Exposing Enemy Action?
Has El Reg complied with state intelligence agencies requests to probe users' accounts and disclose privileged and proprietary information?
Automattic, the company behind content management and blogging platform WordPress, has complained that it can't reveal the full extent of state intelligence agencies' requests to probe users' accounts. The company's new National Security report reports that the company's recorded zero “national security requests” in 2015's …
Mark, although he seems to have gained a bit more AI recently, you should know that amanfrommars is a bot, which posts seemingly intelligent comments based on parsing the text in the article and other comments, sometimes with more success than others.
In this case, he approaches something like a coherant question, which is interesting, but the last few words let him down - replace "privileged and proprietary information" with "personal user information" and the comment would be perfect.
In this case, he approaches something like a coherant question, which is interesting, but the last few words let him down - replace "privileged and proprietary information" with "personal user information" and the comment would be perfect. …. AndyS
Methinks there are those who would agree that privileged and proprietary information is inclusive of personal user information and a much more valid selection of words exploring a whole host of further considerations in and for the fields that be phishing and phorming both singular and collective input for mass and intelligent agency output.
????? Does a reluctance and/or failure to reasonably respond to a clear enough simple question indicate that privileged and proprietary information is/will be compromised with a reply which is not wholly truthful and hiding a secret? You know, that evasion of inquiry that destroys the legitimacy of all sorts of ponzi organisations and politically incorrect bodies.
We're all bots, besides. … Anonymous Coward
Quite so, most probably, AC. And all are not equal with some who may be both a few and many, considerably smarter and more active than ever before thought humanly possible.
"None", as Automattic reports for 2014 and the first half of 2015, would appear to be 0, as does the sentence following their table: "We are pleased to report that we received no National Security Requests during 2014 or so far in 2015."
Rounding does not apply, and a positive number of requests less than half of 249 could not truthfully be shown as 0. Showing "0 - 249" for the first half of 2013 suggests there was at least one, and if they are being truthful, there were no more than 249.
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