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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #135 on: June 12, 2013, 11:31:10 AM »
I found this Doc a few years ago on the Aussie Gov Website linked to Defense Research, and oddly they haven't taken this one off the web unlike that Lithium Dump into Atmosphere Doc I found when I was more happy yesteryear ;)  ;D

The Use of Systemic-Functional Linguistics in Automated Text Mining.

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Scientific Publication

Report Number:
    DSTO-RR-0339
Authors:
    Kappagoda, A.
Issue Date:
    2009-03
AR Number:
    AR-014-419
Classification:
    Unclassified
Report Type:
    Research Report
Division:
    Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence Division (C3ID)
Release Authority:
    Chief, Command, Control, Communication and Intelligence Division
Task Sponsor:
    ASCP; EXEC DIR CTSTC
Task Number:
    INT 07/020
File Number:
    2009/1016253/1
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    82
References:
    38
Terms:
    Information extraction; Machine learning
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    http://hdl.handle.net/1947/9900

Abstract

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Systemic-functional linguistics is a linguistic framework for the analysis of grammatical and semantic information in text, with a potential role in automated text mining. This report outlines essential features of the theory, its application in computational work, and the rationale for use in automated text mining, and develops a grammatical annotation scheme– word functions– to enrich a mixed text corpus of newspaper articles and e-mails, for machine learning of semantically-oriented grammatical patterns. Testing demonstrates high accuracy in predicting word functions in unseen text in co-training with other grammatical information, providing the basis for further grammatical and semantic text processing.


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Using grammatical and semantic patterns as the basis for large-scale text processing has wide potential to improve the quality and speed of information management and analytical tasks in the defence and intelligence domains. It is proposed that a robust linguistic model is needed to support the automation of these tasks, which is achieved by co-training semantic and grammatical information with unstructured text, and that systemic-functional linguistics (SFL) provides a prime means for achieving this. SFL is a linguistic theory that has had a substantial presence in natural language processing work for the past 40 years, with recent developments in rule-based and machine learning (ML)- based text processing. An outline of the theoretical apparatus of SFL is presented, focusing on a detailed treatment of the functional structure of word groups and phrases. This is used to derive a grammatical annotation scheme for the labelling of the functions of single tokens in unstructured text (WFG). A justification for using this scheme is presented, and a method is outlined for the preprocessing of unstructured text and for annotation with the WFG scheme, in order to produce training and testing corpora for a ML system employing the 'conditional random fields' algorithm. It is demonstrated via this system that automated WFG annotation can be achieved with high accuracy, and that such labelling supports the automated recognition of other grammatical information such as chunk labelling. It is proposed that WFG annotation provides a robust semantically-oriented foundation for other kinds of semantically-based text processing, such as information extraction and text categorisation, which are important elements in information management in defence and intelligence tasks.



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http://www.dsto.defence.gov.au/publications/scientific_record.php?record=9900




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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #136 on: June 12, 2013, 11:39:54 AM »
Michael Savage Defends NSA Whistleblower, Edward Snowden, Hero and True Patriot,

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #137 on: June 12, 2013, 11:41:06 AM »
Local councils snooping on phone use

LOCAL councils are seizing data from residents' mobile phones without warrants to chase unregistered pets, illegal rubbish dumping and unauthorised advertising.

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Federal surveillance laws enable enforcement agencies -- such as police, corruption watchdogs and the Australian Taxation Office -- to seize telecommunications data to conduct criminal investigations, enforce fines or protect public revenue. But the laws are increasingly being used by other public bodies, such as local governments and Australia Post, which have collectively made more than 800 self-authorisations for personal data in the past three financial years.

Telecommunications data, which is often described as "metadata", includes the names and addresses of telephone users and lists of their calls, text messages and emails. It also includes users' locations at the time they make a call, but does not include the text or audio of communications.

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http://www.theaustralian.com.au/australian-it/councils-snooping-on-phone-use/story-e6frgakx-1226579848017


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« Reply #138 on: June 12, 2013, 12:12:14 PM »
Obama Holds Secret Press Meeting to Control Reports About NSA Leak



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Reporters were invited to a secret meeting with President Obama to corroborate how the leak concerning the NSA’s PRISM program will be dealt with in the mainstream media (MSM).

