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Committee Passes Plan for Internet ‘Kill Switch’ in Egypt..no.. in U.S.
The Blaze ^ | 1/29/11 | Meredith Jessup

Posted on 01/29/2011 11:38:27 AM PST by American Dream 246

Pending legislation that would grant the President of the United States the power to pull the plug on the country’s internet access in a declared “emergency” returned to the forefront this week on the same day Egyptians faced a nation-wide blackout designed to curtail widespread government protests. Egypt flipped it’s so-called “kill switch” — will the U.S.?

The bipartisan bill is sponsored by Maine Sen. Susan Collins, the ranking Republican on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. The bill — called “The Protecting Cyberspace As A National Asset Act of 2010” S.3480 — was approved by a Senate panel this week.

S. 3480 would create a new government agency called the National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications. The NCCC would have sweeping powers to control the Internet, including the ability to shut down the web for a 30-day period. Considering that at least 60% of Americans get their daily news fix from the Internet, this is a staggering proposal.

Blaze writer Mike Opelka also notes that groups such as the ACLU see this proposed legislation potentially giving the President a giant kill switch for the Internet. Before the bill moves to the Senate floor for a vote, the ACLU has formally noted their disapproval.

While Collins insists her bill would not grant the president the same powers as Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak has exercised this week, many are wondering what kinds of implications the measure would have on Americans’ freedom.

Many in the high-tech world join the ACLU in questioning the bill as well.

PC Magazine‘s Dan Costa warned Friday that the United States must learn from Egypt’s “state-sponsored denial of service attack” on its citizens. “The surprising thing isn’t that a corrupt, authoritarian regime would launch this kind of state-sponsored denial off service attack on its own citizens. Nor that it is willing to jeopardize its economy by cutting its businesses off from world markets. No, the thing that surprises me is that the U.S. government has plans for its own Internet Kill Switch,” Costa wrote.

The legislation was first introduced last summer by Sens. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine), and the former has promised to bring it to the floor again in 2011. It isn’t called anything as obvious as the Internet Kill Switch, of course. It is called the “Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act.” Who could be against that? Anyone who’s watching the news on TV today, that’s who.

The proposal calls for the Department of Homeland Security to establish and maintain a list of systems or assets that constitute critical cyber-infrastructure. The President would be able to be able to control those systems. He or she would have ability to turn them off. The kicker: none of this would be subject to judicial review. This is just a proposal, mind you, but it certainly warrants concern. Particularly given the heavy-handed example being provided by Egypt.

The bill, co-sponsored by Sen. Joe Liebermann, I-Conn., previously sailed through the Homeland Security Committee just before the 111th Congress ended, and will have to be reconsidered in the new 112th Congress.

Intended to protect the country against “significant” cyber threats, Sen. Collins says the bill “would provide a mechanism for the government to work with the private sector in the event of a true cyber emergency.”

“It would give our nation the best tools available to swiftly respond to a significant threat,” she added.

Wired.com reports:

An aide to the Homeland Security committee described the bill as one that does not mandate the shuttering of the entire internet. Instead, it would authorize the president to demand turning off access to so-called “critical infrastructure” where necessary.

An example, the aide said, would require infrastructure connected to “the system that controls the floodgates to the Hoover dam” to cut its connection to the net if the government detected an imminent cyber attack.

What’s unclear, however, is how the government would have any idea when a cyber attack was imminent or why the operator wouldn’t shutter itself if it detected a looming attack.

About two dozen groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Library Association, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Center for Democracy & Technology, were skeptical enough to file an open letter opposing the idea. They are concerned that the measure, if it became law, might be used to censor the internet.

“It is imperative that cyber-security legislation not erode our rights,” (.pdf) the groups wrote last year to Congress.

On Friday, executives with London-based Vodofone came under scrutiny after admitting they had complied with the Egyptian government’s request to shut down internet and mobile phone access in Egypt. According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Vodofone Group CEO Vittorio Cola expressed concern with the state-ordered blackout, but the company determined that the request was “legitimate under Egyptian law,” and therefore complied with the request.

In addition, Al Jazeera reported that protesters on Friday destroyed Vodafone stores in Cairo, among other locations tied to the ruling regime.

