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FBI video, documents on Russian spy ring released

• Washington Post
[They want you looking at her again.  What else is going on you need to be distracted from?]
More than a year after the FBI busted a Russian spy ring, the bureau is releasing surveillance videos, documents and photographs from the investigation that led to one of the biggest spy scandals since the end of the Cold War. The trove, the bureau says, provides a “rare glimpse” into the world of counterintelligence.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Consider the following:

1. Bitcoin-style super encryption... virtually unbreakable;

2. Bitcoin encryption in emails.

3. Bitcoin-style email transfers so that nobody can tell for sure where the emails came from and where they are going... except the sender and receiver, of course.

4. Cloud computing so that nobody is required to keep his info on his computer.

5. Bitcoin-style encryption on personal information in the Cloud, so that nobody can view personal info.

Shoot. There are probably all kinds of spy rings all over the world, in all different countries, from all different countries, passing on all kinds of information, from here to there, and everywhere. And the only people who don't know about it - or even suspect that it is being done - are the poor people of the world and the American public.

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