Referred to as a routine “background briefing session”; however the details of this meeting were to remain unspoken and reporters who attended the meeting was not forthcoming with details of what was discussed.

Reporters from many of the most influential MSM outlets were in attendance:

• New York Times
• Washington Post
• Huffington Post
• Time
• McClatchy
• Politico
• Tribune
• NPR
• Bloomberg
• USA Today
• AFP
• Yahoo

At an annual banquet of the Intelligence and national Security Alliance, James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, joked about recent comments he made regarding the NSA leak.

Clapper called it the “elephant in the room” regarding ““the unauthorized leaks as reprehensible and egregious.”

Clapper joked that: “Some of you expressed surprise that I showed up—so many emails to read!”

Russian President Vladimir Putin remarked that data surveillance “methods are in demand. But you can’t just listen to the phone call in Russia; you need a special order from court. This is how this should be done in civilized society while tackling terrorism with the use of any technical means. If it is in the framework of the law, then it’s ok. If not it is unacceptable.”

Dmitry Peskov, press secretary for Putin said that should his government receive a request from Edward Snowden, National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower, for asylum “we will consider it.”

Snowden remarked that it is his “predisposition is to seek asylum in a country with shared values.”

House Speaker John Boehner said that Snowden is a “traitor. “The disclosure of this information puts Americans at risk. It shows our adversaries what our capabilities are. And it’s a giant violation of the law.”

Boehner said that the NSA surveillance programs being used by the Obama administration are “important national security programs to help keep Americans safe, and give us tools to fight the terrorist threat that we face. The president also outlined that there are appropriate safeguards in place to make sure that there’s no snooping, if you will, on Americans here at home.”

Boehner claims that there is “heavy oversight of this program by the House Intelligence Committee on a bipartisan basis and the Senate Intelligence Committee. And that’s why I feel comfortable that we can operate this program and protect the privacy rights of our citizens.”

http://www.occupycorporatism.com/obama-holds-secret-press-meeting-to-control-reports-about-nsa-leak/

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The MSM portrays the revelation that the NSA is monitoring Americans through digital communications as a divide between Republican and Democrat ideology.

House Representative Steny Hoyer stands with the Obama administration and the surveillance programs fronted by the NSA. In response to whistleblower Snowden, Hoyer said: “This certainly compromises the intelligence gathering abilities of the United States and to that extent is helpful to … those who would cause us harm.”

David Drummond, lawyer for Google, wrote a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and Robert Mueller, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) that demanded the federal government publically disclose the number of National Security Letters sent to Google that request user data for surveillance purposes.

According to the letter: “Assertions in the press that our compliance with these requests gives the U.S. government unfettered access to our users’ data are simply untrue. However, government nondisclosure obligations regarding the number of FISA national security requests that Google receives, as well as the number of accounts covered by those requests, fuel that speculation.”

The letter continues: “We therefore ask you to help make it possible for Google to publish in our Transparency Report aggregate numbers of national security requests, including FISA disclosures—in terms of both the number we receive and their scope. Google’s numbers would clearly show that our compliance with these requests falls far short of the claims being made. Google has nothing to hide.”

Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley have introduced a bill to force the Obama administration to declassify Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) opinions that legalize the monitoring of Americans.

MSM reports that this bill is dead before it is given a chance for review because elected officials will “just say no” to having such legislation on the books.

http://www.occupycorporatism.com/obama-holds-secret-press-meeting-to-control-reports-about-nsa-leak/

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #139 on: June 12, 2013, 12:17:49 PM »
Snowden saw what I saw: surveillance criminally subverting the constitution


Thomas Drake, NSA whistleblower, in a still from the Robert Greenwald documentary War on Whistleblowers. Photograph: guardian.co.uk

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So we refused to be part of the NSA's dark blanket. That is why whistleblowers pay the price for being the backstop of democracy

What Edward Snowden has done is an amazingly brave and courageous act of civil disobedience.

Like me, he became discomforted by what he was exposed to and what he saw: the industrial-scale systematic surveillance that is scooping up vast amounts of information not only around the world but in the United States, in direct violation of the fourth amendment of the US constitution.

