fredag 6 december 2013

Snowden: - NSA spårar alla mobiltelefoner på planeten jorden och lagrar data för sociogram

2013-12-04. NSA samlar in över 5 miljarder loggar från mobiltelefoner - Varje dag...
- Ett nytt läckt dokument från Edward Snowden avslöjar att NSA redan har kapacitet att spåra ALLA mobiltelefoner på "planeten jorden..."

NSA:s enorma spårningskapacitet  gäller oavsett om mobilen är registrerad eller inte. D.v.s. även tillfälligt avslagna mobiler eller mobiler där batteriet tagits ur, kartläggs noga via avancerade program, så fort de kommunicerar på nytt. NSA bygger sedan sociogram via sina insamlade data, vilket gör att även en s.k. anonym telefon snabbt kan knytas till ett nätverk eller en grupp personer och slutligen oftast till en specifik användare, då även GPS-data lagras...

NSA tracks 5 billion cell phone locations a day 

Publicerad den 4 dec 2013
The National Security Agency has a bulk data collection program that tracks 5 billion cell phone locations worldwide each day, according to the latest document leak by whistleblower Edward Snowden. 

- The information collected is stored in a database that can be used to track the locations of hundreds of million devices, the people who use those phones and to create complex relationship maps of who is interacting with whom and where they are interacting. 

Although the NSA denies using the program to track Americans, it also denied such a program existed. RT's Sam Sacks takes a look at how the NSA might use this program to track Americans via their cell phone locations, especially those who travel abroad.

Snowden: - NSA spårar alla mobiltelefoner på planeten jorden och lagrar data för sociogram

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  1. -Latest Snowden leak reveals NSA’s goal to continually expand surveillance abilities-

    November 23

    In a mission statement last year the US National Security Agency described how it would continue to expand its power and assert itself as the global leader in clandestine surveillance, according to a new report based on the Edward Snowden leaks.

    The five-page document brought to light Friday by the New York Times reveals the intelligence agency’s intention to “aggressively pursue legal authorities and a policy framework mapped more fully to the information age.” The spy agency sought the ability to trace “anyone, anywhere, anytime,” according to its 2012 mission statement.

    Dated February 2012, the memo was written after PRISM and many of the other programs that have since outraged the public were implemented. It describes a four-year plan to push the NSA past its current status and into “the golden age of SIGINT,” code for signals intelligence.

    “The interpretation and guidelines for applying our authorities, and in some cases the authorities themselves, have not kept pace with the complexity of the technology and target environments, or the operational expectations levied on NSA’s mission.”

    The document, given the name “SIGINT Strategy 2012-2016,” falls short of explaining exactly how it would go about assuming more power, but does make clear that the so-called “culture of compliance” would not give up any concessions. The paper indicates NSA leaders communicated the need for more power in order to effectively carry out its duties.

    NSA officials did note their plan to subvert cyber-security techniques so intelligence analysts are able to extract information on “anyone, anytime, anywhere.”[...]

  2. -‘Nothing is beyond our reach’: Evil octopus strangling the world becomes latest US intelligence seal-

    RT December 06, 2013

    Billions of dollars annually are being used to fund operations conducted by the United States intelligence community, the likes of which allow the government to eavesdrop on emails, listen to world leaders’ phone calls and about everything in-between.

    One thing that budget hasn’t bought, however, is subtlety. The US National Reconnaissance Office launched a top-secret surveillance satellite into space Thursday evening, and the official emblem for the spy agency’s latest mission is, well, certainly accurate, to say the least.

    The Office of the Director of National Intelligence live-tweeted Thursday’s launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and throughout the course of the ordeal made no effort to ignore the logo for the NROL-39 mission.

    The latest spy satellite to be sent into orbit by the NRO can be recognized by its seal: a malevolent octopus with furrowed brows that also happens to be wrapping its tentacles around all corners of the Earth.

    “Nothing is beyond our reach,” the NRO boasts on the bottom half of the emblem just below the most sinister-looking cephalopod likely ever to be sent into space.

    Along with the National Security Agency and more than a dozen others, the NRO is one of 16 federal offices under the directive of DNI James Clapper and is responsible for building and operating the spy satellites used to collect intelligence around the world.

  3. Federal Prison Population Grows 27 Percent in 10 Years - Followed by the usual "The victim made the cop do it" and "the cop acted within department policy guidelines" crap.

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  4. Hej!
    Fortsätt med det du gör, brinner för samma sak.

    1. :) Go for it!

      "att utbilda och informera svenska folket om vad som verkligen pågår"
      - är nog lika lätt, som att lära en gravid elefant att dansa tango..?

      Bra att bilderna kommer till användning på fler ställe...



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