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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    The best part is that once the progressives wrap their head around the fact our government is spying on us they will then say: "If you're not doing anything wrong then you have nothing to worry about."

    Of course "wrong" in the progressive mindset is embracing individualism and civil liberties.

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    So they are tapping porn and facebook because that is like 80% of my internet usage.
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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by greyhat View Post
    Read? Really? Com'on xkeyscore is but an older reiteration of sniffers; Carnivore was around in the late 90s- LOL

    Get real.
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    Who said this targeted any domestic non-terrorism related parties? I'm sure they could but doesn't mean they do.

    This is a FORN SIGINT tool- what do you think the NSA does? Play pong? Lol

    Overblown by the media...no one is reading your info, emails etc.. Snowden is a rat, and probably a mole, that will get what he deserves.
    It's not overblown at all. If anything it was "underblown". Even low level employees have access to our emails, browsing history, and a mountain of other data, without any kind of authorization or warrant. You don't sound like you have much respect for the constitution. Would you still defend their actions if they were physically searching you and your house instead of electronically?
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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by CalGun View Post
    New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online - CNN.com

    "Somebody's watching you"

    Imagine what an incumbent with access to that could do during a campaign?
    Anyone who didn't know this already is a naive idiot. Fourtunately, they don't give a damn about Joe Jackofferson, and his terabytes of porn, or who Johnny Pothead got his fix from. They're playing connect the dots. They already certain sites and email addresses red flagged, they're using this to see who goes to them, what they do there, and determine whether or not they pose a credible threat to national security. Same with the phone lines.
    I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    I don't see much gray between pro-Snowden or pro-tyranny...

    When the **** will the people say "NO."

    People either believe the government has the RIGHT to spy on people without a warrant, hence violating the 4th Amendment or they want their individual liberties and respect their rights and acknowledge the fact the government has absolutely no right via the aforementioned to search your property (including your intellectual ideas collectively)...

    Intellectual ideas are very much protected, not under the First Amendment but also the 4th without a warrant - which no judge could possibly issue, not only to just cause (not that matters) but due to all the requests... However the latter is their (governments) argument, and when that doesn't work the government actually has the audacity to claim that the simple fact you're "online" (like someone cant hack your pc through any connection - even if you believe a line is dead) it's automatically "public display" on the simple fact your pc can be hacked..

    Of course the progressive judicial system is generally down with the authoritarian progressive (RINO's & Progs) agenda and will side with them for campaign and support reasons.

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr View Post
    Anyone who didn't know this already is a naive idiot. Fourtunately, they don't give a damn about Joe Jackofferson, and his terabytes of porn, or who Johnny Pothead got his fix from. They're playing connect the dots. They already certain sites and email addresses red flagged, they're using this to see who goes to them, what they do there, and determine whether or not they pose a credible threat to national security. Same with the phone lines.
    Seeing as how you seem to have insider information about top secret programs, why don't you enlighten us? You seem to be very aware of what they do, and do not use this for.

    I guess you're the type that believes the government can do no wrong and would never abuse such a program? As long as you sleep safely in your bed at night you don't care what they do, huh?
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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr View Post
    Anyone who didn't know this already is a naive idiot. Fourtunately, they don't give a damn about Joe Jackofferson, and his terabytes of porn, or who Johnny Pothead got his fix from. They're playing connect the dots. They already certain sites and email addresses red flagged, they're using this to see who goes to them, what they do there, and determine whether or not they pose a credible threat to national security. Same with the phone lines.
    If that is true, which I think it is, then why didn't they prevent the Boston Marathon bombing?

    FYI - The issue remains: the IC is harvesting information on everyone they can and a lot of people hate the idea of it no matter what word game or rationale they use.

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by RabidAlpaca View Post
    Seeing as how you seem to have insider information about top secret programs, why don't you enlighten us? You seem to be very aware of what they do, and do not use this for.
    It's not "insider information", it's common sense. Do you honestly believe that the number of personnel they have has the capacity to scan hundreds of millions of mouse clicks, phone calls, and texts every second of the day? That's stupid. They'll be looking at specifically targeted areas for suspicious activity. Any idiot with half a brain and even the most basic knowledge of how the department of defense operates can figure that out.

    I guess you're the type that believes the government can do no wrong and would never abuse such a program? As long as you sleep safely in your bed at night you don't care what they do, huh?
    No, I'm just not dumb enough to believe that the NSA isn't abusing the power it was given when Congress and the Supreme Court gave them a free pass in 2006, nor do I think the government is this huge omniscient being that sees all and knows all. Everything is systemized, bureaued, and has at least 136 levels of protocols and SOPs. Would you like to post more asinine assumptions about my character based on one post, or are you done with the polarized hysterics?
    I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.

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    Re: New Snowden leak: NSA program taps all you do online

    Quote Originally Posted by Jango View Post
    If that is true, which I think it is, then why didn't they prevent the Boston Marathon bombing?

    FYI - The issue remains: the IC is harvesting information on everyone they can and a lot of people hate the idea of it no matter what word game or rationale they use.
    The FBI did track the Tsarnaev brothers. They even brought them in for questioning based on information givenn to them by the Russians. The FBI believed that they weren't a threat, and removed the flag. They have likely changed a few things as a result.
    I love the NSA. It's like having a secret fan-base you will never see, but they're there, watching everything you write and it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside knowing that I may be some person's only form of unconstitutional entertainment one night.

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