JUST IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING IF BY SOME COINCIDENCE OR RANDOM OCCURRENCE IF YOU ARE BEING SURVEILLED IN DEPTH CHANCES ARE YOU ARE ACCORDING TO THIS ARTICLE BY SEAN GALLAGHER: You may already be a winner in NSA’s “three-degrees” surveillance sweepstakes!

  1. NSA SURVEILLANCE SCOOPS UP THE INNOCENT AS WELL AS “PERSONS WHO MAY BE OF INTEREST” 

PROTEST IN BERLIN OVER DATA MINING 2013

JUST IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING IF BY SOME COINCIDENCE OR RANDOM OCCURRENCE  IF YOU ARE BEING SURVEILLED IN DEPTH CHANCES ARE YOU ARE  ACCORDING TO THIS ARTICLE BY SEAN GALLAGHER: You may already be a winner in NSA’s “three-degrees” surveillance sweepstakes!

“When the first revelations about the National Security Agency’s (NSA) widespread collection of phone call metadata and Internet traffic began to surface, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham noted that for those not talking to terrorists on the phone, “We don’t have anything to worry about. I’m glad that activity is going on, but it is limited to tracking people who are suspected to be terrorists and who they may be talking to.”

Turns out the data collection is not so limited. In testimony yesterday before the House Judiciary Committee, National Security Agency Deputy Director Chris Inglis said that the NSA’s probing of data in search of terrorist activity extended “two to three hops” away from suspected terrorists. Previously, NSA leaders had said surveillance was limited to only two “hops” from a suspect.” This according to the Sean Gallagher article above.

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NOT TO WORRY IF YOU LOSE ELECTRONIC DATA: SOUTH UTAH NSA DATA CENTER CAPABLE OF HOLDING 500 QUINTILLION (500,000,000,000,000,000,000) PAGES OF TEXT

SOUTH UTAH NSA DATA COLLECTION CENTER<IN/ HOME OF LOVEINT

MORE AND MORE JAMES CLAPPER’S AND KEITH ALEXANDER’S EXPLANATIONS OF THE AMOUNT OF DATA COLLECTED AND STORED SOUND LIKE THE IRANIAN EXPLANATION OF WHY THEY NEED MORE AND MORE CENTRIFUGES.

MAUREEN DOWD N.Y. COLUMNIST ON NSA’S COLLECTION PRACTICES
NSA’S CREEPING CLOUD OF SURVEILLANCE OR NSA’S CROWD OF CREEPS
“I believe it is in the nation’s best interest to put all the phone records into a lockbox that we could search when the nation needs to do it, yes,” Alexander said.

Yet, news broke this past week that the N.S.A. inspector general admitted that there have been a dozen instances of staffers spying on love interests. (The Wall Street Journal said this practice is known as “LOVEINT,” for love intelligence.)

JUST IN CASE YOU WERE WONDERING IF BY SOME COINCIDENCE OR RANDOM OCCURRENCE  IF YOU ARE BEING SURVEILLED IN DEPTH CHANCES ARE YOU ARE  ACCORDING TO THIS ARTICLE BY SEAN GALLAGHER: You may already be a winner in NSA’s “three-degrees” surveillance sweepstakes!

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