• NSA tool 'XKeyscore'l collects 'nearly everything a user does on the internet'
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Source: [url]http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jul/31/nsa-top-secret-program-online-data[/url] [QUOTE]XKeyscore, the documents boast, is the NSA's "widest reaching" system developing intelligence from computer networks – what the agency calls Digital Network Intelligence (DNI). One presentation claims the program covers "nearly everything a typical user does on the internet", including the content of emails, websites visited and searches, as well as their metadata. Analysts can also use XKeyscore and other NSA systems to obtain ongoing "real-time" interception of an individual's internet activity.[/QUOTE]
How can a system handle all of that? That almost seems like something the NSA would embellish.
[QUOTE=Zambies!;41660449]How can a system handle all of that? That almost seems like something the NSA would embellish.[/QUOTE] [img]http://imagery.playerattack.com/DeusEx-Icarus.png[/img] "It is not possible...Yes...you should continue about your normal life.... yes"
Sigh. The United States never ceases to amaze me. This is ridiculous. Of course no one's gonna do anything aside from watching TMZ.
What the fuck is the point of this? Seriously there are no more terrorisms in the world. You killed them all, and the non terrorisms.
[QUOTE=Binladen34;41660548]What the fuck is the point of this? Seriously there are no more terrorisms in the world. You killed them all, and the non terrorisms.[/QUOTE] That's what they [I]want[/I] you to believe
[QUOTE=Binladen34;41660548]What the fuck is the point of this? Seriously there are no more terrorisms in the world. You killed them all, and the non terrorisms.[/QUOTE] That's what you want them to think, isn't it, Bin Laden #34??
[QUOTE=Binladen34;41660548]What the fuck is the point of this? Seriously there are no more terrorisms in the world. You killed them all, and the non terrorisms.[/QUOTE] binladen34, eh
[QUOTE=Binladen34;41660548]What the fuck is the point of this? Seriously there are no more terrorisms in the world. You killed them all, and the non terrorisms.[/QUOTE] [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents,_January%E2%80%93June_2013[/url]
They watch you and your shameful porn You might think the shame goes away when you delete history [I]the shame will never go away[/I]
XKeyscore sounds like something a 12 year old would name a keylogger
I have a feeling that 30 years from now, future politicians will be embarrassed as fuck from all the porn they looked at being recorded by the NSA, then displaying it publicly.
[QUOTE=Mallow234;41660609][url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents,_January%E2%80%93June_2013[/url][/QUOTE] Nearly all of them in the wartorn middle east. I [I]really[/I] doubt they were planned on the net.
[quote]X-Keyscore is a secret mass surveillance program run jointly by the United States' National Security Agency, [B]Australia's Defence Signals Directorate, and New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau.[/B][/quote] [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Keyscore]Australia and NZ, what are you doing[/url]
Jeez, if you're gunna intercept my Internet activity at least buy me a drink first
What exactly is the fear people have with this privacy disturbing stuff? Not as an argument or anything, I just don't have a clear understanding what the problem is.
[QUOTE=PassTheBong;41661498]Jeez, if you're gunna intercept my Internet activity at least buy me a drink first[/QUOTE] at least give me a reach around if you want to [B][U][I]FUCK ME[/I][/U][/B]
[QUOTE=Nitro836;41661503]What exactly is the fear people have with this privacy disturbing stuff? Not as an argument or anything, I just don't have a clear understanding what the problem is.[/QUOTE] It's the principal, it's a gross invasion of privacy. How would you feel if someone stood over you and watched every thing you're doing on the internet?
[QUOTE=Nitro836;41661503]What exactly is the fear people have with this privacy disturbing stuff? Not as an argument or anything, I just don't have a clear understanding what the problem is.[/QUOTE] It's like if a NSA officer secretly walked into your home and saw almost everything you've done for the past couple of years but you've only just become aware of the NSA's presence. It's unnerving, and quite frankly a breach of trust and human rights.
[QUOTE=Pig;41661590]It's the principal, it's a gross invasion of privacy. How would you feel if someone stood over you and watched every thing you're doing on the internet?[/QUOTE] How would you feel if a computer look at what you do on the internet? Cause that happens every time you access a server whether or not it's the NSA doing it, lol
[QUOTE=AmericanInfantry;41660528]Sigh. The United States never ceases to amaze me. This is ridiculous. Of course no one's gonna do anything aside from watching TMZ.[/QUOTE] i love when people say this and continue doing nothing while criticizing others not doing anything. organize something if you care so much
[QUOTE=Nemisis116;41660778]They watch you and your shameful porn You might think the shame goes away when you delete history [I]the shame will never go away[/I][/QUOTE] To be honest, I feel sorry for the person No regrets
If they are going to play in a underhanded way... Hrrm. What's the NSA's legal status on having CP? Because the databases might be full of it if this tool does as they say.
[QUOTE=scout1;41661687]How would you feel if a computer look at what you do on the internet? Cause that happens every time you access a server whether or not it's the NSA doing it, lol[/QUOTE] Nobody cares if it's just a computer, it's when it's being recorded by a computer and then accessed by people that it's a privacy issue. I wouldn't mind a book holding the contents of a diary but I would mind someone reading my diary, for example.
[QUOTE=Nemisis116;41660778]They watch you and your shameful porn You might think the shame goes away when you delete history [I]the shame will never go away[/I][/QUOTE] Except, I feel no shame. I am SHAMELESS (please just don't tell parents, JUST NOT MY PARENTS, wait till they peacefully pass away in beautiful ignorance of my ways and then do what you want)
[QUOTE=AmericanInfantry;41660528]Sigh. The United States never ceases to amaze me. This is ridiculous. Of course no one's gonna do anything aside from watching TMZ.[/QUOTE] Ok, I'm going to take the unpopular side with this and say that I'm surprised that we have technology that is capable of doing this.
[QUOTE=SinjinOmega;41661828]If they are going to play in a underhanded way... Hrrm. What's the NSA's legal status on having CP? Because the databases might be full of it if this tool does as they say.[/QUOTE] Probably the same as Google's
[QUOTE=OvB;41660595]That's what you want them to think, isn't it, Bin Laden #34??[/QUOTE] Shit they're on to me! [t]http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-nUiD2DVZf4A/TkA-8NOtyhI/AAAAAAAABq0/inyIjgtoSmU/s1600/cohete+del+doctor+maligno+1.jpg[/t]
[QUOTE=Mallow234;41660609][url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_terrorist_incidents,_January%E2%80%93June_2013[/url][/QUOTE] Terrorism in all the places USA will never give a fuck about.
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