#AceNewsReport – 07/03/17: 14:27: #WikiLeaks Alleges US Consulate in German City of Frankfurt Serves as Secret CIA Hacker Base, Citing Agency’s Classified Documents – #AceNewsDesk reports latest update with passphrase as promised courtesy of #WikiLeaks and their eagle eyed followers. Also interesting opinion on Vault 7 by #WikiLeaks .. More soon ..
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I have my own theory regarding the contents of Vault 7 and why 1979 is seen as Year Zero.
In 1979 the first commercial RDMS (database) was released, Oracle 2. It’s my belief that this is what is meant by Year Zero, the dawn of the era of mass surveillance, made possible for the first time by new commercially available technology that would provide the ability to start doing so.
And then there’s this:
The CIA was the customer that launched Oracle, co-founder Larry Ellison said on stage Sunday night during the opening keynote for the company’s massive customer conference in San Francisco.
“Our very first customer was the Central Intelligence Agency,” he said.
He and his co-founders sort of tricked the world into buying their first database, by not naming it version 1.0 as was the norm back in the day.
“The very first version was Oracle version 2. We knew no one would want to buy version 1. Low and behold the CIA was our first customer.”
And then there’s statements like this from Oracle CEO Larry Ellison:
If there was one topic about which Ellison was unflinchingly enthusiastic, however, it was NSA surveillance, some details of which were revealed by former intelligence analyst Edward Snowden, now a fugitive enjoying asylum in Russia.
“It’s great,” Ellison said of the domestic spying. “It’s great, it’s essential. President Obama thinks it’s essential. It’s essential if we want to minimize the kind of strikes that we just had in Boston. It’s absolutely essential.”
At this point, we would be remiss not to point out that the US government is a key market for Oracle. The NSA is a customer, and Oracle itself takes its name from a CIA project Ellison and cofounders Bob Miner and Ed Oates worked on at Ampex in the 1970s.
If some people don’t like what NSA is doing, Ellison argued, the trick is to vote the spying programs away. “The great thing is that we live in a democracy. If we don’t like what NSA is doing, we can just get rid of the government and put in a different government,” he said.
Pressed to say where he would draw the line on domestic surveillance, he ventured that it would be wrong if the data were used for political ends – “In other words, if we stopped looking for terrorists and started for looking for people on the other side of the aisle.”
But even if we dismantled the NSA, Ellison warned, that wouldn’t mean nobody would be collecting the kinds of data the NSA gathers. American Express, Visa, and other financial services companies have all been building detailed profiles on their customers since long before the issue of government surveillance ever came up, he said – so why shouldn’t the government have the same tools?
“This whole issue of privacy is utterly fascinating to me,” Ellison said. “Who’s ever heard of this information being misused by the government? In what way?”
It’s my belief that Year Zero refers to the beginning of the era of mass surveillance, starting with Oracle’s first customer, the CIA. It’s also my belief that Vault 7 will contain more details of the United States Government’s mass domestic surveillance program (which has been the subject of previous WikiLeaks releases) and will possibly contain some recent evidence of how the system has been used (most probably it’s political use with Trump as a target).
Press Release: Today 7th March 2017 – Vault 7 is Released Full Details and links to documents PassPhrase is above to download documents
And here : SplinterItIntoAThousandPiecesAndScatterItIntoTheWinds
// ‘ Ace Press Releases & Live Reports Today, Tuesday 7 March 2017, WikiLeaks begins its new series of leaks on the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Code-named “Vault 7” by WikiLeaks, it is the largest ever publication of confidential documents on the agency. The first full part of the series, “Year Zero”, comprises 8,761 documents and files from an isolated, high-security network situated […] Link
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