Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Hi-Tech suppression: part two

This blogger reported about the government's plan of hi-tech suppression and the formation of a group of defense engineers and spies trained in Israel to conduct the warfare. Another group is also created under the Information Security Project. The project is headed by:
Tesfaye Birru; Former GM of the Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation
Colonel Teklebirhan Woldearegay
Ato Abiy Mohammed
The project has hired three additional software IT experts. Among the tasks of this project is monitoring e-mail exchanges, it was learnt.


Anonymous said...

please check your email...

Anonymous said...

We just have to go after the
shisters and the yellow menace
who are sleeping with these nazis!

Anonymous said...

Are they hiring? May be I could help them learn a little bit about Ethiopian constitution

Lesson No 1.
Here is Article 26 of the constitution
Right to Privacy

1. Everyone shall have the right to his privacy and physical integrity. This right shall include protection from searches of his person, his home, his property and protection from seizure of property under his possession.

2. Private postal correspondence as well as other communications through the telephone, telecommunications and other electronic devices shall be inviolable.

Lesson NO 2
Article 29 Right to Hold Opinions, Thoughts and Free Expressions

1. Everyone shall have the right to hold opinions without any interference.
2. Everyone shall have the right to freedom of expression without interference. This right shall include freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of all kinds, regardless of frontiers, either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art, or through other media of his choice.

3. Freedom of the press and mass media as well as freedom of artistic creation is guaranteed. Press freedom shall, in particular, include the rights enumerated hereunder: a) that censorship in any form is prohibited. b) the opportunity to have access to information of interest to the public.

Anonymous said...

Man, where is the commission's report?! We'r dying of waiting here! :)

Thanx by the way.

Also, long time promised to post an investigative report by a friend regarding somethings that happened in Weliso or Welqitte and I haven't seen it. What happened?

Thanx again.

Anonymous said...

Oh! Oh! Evil Woyanies and Ketregnoch!

Please don't squandor our meager resources and leave our emails alone!

You know that we don't exchange our bad thoughts and feelings about you through email. We will write them on websites and blogs like these. And when that feeling really gets too strong, we will tell you face to face in demonstartions and vigils, just like we told Addisu Legesse.

Thanks for the update EZ..

Anonymous said...

Can Ethio-Americans set them up and take legal action in an international setting? That could be free money!

Anonymous said...

It would be interesting to find out if it is internationally legal to monitor e-mail communications.

Anonymous said...

To anonymous above:

I don't think Woyanies are going to loose their sleep over a simple matter like the legality of their actions and deeds. They never had and I am afraid they never will either.

Anonymous said...

CyberEthiopia has published an article on "Internet Repression in Ethiopia". They say that "The regime is devoting increasing resources and attention to controlling access to information via the internet and is implementing surveillance technologies. Following the footsteps of the Tunisian regime, Ethiopia has pioneered Internet Censorship in Africa."

God know where our country is heading!

Anonymous said...

why on earth you address an ethiopian person as 'ato' what is this nonsens word attached.Drop it off. Call Tadese as Tadese not more not less. Bye.