The NSA programs that Snowden has revealed are nothing new: they date back to the days and weeks after 9/11. I had direct exposure to similar programs, such as Stellar Wind, in 2001. In the first week of October, I had an extraordinary conversation with NSA's lead attorney. When I pressed hard about the unconstitutionality of Stellar Wind, he said:

    "The White House has approved the program; it's all legal. NSA is the executive agent."

It was made clear to me that the original intent of government was to gain access to all the information it could without regard for constitutional safeguards. "You don't understand," I was told. "We just need the data."

http://m.guardiannews.com/commentisfree/2013/jun/12/snowden-surveillance-subverting-constitution

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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #140 on: June 12, 2013, 12:20:29 PM »
Bush Lets U.S. Spy on Callers Without Courts




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By JAMES RISEN and ERIC LICHTBLAU
Published: December 16, 2005

 WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 - Months after the Sept. 11 attacks, President Bush secretly authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans and others inside the United States to search for evidence of terrorist activity without the court-approved warrants ordinarily required for domestic spying, according to government officials.

Under a presidential order signed in 2002, the intelligence agency has monitored the international telephone calls and international e-mail messages of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of people inside the United States without warrants over the past three years in an effort to track possible "dirty numbers" linked to Al Qaeda, the officials said. The agency, they said, still seeks warrants to monitor entirely domestic communications.

The previously undisclosed decision to permit some eavesdropping inside the country without court approval was a major shift in American intelligence-gathering practices, particularly for the National Security Agency, whose mission is to spy on communications abroad. As a result, some officials familiar with the continuing operation have questioned whether the surveillance has stretched, if not crossed, constitutional limits on legal searches.

"This is really a sea change," said a former senior official who specializes in national security law. "It's almost a mainstay of this country that the N.S.A. only does foreign searches."

http://www.nytimes.com/2005/12/16/politics/16program.html?scp=1&sq=James%20Risen%20nsa%20surveillance&st=cse&_r=1&

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« Reply #141 on: June 12, 2013, 01:27:08 PM »


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US whistleblower Edward Snowden 'will fight extradition'

Edward Snowden (picture courtesy of the Guardian) says he wants Hong Kong to decide his fate


The ex-CIA employee who leaked secret US surveillance details has vowed in an interview to fight any attempt to extradite him from Hong Kong.

Edward Snowden told the South China Morning Post: "I'm neither traitor nor hero. I'm an American."

It is the first interview he has given since disappearing from his hotel room in Hong Kong on Monday.

His leaks led to revelations that the US is systematically seizing vast amounts of phone and web data.

Mr Snowden left Hawaii for Hong Kong shortly before the highly sensitive leaks surfaced.

I do not currently feel safe due to the pressure the US government is applying to Hong Kong”
 
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 "I am not here to hide from justice; I am here to reveal criminality," Mr Snowden told the Post, which said the interview was carried out in a secret location in Hong Kong.

"My intention is to ask the courts and people of Hong Kong to decide my fate."

US 'bullying'

The information leaked by Mr Snowden has undoubtedly angered the US government, but so far he has not been charged by the authorities, nor is he the subject of an extradition request.

Hong Kong has an extradition treaty with the US, although analysts say any attempts to bring Mr Snowden to America may take months and could be blocked by Beijing.

The Post quoted Mr Snowden as saying that he had several opportunities to leave Hong Kong, but that he "would rather stay and fight the United States government in the courts, because I have faith in Hong Kong's rule of law."

He also accused Washington of "bullying the Hong Kong government".

"I do not currently feel safe due to the pressure the US government is applying to Hong Kong, but I feel that Hong Kong itself has a strong civil tradition that whistleblowers should not fear," he said.

And when asked whether he had been offered asylum by Russia, he replied: "My only comment is that I am glad there are governments that refuse to be intimidated by great power".

After Mr Snowden's leaks, which led to a series of articles in the Guardian and Washington Post newspapers, US officials confirmed the existence of a secret programme to draw data from the internet, codenamed Prism.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence gave details of the programme last week.

According to the office's statement, Prism is simply an internal computer system, and not a data-mining programme.

But Washington is coming under increasing pressure from many different quarters to end the practice.

The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit on Tuesday, challenging the legality of the programme.

Separately, a coalition of more than 80 rights groups and internet companies have launched a website, StopWatching.Us, which has called on Congress to launch a full investigation.

