Big Brother’s Cell Phone “Kill Switch”

After roundly criticizing other governments for using technology to disable cell phone usage at certain times and in certain areas in order to limit and control public demonstrations, governments from San Francisco to London are warming to the practice themselves. 

During mass protests earlier this year against the dictatorial regimes of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt and Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, those government took actions to stop the flow of information over the Internet and social websites.  The United States was among the first and most vocal critics o such moves. 

Unfortunately, the temptation to use such a tool in the democratized world to control the populace is proving too strong to ignore, despite impediments to such practices in our Constitution. 

In Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron recently threatened to block access to social networking sites – including Facebook and Twitter – and Blackberry Messenger that were being used to organize riots. 

This Orwellian tactic is now being employed in the United States. Earlier this month, for example, officials from the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system in San Francisco disabled cell phone service for an entire area to prevent a planned protest at one of its stations.  According to statements they made to the media in the aftermath of this episode, BART officials took such action simply because the transit agency “feared” there might be violence at the planned demonstration.  The government apparently did not even seriously consider the need to present its case to a court before instituting such drastic action. 

Actions such as these raise the the specter of even more far-reaching capabilities in the hands of government agencies to limit the ability of citizens to communicate.  

For example, the CIA already has access to an “independent” company, In-Q-Tel, which serves as a bridge between the government and dozens of technology and communications-related companies through investments and partnerships. A sister agency, the National Security Agency has collected phone call records for millions of Americans – amassing the “largest database ever assembled in the world,” according to USA Today

Even more broadly, legislation has been introduced in past sessions of Congress that would give a president an Internet “kill switch,” to be activated in the event of a perceived cybersecurity threat. Supporters of the proposal, including Sen. Joseph Lieberman, argue that because other countries such as China have such capability to control their citizenry, so must the United States.  

In fact, according to some interpretations of current law, the president already has the power to take such action. Jon Orlin wrote earlier this year at TechCrunch.com, that Section 706 of the Communications Act of 1934, which created the FCC, “gives the president authority, in a state or threat of war, to ‘cause the closing of any facility or station for wire communication’ with no advance warning.” 

A broad reading of legal authorities such as Orlin’s, fits perfectly with the post-911 mind set in Washington that a president’s “responsibility” to protect national security is virtually limitless; and trumps even express legal prohibitions.  As Orlin also notes, the Department of Homeland Security already has cited the 1934 Act as one of the powers “the president would rely on if the nation was under a cyberattack.” 

Whether the perceived “threat” is as broad as a cyberattack, or as narrow as a political demonstration or a rally against police brutality, placing in the hands of government bureaucrats the absolute power to summarily disable the ability of citizens to communicate, is a frightening notion.  It also is one clearly at odds with the language and the intent of the Constitution our forebears crafted to prevent just such actions.

by Bob Barr, The Barr Code

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Joel Edge

August 22nd, 2011
6:10 am

“limit the ability of citizens to communicate.”
I hate the idea of the government limiting options. Unfortunately, as we’ve seen with the flash mob situation, some people don’t the best interests of society at heart.

DeborahinAthens

August 22nd, 2011
6:45 am

Joel, your thinking is what has brought us the USAA Patriot Act, a gross assault on the Constitution. When this country became a confederation of wimps and dunces, we ceased to be free. The comments by these wimps and dunces when polled about the infringement of their civil rights??? “…I don’ t like it, but if this is what it takes to be safe…”. The sad, sad irony is when the government applauds our brave men and women who are dying in two stupid, useless wars for dying for “our
freedom”. What a joke.

Joel Edge

August 22nd, 2011
7:34 am

All rights are associated with responsibility. I hate the fact that people can’t seem to act responsibly. But there it is. You might as well argue that having a police force infringes on your rights.
Insulting someone does not make your position any more valid, BTW.

Eric

August 22nd, 2011
7:44 am

Joel and Deborah, both you make valid points for both stances. I can see how innocent people can be harmed in either case: the first due to possible violence, the other being unable to use their phone during an emergency, such as a 911 call for help or to reach one’s. Also, Deborah, very insightful about the irony of our “wars” for freedom, which can be suddenly usurped as mentioned. Tough call either way: the balance between freedom and safety of the citizenry.

