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NSA Infographic

NSA Going Illegal – What to Expect from Hackers then?

Time and again the American Government has tried to defend the National Security Agency sometimes claiming that its surveillance projects help to prevent attacks like the 9/11 and sometimes citing the Section 215 Patriot Act. But why does NSA need to be defended so badly? In collaboration with companies like Verizon, NSA has been using cell phone monitoring software against American citizens.

Each year, NSA analysts deliberately break thousands of surveillance rules to bug citizens’ calls, e-mails, internet usage and much more. The agency already faces several lawsuits and recent investigations reveal even worse.

The infographic that follows describes this in more detail:

NSA going illegal infographic
Source: Mobistealth Cell phone tracker

Natalia David, a blogger by profession an author significantly contributes towards PC security, cell phone monitoring and iPhone spy software.

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  • Joe Hart September 27, 2013, 4:31 am

    Dan Brown will be very happy to read this.He predicted this a while ago in his book Digital Fortress.

  • Gautam September 26, 2013, 3:41 pm

    This is the thing that i keep thinking about all the time and rumours are also that NSA has it’s chip in New iPhone 5C.Don’t know what’s gonna happen next!!

  • Tushar September 15, 2013, 12:27 pm

    well i think i they have taken this action they must have made discussion with many experts.
    so just now wait and watch what happens
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  • Ryan Biddulph
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    September 15, 2013, 8:07 am

    Hi Natalia,

    I see both sides of the argument. Illegal = bad. But, doing what needs to be done to protect citizens is fine by me.

    The way I see it, if I have nothing to hide, what do I care? I live in NJ – sometimes, as I am usually traveling the world – and 9-11 was quite frankly the most horrible few days, or weeks, in recent American history from my experience.

    I remember the countless funerals on Staten Island, where I spent quite a bit of time. Many firefighters, and police men lived on SI. The funerals were every few hours it seemed. Insane. Depressing. Nightmarish.

    So, to prevent the absolute nightmare that many Tri-Staters suffered through, and the US suffered through, the government can listen in on me, because I have nothing to hide. Go ahead. If it stops another nightmare, when they get good intelligence from spying, I am all for it.

    I know some folks protest, but until they have to deal with nightmares on a personal, intimate level, they will never know what it feels like and why so many folks give the government a pass on this one.

    Thanks for sharing the neat Infographic Natalia ;) Have a great day!

    Ryan
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  • Stephan September 15, 2013, 5:59 am

    I think they have to break rules to try protect us from terrorists.(That what they said)
    But in my opinion, illegal is illegal.NO excuse.
    Thanks for your sharing.

    Stephan Wu

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