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Did The Tapping Of All Phone Calls Include Harvesting Of Voice Samples..., for impersonation of 9/11 inflight phone calls?

paulmichael
post Jan 20 2014, 02:20 PM
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The calls that allegedly came from aboard the doomed 9/11 flights stirred up a lot of emotion, controversy, and speculation.

Well, there has been software available for quite some time now that allows home computer users to disguise their voices with a whole lot of "distortion" options.

Is it not possible that there is some software out there that can take one person's voice and morph it into another person's voice virtually undetectable by using a large number of samples of the impersonated voice that had been harvested by the N.S.A.'s tapping of every phone call that is placed?

I already know that a person's voice can be reduced to a "voice print" that can be depicted graphically on paper. I initially learned about such voice prints on paper as a child when I visited the New York World's Fair circa 1964, so this type of thing is hardly new technology.

I can easily believe that a man's voice, for example, following a prepared script, could have been morphed into a known female flight attendant's voice following a digitized voice print similar to the printed ones that I have come to know. The relatives of the flight attendant would be none the wiser.

As far as the caller I.D.'s for some of the alleged inflight calls go: they could have been "spoofed." This is nothing new.

P.M.

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post Jan 21 2014, 06:20 AM
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Years ago (and I stress the words "YEARS AGO") there was a news report about a young techie who was working on a project to create avatars for the common man so that the common man could "live on" beyond his passing.

These avatars would have three-dimensional likenesses of humans AND audio likenesses, too PLUS the ability to interact with living humans by conducting conversations and answering questions just like you may have seen as computerized artificial intelligence in old futuristic movies.

It's been said that there is no such thing as science fiction anymore, because what was conceived in the past seems to be achievable in the present.

As far as personal information that only 9/11 "callers" could have known about themselves goes, well, if Google can store copies of the entire World Wide Web in its "cached" memory, then is it not conceivable that the government keeps copies of every telephone call, every email, every fax, and every text message and every, every Facebook page (meaning every past version which may have been edited with additions, deletions, and corrections along the way)as part of dossiers to be referenced for personal information which seemingly only an individual would know about himself?

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