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NSA has ability to read 75% of all US internet traffic - report

21.08.2013 01:04

Newly unveiled National Security Agency programs detail how the US government has the ability to monitor approximately 75 percent of American internet traffic, and further discloses how telecommunications companies are compelled to provide such data.

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Sharon Storm 23.08.2013 12:38

then they know they are the new lowpoint for Americans - more despised than the IRS, the TSA, and even Congress!

 

Max21c 22.08.2013 12:27

They can steal anything they want from any person American or foreign and they can persecute anyone they target and they can target anyone they choose. It's their Regime and their secret police.

 

Max21c 22.08.2013 12:26

You don't have to have done anything wrong or committed a crime to be on the enemies list of the Washington Regime and its secret police, and, they don't need probable cause, a reason, an excuse, or a justification as they are the secret police and they do whatever they want as their are no laws that apply to them, no laws that limit their power, et cetera.

 

Max21c 22.08.2013 12:23

They go after anyone they put on their enemies list. Can be a scientist, medical researcher, inventor, intellectual, writer, artist, per anyone they consider to either be the enemy or have something of value the secret police wants to steal per private property, intellectual property, intellectual work...or anyone they want to "marginalize&qu ot; or "neutralize&quo t; or use their political persecution tools/system against.

 

Max21c 22.08.2013 12:22

The Washington Regime and its secret police go after anybody on their enemies list and they can arbitrarily place anyone on their enemies list for any reason or no reason. The phony claims that they use geography as a factor or probable cause as a factor or "agent of a foreign power" as a factor is bogus.

 

Lisa Buddhacelli 22.08.2013 04:02

Just because you're paranoid, doesn't mean someone isn't following you (or listening to you) !!!!

 

Joe Detracktor 21.08.2013 21:23

A solution to cell phone tracking, spying, eavesdropping, stalking and hacking can be found by searching youtube for detracktor.

 

Jonathan Bilodeau 21.08.2013 18:54

I'm entirely skeptical on this. I work for a small ISP in Maine, the national government has absolutely no ties into our network directly. There is something called CALEA, which is a subpoena they issue to us to monitor traffic of a suspected criminal, other than that, they cannot directly monitor our network traffic. Unless they have ties into the major networks like AT&T or Level 3, which carry the majority of internet traffic, I highly doubt its possible.

 

Rod 21.08.2013 15:01

Tens of thousands of government employees staring at their computer screens paid for by limitless Federal government borrowing and spending. Of course the people they are finding in this desperate search work at McDonalds, live on government provided food stamps, smoke crystal meth and pay little or no tax because they are dirt poor. And I didn't need to read any emails to tell you that.

 

not duped 21.08.2013 14:21

mark toth 21.08.2013 11:20

Maybe we should find a way to spy on them.....They are the biggest losers on the planet.It is time for all Amercans to rise up and take a stand against this unfair sooping on us by the very government that is supposed to respect our rights of privacy............W e are becoming a police state similar to the nazies.............. .up united as Americans is now!<BR><BR >

  


And your paying for it out of every paycheck.

 

Clinton S Lurvey 21.08.2013 14:15

What's more terrorizing? A few thugs in the desert on monkey bars or the US government confiscating 5,135 free energy patents in "the interest of national security"? The patriot act has NOTHING to do with fighting "terrorism" ;.

 

William Pollock 21.08.2013 12:40

If the Stasi were still around, they would be soooooo jealous.

 

mark toth 21.08.2013 11:20

Maybe we should find a way to spy on them.....They are the biggest losers on the planet.It is time for all Amercans to rise up and take a stand against this unfair sooping on us by the very government that is supposed to respect our rights of privacy............W e are becoming a police state similar to the nazies.............. .up united as Americans is now!

 

faizan ali 21.08.2013 09:38

Rabidsmurf01 21.08.2013 08:59

so when do We get to see Their logs?

  


haha .. seriously that would be fun. :P.. Kidding.
I belive its unethical spying on people. We could use some privacy in these times of turmoil and chaos!
just a thought, would a VPN help us secure our connection from NSA? do we need to look for a bestvpnservice? but then again NSA would know that we googled bestvpnservice :D

 

trx 21.08.2013 09:32

The NSA spying kerfluffle is an example of what Malcolm X called 'the chickens coming home to roost.'

Ame ricans had no problem with their beloved American Empire's spying on other nations (or worse) through the CIA, NSA, DIA, etc.

But guess what? Those same spy agencies have been spying on US citizens too!

You reap what you sow, America.

Karma will find you.

 

Rabidsmurf01 21.08.2013 08:59

so when do We get to see Their logs?

 

George Edwards 21.08.2013 04:46

First of all, the NSA and other nondescript national intelligence entities have no oversight by which they can be regulated. They are by necessity autonomous organizations designed solely for the purpose of safeguarding the supra-national narrative (manifest destiny) along with the socio-political culture subscribing to it. The algorithmic architecture is easily overcome by outlier saturation (nul in nul out.) A more appropriate focus of civil discord should be on active subversive interventionism in the form of non persistant bio/neurological agents. Crowd control e to nth degree! Look it up.

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