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The Man Who Knew too much about Mass Surveillance; China’s Cyberspying Unimaginable – If We Ignore NSA

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 16:39
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The Man Who Knew Too Much, From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance – Thomas Drake on RAI (3/5). Mr. Drake says the suspension of the Constitution that took place in secret after 9/11, for all intents and purposes, developed with executive orders, regulations, statutes, and oftentimes in cooperation with the Congress – since 1947.


China’s Cyberspying Is ‘On a Scale No One Imagined’ – If You Pretend NSA Doesn’t Exist. China is accused of obtaining personal information about 20 million Americans, federal employees and contractors, and that’s a big deal. But the US’s NSA, according to documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, processes 20 billion phone calls and internet messages every day.


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