Joel Edge

August 22nd, 2011
7:56 am

I don’t see a lot of “irony’ in the “wars for freedom”. You can lead a horse to water, etc..
Unfortunately I see a lot of horses in this country who already have the water and are pi*&ing in it. Maybe some of the “wars for freedom’ will actually produce a country that values freedom. Of course, I’m not holding my breath on that score.

Cammi317

August 22nd, 2011
8:38 am

Whatever happened to Freedom of Speech or Right to Assemble? Not to mention as previously enumerated a 911 emergency wherein someone can’t use their cellphones. These days most govermental agencies use social media to and cellphones to gather information or to get information out. I imagine that they are aware of these planned gatherings early on because of these resources. Unfortunately, because of overzealous or intentionally trouble making people, sometimes these gatherings end badly. However, that does not mean that citizens rights should be taken away and we should be forced to live under some sort of totalitarian/ dictorialship regime. How can you justify we are blocking the right of 10,000 people who live in a certain area to communicate because of 500 people gathering down the street? Exactly which section of the Constitution allows the government to revoke the rights of citizens at will?

Who needs the constitution

August 22nd, 2011
8:45 am

Who needs the Constitution, the police will protect our rights. Won’t they?

caslosgvv

August 22nd, 2011
8:50 am

We all should have the right to start driving cars at age 15. Unfortunately, there are those who will not get proper instruction before driving and will maim or kill themselves and others, therefore making it necessary for all of us to have to get licencesd. We should all be able to go to the drug store and get any drugs we want. Unfortunately, there are those who would abuse this right and get themselves addicted or killed. Get the picture?

the guy

August 22nd, 2011
8:52 am

This is yet another freedom that people seem overly eager to turn over to government to administrate. Unfortunately, the growing trend of flash mobs is an unanticipated consequence of greater access to mass communication, but rather than strip the freedoms of law-abiding citizens, we simply need to meet their violence with greater violence. If a flash mob assembles to cause chaos and commit crimes, then the intended targets of those crimes should be given carte blanche to defend themselves through any means necessary, and yes I do mean shooting teenagers looting twinkies from 7-11’s. It’s time that the law-abiding element send a message to criminal mischief makers.

Miriam

August 22nd, 2011
9:01 am

Carlosgvv…”Get the picture?”

Uh…no. What does getting a drivers license have to do with potential abusive government control of a communication medium?

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Don't Tread on Me

August 22nd, 2011
9:05 am

When they kick down your front door
How you gonna come?
With your hands on your head?
Or on the triggers of your guns?

The Clash, Guns of Brixton

roughrider

August 22nd, 2011
9:05 am

Just another example of ” Big Brother ” having too much power. Never in history has government had power that it did not use.

caslosgvv

August 22nd, 2011
9:11 am

Miriam

Sometimes I forget that my posts go over the heads of some of you who blog here. Sometimes the Government has to be in charge of certain things that can hurt us because some people abuse their freedom of use.

Eric S

August 22nd, 2011
9:16 am

Of course some people don’t have the best interests of society at heart. But, who decides what the best interests of society are, Joel? You? Me? The Franklin quote is cliche’ but the truth of it remains: “Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

You can say “some people don’t [have] the best interests of society at heart.” and you may be correct, but when the interests of society seem contradictory to what you think they are, will you appreciate being silenced? Another cliche’ quote (wrongly attributed to Voltaire) “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”.

Shaye

August 22nd, 2011
9:17 am

No, “some people don’t the best interests of society at heart”–and the most dangerous ones are hardly these little flash-mob hoodlums. It’s those who would create a police state by playing on the fears of citizens who apparently would rather be scared than actually educate themselves.
Absolute safety is impossible to guarantee. How many rights and freedoms are people willing to give up before they undrstand that?

Obama = Mistake

August 22nd, 2011
9:22 am

So far, Ron Paul is the ONLY Republican Presidential Candidate who is telling me what I want to hear about getting the federal government the [Heck] out of our personal lives.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
9:26 am

Yesterday, I talked to integrationist African Americans on a public access TV program titled Hear O Israel, hosted by Gideon Ben Israel. The focus of my comment centered on how Dr. Claude Anderson’s talk concerning self determination and community reliance for African Americans has come 45 years too late.

