What people don’t get is that the #FBI, #NSA, CIA, Government already have backdoors.
If FBI gets it’s way with it’s paid of judges, over Apples strong stance to add another #backdoor to their services, some news media says the next step is the Government invading your home devices, TV, home phone, anything connected to the internet.
What nobody get’s is that the Government already has a backdoor to your home TV, Computer, Tablet, #Apple device.
The only thing that differs here is, they are making it public knowledge, instead of hiding behind the shadows of leaked documents from spy and leakers like Edward Snowden.
Microsoft handed the NSA access #10 years [...]
We have and continue to uncover #Apple‘s dirty secrets, although in the media they claim they have no knowledge of this, these spy files prove, Apple’s rotten lies.
As well as its upstream collection programs, the #NSA also has Prism, which, according to the Snowden documents, is the biggest single contributor to its intelligence reports. It is a “downstream” program – which means the agency collects the data from Google, Facebook, Apple, Yahoo and other US internet giants. One slide claims the agency has “direct access” to their servers, but this has been hotly disputed by the companies, who say they only comply with lawful requests for [...]
Now Microsoft allows the NSA to track you without a spyware program. In the past Microsoft was caught allowing the NSA to read your emails before encrypting them. They have been caught allowing the NSA to grab Skype conversations. They have given the NSA a back door to track or access your computer. Click our database for more Microsoft NSA agreements
Now through updates the joint venture between the Microsoft Nsa is through Microsoft updates. We learned recently that Microsoft is no longer going to label what the update does, before this goes into effect we found [...]
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals #court Friday overturned an earlier decision against the federal government’s bulk collection of telephone data from millions of Americans.
The program, struck down in a 2013 federal district court opinion and since altered by President Obamaand Congress, was allowed to stand — at least for now — by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The panel sent the case back to district court for further hearings.
U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled in 2013, in a lawsuit brought by conservative activist Larry Klayman, that the legal challenge to the massive surveillance program — disclosed [...]