CLOUD Act passes in congress

Carson Garcia
Carson Garcia

Tired of winning yet?

Because of this failure, U.S. and foreign police will have new mechanisms to
seize data across the globe. Because of this failure, your private emails,
your online chats, your Facebook, Google, Flickr photos, your Snapchat videos,
your private lives online, your moments shared digitally between only those
you trust, will be open to foreign law enforcement without a warrant and with
few restrictions on using and sharing your information. Because of this
failure, U.S. laws will be bypassed on U.S. soil.

As we wrote before, the CLOUD Act is a far-reaching, privacy-upending piece of
legislation that will:

Enable foreign police to collect and wiretap people's communications from U.S.
companies, without obtaining a U.S. warrant. Allow foreign nations to demand
personal data stored in the United States, without prior review by a judge.
Allow the U.S. president to enter "executive agreements" that empower police
in foreign nations that have weaker privacy laws than the United States to
seize data in the United States while ignoring U.S. privacy laws. Allow
foreign police to collect someone's data without notifying them about it.
Empower U.S. police to grab any data, regardless if it's a U.S. person's or
not, no matter where it is stored.

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yr.no/place/United_States/Maryland/Fort_George_G_Meade/hour_by_hour.html?spr=eng
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archive.is/a8Y13
eff.org/deeplinks/2018/03/responsibility-deflected-cloud-act-passes
archive.is/nNqOv
eff.org/deeplinks/2018/02/cloud-act-dangerous-expansion-police-snooping-cross-border-data
theintercept.com/document/2014/02/24/art-deception-training-new-generation-online-covert-operations/
assets.documentcloud.org/documents/1021430/the-art-of-deception-training-for-a-new.pdf
youtu.be/A0EFbG05qME

Daniel Jenkins
Daniel Jenkins

More:

And, as we wrote before, this is how the CLOUD Act could work in practice:

London investigators want the private Slack messages of a Londoner they suspect of bank fraud. The London police could go directly to Slack, a U.S. company, to request and collect those messages. The London police would not necessarily need prior judicial review for this request. The London police would not be required to notify U.S. law enforcement about this request. The London police would not need a probable cause warrant for this collection.

Predictably, in this request, the London police might also collect Slack messages written by U.S. persons communicating with the Londoner suspected of bank fraud. Those messages could be read, stored, and potentially shared, all without the U.S. person knowing about it. Those messages, if shared with U.S. law enforcement, could be used to criminally charge the U.S. person in a U.S. court, even though a warrant was never issued.

Mason Wright
Mason Wright

Why wasn't this shit assblasted everywhere else like when that 'net neutrality' crap was happening? The EFF is far from being ubiased, but a 2,232 page bill is still flabbergasting. I guess that FOSTA bill passed the House also.

Henry Edwards
Henry Edwards

steal tool
use against tool maker

Isaac Gutierrez
Isaac Gutierrez

The EFF is far from being ubiased
True, but they're doing a far better job of watching out for this stuff than any of the right-wing sites I view. We focus on petty bullshit, so this easily slides through. Normies were concerned about 'muh facebook data'.

Levi Diaz
Levi Diaz

This. The EFF, Reddit and a bunch other tech companies came together and made this faggy coalition internetdefenseleague.org/ back on SOPA and never used it again whatsoever

Gabriel Gomez
Gabriel Gomez

Ugh. Why does everything on the internet have to be botnet. Why do we let our government give backdoor access for the botnet to others.
This is not the future I want, but it's the future I'll get.

Cameron Carter
Cameron Carter

What does this mean for VPN logs?

If they can request logs, does the company have to corporate and under threat of what penalty?

If they must comply and there is no judge, can they make a constant stream of requests, for example, to live monitor all British i.p. addresses for illegal activity such as file sharing?

Isaiah Carter
Isaiah Carter

..but but muh cloud muh web 2.0
How could they do this with their data?

Robert Bennett
Robert Bennett

Exchange 'cloud' for 'email' if that helps. Or who knows, maybe Holla Forums logs.

Connor Hall
Connor Hall

Why wasn't this shit assblasted everywhere else like when that 'net neutrality' crap was happening?

Why do you think the media got as saturated with that net neutrality non-issue as it was?
(((Obama))) passes law, conservatives screech
(((Trump))) repeals law, liberals screech
actual shit that matters passes unnoticed

Welcome to reality.

