Friday, October 12, 2007

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL AND THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE

Be worried. Be very worried

2 Comments:

At 2:53 PM, October 12, 2007, Anonymous Sean Heeeger said...

That was interesting yet expected. What are your thoughts on the admissibility of any "evidence" that may be uncovered in those eavesdropped conversations? In addition, I think that this is a good situation where an rsa/pgp phone would come in handy in any detainment facility.

I'm not too sure what the public consensus is regarding the "plain sight" rule when communications travel over the public switched network. Questionably and in my opinion, my VoIP circuit doesn't grant me and privilege since it's transmitted over the public network unencrypted.

That's one of the may reasons why I always take steps to protect my communications and help others to do the same when I feel it really counts.

 
At 5:14 PM, October 13, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

This is an official Basin Plug. You're very good at it.

Continued success.

 

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