Network wide policy privacy change




UPDATE : Yes, this was an April Fools Joke.  Some of you fell for it, some didn’t.  There’s still time to complete the quiz and get an April Fool cloak, if you can figure out where to go…

13 thoughts on “Network wide policy privacy change

  1. Government Entities Include Google!


  2. April’s fool, not very funny. Cannot find out what the base64 at the end means:


  3. From Toby’s link:

    the NSA has established listening posts throughout the nation to collect and sift through billions of email messages and phone calls

    I am shocked and dismayed that the NSA did not see fit to include IRC in their data collection. Here at freenode, we are eager to cooperate with anti-terrorism efforts, and suggest that you lobby your government agencies, politicians, and local hot-dog stands for a remedy to this oversight.

  4. The text at the end is ROT13-encrypted BASE64-encoded text.


    Decrypted ROT13:


    BASE64 decoded:

    This channel might be ##start

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