Skip to comments.The NSA may have another leaker on its hands
Posted on 07/03/2014 11:11:48 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
German public broadcaster Das Erste revealed yesterday the existence of a previously undisclosed NSA program called XKeyscore, which automatically logs the online identities of anyone who even searches the web for tools that might keep their activities anonymous. Experts who are familiar with Snowdens leaked documents say that this information is from a new source.
I do not believe that this came from the Snowden documents, wrote security expert Bruce Schneier, who had access them through his work with the Guardian. I also dont believe the TAO catalog came from the Snowden documents, he said, referring to the tailored access operations that the NSA uses to gain access to certain priority targets. I think theres a second leaker out there.
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Think this was on Infowars.
Searching for the right to remain anonymous puts you on a list of suspects.
Sort of the typical: If you’re not guilty, why do you care about your Constitutional rights?
No one can hide. Who are we fooling, ourselves? Yet we are the enemy? This must change.
This is simply a matter of funding. The reason they can do all this crap is they are given too much money to play with while they should be tracking terrorists like CAIR.
I call for HALVING the NSA budget. Will Congress do it? No
Wouldn’t do them any good if everybody did.
So, the penalty for treason now is loss of funding?
(and when you trample the unalienable rights of Americans and undermine the faith of Americans in the servants they appointed to guard their Republic, you HAVE aided and abetted our enemies...)
The more I hear about crashed hard drives and such, the more I think as Snowden as a much needed whistle blower.
Schneier’s blog entry is here along with (at this time) over 70 comments:
You and me both.