The DoJ is using a boring procedure to secure the right to unleash malware on the internet


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/09/14/the-doj-is-using-a-boring-proc.html


#2

I don’t imagine that the average person is going to find this a compelling reason not to black-bag them.


#3

The DoJ is using a boring procedure

Write to congress, demand more exciting procedures.

Bring changes to Rule 34. Aye, that’ll do it.


#4

Don’t changes to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure have to be approved by Congress, anyway?


#5

The DoJ is using this one boring procedure to burn extra brain cells, privacy advocates hate them!


#6

Noooo! My preciousssss!


#7

I came here to make a Rule 34 joke. I’m glad to see I’m not the only one.

My suggestion was to redesign the hero image on this post. Maybe replace the spider with an octopus.


#8

Didn’t they just get hacked and now their hacking tools up for grabs by the Equation Group.

Frightening at least and could become a twelve change of underpants scenario.


#9

Is there an accessible version of the petition site? Without the animation?

Is there an accessible version of this site? Without the animation? Of course I block gifs, but I would still suggest that people stop using the accursed painweapons. I’ve got a migraine right now, and the sliding animation from trying to post does. not. help.


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