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Originally posted by miniatus
They still can't crack https unless they do a man in the middle attack and forge the certificates.. I recommend people use the https anywhere extension.. it enables https on sites that support it even if you don't know they do.. google for example..
Facebook has https capabilities as well.. with that enabled, they'd only be able to get your chat history by requesting it from facebook.. ( who will gladly hand it over )
He attempted to reassure a skeptical audience by saying "our people have to take courses and pass exams to use this data."
Near the close of his speech Alexander said "We stand for freedom." A member of the black-clad, security-aware audience, however, took issue with that assertion. "Bull#!" he shouted
following Snowden’s disclosures last month, several publications including the Huffington Post and the German Der Spiegel speculated that the Jimmy Carter was aiding the NSA’s surveillance of citizens’ communications in the U.S. and Europe.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
oooo... You beat me by seconds... I actually have my whole article typed and formatted to hit submit. Good job on the fast catch for the NSA's latest program to screw us to the wall and smile while they do it.
Originally posted by burntheships
Originally posted by muzzleflash
What I want to know is if we have this really powerful spy system...
Why do we still have terrorist attacks that seem like a surprise?
How did those mass jail breaks happen without them being prepared for it?
What's the point of all this surveillance if it doesn't prevent anything?
Here is one to add onto that list.
If all of what you ask is true, and it is, this started with 9/11.
So if the goal was to surveill us 24/7 and it started with 9/11 then
it seems that the ones surveilling us are responsible for the cause...
The Systems Engineer will provide support for the compartment systems that encompass the SKIDROWE systems
Configure and understand and fine-tune the data flow of signals through processing systems such as DARKQUEST, WEALTHYCLUSTER, and XKEYSCORE
Originally posted by Aazadan
On slide 15 they give 3 criteria to find a likely terrorist. Speech that's different from the local speech patterns, uses encryption, and searches suspicious things. I fit all three of those, good to know the NSA considers me a likely terrorist. Atleast I won't be surprised when they show up at my door.