Hudson Reed
Hudson Reed

Exchange 'not your computer' with 'email' or maybe use your brain.

Aaron Taylor
Aaron Taylor

Why wasn't this shit assblasted everywhere else like when that 'net neutrality' crap was happening?
Because braindead consumer niggercattle care too much about their Kikebook, Twatter and Snapcunt and don't want to have to choose between that and not being datamined/having their info leaked.
With net neutrality, niggercattle care because they want their streamed TV shows and movies on Kikeflix and Hulu to go unthrottled. Also, current proposed laws on net neutrality barely have anything to do with it anymore.
Why do we let our government give backdoor access for the botnet to others
Why stop at "our government"? No government should have any backdoor access to any botnet.

Thomas Reyes
Thomas Reyes


Why do we let our government give backdoor access for the botnet to others
Why stop at "our government"? No government should have any backdoor access to any botnet.
<botnets are ok if only corporations have access to them
GNO

Brody Turner
Brody Turner

good thing that my files are on my home server

Brayden Hall
Brayden Hall

Don't put WrongThink on the internet mate, use your brain! When are lemmings like you going to die out?

Asher Adams
Asher Adams

<botnets are ok if only corporations have access to them
I never impled that. It's painfully obvious botnets shouldn't exist in the first place, but they exist.
And corporations are in fact worse than governments, because as pozzed and co-opted as governments might be (by jews and corporations), corporations seek to internalize income while externalizing all costs and have a duty only to their shareholders, not the common citizen.

Carter Morgan
Carter Morgan

It's JUST 4d chess, fellow goyim! Trump knows exactly what he's doing.

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Matthew Cruz
Matthew Cruz

Because reddit niggers don't care about privacy. All they care about is muh blue midterms

Christian Ross
Christian Ross

Sam Nunberg
He was just a minor aide, who had a meltdown on the tv networks a couple weeks ago. He's not even in control of his own drinking habit, and is likely bankrupt.

Michael Jones
Michael Jones

There's nothing private about storing something on someone else's computer, retard.

Liam Fisher
Liam Fisher

NSA has had hardware backdoors into every computer with an Intel chip or Samsung drive on the planet for the past two decades, you can legally watch a porn where all of the actors have spent their entire life under complete government surveillance, so excuse me if I don't take your crocodile tears seriously.

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Elijah Sanders
Elijah Sanders

Net Neutrality is good, but the NRG that was spent on Net Neutrality should have been spent on this instead. What a strange (((cohencindence))) that this is JUST mentioned after it's too late. Gee, I wonder why?

since this battle isn't going to well you might as well surrender sooner rather than later
How is the weather in Fort Meade? You don't know from inside your basement bunker? Let me find out for you: yr.no/place/United_States/Maryland/Fort_George_G_Meade/hour_by_hour.html?spr=eng
Right now it's 6°, the sun is returning soon and there will be no rain until Sunday morning.

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Elijah Allen
Elijah Allen

cant wait to nut as lady CIA officer looks on

John Morris
John Morris

archive.is/j8fiL
archive.is/a8Y13
eff.org/deeplinks/2018/03/responsibility-deflected-cloud-act-passes
Enable foreign police to collect and wiretap people's communications from U.S. companies, without obtaining a U.S. warrant.
Allow foreign nations to demand personal data stored in the United States, without prior review by a judge.
Allow the U.S. president to enter "executive agreements" that empower police in foreign nations that have weaker privacy laws than the United States to seize data in the United States while ignoring U.S. privacy laws.
Allow foreign police to collect someone's data without notifying them about it.
Empower U.S. police to grab any data, regardless if it's a U.S. person's or not, no matter where it is stored.

archive.is/nNqOv
eff.org/deeplinks/2018/02/cloud-act-dangerous-expansion-police-snooping-cross-border-data
The Clarifying Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act expands American and foreign law enforcement’s ability to target and access people’s data across international borders in two ways. First, the bill creates an explicit provision for U.S. law enforcement (from a local police department to federal agents in Immigration and Customs Enforcement) to access “the contents of a wire or electronic communication and any record or other information” about a person regardless of where they live or where that information is located on the globe. In other words, U.S. police could compel a service provider—like Google, Facebook, or Snapchat—to hand over a user’s content and metadata, even if it is stored in a foreign country, without following that foreign country’s privacy laws.
Includes a weak standard for review that does not rise to the protections of the warrant requirement under the 4th Amendment.
Fails to require foreign law enforcement to seek individualized and prior judicial review.
Grants real-time access and interception to foreign law enforcement without requiring the heightened warrant standards that U.S. police have to adhere to under the Wiretap Act.
Fails to place adequate limits on the category and severity of crimes for this type of agreement.
Fails to require notice on any level – to the person targeted, to the country where the person resides, and to the country where the data is stored. (Under a separate provision regarding U.S. law enforcement extraterritorial orders, the bill allows companies to give notice to the foreign countries where data is stored, but there is no parallel provision for company-to-country notice when foreign police seek data stored in the United States.)

