Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Gonzales wants ISPs to save user data

Yahoo and the AP are reporting that the "Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said Tuesday that Congress should require Internet service providers to preserve customer records, asserting that prosecutors need them to fight child pornography." This shouldn't be too burdensome to the small ISP (sarcasm). Imagine how much data storage at&t will need once it sucks up BST at the end of the year!

This part is all rant:

As the fall elections come into view, the Administration in Power starts beating the Neo-Con drum. If it isn't Gay Marriage, it's Child Porn or Immigration. And the funny thing is how well this works for them (against a fragmented Dem party).

I know why they do this: to keep the minds of the simpleton population on domestic issues that they cannot solve either, instead of on issues like war, terrorism, torture, world stature, trade deficit, lack of job growth, insufficient infrastructure planning, the jokes called FEMA & SBA, our education system, and our Trillion dollar debt!

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