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November 26, 2012, 09:17:19 PM
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On the US government tv c-span channel Washington Journal show, over the past two weeks 19 and 25 november, there have been two different private cyber security industry representatives to talk about the subject. Seems to be related to some kind of legislation in the american government...

The latest guy, on 25 november, mentioned virtual currencies as an area of their interest, and also that they will have to become a part of online criminal networks to find out how they work...  Cool

So, in addition to astroturfers, we naturally have the cyber police here in the forum...  Cheesy

Does anyone who follows American politics in depth know if there is something about Bitcoin and such in this legislation the show mentioned?

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November 27, 2012, 09:13:46 AM
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So, in addition to astroturfers, we naturally have the cyber police here in the forum...  Cheesy

let the accusations begin.  where do we list names that are suspect of being a snitch?
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November 27, 2012, 10:28:11 AM
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So, in addition to astroturfers, we naturally have the cyber police here in the forum...  Cheesy

let the accusations begin.  where do we list names that are suspect of being a snitch?

Snitch? It's a public forum. What is there to snitch on? What we need to be on the look out for is the shills. They're pretty easy to spot, though.

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November 27, 2012, 10:35:42 AM
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The latest guy, on 25 november, mentioned virtual currencies as an area of their interest, and also that they will have to become a part of online criminal networks to find out how they work...  Cool

So, in addition to astroturfers, we naturally have the cyber police here in the forum...  Cheesy

Are you saying the forum is an online criminal network, or...?

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November 27, 2012, 03:51:56 PM
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Are you saying the forum is an online criminal network, or...?
Depending on whether this legislation declares "War on Virtual Currencies" or not, the whole Bitcoin world might become a criminal network.  Cool

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