We've had the opportunity to see inside the workings of the DNC and Hillary Clinton. The expose from Wikileaks shows that Clinton lied about her emails, possible bribe offerings to the FBI agents, lies about obama's knowledge of Clintons illegal use of a private server, the collusion of DNC to rig the primaries. The Democrats defer answering questions about these lies by saying that Russia hacked into their servers and that it was illegal. What's more important to you? The exposure of the corruption or the fact that it's a possible hack by the Russians. (The FBI says they have no proof)
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Agreed, both important - stop the hacking and stop the corruption.
But, the U.S. hacks as much as anyone. Why have two sets of standards for the same thing? It's OK for the U.S. to hack, while others cannot? U.S. even lied about spying in the U.S.??
I'm not sure anything that is being done by this administration is OK we know they aren't trustable.If he US is hacking solely for our national security,not to endanger/threaten the security of other nations why wouldn't that be OK?
When has the U.S. government NOT interfered with another country when they've hacked? Similar to Iraq? Interfere for our "national security" - that's worked out well. We can't trust the U.S. inside our borders, what's going to be different outside?
I don't follow u.When has the US hacked another country aiming to endanger/threaten their national security other than enemies of the US?If they have I'd say that is wrong but that doesn't make hacking intelligence for our defense wrong.
Guess you forgot about the obama admin. hacking into European leaders emails and phone conversations. I'd say "friendly" as they get. But, hey. what's a little spying on "friends". Nothing to read here, move along.......
But what did they do with information to compromise their security?I heard of nothing they didn't reveal secrets or endanger lives,but as I said I wouldn't trust BO.Still it is negligent to not use hacking as an instrument of our security.
Dont taze - one of the reason we have international control over the internet - the Europeans lost trust in the U.S. The U.S. spies and hacks everyone. We have no moral high ground that I know of.
The rest of the international"controllers"don't?It's naive to believe that.You still didn't answer my question,what did they do with information to compromise their security?How do you know the US hacks everybody?U &me, everybody?
Mega data saved by the NSA on all electronic communications stored at a $5 billion facility in Utah.
Fake cell towers to eaves drop on U.S. citizens phone conversations
FISA a secret court used by NSA - No defense atty's allowed
So you think provisions of the patriot act are the same as hacking enemies computers to defend our country? There is a difference and what you cite has little to nothing to do with the internet.You are straying from what I'm saying.
Both issues are important.
But, if the corruption goes on, and our cyber security is great, are we better off?
The U.S. does the same thing to other countries, are we on a higher moral ground?
Things to ponder!
Ok - the government of the U.S. hacks - even hacks into their own citizens emails and phones. That's ok?
Kind of like us bombing is ok, but others bombing the same way is not?
Who's hacking is less important than the corruption, in my opinion.
If the RNC's emails were as damning as that of the Democrats, I'd feel as angry about them as Democrats should feel about the DNC's immoral, illegal acts.
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I agree Tamara,
The corruption is worse than the hacking - whether if be done by a foreign government or internally.
For if the corruption is not stopped, our freedoms will be lost. Of this, I am certain.
Have a great week!