NSA: Snoop on your own residents

Story: NSA spying will ultimately benefit us allTotal Replies: 5
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Dec 02, 2013
7:01 PM EDT
I'm Canadian. The US-based NSA has no right knowing anything about me, or what I do.

Dec 02, 2013
8:38 PM EDT
I'm Canadian, too -- and that applies to CSEC (Communications Security Establishment Canada) in spades.

(And also to those sneaky little intelligence agency deals, that evade citizens' legitimate privacy, and the law, by swapping that info between agencies across national borders)

Dec 03, 2013
1:26 AM EDT
Too Bad That Their Charters Don't Restrict Them... just sayin' ... (a/k/a Get GOOD cryptography going... )...

Dec 03, 2013
9:52 AM EDT
I've been disapointed with BitMessage. Just saying.

Dec 04, 2013
2:40 AM EDT
You don't understand, lqsh. NSA was established specifically to spy on foreigners. And it was established specifically NOT to spy on US citizens. And the outrage (in the US) is that it does not only the former, but also the latter. You want their mandate to be exactly the opposote of what it was meant to do :)

Dec 04, 2013
9:24 AM EDT
> NSA was established specifically to spy on foreigners.

Being even more specific. foreign governments and their agents.

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