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US Senate Flips Dome
Is 'freedom borscht' the next?
EVERYWHERE (Rixstep) — Those amis are losing their ish again. As discovered by WikiLeaks earlier today, someone accessing the InterWebs from within the US Senate IP range attempted to vandalise the Wikipedia page on Edward Snowden.
One word was changed.
Of course the page change didn't go online, as the page is protected, but still and all: the idiocy of the clueless generation in not knowing their IPs would be recorded. A 'defining moment'.
Of course the IP - 126.96.36.199 - leads right into the inner sanctums of the US government, right to the US Senate where constitutional lawyer Barack Hussein Obama used to reign supreme.
NetRange: 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
NetType: Direct Assignment
OrgName: United States Senate
Address: 2 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE, N.E. 6TH FLOOR
City: WASHINGTON DC
OrgTechName: NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTER
OrgAbuseName: NETWORK OPERATIONS CENTER
Talk about stupid.
Stupidity should be painful.
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