7 Responses to “Slides show secret NSA program to take data from internet firms, feds claim “inaccuracies” in reports (Updated)”

  1. How people ever thought this wasnt happening is beyond me. One look at the vicious corruption that is the international banks (and their respective governments) should be more than enough to show you that our privacy is a big joke. NSA works for the banks. CIA works for the banks. FEMA works for the banks. As well as every other acronym organization we have. People need to worry less about symptoms of a problem, and more about the problem. Our privacy and every other one of our rights are being regularly assaulted because the government is controlled by the international banks, and they dont want us to have anywhere near as much freedom as we do. If people just keep focusing on the singular issues that upset them personally we will NEVER GET ANYWHERE. Look at the root cause instead. WHY are they all up in your info? WHY dont we have control over our govt? The international banks are the answer. Thats where our focus needs to be.

  2. Bruce

    A lot of people seem surprised by this, but I’ve assumed for many, many years that government agencies lie and do all sorts of illegal spying in the name of national security.

    If you want something to stay private, don’t put it on a frigging network!

  3. Kaithe

    One might speculate that the “numerous inaccuracies” extend to a bunch of incorrectly placed commas and poor capitalisation of words.

  4. I’m sure it’s all for my protection and would never be used against me. I completely give up all my rights to the Federal Government. Politicians and their crony’s always know far better than I.

  5. The fact that the program is “entirely legal” is entirely the problem. Legal does not mean constitutional. This needs to be tested in courts. Perhaps the the whole Patriot Act.