The NSA Is Building the Country’s Biggest Spy Center – Spying On The World

After you read this article, you will see just how powerful and wide reaching the American spy agency NSA’s tentacles go.

Remember if you are using Yahoo, Google, Microsoft mail and Facebook whether you are American or someone outside of America , your personal communications will be part of the NSA’s database of metadata to search against.

American phone calls or calls routed through America are recorded by the NSA as well.

For you Americans that did not heed warnings from the likes of Gerald Celente or Alex Jones and were oblivious to the fact that your own government can infringe on your privacy right down to the letters you type in your e-mail and the words you say on phone conversations, you need to take action now and find alternative e-mail systems, cloud file storage and search engines.

Now make sure you read the WIRED Magazines article with extensive details on the NSA datacenter in Utah.

Here’s a few paragraphs:
“The eavesdropping on Americans doesn’t stop at the telecom switches. To capture satellite communications in and out of the US, the agency also monitors AT&T’s powerful earth stations, satellite receivers in locations that include Roaring Creek and Salt Creek. Tucked away on a back road in rural Catawissa, Pennsylvania, Roaring Creek’s three 105-foot dishes handle much of the country’s communications to and from Europe and the Middle East. And on an isolated stretch of land in remote Arbuckle, California, three similar dishes at the company’s Salt Creek station service the Pacific Rim and Asia.”

In addition to giving the NSA access to a tremendous amount of Americans’ personal data, such an advance would also open a window on a trove of foreign secrets. While today most sensitive communications use the strongest encryption, much of the older data stored by the NSA, including a great deal of what will be transferred to Bluffdale once the center is complete, is encrypted with more vulnerable ciphers. “Remember,” says the former intelligence official, “a lot of foreign government stuff we’ve never been able to break is 128 or less. Break all that and you’ll find out a lot more of what you didn’t know—stuff we’ve already stored—so there’s an enormous amount of information still in there.”

Just reading the two paragraphs above, scares the heck out of me, that the U.S.A has or will have the most powerful spying system in the world and that no one is safe from the NSA’s prying eyes and ears.

What I find funny is that the U.S government has been criticizing the China government on surveillance and privacy, meanwhile secretly has been doing the exact same or more spying on their own U.S citizens. Can you trust the U.S government when the U.S government is so “hypocritical” ?

WIRED Magazines article with extensive details on the NSA datacenter in Utah

by Das Brain

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