In the meantime, Costa insists that such a “kill switch” initiative could be devastating for the United States — not just because of the real impact on individual liberties, but also because of widespread economic ramifications:

The U.S. telecommunication industry is much more complex and far more decentralized [than Egypt's]. To do something similar in the U.S. would require a lot more than four phone calls. There are simply too many connections inside the nation already for them to be silenced. Also, since our economy is more dependent on the Internet obstructing the free flow of information would be disastrous. Still, the push for a U.S. Internet Kill Switch is here, but no one understands the consequences.

The fact is, no one in the U.S. should ever have the right or the ability to take the Internet offline. As an editor of a purely online publication (we made the switch from print a few years ago), it’s very clear to me that freedom of the press relies more than ever on the Internet. No one in the U.S.—or anywhere—should have the right to shut it down.


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1 posted on 01/29/2011 11:38:30 AM PST by American Dream 246
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To: American Dream 246

An Internet Kill Switch is an Economy Kill Switch.


2 posted on 01/29/2011 11:41:49 AM PST by Steely Tom (Obama goes on long after the thrill of Obama is gone)
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To: American Dream 246
The bipartisan bill is sponsored by Maine Sen. Susan Collins...

Bipartisan my ass, she's a full fledged socialist/marxist that sides with the enemy every time!

3 posted on 01/29/2011 11:44:59 AM PST by unixfox (Abolish Slavery, Repeal The 16th Amendment!)
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To: American Dream 246

Such tyranny! I believe these are the end times. In the old days, people fled from tyranny to the new continent. Where to now?


4 posted on 01/29/2011 11:46:36 AM PST by Celtic Cross (Looking to escape to Idaho--Will work for keep.)
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To: American Dream 246; Steely Tom

This doesn’t have a prayer - there’s no way such legislature would make it through the House - especially now.

This would be tantamount to giving the president the power to confiscate all guns.


5 posted on 01/29/2011 11:47:22 AM PST by aquila48
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To: American Dream 246; ShadowAce
The bipartisan bill is sponsored by Maine Sen. Susan Collins, the ranking Republican on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee........

Damn RINO!!
RINOs are worse than Dims

6 posted on 01/29/2011 11:47:22 AM PST by Fiddlstix (Warning! This Is A Subliminal Tagline! Read it at your own risk!(Presented by TagLines R US))
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To: American Dream 246

COMPLETELY, AND EMPHATICALLY, UNCONSTITUTIONAL! This president has assumed more power than any previous president! The president should not even have the power to appoint members to the SCOTUS. And these appointments should not be lifetime. Where did the righteous power of the people go? GROW TEA PARTY!


7 posted on 01/29/2011 11:47:43 AM PST by Paperdoll ( On the cutting edge)
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To: American Dream 246
In case anybody was unsure of Collins devious criminal intent.

They just keep getting bolder, huh?

8 posted on 01/29/2011 11:48:02 AM PST by FixitGuy (By their fruits shall ye know them!)
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To: Celtic Cross

I though the one said to Egypt NOT to do that???


9 posted on 01/29/2011 11:48:25 AM PST by American Dream 246 (Open your eyes. Freedom is not a one day fight. Enemies of Freedom are legion.)
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To: American Dream 246

The bill on its face is Unconstitutional since regulating communications is not an enumerated power granted to Congress in Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution!!!


10 posted on 01/29/2011 11:49:42 AM PST by Defend Liberty
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To: American Dream 246

Our leadership class is frightened of what is out here. They know we despise them. By such legislation they want to be able to control communications when all hell breaks loose against their governmental malpractice. The Egyptian government response with regard to the internet is evidence of what the leadership class plans as a last ditch effort to maintain power.


11 posted on 01/29/2011 11:50:48 AM PST by AEMILIUS PAULUS (It is a shame that when these people give a riot)
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To: American Dream 246

I sure hope this doesn’t even come up for a vote in the House.


12 posted on 01/29/2011 11:50:48 AM PST by GeronL (http://www.stink-eye.net/forum/index.php)
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To: aquila48

He could attempt to do so. Whether he in actuality were capable of doing so is a quite different matter.


