pentagon/NSA/President make up to deceive the public. Yep...
Meanwhile, whistleblowers Russell Tice and Bill Binney pretty much confirmed that content of calls/digital communications/etc is being recorded and kept at the Bluffdale data center in Utah, which has the capacity for a 100 years worth of content data. Lol.
Verizon also has incentive to lie for liability reasons, to avoid damaging their reputation or other more serious consequences.
The program changes made by the government to improve transparency is in fact a cover program to feed Americans false information that would throw everybody off, and cause mass confusion on the issue (if everyone is split on their understanding of the problem, they have gained the support of the zombies who believe their side, skewing efforts of the ones who understand whats happening to do anything).
More on government brainwash program at »www.oregonstatehospital.net/d/ru···ebl.html
www.oregonstatehospital.net - CIA and state of Oregon set me up and targeted me with a microwave weapon, learn more.
Re: Its the US government misinformation train You really shouldn't cite Wikipedia; it's not an authoritative source and anyone can write nonsense there.
He is a lawyer so what he says doesn't matter and has nothing to do with truth. It only has to do with protecting his clients interest (making more money) regardless of what the actual truth is.