What if a government agency could create a botnet of your email?

It would be a boon for companies and individuals trying to keep their data safe, but it also would potentially open up new avenues for government to spy on innocent people.

For example, the botnet could be used to target individuals, and the government could use the information to target other people with the aim of tracking down and arresting them.

This is not the first time the government has used a bot to spy onto individuals: in 2015, a government-sponsored botnet called “Mafia” targeted innocent people with malware and sent it to the US.

The problem with such a bot is that it would be able to do a lot more than send out spam, as the government might want to do in order to keep tabs on individuals who are part of the bot’s botnet.

The government could also use this botnet to monitor social media, track internet usage, and collect information on a wide range of people.

If that’s the case, this could be a serious threat to privacy and civil liberties.

The botnet was not designed specifically to target the US, and there are several other countries that are reportedly using similar methods.

For example, there’s an ongoing botnet attack against the Philippines, according to cybersecurity firm Rapid7, that is targeting people in the country.

As more information about the botnets and how they’re being used comes out, the US government should take this information and develop new techniques to combat the threat.

The Department of Homeland Security recently announced a partnership with cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab to develop new cybersecurity tools.

If the US does decide to do something similar, there are a lot of companies and governments around the world that are working to help keep citizens safe.