Keeping Track of Web Activity - Can the Government See

NSA voice recognition technology: ‘Blanket surveillance The US National Security Agency (NSA) is using voice recognition software to spy on people and detect their locations, according to declassified documents obtained by the media. The NSA has been recording and gathering private phone calls to identify people by their unique “voiceprint” for more than a decade.. RT discussed the issue with William Binney, former NSA technical director and NSA Prism program taps in to user data of Apple, Google Jun 07, 2013 Browser Tracking & the NSA (Mac, Linux, game, mouse

Jan 19, 2014 · A large part of the issue surrounded the interception of personal data held by internet companies such as Google, Yahoo and Facebook by the American NSA and British GCHQ agencies both overtly through PRISM and covertly from fibre-optic cables, and the logic behind the indiscriminate collection of personal data under the alibi of “national

Aug 21, 2013 Snowden's subsequent disclosures included statements that government agencies such as the United Kingdom's GCHQ also undertook mass interception and tracking of internet and communications data – described by Germany as "nightmarish" if true – allegations that the NSA engaged in "dangerous" and "criminal" activity by "hacking" civilian

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