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NSA can tap into BlackBerry, iOS, and Android systems – report

07.09.2013 22:10

The US National Security Agency (NSA) can access data on smart phones using the world’s most popular systems including iOs, Android, and even BlackBerry - which markets itself to be highly secure, according to a new report.

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citizen x 10.09.2013 00:23

Blackberry's have been 'accessible' for years now. I saw a compromised device May 2012. There is nothing they cant hack.


Mat Lee 09.09.2013 22:23

So why is Android only mentioned in the headline, but not in the body where you talk about the operating systems getting compromised?


NSA_BOT 09.09.2013 11:44

[quote name='Vitale' time='09.09.2013 10:52']These days most ppl opt out of owning a mobile phone.
Simply not needed.
Old fashioned ink to paper and a verbal face to face has always proven successful.
Noth ing to worry about.
Just keep your appointments.[/quote ]

lol bad troll is bad.


Maria Byrne 09.09.2013 04:56

Maybe it time to go back to the Fax machine for security did you ever notice it is still used by Solicitors and others.


Lingam 09.09.2013 00:42

Sounds like people had better re-adjust their methods and tools for communication. If their privacy matters.

Bu t the real intent goes MUCH deeper: It's about mapping your relationships and mapping your habits -- to make it a PREDICTIVE tool. And to isolate you (cut connections) from others, if/when the time comes.

If you didn't know this or think of this, you are not nearly as informed and devious as they are. Maybe it's time you "grew up" and became more Street Smart.


Give me Liberty or give me death 08.09.2013 19:31

So, maybe we can all have fun with this... Knowing the NSA is listening in on our PRIVATE conversations, and reading our PRIVATE "papers," let's all start a campainge of mis-information just to f-uck with their stupid heads. We'll just all point back to them and the obama regime. Keep them running in circles and fill their storage houses with white noise.


Give me Liberty or give me death 08.09.2013 19:23

Andrew Law 08.09.2013 14:57

This isn't surprising, if you use any device connected to a network, expect it to be breached.


Sh ould we also consider our USPS mail (connected to use via a network of physical brick and mortar post offices) to be breached? The NSA should come down and be erraticated utterly.


Give me Liberty or give me death 08.09.2013 19:20

According to federal law, hacking is a felony punishable with prison time. Without a warrant, even the government is not permitted to access anyone's personal papers, etc. Email is an electronic version of "papers" and is protected by the 4th Amendment to the Constitution.

Since cyber hacking has also been classified as, in effect, cyber terrorism, the NSA is 110% guilty of terrorism and should be treated as such. They should all hang.


Tom Hansen 08.09.2013 16:35

In America privacy is a crime.


Adam Ant 08.09.2013 16:08

Marco Gomes 08.09.2013 12:41

And it goes on and on and on. -"the land of the free...", yeah... right.


Home of the slave, Land of the fee. Fall out of line and disobey authority, the gestapo will get you.


America Lies,lies and more lies 08.09.2013 15:13

Us GlobalWar 08.09.2013 14:56

- Apple-Israel-NSA

Apple would be joining dozens of other leading tech companies that have established large development centers in Israel. Google has not one, but two such centers in Israel — the only country in the world outside the United States with that distinction.


Did you actually believe DC is the capitol of the USA its only a proxy. The real capitol is in the 51 state of Israel, they can attack and kill with impunity.
UN resolutions are only for other countries not the Zio empire.

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