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TODAY I LEARNED: Verizon Allegedly Built A Fiber Optic Cable To Give The Feds Access To ALL Communications

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For years Americans' right to privacy, as granted by the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, has been hijacked by the surveillance state. But thanks to whistleblowers like Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency's domestic dragnet is getting the attention it deserves. Over the weekend James Risen and Eric Lichtblau of The New York...
TODAY I LEARNED: Verizon Allegedly Built A Fiber Optic Cable To Give The Feds Access To ALL Communications

Letters: Worried by state snooping in US and UK

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Your reports on the Prism programme (Revealed: how US secretly collects private data from AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Paltalk, Skype, Yahoo and YouTube, 7 June) reinforce the evidence of whistleblowers over the last decade that the National Security Agency, despite official denials, has been massively extending its capacity to...
Letters: Worried by state snooping in US and UK

DID YOU KNOW?: Two Secretive Israeli Companies Reportedly Bugged The US Telecommunications Grid For The NSA

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The newest information regarding the NSA domestic spying scandal raises an important question: If America's tech giants didn't 'participate knowingly' in the dragnet of electronic communication, how does the NSA get all of their data? One theory: the NSA hired two secretive Israeli companies to wiretap the U.S. telecommunications network....
DID YOU KNOW?: Two Secretive Israeli Companies Reportedly Bugged The US Telecommunications Grid For The NSA

The Washington Post Backtracks On Claim Tech Companies 'Participate Knowingly' In The NSA's Data Collection

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The Washington Post has backtracked on its claim that major companies that nine tech firms 'participate knowingly' in the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program, Jon Russell of The Next Web reports. But that doesn't mean that the dragnet snooping didn't happen, or that the tech heavyweights didn't know about...
The Washington Post Backtracks On Claim Tech Companies 'Participate Knowingly' In The NSA's Data Collection
NSA expert James Bamford discusses Utah data center on C-Span
Former director says NSA chief lied about not keeping profiles on Americans

A Terrifying Look Into The NSA's Ability To Capture And Analyze Pretty Much Every Communication

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You may recall that we've written a few times about the "turf war" between the Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Department's NSA over who gets to run the "cybersecurity" efforts for the country. The NSA has been particularly insistent that all cybersecurity efforts should go through it, and...
A Terrifying Look Into The NSA's Ability To Capture And Analyze Pretty Much Every Communication

NSA Declassifies -- Sort Of -- Its Super-Secret Internal Magazine

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Among the many interesting facts about the super-secret National Security Agency is the fact that for decades, it has published its own in-house technical journal, written by and for agency employees. Titled Cryptolog: The Journal of Technical Health, its existence has been known for years, having been mentioned in books...
NSA Declassifies -- Sort Of -- Its Super-Secret Internal Magazine
Turns Out The NSA Doesn't Really Want Drop-In Visitors (With Cameras) At Their New Utah Spy Facility
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