NSA Surveillance – All Perfectly Legal

Image by Setreset

Image by Setreset

June 18, 2013

Does anyone really think they know what the NSA is doing with all the data they can access? We only know what they feel is appropriate to tell us. But regardless of your comfort with the current state of secret government surveillance, it’s nothing new. In fact, FISA, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, officially hit middle age turning 35 years old this year. And managing government requests for customer information is a regular issue for cloud providers, telephone companies and ISPs. How do they get away with it? See Government Intrusion into the Cloud

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