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NSA whistleblower: ‘Mass surveillance makes intelligence community less efficient’

08.06.2013 00:55

While the intelligence community has succeeded in duping the US administration into allowing mass surveillance, it did not help improve national security at all, former NSA analyst William Binney told RT.

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Anonymous user 26.06.2013 08:10

The US must stop go around the world lecture peoples on human right and democracy. Snowden TRUE HERO


Tene Bane 21.06.2013 20:54

gov who hypocritically searches and seizies w/o reasonable suspcion is a traitor who betrayed their oath to defend the consitution and supreme laws of the land.

they' re a tratior for betraying the public lieing to them saying they are there for national security when actualy they breach national secuirty, and only secure gov criminals from being prosecuted.

gov workers who hypcoritically spy on the public at large w/o reasonable suspcion, are the enemy.

only criminals would say exposeing/leaking evidence of crimes is aiding the enemy because law-abideing people that try to stop crime are a criminal's enemy.


Tene Bane 21.06.2013 20:54

plans, plots,and funding "terrorist groups" arnt illegal. freedom of speech. first fire gov workers who plan to commit crimes(exspecially murder)agianst innocent people.
some corrupt gov workers wrongly lable law-abideing average people terrorists based on speech, because corrupt gov is terrified of people that want to expose and stop corruption.
gov who hypocritically searches and seizies w/o reasonable suspcion is a traitor who betrayed their oath to defend the consitution and supreme laws of the land.


Tene Bane 21.06.2013 20:53

HOW could
hypocritic ally spying on everyone prevent crime? DETAILS? EXAMPLES?! even if it could, the risk of people being punished for speech is higher than the chance it would prevent crime. gov spying on everyone could be and has been used to murder(might blame it on defense, suicide, or frame someone), disappear, abuse, arrest, and punish people for speech
if gov thought spying on everyone was good for national security, gov wouldnt have a problem with publisizeing everything about gov and being 100%transparent, w/o non-gov even haveing to ask. it doesnt, cuz its to punish speech.

Anonymous user 09.06.2013 15:17

WORLDturnedintokille rs field/plundernowfree domof speechthreatened by US/UK needselfcorrection no spy

Anonymous user 09.06.2013 13:19

sent many millions of fake data on electronic machines.

Anonymous user 09.06.2013 13:05

00:56 Instead of putting everyone in prison it's easier to build prison around them.
Already done.

Anonymous user 09.06.2013 00:56

Well they can't put everyone in prizon, or can they?
Yes. It's called: shrinking your freedoms.

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 23:39

If you Deny Resources to Major Crimes by widening Search Field to Minor Crimes is there a Mystery ?

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 23:34

I agree with the Google-Search Analogy - What is needed is a Finer Focus not a Larger Lens


Anonymous user 08.06.2013 23:13

Well... RFID chips will need a giant database of information, what good would they be without.

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 23:04

Apple, Google, Microsoft its all part of the USA Corp. Its like mixing communism with capitalism.

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 23:01

They also use the data just for commercial purposes so they can adapt to peoples interest. Economics

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 22:18

They look at everything to try and figure out what they should be looking for.

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 21:53

govts do not 'give' humans rights! they recognize these rights or abuse them = success or failure.

Anonymous user 08.06.2013 18:42

People are waking up to the real meaning of "full spectrum dominance". It's foreign AND domestic.

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