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Monday, June 7, 2010

NAAS Media Notice on Cyveillance, Inc.

NEW NAAS EAS/N2 Rule

Designed to provide ammunition against suspicious companies like Cyveillance, Inc. According to NAAS DEIA Agents, Cyveillance, Inc. has systematically attempted to thwart NAAS SPAM efforts and has attempted to crawl, and index NAAS.ORG web pages without authorization.

Cyveillance, Inc. claims "The majority of the Fortune 50, including leading security and services providers, such as AOL and Microsoft, rely on Cyveillance to protect their organizations and customers from online threats." If this true, these U.S. companies have adopted inferior standards, that have failed.

It is no secret who the real customers of Cyveillance, Inc. are and their interests in chilling free-speech. A new NAAS EAS/N2 Rules modeled after U.S.C. 47, 223, has been adopted to charge the executives of Cyveillance, Inc. with a crime for illegitimately accessing NAAS servers for no meaningful purpose other than to serve the interests of third parties not in partnership or affiliated with the NAAS brand; such conduct is now illegal per NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.

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