Everyone should know that prior to the federal government and their devilish black minions forcing integration on the masses of African Americans, self determination would have been a timely message because black people had genuine love for one another and their black minds were stayed on freedom i.e. God Almighty, self and community reliance.

But today, Anderson’s message of self and community reliance doesn’t resonate with African Americans because they have deliberately dumbed down integrated minds. And the minds of their leaders are stayed on exploiting black people for money, fame, status, plush jobs, and materialism etc.

As a result, African Americans have been deprived of the ability to understand the qualitative difference and advantage of the genuine black freedom and love of before integration as opposed to the disadvantage of the phony black freedom and love after integration.

My comment is not exclusive to African Americans. The New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions have used the MK Ultra mind control, dumbing down scheme, under the guise of freedom, liberty, justice, progress, intelligence, and love against the masses of people throughout the world. But for the past 45 years or so, white Americans have been target Numero Uno because they were armed with a Constitution that enabled them to identify and prosecute devilish treacherous subversives.

The Barr Code’s article warning Americans about the Orwellian tactic being employed in the United States might be 45 years too late. Prior to the government forcing integration on the masses of Americans, his article would have been timely because, for the most part, white Americans had a genuine love for one another and their white minds were stayed on liberty.

But unfortunately, many white Americans have been thoroughly confused by perverted integrationist social programming. It might have deprived too many of the ability to understand and respond en masse to the Orwellian tactics imposed on citizens by the federal government. It might have deprived too many of the knowledge that God Almighty has ordained them to impose the Constitution of the United States on the federal government etc.

Amen?

Len Karpinski

August 22nd, 2011
9:31 am

Time to pull our old CB radios out of the closet, eh?

Alex

August 22nd, 2011
9:32 am

Oh Lordy, here we go… We have too many weinies in this country, so the government has been allowed to take all the power it needs to justify doing whatever it wants.

Miriam

August 22nd, 2011
9:41 am

Believe me Carlos, your comments didn’t go over anyones heads and by no way rise to genius. Too bad you can’t make an approriate analogy about the specific topic and you can’t distinguish between rights and laws.

Hal 9000

August 22nd, 2011
10:07 am

phones are taking over peoples lives. remember ‘Space Odyssey 2001′?, that was no joke. folk can’t drive, focus, concentrate, communicate, sleep… close to 500,000 apps. depending on devices to do everything. we’re disconnected from reality. nothing but distractions. we wonder why we can’t solve any issues while depending on everything but God.

wait till they ‘close the potbay doors’, it’s gonna happen. we’ll be locked out from everything we’re depending on, then we’ll know what’s really important but it’ll be too late. ‘The Book of Eli’ that was no joke either

farm boy

August 22nd, 2011
10:21 am

Where’s the Angry Birds when you need them? The Angry Birds can fix this government tyranny in short order.

The Angry Birds are angry for you and for me. Viva la Angry Birds.

nationgoneastray

August 22nd, 2011
10:36 am

A quote from when our leaders had both wisdom and good intentions….”anyone that would trade liberty for safety deserves neither …” our society continues to make this trade. Wake up people!

Randy Pan

August 22nd, 2011
10:49 am

Carlos the more I read your posts every week the more I am convinced you are a govenment paid troll attempting to convince everyone that the US Government has the right answer for everything. That was possibly the worst analogy I have ever seen.

GEORGIA GOP REDNECKS LIKES A POLICESTATE

August 22nd, 2011
10:54 am

ONCE AGAIN YOU REDNECK HICKS ARE BEGGING FOR THE MARK OF THE BEAST(COMPUTER CHIP)!
YOU HICKS LOVE THIS NEW POLICESTATE,THAT WAS CREATED BY SATAN AND THE GOP!

Sam

August 22nd, 2011
10:58 am

HAHAHAHAHA. way to go Miriam. This Carlos thing thinks its got it all figured when in reality, it’s a simple-minded moron. But at least it’s trying. So Carlos, read some history. Starting with How Capitalism Saved America by our favorite author Thomas DiLorenzo.

