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Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

They've been all over the videocop-related stories. I hoped they have enjoyed themselves. I'm publishing their complete internet dossier for all to see who is monitoring US when we excercise our rights as citizens and human beings.

CustName: State of California Military Department
Address: 9800 Goethe Road
City: Sacramento
StateProv: CA
PostalCode: 95826
Country: US
RegDate: 2001-08-21
Updated: 2001-08-21

NetRange: -
NetName: SBCIS-101821-114555
NetHandle: NET-66-121-73-128-1
Parent: NET-66-120-0-0-1
NetType: Reassigned
RegDate: 2001-08-21
Updated: 2001-08-21

TechHandle: PIA2-ORG-ARIN
TechName: IPAdmin-PBI
TechPhone: +1-800-648-1626
TechEmail: pbiip (at)

OrgAbuseHandle: ABUSE6-ARIN
OrgAbuseName: Abuse - Southwestern Bell Internet
OrgAbusePhone: +1-800-648-1626
OrgAbuseEmail: abuse (at)

OrgNOCName: Support - Southwestern Bell Internet Services
OrgNOCPhone: +1-800-648-1626
OrgNOCEmail: support (at)

OrgTechHandle: IPADM2-ARIN
OrgTechName: IPAdmin-SBIS
OrgTechPhone: +1-800-648-1626
OrgTechEmail: IPAdmin-SBIS (at)

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Re: Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

what is the California military department? I say we should order them to do an intervention in Nevada and seize their water, and institute California style democracy in Las Vegas.

Re: Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

Is this about a visitor to your dogspot site or santa cruz indymedia?

visited indymedia...

I checked my referring sites -
they read the story about san diego state
same IP address also accessed the older vcop story on DOGSPOT.
they are the same people who are being sued for stalking the raging grannies - "a terrorist investigation"

if they go too far we can report them to their service provider :)

I block most mil/gov sites beause many of them are in the business of harassment - as is chiquita bananas - no surprise - CIA was originally run by 2 of it's executives for its interests.

Let it all be know.We can, and probably do need to monitor them at least as well as they do us.

Re: Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

Just a FYI - Santa Cruz Indymedia does not record the IPs of its users, so there is no way of knowing who visits this site.

Re: Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

When you publish anything on a Web site, it's like putting it on a billboard- an open invitation to anyone at all to read it.

You're geting upset because someone you don't like read something which you put on public display?

How astonishingly logical.

Response to above comments

I keep IP addresses long enough to see who visits my site. Individuals who visit my site visit through an ISP. When someone attempts to hack my site, I attempt to have them shut down by their ISP. There are plenty of fascist heroes out there who thing it's their duty to shut down site like this. Some sites have limited bandwidth because of their limited budget, like mine.

I can't afford the extra bandwidth for repeated downloads from 5 different agencies at quantico: each claiming to be an "official liason with the FBI".

I am glad to get visits from government sites: some of these are from government workers who... well, your tax dollars at work!

On the other hand, some of this visits smell like the fascist boot of a governemnt that uses the web to track people who use it.

I know this for a fact, and plan to publish more on the mechanisms of its use by those whose motives have nothing to do with freedom of the press... or freedom of any sort, for that matter.

Finally, I think it's a good idea and about time for somemone to get curious about "the Military Department of California" before it is too late.

btw - I don't *keep* IP addresses - I log them, read them and then dispose of them just in case if any of our .gov and .mil visitors might wrongly consider me a source of info for one of their PERsecutions.


David Roknich,

Re: Military Department of California Has Visited This Site

I occasionally visit indymedias through my gov't job in the national resources area- except I know they record our web visits so I try to avoid checking the news too much. I wonder if the California Antiterrorism task force which has been known to cite San Francisco indymedia postings in its memos to police warning them of trouble- for instance when the pacifists went to protest at the Oakland docks at 5am two years ago, and the police all came off their buses and vans already wearing facemasks and started firing wooden dowels at them.


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