posted on Jul, 11 2013 @ 06:04 AM
I'm a little confused. Maybe first because these government slides are so amateurish. I'm wondering if this is on purpose, that there's a secret
Snowden code in these slides, that maybe a real government worker will see a forgery, like the direction letters in red in the corner should
officially be blue or black. See this intelligence stuff is so partitioned this could be the slides they let hang around as bogus slides, that should
the computers ever get hacked, they'd know at what computer was the data breach. I'm saddened that the Internet elites that snoop around the data of
the nation are making these slides and calling it a finished work for the government. Please tell me this was their rough draft and the finished
product is still unseen.
PRISM, it was developed in the 1990s with some of the most advanced knowledge computer programmers of the time. I read about it on the Internet.
Which is a surprise in itself because if it's so up there in the secrecy why even publicize it just as it was developing, then turn around and
shock-n-awe the public in 2013?
So there is this slide that shows Gmail, Facebook, and Skype. Those weren't exactly around when PRISM was started. I reminisce, where I had the
sprynet and Earthlink and the internet was free when you agreed to have an ad banner bar at NetZero, and cascading style sheets were the breakthrough
code to revolutionize websites. Where it would take like three minutes to download a three minute video from YouTube, and Amazon was the supersite of
the Internet, not Google.
This is bunk that it's just the service providers, unless there is another program that was mentioned in 90's news. See the NSA has the PRISM, but
the military had something totalitarian just the same through the Intel chips, which just about every computer has. But that program, which name
escapes me, isn't being hyped. Something with a "key" in it. Maybe that was thin thread.
edit on 11-7-2013 by Sandalphon because: there that