13 posted on 01/29/2011 11:51:04 AM PST by BenKenobi (one of the worst mistakes anybody can make is to bet against Americans.")
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To: American Dream 246

THEY CANNOT "PROTECT" SOMETHING
BY KILLING IT

The DNC and RINOs are planning to drive America to a
civil war as they destroy the last threads of the US Constitution.
14 posted on 01/29/2011 11:53:59 AM PST by Diogenesis (Si vis pacem, para bellum)
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To: Celtic Cross

“Nevertheless, to the persecution and tyranny of his cruel ministry we will not tamely submit — appealing to Heaven for the justice of our cause, we determine to die or be free.” — Joseph Warren, 1775

I see none fleeing from tyranny in our history...?


15 posted on 01/29/2011 11:54:09 AM PST by EBH ( Whether you eat your bread or see it vanish into a looter's stomach, is an absolute.)
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To: BenKenobi

Once this proposed legislature gets properly exposed it will face opposition not just from the right but the left as well.

Probably more so. Right now the president is democrat, but the left would have a hissy fit giving such power to a republican president.


16 posted on 01/29/2011 11:55:48 AM PST by aquila48
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To: aquila48

I hope he tries.

Ask Obama what percentage of his base uses the internet daily? He’s a boomer, so he probably has someone do it all for him.


17 posted on 01/29/2011 11:58:13 AM PST by BenKenobi (one of the worst mistakes anybody can make is to bet against Americans.")
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To: American Dream 246

Yesterday, I made the decision to get into HAM radio.


18 posted on 01/29/2011 12:19:25 PM PST by Gator113 (I'm voting for Sarah Palin, Liberty, our Constitution and American Exceptionalism.)
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To: Gator113

More of us need to do what you’re planning - knowledge of Morse Code isn’t required now - that makes it easier.


19 posted on 01/29/2011 12:22:32 PM PST by GOPJ (http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php - World Disaster Map)
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To: American Dream 246

“The bipartisan bill is sponsored by Maine Sen. Susan Collins, the ranking Republican on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.”

That single sentence, all by itself, makes me want to puke.


20 posted on 01/29/2011 12:24:52 PM PST by Gator113 (I'm voting for Sarah Palin, Liberty, our Constitution and American Exceptionalism.)
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To: American Dream 246
Do it scumbags, and the world will not be big enough to hide you.


Today is a good day to die.
I didn't say for whom.

21 posted on 01/29/2011 12:27:26 PM PST by The Comedian (It's 3am all over the planet.)
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To: American Dream 246; rdb3; Calvinist_Dark_Lord; GodGunsandGuts; CyberCowboy777; Salo; Bobsat; ...

Unless the Egyptian government kills all of the phone lines as well, you might remember one means of getting online that broadband has since relegated to obsolescence: dial-up. While there's no Egyptian ISP that will allow internet access to Egyptian citizens, other countries will, meaning any Egyptian citizen with long-distance calling capabilities can break out their old school 56k modem and dial-up an ISP in another country. (Sure it's going to be a slow connection, but you can survive.)

Several ISPs—such as Budget DialUp—offer dial-up numbers all over the globe. Some ISPs in other countries are offering free access to Egyptians specifically in response to the Egyptian government's actions. According to twitter user @ioerror, French ISP FDN is one of them:

Egypt can use this number for dial up: +33172890150 (login 'toto' password 'toto') - thanks to a French ISP (FDN)#egypt #jan25

Others report that even DSL is still a possibility:

@SultanAlQassemi DIAL-UP ISP IS WORKING. DSL still working#Egypt,Try their Dial up numbers (0777 7770),(0777 7000) SPREAD THE WORD #jan25

How to Foil a Nationwide Internet ShutdownWhile dial-up isn't an ideal means of getting online for most of us, it's still a perfectly effective means of connecting when your government shuts down the internet. And until the Egyptian government shuts down all landline access—another huge step up the censorship ladder—there's not much they can do to completely shut down the internet.

22 posted on 01/29/2011 12:27:51 PM PST by ShadowAce (Linux -- The Ultimate Windows Service Pack)
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To: Diogenesis

“.....planning to drive America to a
civil war...”

That may or may not be the plan, but with each passing day, it looks like it could very well become a reality.

I almost envy the people in Egypt, at least they are fighting for their freedom, while instead..... we watch ours slip through our fingers.


