NSA spying, millions of US e-mails


This video from the USA says about itself:

EFF designer Hugh D’Andrade creates a fanciful mural-sized political cartoon depicting how the NSA’s illegal spying program operates inside AT&T‘s San Francisco facility.

For more information:
http://www.eff.org/issues/nsa-spying

Music:
“Master of Skandal’!” by Skandalo Publico
http://www.skandalopublico.free.fr/

By Tom Eley in the USA:

NSA monitors millions of American e-mails

19 June 2009

Several current and former agents within the National Security Agency (NSA), speaking on condition of anonymity, have told the New York Times that the spy agency likely monitors millions of e-mail communications and telephone calls made by Americans. The new revelations follow the disclosure in April that the NSA’s monitoring of domestic e-mail traffic broke the law in 2008 and 2009.

Last year, Congress passed legislation providing the NSA greater latitude to spy on the communications of Americans, so long as it resulted inadvertently from the agency’s efforts to spy on foreigners or those it “reasonably believed” to be outside US borders.

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