Land of the Free….. they say

Salam.

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My last blog on this very subject was “snatched” away at the  very last moment.  cud they dishearten me fm telling the truth or voicing the concern?

mashallah i hav found a much detailed n up2date info. on the subject.  now wot is it 2 us?  primarily 3 concerns:

1. nat-er guru cia/ nsa  always uses other countries intelligence agencies for “theIr” own intelligence gatherings.  they hav fooled the world in 2001 with an ultimate trick 2 ruin the islamic world.  they hav coerced muslims 2 kill muslims so that they can rob their wealth gradually over a longperiod of time.  they didnt leave iraq after practically ruining the bak bone of that country, they hav fortified their position by buiding an embassy with a whooping 1 BILLION us dollars! 2 ruin n rob the next country in the region probably within next 10 yrs again n so forth.  they hav created an outer shield defense for themselves by creating is.  bak in the 80s their spy satellites cud  c the exact headlines of a russian sitting in moscows gorky park n reading his morning newspaper.  strangely 40 yrs later when technology has advanced with unimaginable precision they cud not, with probably Thousands of spy satellites up there, c ten of thousands of militias training in the desert over a long period of time. on top of that every arabs all fons tabbed.
they hav ambitions in as far as  bdesh.  so i wont b surprised if tbey currently fooling the nsi n using them for their purpose.  the existing arrangements shud b  curtailed n if possible stopped immediatly.  a sovereign independent country shud never get in2 such agreement with any country.

2. most of use us made apps n swares for our social networking, email, brousing , blogging etc daily needs n datas r kept in their servers outside bd mostly in us.  when american privacies r not respected by their govts, y wud our privacies will b respected by that same govt?  our embassy there can prbably find a legal solution 2 this eg., try 2 arrange a court order thaf 2 scrutinize any bangladeshi’s acct with a us service provider, besides us court orders they hav 2 also obtain bd courts order, n in these days of electronix all these can b done in a day.

3. finally, most importantly we r a muslim majority country.  we follow quran n  sunnat.  borh quran n sunnat hav very strongly upheld that anybodys privacy shud not b invaded.  also if som1 shares his secret wifh anotger person then the person listening bcomes the xusgodian n shud notmisuse ir reveal the secret 2 others. so here the bd govt  is 2 ensure the privacies of its citizens over all electronics media.  it shud not evasdrop bcoz it is haram n it shud not help or allow foreign govts 2 evasdropping

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United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit | US | United States of America versus Quartavious Davis [PDF]

From the Decision:
“In this case, the government got 67 days of cell site location data disclosing Quartavious Davis’s location every time he made or received a call on his cell phone. It got all this without obtaining a warrant. During that time, Mr. Davis made or received 5,803 phone calls, so the prosecution had 11,606 data points about Mr. Davis’s location. We are asked to decide whether the government’s actions violated Mr. Davis’s Fourth Amendment rights. The majority says our analysis is dictated by the third-party doctrine, a rule the Supreme Court developed almost forty years ago in the context of bank records and telephone numbers. But such an expansive application of the third-party doctrine would allow the government warrantless access not only to where we are at any given time, but also to whom we send e-mails, our search-engine histories, our online dating and shopping records, and by logical extension, our entire online personas.”
See also: Analysis by Elizabeth Goitein at Just Security.
Source: eff.org Policy Surveillance
5 notes May 19th, 2015ė

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