23 posted on 01/29/2011 12:36:00 PM PST by Gator113 (I'm voting for Sarah Palin, Liberty, our Constitution and American Exceptionalism.)
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To: GOPJ

Indeed, and while I might eventually be interested in learning Morse Code , at least it’s not part of the test. ;>)


24 posted on 01/29/2011 12:49:30 PM PST by Gator113 (I'm voting for Sarah Palin, Liberty, our Constitution and American Exceptionalism.)
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To: American Dream 246

Every once in a Blue Moon the ACLU gets it right, and this is one of those times (I’m sure it wasn’t intentional).

As for the Constitutionality of shutting down the Internet without judicial review - EVER, even after a so-called emergency has passed - it is a taking of private property prohibited by the 5th without Due Process. Such would be nothing less than a declaration of war by a tyrannical government against our liberties and hence, against us.

TPTB should be careful what they wish for, they may get it...along with all of its unintended consequences.


25 posted on 01/29/2011 1:32:05 PM PST by Ancesthntr (Tyrant: "Spartans, lay down your weapons." Free man: "Persian, come and get them!")
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To: Steely Tom

In light of what happened in Egypt, Collins needs to be brought in front of congress, the bill read in the open and Collins should explain it.

I would broadcast it at 8:00pm CST on Hannity.


26 posted on 01/29/2011 1:32:37 PM PST by EQAndyBuzz ( Happy Freeping New Year)
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To: American Dream 246

we are past tar and feathers, get a rope, quick fair trial and lawful punishment treason


27 posted on 01/29/2011 1:43:15 PM PST by rolling_stone ( *this makes Watergate look like a kiddie pool*)
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To: EBH
People must have either fled or ignored tyranny in our history, or else we wouldn't be where we are today.
28 posted on 01/29/2011 2:20:11 PM PST by Celtic Cross (Looking to escape to Idaho--Will work for keep.)
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To: Celtic Cross

And when push came to shove...as it always does...

the Tree of Liberty was watered in blood.


29 posted on 01/29/2011 2:24:27 PM PST by EBH ( Whether you eat your bread or see it vanish into a looter's stomach, is an absolute.)
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To: Jim Robinson

ping


30 posted on 01/29/2011 4:26:32 PM PST by tutstar
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To: LucyT; BP2; rxsid; null and void; Candor7

ping


31 posted on 01/29/2011 4:28:35 PM PST by tutstar
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To: Nightshift

gnip


32 posted on 01/29/2011 4:29:56 PM PST by tutstar
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To: American Dream 246

bttt


33 posted on 01/29/2011 4:30:32 PM PST by tutstar
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To: tutstar; Fantasywriter; warsaw44; ColdOne; Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!; GQuagmire; wintertime; ...
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Pending legislation that would grant the President of the United States the power to pull the plug on the country’s internet access in a declared “emergency” returned to the forefront this week on the same day Egyptians faced a nation-wide blackout designed to curtail widespread government protests. Egypt flipped it’s so-called “kill switch” — will the U.S.?

34 posted on 01/29/2011 4:55:17 PM PST by LucyT
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To: LucyT
I hope not. People will be PISSED off. Egypt will be NOTHING compared to what will happen here.
35 posted on 01/29/2011 5:00:22 PM PST by NoGrayZone (WTF?)
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To: American Dream 246

Of course they did, the name of the game is re-election.


36 posted on 01/29/2011 6:52:47 PM PST by Protect the Bill of Rights
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To: American Dream 246

Question: Does the government have the power to stop all types all of comminication? For example telephone (landlines or cellular) comes to mind. Is the internet singled out?


37 posted on 01/29/2011 6:55:47 PM PST by Protect the Bill of Rights
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To: American Dream 246
Good lord. RIGHT AFTER EGYPT, it becomes GLARINGLY clear for what purpose this horrid bill is intended.

God damn them all, especially the Marxist Collins.

38 posted on 01/29/2011 7:07:44 PM PST by Lazamataz (If Illegal Aliens are Undocumented Workers, then Thieves are Undocumented Shoppers.)
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To: The Comedian
Do it scumbags, and the world will not be big enough to hide you.

Huah.

39 posted on 01/29/2011 7:08:35 PM PST by Lazamataz (If Illegal Aliens are Undocumented Workers, then Thieves are Undocumented Shoppers.)
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To: American Dream 246
While Collins insists her bill would not grant the president the same powers as Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak has exercised this week

Allow me to translate:

Collins pretends her bill would not grant the president the same powers as Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak has exercised this week, but it does EXACTLY THAT.

