Sunday, July 4, 2010
NAAS U.S. Postal Service Bulletin; Proxy Servers
NAAS Postal Service Bulletin
Pursuant to NAAS EAS/N2 Rules, this bulletin pertains to the use of proxy servers by the United States Postal Inspection Service through a hub originating from the Department of Veteran Affairs.
It is a violation of the NAAS Legal Disclaimer to use proxy devices or other means to shield or conceal the identity of the user while accessing the NAAS.ORG channel, or related NAAS websites.
We are well aware that representatives of the United States Postal Service, and other agencies have taken an interest in the free-speech articles appearing in NAAS Media Reports, and other channels that promote Free Speech. We are also aware of the connection of certain persons and agencies with corrupt organizations like Cyveillance Incorporated, Inc. who secretly monitor, wiretap, and index web pages on behalf of U.S. government agences controlled or directed by persons with ties or interests to Russians. Thus, the recent spying ring; this was predicted months ago by this Publisher.
For the record:
1. NAAS EAS/N2 Rules prohibit the use of proxy servers to access the NAAS channels;
2. Please review again the same disclaimer you have repeatedly accessed, namely Section VI of the NAAS Legal Disclaimer as relates to the Disbursement of Awards;
3. We are aware of your interests in and associations with persons also featured in NAAS Media Reports, and that you have accessed the same.
4. We are aware that Cyviellance has used a variety of equipment and software to corrupt machines and cellular devices of Americans, as well as persons believed to be related to NAAS Agents; such equipment has been replaced or destroyed pursuant to NAAS EAS/N2 Rules to prevent access to confidential media sources, and tradesecrets protected by U.S. federal laws.;
5. NAAS EAS/N2 Rule 604-c, provides, in part: "The entity NAAS-USA Fund does not assume, accept, or claim responsibility for any act(s) of errors, omissions, mistakes, negligence, committed or engaged in by the United States Postal Service, including any and all computer programmers, advertisers, and webmasters, information technology analysts, and others, employed by or associated therewith. Nor does NAAS-USA Fund assume, accept, or claim responsibility for any ancillary or tangential affects associated with any act(s) of errors, omissions, mistakes, committed or engaged in by the United States Postal Service, etc, et al. It is the legal responsibility of the webmaster or agents of USPS, not NAAS-USA Fund, to competently and clearly notify each and every person and business affected by and/or who relied upon, or who continues to rely upon such errors, omissions, mistakes, or confusing, and contradictory statements."
It is recommended that your agency investigate the practices and conduct of the Idaho State Department of Education and Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, Inc., or make clear that said agencies or persons are exempt from U.S. federal laws by publicly proclaiming the exemption on the official website of the United States Postal Service.