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Aiden Cruz
Aiden Cruz

So I guess this basically makes all the illegal shit the NSA has been doing for over a decade suddenly legal now?

Noah Johnson
Noah Johnson

This bill rider trick is the same thing Paul Ryan used to get CISPA passed at the end of 2015.

Mason James
Mason James

And now instead of having to go through the courts, Bibi Netanyahu can just ask Jared.

Jackson Adams
Jackson Adams

Can we expect the supreme court to strike this down as a blatant violation of the 4th Amendment?

Caleb Moore
Caleb Moore

good luck tapping my swedish vpn

Jackson Price
Jackson Price

Damn. It's all fucked up.
It's really a shame having to hide power levels when around normies instead of feeding them red pills all day long like Alex in A Clockwork Orange.

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Xavier Sullivan
Xavier Sullivan

I'm trying to help you here. Why do you think httpseverywhere and pgp encryption exist? Anything you upload to (((The Cloud))) you no longer own. There is somehow an implied right to email privacy which never existed. Assume Google and Microsoft are training bots on your spam. If you had a Yahoo email account, the US government already looked at it. Unless you're going through a trusted proxy, anyone high up could easily find where you go on the internet.

Eli Nelson
Eli Nelson

Event A: government enslaves everyone
Response: lel we don care

Event B: government passes law that makes spanking slaves legal
Response: OMG IT DE END TIMES!

You are responding with more outrage to an event of insignificant magnitude compared to what has already been happening for decades. This is happening because the media was told by intelligence agencies to convince you that you should be more outraged, and like a brainless retard you have believed them.

But yeah I'm the one in fort meade.

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Henry Myers
Henry Myers

What does this mean for VPN logs?
Why on earth would you ever trust any company just because they said "trust us"?

Nathaniel Stewart
Nathaniel Stewart

thread is already muh blumpf vs democraps

Reminder Net Neutrality is still in effect and doesn't expire until a few more months.

Noah Baker
Noah Baker

because I didn't see you at all the other protests against the Orwellian laws your argument is invalid
absence of rage over previous totalitarian laws disqualifies you from ever speaking your mind on new laws
implying I'm only mad about the Cloud act
implying I didn't warn people about faceberg since 2007
shouting "u mad bro?" is a valid argument
If this isn't a PsyOp I don't know what is.
<But yeah I'm the one in fort meade.
Wrong guess? Okay, let me try one more time: Cheltenham?

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Brayden Richardson
Brayden Richardson

there is a thing called "the CLOUD act"
nuke america
Because of this failure,
your private emails,
literally who?
your online chats,
literally who?
your Facebook,
literally who?
Google,
literally who?
Flickr photos,
literally who?
your Snapchat videos,
literally who?
your private lives online,
literally who?
your moments shared digitally between only those you trust,
literally who?
will be open to foreign law enforcement without a warrant and with few restrictions on using and sharing your information

Eli Hernandez
Eli Hernandez

posting pseudointellectual NSA slides as if they have any bearing on anything or are some kind of threat

Henry Price
Henry Price

JTRIG is part of the NSA
infiltration of internet communities by intelligence agencies is irrelevant
JTRIG writing guides on how to shill and destroy reputations is just internal shitposting
we should be good goys and just ignore it
but I'm totally not a shill
I hope for your sake you're not doing it for free.

Source of last two pics in : theintercept.com/document/2014/02/24/art-deception-training-new-generation-online-covert-operations/
In this case, the context makes it even worse. Direct link to pdf: assets.documentcloud.org/documents/1021430/the-art-of-deception-training-for-a-new.pdf

Nicholas Ortiz
Nicholas Ortiz

commit "hate speech" as USA by tweeting BirminghamPD's Twitter account that Islam teaches Sharia
they subpoena literally every citizen, find some guy you talked to in an online video game
they pass logs of your messages to the FBI
you get charged with CP, your twitch and Twitter accounts
Damn...

