Foreign agents operating inside the U.S. are mainly the purview of the FBI, which conducts surveillance of their communications through warrants from the FISA court — individualized warrants based on probable cause that a specific person is acting as an agent of a foreign power.
NSA - National Security Agency | HuffPost
Czerno, October 19, 2016 at 12:51 PM Wow, looking forward to Prot-on-ion-mail.He is a long time advocate of privacy rights and has spoken at TED, SXSW, and the Asian Investigative Journalism Conference about online privacy issues.By John Hudson John Hudson is a senior reporter at Foreign Policy, where he covers diplomacy and national.Stephan, October 11, 2016 at 10:31 AM Signal too is targeted by US surveillance agencies — read.This is not very different from the surveillance programmes the American companies are subject.This is a BIG opportunity for non-U.S. entities to provide privacy solutions.Other reporting indicates that there was a significant uptick in unmasking incidents in the latter years of the Obama administration.
Coming to a neighborhood near you: An NSA Surveillance Van It would appear that the NSA is using vans to engage in surveillance against private citizens.
NSA: No better way to protect US than surveillance - YahooWhere do they find these incredibly (the words escape me ) Humans.
Blowback from the NSA Surveillance - Schneier on SecurityWe should note that section 702 is due to lapse unless reauthorized later this year, so the new rules will obviously be subjected to close scrutiny.
Unfortunately, the tech sector today is entirely dominated by US companies.Make usable Contacts and Calendars and THEN say that you present a viable alternative to Gmail, Yahoo and Outlook.
Exclusive: Snowden tried to tell NSA about. which included his claims that he raised concerns and complaints about NSA surveillance programs before he made.Signal is vulnerable because it is developed, managed, hosted in the US.It sifts through these packets, finds and assembles the components of the email it was looking for, and then discards the rest. (A New York Times report by Charlie Savage earlier this week, in connection with a different FISA issue, provides a good explanation of this process.
“Eavesdropping on America”: The NSA’s OrwellianHow the Government Tracks You: NSA Surveillance Fight for the Future. Out of control government surveillance is a dangerous form of censorship.The new procedures redouble efforts to assure that the database collects only foreign communications (i.e., at least one end of the communication is outside the U.S.).
This week, it was revealed that as a result of a secret US government directive.NSA surveillance programs can cover roughly 75% of all U.S. internet traffic, a WSJ examination shows.While that kind of incidental collection raises the concerns of privacy advocates, it is a small problem compared to upstream collection, the technology of which poses profound Fourth Amendment challenges.Yahoo is in fact under a gag order and from a legal standpoint, they cannot confirm the mass surveillance (in other words, they must deny the story or avoid making any statements that would be seen as a confirmation).
Surveillance State: NSA Spying and more — Global Issues
Reviewing the surveillance state | The Economist
The Intercept reported that the U.S. government is using primarily NSA surveillance to target people for drone strikes overseas.
What Does the NSA Acronym PRISM Stand For? - ThoughtCo
In June of this year, whistleblower Edward Snowden, a worker...The NSA must instead capture packets of e-mail data — which include lots of e-mails beside the targeted e-mail.
“NSA Surveillance Network #1492″ Appears on WirelessFrom a legal perspective, there is nothing that makes Yahoo particularly vulnerable, or Google particularly invulnerable.
The Trump Justice Department proposed new procedures in late March, which the FISA court has approved.It means that US tech companies that serve billions of users around the world can now be forced to act as extensions of the US surveillance apparatus.The NSA intentionally and routinely intercepted communications of American citizens in violation of the Constitution.