GEORGIA GOP REDNECKS LIKES A POLICESTATE

August 22nd, 2011
10:59 am

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caslosgvv

August 22nd, 2011
11:17 am

Miriam, Randy Pan, Sam

You are all way in over your heads here. May I suggest you leave here and watch Soap Operas and scam TV commercials instead. These are much more within the range of your obviously limited intellects and education. And Rancid, uh, I mean Randy, you would not know a good analogy if it came up and bit you.

MasterOfNone

August 22nd, 2011
11:20 am

Whether the perceived “threat” is as broad as a cyberattack, or as narrow as a political demonstration or a rally against police brutality, placing in the hands of government bureaucrats the absolute power to summarily disable the ability of citizens to communicate, is a frightening notion

Screw “perceived threat”, Bob. The REAL illegitimate use of this technology has resulted in REAL assaults on innocent people, has resulted in REAL arson against small business, and has made REAL people homeless from the flash mobs brought about by this communication.

I am sick and damn tired of OTHERS’ cell phones and blackberry intruding into MY life. From sitting behind these AHOLES jabbering away in traffic to reading about the technology being used to assault white people and rob businesses, it is about time someone realized the necessity of a kill switch and USED it. This technology can be good and can be bad. At the point that I now have to worry about the safety of me and my family against thugs who use it against me, I could care less if the government obtains the power to use a kill switch on it. MY only other choice is to start carrying (a HANDGUN) and to use it when the flash mob ( whose rights you are so worried about , BOB ) approaches me.

Miriam

August 22nd, 2011
11:40 am

No point in arguing with Carlos. Since he can’t substantiate his statements, his fall back position is name calling to perpetuate his illusion that he is somehow superior to others. Typical of a federal drone that is not capable of creative thought. I’m surprised he did not work in a comment about big business and the best congress money can buy…his other usual genius.

Let the Big Dawg Eat

August 22nd, 2011
11:43 am

Let’s all add up how much of our employer’s time we have wasted discussing Mr. Barr’s column, multiply that number by $25 per hour, and send him a check.

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Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
11:47 am

If I were an evil influential person, I would create, organize, train, and pay flash mobs to pillage the business districts in the United States. The main objective wouldn’t be to steal and loot from businesses, but to cause politicians and others working in concert to respond by subverting the Constitution of the United States.

Amen?

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
11:57 am

If I were an evil influential person, I would open my doors to perverted integrationist in other countries. I would train them in the art of warfare and pay them to return to their native land, accompanied by the CIA, to overthrow their governments in exchange for mega millions, political assignments, fame, status, plush jobs, and materialism.

It’s too bad that North Korea does not allow its citizens to visit other countries etc.

Amen?

DixieDemons

August 22nd, 2011
11:59 am

@ Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

You are insane——-take off your hood and breathe

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
12:12 pm

As President Ronald Reagan would say when the media adversely responded to him, “what did I say” that caused consternation.

Amen?

Shaniqua

August 22nd, 2011
12:17 pm

This new found power of government to shut off communications is a byproduct of our reliance on electronic gadgets.

Everyone needs a fallback plan B in case their devices fail or are turned off. Someone previously mentioned CB radios; the remark may have been in jest but the day could come when we’ll have to rely on old school methods like that for survival.

Jefferson

August 22nd, 2011
1:08 pm

Live free or die scared.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
1:08 pm

If I were an evil influential man, I would establish predominantly black civil rights organizations throughout the land and pay the leaders to use their time exploiting and or talking about racial incidents throughout the nation.

This diabolical action would automatically suppress the natural establishment of legitimate ones and determine the behavior of the Americans.

Amen?

yuzeyurbrane

August 22nd, 2011
1:14 pm

Bob, I agree with a lot of your free speech opinions but you know free speech “does not give one the right to cry fire in crowded theater.” U.S. Supreme Ct.

DC

August 22nd, 2011
1:38 pm

Too many people have a knee-jerk reaction of new=evil. This behavior is nothing new. When dictionaries were first introduced, they were condemned because people would become lazy and look up words instead of learning how to spell. The fictional novel in the 18th century was condemned as a time waster and corrupting the minds of youth. Exactly the same thing was said about television 200 years later.

