This article popped up on rt.com. The jounalist Gleen Grenwald, work works for the Guardian, and was first to pop the PRISM bubble courtesy or Edward Snowden, mentions among other things that “trillions” of phone calls (yes, the voice part, the part they claimed they do not record or listen in to), are litterally at the fingertips of NSA staff. While I do not find this the least bit surprising, and have suspected this for a while, this article arguably is the smoking gun. And if you think it is not possible here, you only have to see the speed in which the GCSB bill is being pushed through, to think otherwise. If the capacity is not here yet, it won’t be long. You better pray you are not on the wrong side of the Government at that point!!
- NSA comes clean on metadata: Are you within 3 degrees of a target? (dailydot.com)
- What the Ashcroft Hospital Showdown on NSA spying was all about (arstechnica.com)
- What MSM doesn’t tell you about the NSA Scandal and your world (authorftmoore.wordpress.com)