Re: Secrecy foe scrubs data on Interne

From: Robert Coyote (coyyote@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Oct 12 2001 - 11:42:32 MDT


<wry>
<smirk>
Yes lets "DIFF" the net every 24 hours and log changes!
</smirk>
<comment>
heh
</comment>
</wry>

From: "KPJ" <kpj@sics.se>
> Get all cached FAS pages.
> Remove all still online at FAS.
> Then you know which ones are offline now.

Good idea. Let us know what you come up with. <smirk>
Next, do the same for US government departments and agencies.

      << U.S. government departments and agencies, meanwhile, have stripped
a
wide range of documents from Web sites because of perceived threats to such
critical systems as pipelines, water supply stations and power plants.>>

Do the same for the Bureau of Transportation and Geographic Information
Services.

<<The Transportation Departmentís Bureau of Transportation Statistics has
cut
off public access to databases used for mapping because of stepped-up
concern
about U.S. transportation infrastructure.
        ďAt this time, we are only providing geospatial data to federal,
state,
and local government officials,Ē said a notice on the bureauís Web site,
www.bts.gov/gis/. >>

Hurry! Google may purge their cache next.

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