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Anti-secrecy website Cryptome shut down for leaking Microsoft’s Global Criminal Compliance Handbook

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on February 25, 2010

But not before I grabbed a copy of the pdf! Download Microsoft’s Global Criminal Compliance Handbook.

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Whistleblower site Cryptome’s ISP, Network Solutions, has just shut down Cryptome.org for posting a leaked copy of Microsoft’s 22-page guide detailing surveillance services Microsoft will perform for law enforcement agencies on its various online platforms; Microsoft attacked the post under the guise of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act. Network Solutions has also locked the domain, preventing it from being transferred to another ISP.

Previously, Network Solutions had set Cryptome’s ultimatum for removing the file at February 25th; upon receiving Cryptome’s DMCA counter notification, Cryptome editor John Young says they pulled the plug.

Note: Cryptome is back up. Here is the exchange between Network Solutions and Microsoft and Cryptome webmaster John Young.

Subject: DN: http://www.cryptome.org; Registrar: Network Solutions; Host: Network Solutions – Demand for Immediate Take Down – Notice of Infringing Activity – MS Ref. 304277
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 12:22:59 -0500
From: “DMCA” <DMCA[at]networksolutions.com>
To: “John Young” <jya[at]pipeline.com>

We would like to notify you that Microsoft has contacted us regarding http://www.cryptome.org. Microsoft has withdrawn their DMCA complaint. As a result http://www.cryptome.org has been reactivated and this matter has been closed. Please allow time for the reactivation to propagate throughout the various servers around the world.

Linda L. Larsen, Designated Agent
Network Solutions, LLC
Telephone: 703.668.5615
Facsimile: 703.668.5959
Email: dmca[at]networksolutions.com

_________

Subject: DN: http://www.cryptome.org; Registrar: Network Solutions; Host: Network Solutions – Demand for Immediate Take Down – Notice of Infringing Activity – MS Ref. 304277
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:09 -0500
To: “DMCA” <DMCA[at]networksolutions.com>
From: “John Young” <jya[at]pipeline.com>

Dear Ms. Larsen,

You may know we are publishing our email exchanges to help readers understand the process. Could you describe means by which Microsoft withdrew their DMCA complaint?

Regards,

John Young

__________

Subject: RE: DN: http://www.cryptome.org; Registrar: Network Solutions; Host: Network Solutions – Demand for Immediate Take Down – Notice of Infringing Activity – MS Ref. 304277
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:24:52 -0500
From: “DMCA” <DMCA[at]networksolutions.com>
To: “John Young” <jya[at]pipeline.com>

We received an email from Microsoft’s counsel withdrawing the complaint. Accordingly, we restored access and notified you of our action.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call me.

Linda L. Larsen, Designated Agent
Network Solutions, LLC
Telephone: 703.668.5615
Facsimile: 703.668.5959
Email: dmca[at]networksolutions.com

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Subject: RE: DN: http://www.cryptome.org; Registrar: Network Solutions; Host: Network Solutions – Demand for Immediate Take Down – Notice of Infringing Activity – MS Ref. 304277
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:42 -0500
To: “DMCA” <DMCA[at]networksolutions.com>
From: “John Young” <jya[at]pipeline.com>

Could we get a copy of the Microsoft email? For the public record.

Thanks, John

__________

Subject: DN: http://www.cryptome.org; Registrar: Network Solutions; Host: Network Solutions – Demand for Immediate Take Down – Notice of Infringing Activity – MS Ref. 304277
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 14:09:47 -0500
From: “DMCA” <DMCA[at]networksolutions.com>
To: “John Young” <jya[at]pipeline.com>

Mr. Young,

Pursuant to your request, attached please find the email correspondence containing Microsoft’s withdrawal of its “takedown request”.

Respectfully,

Linda L. Larsen, Designated Agent
Network Solutions, LLC
Telephone: 703.668.5615
Facsimile: 703.668.5959
Email: dmca[at]networksolutions.com

__________

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To: “DMCA” <dmca[at]networksolutions.com>
Cc: “internet4[at]microsoft-antipiracy.com” <IMCEAMAILTO-internet4+40microsoft-antipiracy+2Ecom[at]cov.com>

Dear Ms. Larsen:

I am outside counsel to Microsoft Corporation. I am writing to confirm my telephone message left with your nighttime operator at 7:45 PST this evening to withdraw Microsoft’s takedown request with respect to the file available at http://cryptome.org/isp-spy/microsoft-spy.zip which is the subject of the correspondence below.

While Microsoft has a good faith belief that the distribution of the file that was made available at that address infringes Microsoft’s copyrights, it was not Microsoft’s intention that the takedown request result in the disablement of web acess to the entire cryptome.org website on which the file was made available.

Accordingly, on behalf of Microsoft, I am hereby withdrawing the takedown request and asking that Network Solutions restore internet access to http: cryptome.org as soon as possible.

I can be reached at 415-640-5145 if you wish to discuss this request.

