The git repo I am dumping the National Security Letters from article is git.stealthdrop.cloud/c1t1z3n0

I think I want to build site that lets people type in a company name and see if that company has been served a NSL.

Also can I say the way the NYT posted the documents does not make it easy for people to search through. Not cool NYT.

Companies are on the list multiple times if they were served multiple times. This is not even half of the list. I am working (alone) to create this list. If you would like to assist I can put it in a repo and others can pitch in. It is important that people know the extent of mass surveillance.

August 05, 2017
AT&T
Equifax
Experian
Metro PCS / T-Mobile USA, Inc.
TransUnion
T-Mobile USA
Capital One Bank
Credit First, N.A.
DFCU Financial
Huntington National Bank
August 20, 2017
Comcast Communications
Sprint Federal Operations
Verizon Wireless
August 22, 2017
Cox Communications

Feburary 24, 2017
Apple
Feburary 25, 2017
Spirit Telecom
April 13, 2017
Experian
T-Mobile
Local Access, LLC
April 25, 2017
AT&T
May 9, 2017
Facebook
Google
June 16, 2017
AT&T
July 12, 2017
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
MoneyGram
Paypal
July 13, 2017
Facebook
July 20, 2017
Chase Bank/JP Morgan Chase Bank/JP Morgan Securities
Western Union
July 27, 2017
TracFone Wireless, Inc.
Twitter
WhatsApp

August 18, 2016
Well Fargo Bank NA
August 23, 2016
T-Mobile
September 27, 2016
Level 3 Communications (Data Center)
November 7,2016
Google
Microsoft
Regions Bank
E-Trade
Yahoo
Suntrust Bank
Fidelity Investments
Barclays Bank Delaware
American Express
World Omni Financial Corporation
Flagstar Bank
Discover Financial Services
Comenity Bank
Citibank, N.A
November 14, 2016
Symantec Corporation
February 6, 2017
VW Credit, Inc.
February 15, 2017
Comcast Communications

So if anyone is interested my next few tweet will be a list of companies that were served FBI Gag Letters as a part of mass surviellance

Set to be signed next month:
Social media platforms based in the U.S. including Facebook and WhatsApp will be forced to share users’ encrypted messages with British police under a new treaty between the two countries.

If they are willing to fine a grade school for noncompliance, they will definitely fine open source projects. FOSS developers should get to know their obligations. Especially if they host a public version.

That being said i am willing to assist projects on their compliance roadmap.

I am not just saying this because I working in privacy compliance, but i am worried at the lack of privacy regulation compliance by many open source and FOSS project websites and the applications. Do we understand that FOSS is not exempt?

Its beautiful when you finally get full speeds on your internet. Ive been testing with multiple devices and finally the download speeds are there.

does anyone need a ram upgrade for a laptop that takes DDR4 2400 sticks? just upgraded all my machines and have 4 and 8 gb sticks left over.

Ok its official putting up a synapse matrix server with a riot installation is the coolest thing I've done all week.

Okay fine no takers on helping me understand what I just installed lol. Well I'll just dedicate the rest of the week to learning. The smsbridge looks pretty interesting.

The biggest problem with having your own servers is that you are always trying to see how easy new systems are to self host. So you end up with a lot of random open source or free tools that no one uses lol.

All services on MalcolmX are back up. Added 6 times the ram to the machine.

Is there anyone that can appreciate how hot it is in a server room lol. That was almost the hottest 30 mins of my life and its temperature controlled.

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