And the EU's justice commissioner has written to the US attorney general, questioning him about Prism, and saying she was concerned America's efforts "could have grave adverse consequences for the fundamental rights of EU citizens".


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-22878591

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 [The National Security Agency's] capability at any time could be turned around on the American people, and no American would have any privacy left, such is the capability to monitor everything: telephone conversations, telegrams, it doesn’t matter. There would be no place to hide.
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Stop Watching Us.
The revelations about the National Security Agency's surveillance apparatus, if true, represent a stunning abuse of our basic rights. We demand the U.S. Congress reveal the full extent of the NSA's spying programs.
Read the full letter to US Congress


Dear Members of Congress,

We write to express our concern about recent reports published in the Guardian and the Washington Post, and acknowledged by the Obama Administration, which reveal secret spying by the National Security Agency (NSA) on phone records and Internet activity of people in the United States.

The Washington Post and the Guardian recently published reports based on information provided by an intelligence contractor showing how the NSA and the FBI are gaining broad access to data collected by nine of the leading U.S. Internet companies and sharing this information with foreign governments. As reported, the U.S. government is extracting audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents, and connection logs that enable analysts to track a person's movements and contacts over time. As a result, the contents of communications of people both abroad and in the U.S. can be swept in without any suspicion of crime or association with a terrorist organization.

Leaked reports also published by the Guardian and confirmed by the Administration reveal that the NSA is also abusing a controversial section of the PATRIOT Act to collect the call records of millions of Verizon customers. The data collected by the NSA includes every call made, the time of the call, the duration of the call, and other "identifying information" for millions of Verizon customers, including entirely domestic calls, regardless of whether those customers have ever been suspected of a crime. The Wall Street Journal has reported that other major carriers, including AT&T and Sprint, are subject to similar secret orders.

This type of blanket data collection by the government strikes at bedrock American values of freedom and privacy. This dragnet surveillance violates the First and Fourth Amendments of the U.S. Constitution, which protect citizens' right to speak and associate anonymously, guard against unreasonable searches and seizures, and protect their right to privacy.

We are calling on Congress to take immediate action to halt this surveillance and provide a full public accounting of the NSA's and the FBI's data collection programs. We call on Congress to immediately and publicly:

Enact reform this Congress to Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act,

the state secrets privilege, and the FISA Amendments Act to make clear that blanket surveillance of the Internet activity and phone records of any person residing in the U.S. is prohibited by law and that violations can be reviewed in adversarial proceedings before a public court;
Create a special committee to investigate, report, and reveal to the public the extent of this domestic spying. This committee should create specific recommendations for legal and regulatory reform to end unconstitutional surveillance;

Hold accountable those public officials who are found to be responsible for this unconstitutional surveillance.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.

Sincerely,


   
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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #142 on: June 12, 2013, 01:55:39 PM »
Does it really matter if everything is known about ourselves ?

Why are some so "Paranoid" about this ?

After all LIFE knows ALL anyway.

You can't HIDE anything !   :)

We only fear that everything is known about us, IF we have something to hide !

If everything is known about ME... then I am seen in TRUTH !

IF NOT then I am misunderstood !

The human species in fact has NO Control over LIFE at all.   :)

It is LIFE which Controls ALL, through its Written Programs,
yet to be understood in its True Context by most on Earth.

Hey Matrix Dude, in the context of what you are talking about OFC it doesn't matter ;)

But in this context, these people like to "Hinder" people like you who speak out!   ;D


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« Reply #143 on: June 12, 2013, 02:21:30 PM »


It's true.  The really amazing thing, is how someone with that level of integrity, ended up with that girlfriend and income in the first place. ;)
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« Reply #144 on: June 12, 2013, 04:39:18 PM »
a}  The legislative branch must be abolished completely.  The people must vote directly on laws themselves, rather than them delegating a geriatric fascist cabal to do so for them.  The only truly democratic means of passing laws is by referendum.  Anything else is psychopathic fraud.  Anyone who responds to this point, by quoting any of the Constitution's authors to the effect that democracy is "mob rule," will be summarily and contemptuously ignored, as a victim of plutocratic mind control.
As far as I know, Switzerland is the only country that has frequent referendums, but even them, I suppose, do not use them for all their legislation.