Sincerely,

Evan Cox
Counsel to Microsoft Corporation

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Austin, Texas plane crash ‘oddities’

Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on February 20, 2010

Lori Price
Citizens for Legit Government

Note: check back for updates

Austin Plane Crash Witness: Hazmat, Fire Department In Place Before Crash (Austin News / KXAN.com) 18 Feb 2010 Witness account of the plane crash in NW Austin –‘I know that the Fire Department got here real fast, because they actually had an engine sitting over there [pointing] that just happened to be doing something with Hazmat, so they were over here, like, right away.’ (Video)

Second body found inside Texas building hit by plane –At least 13 people were injured, with two reported in critical condition. 18 Feb 2010 A software engineer furious with the Internal Revenue Service launched a suicide attack on the agency Thursday by crashing his small plane into an office building containing nearly 200 IRS employees… Emergency crews recovered two bodies from the wreckage. The pilot was presumed dead and one worker in the building had been missing. The FBI tentatively identified the pilot as A. Joseph Stack III. “It felt like a bomb blew off,” said Peggy Walker, an IRS revenue officer who was sitting at her desk. Andrew Jacobson, an IRS revenue officer who was on the second floor when the plane hit with a “big whoomp” and then a second explosion, said about six people couldn’t use the stairwell because of smoke and debris.

Manifesto of Joseph Andrew Stack 18 Feb 2010 ‘If you’re reading this, you’re no doubt asking yourself, ‘Why did this have to happen?’ The simple truth is that it is complicated and has been coming for a long time… Why is it that a handful of thugs and plunderers can commit unthinkable atrocities (and in the case of the GM executives, for scores of years) and when it’s time for their gravy train to crash under the weight of their gluttony and overwhelming stupidity, the force of the full federal government has no difficulty coming to their aid within days if not hours? Yet at the same time, the joke we call the American medical system, including the drug and insurance companies, are murdering tens of thousands of people a year and stealing from the corpses and victims they cripple, and this country’s leaders don’t see this as important as bailing out a few of their vile, rich cronies… The recent presidential puppet GW Bush and his cronies in their eight years certainly reinforced for all of us that this criticism rings equally true for all of the government.’

Man identified as suicide plane pilot used San Marcos address 18 Feb 2010 A man being identified as the pilot of a plane that crashed into an office building used by Internal Revenue Service in Austin this morning has used San Marcos addresses in the past but the extent of his connections to the city are unclear. The Associated Press is quoting a federal law enforcement official saying a man named Joseph Stack flew his Piper Cherokee plane into the Echelon 1 building on Research Boulevard. Stack posted an apparent suicide note to http://www.embeddedart.com, since removed from the Internet found herein which he railed against the IRS and other entities. Stack used a San Marcos address, 925 E Hwy 80, when he registered the domain name in 2003. That address corresponds with the SanMar Plaza retail center that is home to a Dollar General, Hastings and Hobby Lobby.

Wall Street Urinal labels alleged terrorist ‘protester’ Tax Protester Crashes Plane Into IRS Office 18 Feb 2010 A pilot slammed his small plane into a seven-story building that housed the local office of the Internal Revenue Service Thursday, apparently killing himself and one agency employee, in what federal officials described as a deliberate suicide attack amid a long-running tax dispute. Investigators are looking into whether the pilot, 53-year-old Andrew Joseph Stack, also set his house on fire before taking off in his single-engine Piper Dakota around 9:40 a.m. local time.

Texas crash does not appear to be terrorism-W.House 18 Feb 2010 The White House said the crash of a small plane in the Texas state capital Austin on Thursday did not appear to be terrorism and that President Barack Obama had been briefed about the incident. The Homeland Security Department is looking at investigating all angles of the incident, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs told reporters on board Air Force One before leaving on a trip to Colorado. “It does not appear” to be terrorism, Gibbs said.

Small Plane Crashes Into I.R.S. Building in Texas19 Feb 2010 A man crashed a small plane Thursday morning into a seven-story office building in Austin, Tex., that houses offices of the Internal Revenue Service, the authorities said. The pilot was killed. Two people were hospitalized, and one person was still unaccounted for Thursday afternoon. President Obama was briefed on the situation by his counterterrorism adviser, John O. Brennan, at 12:35 p.m., according to Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary. But while the Department of Homeland Security was investigating the crash, federal officials emphasized that they did not consider the case to be a terrorist attack. [?] Officials said the crash was being investigated as a crime [because his name is 'Stack' and not ''Muhammad'].

Small plane ‘intentionally’ crashes into Austin, TX, building with FBI, IRS, Echelon offices –Official: Pilot intentionally hit Texas building –Two injuries reported, officials say –199 IRS employees worked in building 18 Feb 2010 FAA officials tell CNN the plane was a Piper Cherokee PA-28. A federal law enforcement official tells CNN that they believe the plane belonged to Joseph Andrew Stack. The Internal Revenue Service in Dallas, Texas, told CNN that the building is a federal IRS outsourced building. It said 199 of its employees work there. CLG: Federal Bureau of Investigation: Austin Resident Office 9420 Research Blvd # Iii400, Austin, TX; Echelon Holdings Ltd 9420 Research Boulevard, Austin, TX.

Pilot deliberately crashed into Texas building, official says 28 Feb 2010 The pilot of a small plane that slammed into a building Thursday morning in Austin, Texas, set his house on fire beforehand and then intentionally crashed the aircraft, a federal official told CNN. Federal officials told CNN the plane was a Piper Cherokee PA-28 they believe belonged to Joseph Andrew Stack. Two F-16 fighter jets were sent from Houston as a precaution, but federal authorities said preliminary information did not indicate any terrorist connection to the crash.

IRS releases statement on plane crash 18 Feb 2010 A small plane crashed into an office complex occupied mostly by the local Internal Revenue Service this morning on the 9400 block of Research Boulevard. “We can confirm a small plane hit a building in Austin, Texas that includes IRS offices in Echelon Building I that houses about 190 IRS employs. We are still in process accounting for all employees and will update as information is available, ” the IRS said in a statement. The city confirmed the Echelon Building at 9430 Research Blvd. was hit.

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Posted in Uncategorized by maasanova on February 10, 2010


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