剧本对白阅读-第四公民Citizenfour

第四公民Citizenfour
In January 2013, Laura Poitras, an American documentary film director/producer who had been working for several years on a film about monitoring programs in the United States that were the result of the September 11 attacks, receives an encrypted e-mail from a stranger who calls himself, “Citizenfour.” In it, he offers her inside information about illegal wiretapping practices of the US National Security Agency (NSA) and other intelligence agencies. 更多介绍…

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1、”Laura, at this stage,
2、I can offer nothing more than my word.
3、I am a senior government employee in the intelligence community.
4、I hope you understand that contacting you is extremely high risk
5、and you are willing to agree to the following precautions
6、before I share more.
7、This will not be a waste of your time.
8、The following sounds complex
9、but should only take minutes to complete for someone technical.
10、I would like to confirm out of email
11、that the keys we exchanged were not intercepted
12、and replaced by your surveillance.
13、Please confirm that no one has ever had a copy of your private key
14、and that it uses a strong passphrase.
15、Assume your adversary is capable of one trillion guesses per second.
16、If the device you store the private key
17、and enter your passphrase on has been hacked,
18、it is trivial to decrypt our communications.
19、Understand that the above steps are not bulletproof
20、and are intended only to give us breathing room.
21、In the end, if you publish the source material,
22、I will likely be immediately implicated.
23、This must not deter you from releasing the information I will provide.
24、Thank you, and be careful.
25、Citizenfour. ”
26、Bottom line is… surveillance means
27、that there are facts that we no longer abide to.
28、If you take away the surveillance,
29、there are no facts that the government can manufacture.
30、Ah, that’s right, and this is all about creating an independent record.
31、To me, this goes to the question
32、of independently verifying what the government is doing.
33、That’s why I keep going back to that question.
34、More with David Sirota after CBS news,
35、traffic, and weather on KKZN Denver/Boulder, AM 7…
36、Hey, can you hear me?
37、I am here, David, how are you?
38、Well I would just point… start by pointing to
39、what Barack Obama himself said about those questions
40、when he was running for the office that he now occupies.
41、In December of 2007, he said, quote,
42、”The president does not have the power under the Constitution
43、to unilaterally authorize a military attack
44、in a situation that does not involve stopping
45、an actual or imminent threat to the nation. ”
46、So by Obama’s own words, the president does not have the power
47、that he is now exercising under the Constitution.
48、And as far as why it matters, in… on August 1, 2007,
49、when he laid out his reasons why he was running for office
50、and why he thought it was so important to change the way we were doing things,
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