Skip to comments.NSA Surveillance Reach Broader Than Publicly Acknowledged
Posted on 08/21/2013 5:11:44 AM PDT by Biggirl
The National Security Agency's surveillance network has the capacity to spy on 75 percent of all U.S. Internet traffic, The Wall Street Journal reports.
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“The National Security Agency’s surveillance network has the capacity to spy on 75 percent of all U.S. Internet traffic”
I’m believe they’re off by about 25%.
Rousting Greenwald’s gay squeeze is working out REALLY WELL for them apparently...
My my my....what is to become of my beloved country?
I just can’t believe this is happening in my own country.
Amazing how even the conservative talk guys are dissing Snowden (gay, etc). Really putting him down as a traitor to his country. What I don’t get is this. Our government is illegally spying on all of us every day. Snowden proves it. Who is at fault here, the government for DOING ILLEGAL ACTS or Snowden for pointing it out. We’ve got to get some priorities straight. But to attack him because he’s “gay” is a pretty “lame” attack. (The Schmidt Show was leading the attack yesterday). I don’t care for what he did, but who did “wrong” first? And if you have to make a choice, which is worse ... the government illegally spying on us or Snowden pointing it out? In this case, Snowden comes in a distant second in my book.
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