40 posted on 01/29/2011 7:10:24 PM PST by Lazamataz (If Illegal Aliens are Undocumented Workers, then Thieves are Undocumented Shoppers.)
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To: LucyT; tutstar; Fantasywriter; warsaw44; ColdOne; Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid!; GQuagmire; ...

Victory is OURS!!!

http://atlahmedianetwork.org/?p=12970


41 posted on 01/29/2011 8:50:08 PM PST by danamco (-)
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To: American Dream 246

Did the Founders put a Printing Press kill switch in the First Amendment? I must have missed that.


42 posted on 01/29/2011 8:54:28 PM PST by Kickass Conservative (They bring a Bible to a Memorial, we bring a T Shirt - Long Legged Mac Daddy)
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To: GeronL
I sure hope this doesn’t even come up for a vote in the House.

It doesn't have to come up in the House, Obama's been bypassing the legislative process by ordering various government agencies to act, or by executive fiat.

In this scenario, the FCC could simply "order" the major telecom's to turn over the keys, or Obama could do it by EO.

Scary huh? Just what a marxist/socialist/totalitarian like Obama wants - complete control. Think he's not watching what's going on in Egypt and thinking "hey, this is a GREAT WAY to stifle dissention here in the U.S.!"

43 posted on 01/29/2011 8:58:46 PM PST by usconservative (When The Ballot Box No Longer Counts, The Ammunition Box Does. (What's In Your Ammo Box?))
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To: usconservative

If Bush thought this up, the streets would look like Cairo does today.


44 posted on 01/29/2011 9:10:42 PM PST by Kickass Conservative (They bring a Bible to a Memorial, we bring a T Shirt - Long Legged Mac Daddy)
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To: Kickass Conservative

You got that right!


45 posted on 01/29/2011 9:14:15 PM PST by usconservative (When The Ballot Box No Longer Counts, The Ammunition Box Does. (What's In Your Ammo Box?))
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To: LucyT; Beckwith; mojitojoe; Fred Nerks; TigersEye; little jeremiah; melancholy
Congress can never give this power to the president. It is not theirs to give.It is unconstitutional , AND violates the 1st amendment of the Constitution.

If this is done, it will mean political warfare. If Obama wants this to be the first shot fired, let it be so.

HIs a$$ is grass.He will have created his own demise and the downfall of his regime.

It is also intenedd to be a distraction from the task at hand: destroy DEATH CARE!! BRING IT!

46 posted on 01/29/2011 9:56:54 PM PST by Candor7 (Obama . fascist info..http://wwvw.americanthinker.com2009/05/brack_obama_the _quintessentia_1.html)
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To: Candor7

Thanks for the ping. I”ve been trying to avoid reading about this because I’m already not in a good mood but your POV cheers me up!

I hope the Rs in the House are finding their spines, guts and whatever else is needed to FIGHT BACK!

Also fight back on fags in the military and any other garbage is being shoved at us, how ever they can stall, bollux up or otherwise throw a monkey wrench in the works. Defund!!!


47 posted on 01/29/2011 10:00:54 PM PST by little jeremiah (Courage is not simply one of the virtues, but the form of every virtue at the testing point. CSLewis)
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To: Gator113
Good move. I've been in it since 1976. Extra Class. I was into TCP/IP over packet radio in 1985. The code development and hardware interfacing provided good, real world skills that still support my professional career today.
48 posted on 01/29/2011 10:09:48 PM PST by Myrddin
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To: ShadowAce
My dial up modems are still available AND my Linux boxes still have UUCP aboard. That was how I did e-mail prior to 1985. Augmented with the UUMAP project, you could send e-mail using an intelligently created source routing (speed/cost). Of course, we have WiFi today. Add OLSR and you can network your neighborhood with ease.
49 posted on 01/29/2011 10:13:55 PM PST by Myrddin
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To: Myrddin

I’m getting excited and I have started to study, so it must be the right thing to do. ;>)


50 posted on 01/29/2011 10:21:54 PM PST by Gator113 (I'm voting for Sarah Palin, Liberty, our Constitution and American Exceptionalism.)
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