And Now . . . a few words from the EPA

The EPA = Big Brother

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Just looking for radnet info we got this message from the EPA website:


You are accessing a U.S. Government information system, which includes (1) this computer, (2) this computer network,(3) all computers connected to this network, and (4) all devices and storage media attached to this network or to a computer on this network. This information system is provided for U.S. Government-authorized use only. Unauthorized or improper use of this system may result in disciplinary action, as well as civil and criminal penalties. By using this information system you understand and consent to the following: You have no reasonable expectation of privacyregarding any communications or data transiting or stored on this information system. At any time, the government may for any lawful government purpose monitor, intercept, search and seize any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system. Any communications or data transiting or…

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4 thoughts on “And Now . . . a few words from the EPA

  1. How exactly does MY computer become part of their information system just because I visit their site? And how does that give them the right to access MY computer from that point forward anytime and in any way they choose? Does this apply to all government websites now? I find this very disturbing.

    • This has been happening for some time. I was curious about Fort Grayling, in Michigan which is a station for the National Guard and is near to Hartwick Pines, a stand of trees that missed the lumbering industry. No, No, No you are facing a dangerous situation if you proceed on this site. A section of the Trans Pacific Partnership deals with our rights to access the Internet, of course, not even the members of Congress have been allowed to read the complete TPP document.

      • peacelily, what happened to you attempting to find out about Fort Grayling, which used to be called Camp Grayling. I know Hartwick Pines. It was a CCC camp during the Depression years. It’s beautiful!

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