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Looks like Ashcroft is at it again:
"The MATRIX (which stands for 'Multistate Anti-Terrorism Information Exchange') creates dossiers about individuals from government databases and private-sector information companies that compile files on Americans' activities for profit. It then makes those dossiers available for search by federal and state law enforcement officers. In addition, Matrix workers comb through the millions of files in a search for 'anomalies' that may be indicative of terrorist or other criminal activity."
The MATRIX? What are these guys thinking? As in, the giant evil computer-controlled false reality that ENSLAVES ALL OF MANKIND? It wouldn't be THAT Matrix, would it?
I find it pretty funny, in an extremely morbid and pant-shittingly terrified way, that Ashcroft and company don't even bother to hide their evil Orwellian motives any more. First
Total Information Awareness, and now
The Matrix. What does it matter that the very name of the program is met with fear, indignation, anger, and rejection by the American public? It's not like they have a say, ho ho ho, the potential terrorists.
"Raising even more issues, the Matrix is operated by a private company, Seisint Inc. of Boca Raton, Florida. Ironically, the company's founder was forced to resign after information about his own past came to light: according to Florida police, he was formerly a drug smuggler who had piloted multiple planeloads of cocaine from Colombia to the U.S."
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