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Funny story: Long Island megabux residents defy Uncle Sam's snooping tentacles

Long Island megabux residents defy Uncle Sam's snooping tentacles

Long Island, NY - A group of East Hampton billionaires resident in Long Island's most securely guarded enclave has launched its own PRISM-busting communications satellite in the wake of US government snooping on their shopping, and stuff. Blasted...
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Funny story: Crop circle of dead MI6 cryptographer holdall sprouts suddenly at Alton Barnes Common

Crop circle of dead MI6 cryptographer holdall sprouts suddenly at Alton Barnes Common

London - "These snooping claims are utterly baseless," the UK's top Spookmaster General said today as news of the field etching's materialization broke. "We don't need to outsource snooping on British Tea Party taxpayers to some sort of hush-hush,...
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Funny story: MI6 cryptographer Gareth Williams, Peter Mandelson and the Echelon protocols

MI6 cryptographer Gareth Williams, Peter Mandelson and the Echelon protocols

London - (Encrypted Mess}: The codes controlling mastery of the UK/US Echelon computerised satellite surveillance brain are notoriously impossible to hack. Weekend Red Top speculation that dead MI6 cryptographer Gareth Williams had cracked the pro...
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