posted on Sep, 28 2013 @ 05:42 PM
reply to post by soulpowertothendegree
All I know about this is that they are going to be storing all of their citizen and corporate and political data within the country instead of on
random servers throughout the world. The N.S.A. PRISM program gets its information by splicing directly into large communication hubs, such as those
in New York.
What the N.S.A. does, is it has a command center hidden inside of a large New York building (for example) and then splices into a set of cables and
lets the information from the internet flow through their servers before going back out into the net.
Therefore, if Brazil makes an effort to store all of its information within Brazil, in order to get real-time access to that information, the N.S.A.
would have to have a splicing center inside of Brazil -
If someone in Brazil, for example, checked their e-mail, it would go straight from their Brazil home to a Brazil server without going through central
hubs in the U.S. to be intercepted - at the moment, I think the servers are somewhat randomized.
I am surprised anyone on A.T.S. picked this up, I hadn't seen anything on it. I hope that helps.
edit on 28-9-2013 by darkbake because: (no