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Originally posted by Sk8ergrl
Well they are already using PRISM to gather information about protests and anti government from social networks and emails. They will use the label " Terrorist " to arrest you and stop any anti government protests. Just look at people being arrested now for even mentioning " lets start a protest ". This is getting way out of hand and it just proves that our freedom was BS to begin with a sense of false security.
For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.
Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
I wrote an entire thread dedicated to this subject already, and explained it in full long before the "newest" slide was revealed, and with much criticism from others who did not believe what I was saying, even though I presented full technical details on how it is accomplished.
This is no revelation, not at all. Those of us who work in the industry have long known about this capability, and if you want the details on how it's done, read the post.
There is no way to get around it, they have access to every digital transmission that crosses US wires. Period.
still think it is not real , then your either in self denial, or a "plant" that thinks we can be fooled in to thinking this is not real if one says it enough.
What’s in the Rest of the Top-Secret NSA PowerPoint Deck?
By Kevin Poulsen
Photo: The Washington Post
What’s in Edward Snowden’s 41-slide PowerPoint deck that’s so hot that nobody dare publish it?
Now that Snowden has revealed himself to the world as the NSA whistleblower, details about his interaction with the press are surfacing. And at the center of the drama is a still mostly unpublished 41-slide presentation, classified top secret, that Snowden gave to the Washington Post and the Guardian to expose the NSA’s internet spying operation “PRISM.”
Only five slides from the presentation have been published. The other 36 remain a mystery. Both the Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald and the Post’s Barton Gellman have made it clear that the rest of the PowerPoint is dynamite stuff … which we’re not going to be seeing any time soon. “If you saw all the slides you wouldn’t publish them,” wrote Gellman on Twitter, adding in a second tweet: “I know a few absolutists, but most people would want to defer judgment if they didn’t know the full contents.”
Originally posted by charles1952
reply to post by GrantedBail
What is the Post doing, printing TS information? Does it seem as though our press picks and chooses which classified material it chooses to publish? They hold onto some things but release others. I wonder why.
Originally posted by charles1952
Besides the (probably classified) code names, is there something here we didn't already know? I think all of the companies had been identified, and we've known for years that they get information from them. I also assumed that NSA could listen in as we were talking, if they wanted. Is that new?
Originally posted by Foxy1
well! its a good thing I use bing instead of google!
Originally posted by DaTroof
People think those "slides" are real?
P.T. Barnum, you gotta come back from the dead to see the suckers of today.
Originally posted by whyamIhere
Their paranoia has devolved into a pathology.
I have not seen any terrorists in my neighborhood.
This is beyond anything they can justify.
There is no reason to fear the American people...Unless you removed American Idol.edit on 10-7-2013 by whyamIhere because: (no reason given)