Bush movie creating headaches for NSA key word search communications surveillance computers.
U.S. intelligence sources report that the release of a fictional British movie
drama, Death of a President, a made-for-TV film that depicts George
W. Bush being mortally wounded by a Syrian-born assassin in Chicago, is creating
headaches for National Security Agency (NSA) and other communications surveillance
agencies that hone in on key words such as "Bush" and "assassination."
The hype generated by the film is increasing the concatenation of suspect words
and phrases in phone conversations and e-mails, resulting in surge processing
of non-threatening communications by NSA filtering computers.
Britain's Channel 4, which is releasing the Bush movie, is also planning on
releasing a movie on a fictional war crimes trial of Prime Minister Tony Blair.
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