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« Reply #145 on: June 12, 2013, 05:00:57 PM »

hey  some of you computer folk might even have known him before...


Edward Snowden As A Teen Online
Reuters  |  Posted: 06/12/2013 3:46 pm EDT  |  Updated: 06/12/2013 5:22 pm EDT

By Kristina Cooke and John Shiffman

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON, June 12 (Reuters) - Long before he became known worldwide as the NSA contractor who exposed top-secret U.S. government surveillance programs, Edward Snowden worked for a Japanese anime company run by friends and went by the nicknames "The True HOOHA" and "Phish."

In 2002, he was 18 years old, a high-school dropout and his parents had just divorced. On the tiny anime company's website, he wrote of his skills with video games and popularity with women.

As an adult, the former CIA employee has not left much of a digital trail on the Internet. Snowden, who turns 30 later this month, does not appear to be active on social media sites like Facebook or Twitter - at least not under his own name.

But the website of Ryuhana Press, a now defunct start-up that had sold anime art, offers a glimpse of Snowden as a youth. As its web editor, Snowden's profile page is a mix of truth, sarcasm and silly jokes.

For example, he listed his correct birthday - June 21, 1983 - and noted that it falls on the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. But he also claimed to be 37 years old and to have fathered two preteen children.

"I really am a nice guy," Snowden wrote on his profile page. "You see, I act arrogant and cruel because I was not hugged enough as a child, and because the public education system turned it's (sic) wretched, spiked back on me."

Reuters viewed the website on Tuesday and contacted former company employees for comment. On Wednesday, the website had been taken down.

Snowden wrote that he favored purple sunglasses and praised the Baltimore Orioles baseball team.

"I like my girlish figure that attracts girls," he wrote, "and I like my lamer friends. That's the best biography you'll get out of me, coppers!"

Photographs uploaded by friends for Snowden's 19th birthday show a young man pulling down his pants for his colleagues, putting a clothespin on his chest, and dancing. A blog entry from a company employee teased, "Who is he? What does he do? Does he really love himself as much as his shameless marketing would have you believe?"

Snowden wrote on his profile that he liked online role-playing games (RPG). "I always wanted to write RPG campaigns with my spare time, but I'll get about three missions in and scrap the world for my next, better, powergamin' build."

He joked that he "got bullied" into being an editor on the website by a gaggle of artists and "beautiful nubile young girls."

Snowden said he liked playing the popular fighting video game Tekken. He was so skilled that he attracted a gathering of fans at the 2002 Anime USA convention, wrote a co-worker on another part of the site. "He tends to spontaneously be a ray of sunshine and inspiration. He's a great listener, and he's eager to help people improve themselves."

The co-worker did not reply to inquiries from Reuters on Wednesday. Ryuhana closed in 2004 as the primary proprietors went off to college and opened a new business in California, according to the website. Other contributors to the site could not be reached for comment.

The defunct company listed an address in Fort Meade, Md., next door to the National Security Agency. (Editing by Tiffany Wu and Marilyn W. Thompson)




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Re: they know what you are doing
« Reply #146 on: June 12, 2013, 05:46:47 PM »
I found this Doc a few years ago on the Aussie Gov Website linked to Defense Research, and oddly they haven't taken this one off the web unlike that Lithium Dump into Atmosphere Doc I found when I was more happy yesteryear ;)  ;D

The Use of Systemic-Functional Linguistics in Automated Text Mining.

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Executive Summary



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http://www.dsto.defence.gov.au/publications/scientific_record.php?record=9900
such systems been very dummy dumb, it can be easily misleading & avoided. :)
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« Reply #147 on: June 12, 2013, 08:57:58 PM »
As far as I know, Switzerland is the only country that has frequent referendums, but even them, I suppose, do not use them for all their legislation.

PS: good post, some virtual gold for you. :)

Thank you, Armap. :D
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« Reply #148 on: June 13, 2013, 12:38:05 AM »
We also, have had referendums in NZ...   :)

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« Reply #149 on: June 13, 2013, 01:06:24 AM »
So....

This guy made $200,000  a year for snooping on "We the peeps...
?

Where does I sign up?

 ::)

And now he is a hero for telling people what us poor conspiracy nuts have been saying and showing for over two decades

Life STINKS

LOL

 


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