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CNN Europe – “Disappearing Act”

14 January 2009 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in mind control, surveillance | 7 Comments »

CNN just aired a segment called “Disappearing Act” in connection with the disappearance and subsequent capture of investment advisor Marcus Schrenker, who attempted to fake his death by plane crash in the southeastern US.

Interviewed was Nick Rosen, founder of Off-Grid.Net, talking about, of all things, how to more or less disappear officially while not having to become a Mountain Man (“…or Woman!” “Quiet, Stan!”).

I only caught the last couple minutes of the segment, which seemed to have been a good deal longer.

Captions on the screen at one point, with no apparent connection to what was being discussed, said something to the effect of, “Hushmail can be used to send encrypted email.”

So, how is Hushmail not a honeypot again? It was mentioned on-screen, for free on CNN, it’s gotta be a honeypot, right?

Did anyone DVR this? Giev youtubes, please!

  1. 7 Responses to “CNN Europe – “Disappearing Act””

  2. By Seth on 15 January 2009

    I lost all faith in Hushmail when they rolled over (like a bitch) for the feds, without even putting up a token fight. This all for the CIVILIZATION DESTROYING “CRIME” of selling STEROIDS (OMFG!!) no less.

    http://www.informit.com/blogs/blog.aspx?uk=Hushmail-Rolls-Over-for-Feds

    I was a longtime paid user, prolly since about ’99, but do you think I’m going to renew my “premium” membership after that boolshit?

    FUGGEDABOUDIT!

  3. By DixieFlatline on 15 January 2009

    Try here,

    http://topics.cnn.com/topics/marcus_schrenker

  4. By Mr. Furious on 16 January 2009

    Hushmail? Junk.
    You want to hide your message? Write an encryption utility in VB.NET. Only you and the recipient have the code. To hide your e-mail address, write a Python script that hacks the server.
    It’s all in the books.
    To paraphrase Stormin’ Norman, it doesn’t take a genius. Just patience.

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 16 January 2009

    @Dixie: doesn’t help me find that segment…

  6. By ged on 11 June 2010

    run your own mini server for all things back at home.
    al email you send is encrypted, and the content can be pgp encrypted too for sensitive stuff.
    You can send the public decryption key using snail mail. For example to your accountant

    just an idea

  7. By john on 15 June 2010

    Sheesh.. just use PGP omfg it is simple!

  8. By JR on 17 April 2013

    WILL U PLEASE TAKE DOWN MY AD FOR “NEED A HOME” MATTICE. I HIT THE REPORT BUTTON TRYING TO GET THIS MESSAGE TO U. I AM ATTRACTING THE WRONG PEOPLE. MY EMAIL HAS CHANGED SINCE AND I CAN NOT LOG IN TO DELETE IT. I DO NOT NO ANY OTHER WAY OF GETTING A HOLD OF THE PERSON IN CHARGE.
    THANK YOU VERY MUCH.


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