The NSA - The Super Secret National Security Agency. NSA Atrocities – Part III – Brain Rape and General Michael Aquino. "Skynet" is real, and it could flag you as a terrorist. It may not be quite the self-aware computer network that takes over millions of computers and machines, but "Skynet" is real.
Documents published by The Intercept, leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, confirm that the Skynet program exists -- at least in name only. Its name comes from the intelligent computer defense system in the "Terminator" films, which later destroys most of humanity in a nuclear apocalypse. The National Security Agency program analyzes location and metadata from phone records to detect potentially suspicious patterns, according to the publication. In one example, it was used to identify people that act as couriers between al-Qaeda leadership. The NSA Actually Named a Program Skynet. Life in the Electronic Concentration Camp: The Surveillance State Is Alive and Well.
By John Whitehead “Big Brother in the form of an increasingly powerful government and in an increasingly powerful private sector will pile the records high with reasons why privacy should give way to national security, to law and order […] and the like.” ― William O.
Douglas, Supreme Court Justice Bottle up the champagne, pack away the noisemakers, and toss out the party hats. There is no cause for celebration. We have secured no major victories against tyranny. Is The NSA Really Ending Its Mass Surveillance Program? Police Using Biometrics on Americans Without Consent in Unaccountable Database. By Aaron Dykes Facial recognition and biometric databases have been a reality in technology for decades, and have been used overseas by the military to assist in occupying potentially hostile populations in places like Iraq and Afghanistan.
Populations there not only face the possibility of becoming a statistical civilian casualty, but are processed and tagged like cattle as well. Now, that paradigm is coming home to roost – as spy agencies like the NSA have long planned. Biometrics are designed for use in mass populations here in America and throughout the Western world, not just war-torn locales. Domestic Surveillance Techniques - Our Data Collection Program. Surveillance Techniques: How Your Data Becomes Our Data In 2001, NSA published the secret "Transition 2001" report defining our strategy for the 21st century.
No longer could we simply access analog communications using conventional means, the new digital world of globally-networked encrypted communications required a dramatic change to our surveillance strategy: NSA would need to "live on the network". We've turned our nation's Internet and telecommunications companies into collection partners by installing filters in their facilities, serving them with secret court orders, building back doors into their software and acquiring keys to break their encryption.
Our Domestic Intercept Stations NSA technicians have installed intercept stations at key junction points, or switches, throughout the country. View a sample route that internet data traverses from a home in Toronto to the San Francisco Art Institute passing through several NSA intercept stations. Bulk Collection of U.S. As easy as ABC: NSA’s plans for digital warfare. NSA Cyber War Will Use Internet of Things as Weapons Platform; Your Home is the Battlefield. Old-Thinker News | January 19, 2015 By Daniel Taylor “World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation.” – Marshall McLuhan, Culture is Our Business, 1970 New Snowden documents recently revealed that the NSA is getting ready for future digital wars as the agency postures itself in an aggressive manner towards the world.
“The Five Eyes Alliance“, a cooperation between United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, is working hard to develop these weapons of Cyber Warfare. So called “D” weapons, as reported by Der Spiegel, will paralyze computer networks and infrastructure that they monitor. How the NSA's Domestic Spying Program Works. The NSA’s domestic spying program, known in official government documents as the “President’s Surveillance Program,” ("The Program") was implemented by President George W.
Bush shortly after the attacks on September 11, 2001. The US Government still considers the Program officially classified, but a tremendous amount of information has been exposed by various whistleblowers, admitted to by government officials during Congressional hearings and with public statements, and reported on in investigations by major newspaper across the country. Snowden leak: NSA plans to infect ‘millions’ of computers. (Thanks to Cheryl for a head’s up on potential virus bombardment!
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NSA pays tech companies millions to engineer backdoors into encryption protocols. (NaturalNews) There is a saying that says, when it comes to government, they've got you coming and going.
No truer words are spoken when the subject comes to serial invasions of your privacy. Not only is the National Security Agency monitoring your every electronic communication, but the agency is paying your tech company and Internet service provider to hack you as well. According to Britain's The Guardian newspaper, which broke the story of massive NSA spying earlier this year: U.S. and British intelligence agencies have successfully cracked much of the online encryption relied upon by hundreds of millions of people to protect the privacy of their personal data, online transactions and emails, according to top-secret documents revealed by former contractor Edward Snowden. If need be, the use of 'brute force' to break encryption In other words, those little privacy spiels that social media and tech companies put on their sites to "assure you" that your privacy is "guaranteed" - are lies.
The NSA's Secret Role in the U.S. Assassination Program. Credit: Kirsty Wigglesworth/Associated Press.
The National Security Agency is using complex analysis of electronic surveillance, rather than human intelligence, as the primary method to locate targets for lethal drone strikes – an unreliable tactic that results in the deaths of innocent or unidentified people.