Now it’s cell phones and texting. A protest can be organized by leaflet. Should the government have a “kill switch” in every Kinkos print shop and every home printer? Cars are used in the commission of bank robberies, but I don’t hear anyone proposing a ban on the automobile.

Don’t condemn the technology just because it is new. So far, no one has asked WHY things like group robberies are happening; just condemning how they are organized.

In BART’s case, they were trampling on the right of assembly. If you think the government being able to kill communications in an area is a good thing, then just wait until you happen to be caught in an area like that. Because as soon as muggers figure out gathering are going to be regularly blanked out, there will be free for all muggings in the area, because no one can call the police.

Oldtimer

August 22nd, 2011
1:49 pm

In most states violent mob behavior might result in severe injury or death to the perpetrators. Law abiding citizens are allowed to defend themselves and their property. Actions by governmental agencies to prevent violence and bloodshed should be welcomed by most citizens but the criminal elements certainly would not appreciate it. Yes, San Francisco mobs and protestors will act violently and illegally (although not much is illegal in that city).

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

August 22nd, 2011
1:54 pm

As President Ronald Reagan would say when the media and others unexpectedly responded adversely to him, “what did I say” that caused consternation.

Amen?

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Don't Tread

August 22nd, 2011
4:19 pm

“Supporters of the proposal, including Sen. Joseph Lieberman, argue that because other countries such as China have such capability to control their citizenry, so must the United States.”

I suppose Joe Lieberman, et al also think that the US should be a Communist country like China. I suppose they were “controlling their citizenry” in Tiananmen Square.

nelson

August 22nd, 2011
7:47 pm

The only accomplishment by the President having a broad power over the internet and cell communication is that the enemies of the U.S. try harder to ifiltrate our communication system. Also, absolute power of the exectutive department to listen to and diasable communication makes a mockery of our most iconic freedom, the freedom of privacy. really, the Constitution should have its place which would be the frame for our democartic form of government. Without it we are just another dictatorship.

Harry

August 22nd, 2011
8:01 pm

You know, farm-boy at 10:21 is…..RIGHT!!!

The Angry Birds could solve this problem of government tyranny over our smart phones. If we could just get enough really, really Angry Birds to surround our government, and then just let ‘im have it, well, then we’d all be free to use our dang smart phones any way we wanted.

Are you seeing the potential here, peoples? Check out my latest Twitter for launch dates and times.

Feather Flea. Semper Fi. (vivalaAngryBirds.com)

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Off the Clock

August 22nd, 2011
10:46 pm

@Let the Big Dawg Eat (11:43 am)

You’re assuming that we’re all on the job when you remark about paying our employers the money for our time on this page :) Well, guess what? We’re not ALL slaves here. And for those who do not work anything in Retail – retail employers have started claiming the right to regulate off-the-clock behaviour, demanding that we do not embarass or blow the whistle on employees of any company who could be a customer.

To the rest of you who say we must be protected from dangerous things:

My freedom of speech is dangerous – I’ve called in on two banks this year on insolvency and waste in operations, and later they were shut down, I’ve personally started boycotts that have costed small businesses millions of dollars. I’ve done the horrible, controversial, thing of calling in bank tellers (two of them) who have pocketed my cash deposits instead of quietly asking for a “correction” to be made.

So – does that mean I somehow need the Government to regulate my so-called “dangerous” free speech?

SaveOurRepublic

August 23rd, 2011
12:42 pm

Good overview here Mr.Barr. The fedgov will leverage “crisis(es)” (legit or manufactured) to continue & usurp our Constitutional rights…in the name of “homeland defense” or some other excuse. It’s indeed about the establishment of an Orwellian, totalitarian police state.

Risk Evaluation

August 24th, 2011
11:59 am

There may be a time and a place for a “kill switch”, but this planned protest was not it. Their fear that there “may” be violence was was given more weight than the reality that there are pregnant women, teens and elderly citizens who are dependent on their cellphones in times of emergencies. Not only is it taking away constitutional rights, but it is placing certain sectors at a greater risk. My mom is not in great health, and relies entirely on her SVC phone. While it may cost her very little to own, it makes it pointless to even own if, when she needs it most, she can’t use it. How many other seniors were placed at risk when they made this call?

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