After reading the latest news this morning about President George Bush's secret authorization of wiretapping without warrants in the US, I discovered that someone at the US State Department is interested in "Contemporary culture, art and media in Southeast Asia and beyond." My blog statistics show that most visitors spend less than one minute on my site before determining it to be useless information. According to the article in today's New York Times:
"We can't waste resources on targets that simply don't provide valuable information, and when we decide that is the case," the decision on whether a target is "worthwhile" is usually made in days or weeks, he (Gen. Michael V. Hayden, the former N.S.A. director who is now the second-ranking intelligence official in the country) said.
Ha ha. We'll see if seven minutes was enough.
New York Times. Spying Program Snared U.S. Calls
Posted by on December 21, 2005 11:41 AM | Permalink