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Isaac Hill
Isaac Hill

CIA NSA OPNIGGERFAGGOT, no difference.
shill
/your_post

Oliver Sanders
Oliver Sanders

Have spies fallen this far? Where you in the past dropped operators off behind enemy lines to assassinate officers with silenced High Standard HDM .22 LR pistols, you now screech
CIA NSA OPNIGGERFAGGOT
at anons who warn others of your reputation destroying activities? I really can't make up what a travesty it is.

.jpg related is what you where about
.webm related is what you became

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Benjamin Nelson
Benjamin Nelson

How much is this act going to cost businesses now in monitoring their user-generated content?

Kayden Davis
Kayden Davis

hory shet

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Hudson King
Hudson King

This kills the Web 2.0

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Wyatt Ross
Wyatt Ross

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Henry Perry
Henry Perry

absolute shit get tbh

James Perez
James Perez

What are you saying? Yeah. I confused CLOUD with FOSTA. I would rather know how CLOUD is going to cost businesses to adhere to international regulations instead of only following domestic laws and letting the Feds foot the bill.

Evan Hill
Evan Hill

Gr8 get m8

Will this kill the cloudnigger trend? And bring back local storage / personal server trends?

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Joshua Phillips
Joshua Phillips

Checked!

Angel Thompson
Angel Thompson

Will this kill the cloudnigger trend? And bring back local storage / personal server trends?
Possibly. While US servers get ragged on because of muh NSA, many people from outside the country benefited from greater privacy protections here than in Europe, Asia, or Australia (lol Africa and South America). This CLOUD Act might cause a lot of small-to-medium sized hosting providers to be pushed out by the big boys like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. And since people trust the big boys as much as they trust the NSA, there could very well be a push outside the US to find a better solution to this problem.

Really, this thing can't be good for business in the long run, and all it seems to be is some kind of trade-off; i.e., the Feds get access to international business logs in exchange for foreign governments to get access to our business logs.

Jeremiah Wilson
Jeremiah Wilson

what is local storage trends? we can and have already used local storage from the beginning. any "trend" version of this is just going to be some corporate botnet garbage full of security vulns

Aaron Clark
Aaron Clark

user probably meant local NAS. I am concerned about Apple and Google having their cloud services storing local pictures and videos that mobile users capture in real-time.

Owen Parker
Owen Parker

damn nigga

Daniel Davis
Daniel Davis

Goddamnit.

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Dylan Reed
Dylan Reed

While US servers get ragged on because of muh NSA,
Which was always retarded, because there are Constitutional limits on NSA operations in the US. Do they push those limits and sometimes break them? Yeah, the Snowden documents showed that. But the NSA can--and does--operate with impunity abroad. That's their fucking job. The NSA is balls deep in every network in Europe, for example, including in Switzerland. But muh Protonmail. Right.

Samuel Sullivan
Samuel Sullivan

Check'd and heil'd.

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Levi Perry
Levi Perry

less than the digits you just wasted, you humongous faggot

Jonathan Smith
Jonathan Smith

Checked!

James Hall
James Hall

And how would you have spent them?
You got nice digits also user.

Luis Edwards
Luis Edwards

The US has sucked since the Civil War.
Or since Henry Ford didn't run and get elected president and join the Axis.

FREEDOM FIRST
HITLER SECOND

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Kevin Hill
Kevin Hill

Fug, needed those digits.
The Fuehrer's Ghost lives.

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Jason Jenkins
Jason Jenkins

Nice palindromic digits you got there, Holla Forumsnician.

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Angel Carter
Angel Carter

GETS TO INFINITY AND BEYOND
youtu.be/A0EFbG05qME

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Jackson Martin
Jackson Martin

off by two
As per our customs, you must commit ritual suicide by bleach.

Xavier Scott
Xavier Scott

Someone have the .gif of the Jewish 'murican politician Diane Feinstein doing the full merchant after getting Trump to go after guns? 't would be appropriate.

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Thomas Taylor
Thomas Taylor

Off by three.
You first user.

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Anthony Thomas
Anthony Thomas

I'm protected.

Levi Long
Levi Long

NSA has had hardware backdoors into every computer with an Intel chip or Samsung drive on the planet

Prove it nigger.

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