Beware 95 year old women wearing adult incontinence products. Those things could fill up, explode, and blow up a plane! That’s the apparent view of Homeland Insecurity, which requires the TSA to be groping underneath the diapers of the extremely elderly.
Thousands of small businesses and individuals were slandered by the government when the FreeDNS provider ( part of Afraid.org) which hosted their websites was attacked by the Dept. of homeland security. 84,000 subdomains were taken down, and surfers were pointed to a homeland security page accusing them of receiving or possessing child pornography.
Imagine the effect on a small business if it’s clientele are told that the business website was removed due to involvement in child pornography.
Such damage to the reputation is difficult to repair.
The incompetence of the Dept. of Homeland security needs to be addressed up front by means of a class action lawsuit, for recovery of financial loss resulting from the slanderous action.
If you were presented with one of these homeland security messages while looking up a subdomain on mooo.com, understand that it’s your incompetent government at work, and the website you were searching likely does not belong to a pervert. It’s just your tax dollars at work, in the hands of incompetents, who are not owning up to their mistake.
You see….. Janet Napolitano had a policy promulgated within the Transportation Security Administration which limited Internet Access.
Most interestingly, sites which conveyed “controversial opinions” were to be blocked, among others which might be expected to be blocked at work for productivity’s sake. Acess to gaming sites, and chat rooms was cut off. For your amusement: Porn sites were not included among those blocked at the TSA. Perhaps it is felt that they engendered some form of productivity.
This internet censorship was blared out at the Drudge Report and in innumerable conservative blogs, to the extent that Napolitano rescinded the policy. Read up!