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L3A My impromptu speech about what went wrong at the NSA

[Updated on January 18: the excellent discussion of William Binney about what went wrong at the the NSA:¬†http://www.alexaobrien.com/secondsight/wb/binney.html which explains it much better and in more detail than I could in Lect3A November last year. The crux was all about … Continue reading

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Police State

((ReBlogged from WashingtonsBlog)) (( In Europe, the Governments of Sweden, France and the Netherlands have or are about to decide to implement mass dragnet surveillance¬†on telecom and internet traffic, in line with what the NSA and GCHQ have done. I … Continue reading

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The Generals underestimated the use of Internet and now it is too late for them

In 2011 the global surveillance system Echelon to listen in and chart fixed and mobile TELEPHONE conversations and text messages had been in operation for years. The info (metadata) of who-talked-to-whom on the phone was much more telling about suspects … Continue reading

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