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How the Government Tracks You: NSA Surveillance

[fa icon="calendar"] Nov 6, 2013 9:28:00 PM

The US Government has turned the Internet into something it was never intended to be: a system for spying on us in our most private moments. By tapping Internet cables, undermining security standards, and getting our data from companies in secret, the National Security Agency has built the largest surveillance apparatus in history and is collecting information on most Internet users.

This is a watershed moment for our freedom to live our lives and the privacy to be who we are. With NSA surveillance programs, the US Government now has the power to arbitrarily track, target, and go after any one of us -- our friends, family, the journalists and activists we depend on -- because they don't like our ideas. In a world without privacy, anything you've written, done, or seen can be used against you, making your life a nightmare. Spying IS censorship. Now that we know, WE decide what happens next.

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Topics: Privacy, Mobile, Encryption, Blog, video, Hacked, News, Data loss, Security

Dominic Gingras

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Dominic Gingras

CTO at EDA Technologies , a technology consulting company focused on consulting for and advising industry clients on technology solutions. Founder of Secure Group, Wireless Data Services and Safe-host

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