Here’s a news flash: You’re not just paranoid.Your government really is spying on you. And while the Guardian’s blockbuster scoop last night concerned the NSA collecting data on Verizon

19/04/2017 · A new factsheet by the NSA and FBI has laid bare ludicrous contradictions in how US intelligence agencies choose to interpret a law designed to prevent spying on American citizens, but which they use to achieve exactly that end. 29/06/2020 · The NSA has even been tapping into the fiber optic cables in the US. They could be spying on your internet activities and illegally store your data. The NSA has intercepted data flowing between Google data centers. The NSA tapped into Google massive data of individuals, recording millions of emails without proper authorization. 17/01/2014 · The magazine said it had seen leaked NSA documents showing that the US had spied on EU internal computer networks in Washington and at the 27-member bloc's UN office in New York. 30/10/2017 · Nsa Spying History. In June 2013, revelations came out on how the National Security Agency (NSA) was hacking their way into people’s lives. Edward Snowden, then an employee of Booz Allen Hamilton, a large US contractor for security and intelligence. 22/08/2018 · A federal court will be scrutinizing one of the National Security Agency’s worst spying programs on Monday. The case has the potential to restore crucial privacy protections for the millions of Americans who use the internet to communicate with family, friends, and others overseas.

The NSA has been spying on us for longer than you people think. They have been spying on all of our information way before 9/11, but they still were not able to prevent it. So what is the point of the NSA spying on us if they were previously unable to prevent 9/11. They say they are spying on us to prevent another terrorism attack but they did not prevent 9/11 even when they were spying!!!!!

When the NSA’s spying program was first exposed by the New York Times in 2005, President Bush admitted to a small aspect of the program—what the administration labeled the “Terrorist Surveillance Program”—in which the NSA monitored, without warrants, the communications of between 500-1000 people inside the US with suspected connections to Al Qaeda. 16/03/2017 · Based on her findings, here are ten reasons you should still be worried about NSA spying: 1. NSA’s global surveillance dragnet is massive. Under FISA 702, the NSA vacuums up massive quantities of sensitive, detailed, and intimate personal information about people around the world, including anyone of “foreign intelligence” interest. It is The NSA should be able to spy on us because, by them spying on us it will be able to prevent a future terrorist attack. Also I you no you didn't do anything wrong then why cant they spy on you. Don't you think your safety is more important then your privacy. 7/07/2014 · If you are located outside of the U.S., Canada, the U.K. or one of the so-called Five Eyes countries partnering with the NSA in its surveillance efforts, then visiting the TOR website triggers an

At midnight on Saturday in the US, the US National Security Agency ended one of its most notorious spying programs. This is only a tiny victory. The NSA’s sprawling, inefficient surveillance

22/08/2018 · A federal court will be scrutinizing one of the National Security Agency’s worst spying programs on Monday. The case has the potential to restore crucial privacy protections for the millions of Americans who use the internet to communicate with family, friends, and others overseas. The NSA surveillance program PRISM is one of the most paradigmatic cases of a government spying on its citizens. This program was launched in 2007, following President Bush's Protect America Act, to collect and store data from internet communications from at least 9 major internet companies in the United States, including Google, Microsoft, Apple, Skype, Youtube, Yahoo!, Paltalk, AOL and 20/11/2013 · • 2007 deal allows NSA to store previously restricted material • UK citizens not suspected of wrongdoing caught up in dragnet • Separate draft memo proposes US spying on 'Five-Eyes' allies The French newspaper Le Monde disclosed new PRISM slides (See Page 4, 7 and 8) coming from the "PRISM/US-984XN Overview" presentation on October 21, 2013. The British newspaper The Guardian disclosed new PRISM slides (see pages 3 and 6) in November 2013 which on the one hand compares PRISM with the Upstream program, and on the other hand deals with collaboration between the NSA's Threat