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The NSA and Privacy

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Ian Groh

on 2 February 2017

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Transcript of The NSA and Privacy

Spying and the NSA
Intercepting communications
Protecting your privacy
Browse the web anonymously with Tor. Tor is a web browser that allows you to connect to the internet anonymously
Have private chat’s using OTR ( Of the record). OTR is a messaging system that uses encrypted code
Don't use location services on cell phones or computers to not give away where you work or live
NSA spying
The NSA has been accused of spying on people through various different ways. they spy on people through phones, computers, street cameras.
The NSA intercepts data flow from browsers like google and yahoo and the NSA tapped into its servers.
NSA also engages in offensive hacking operations. NSA has an elite hacking group called Tailored access operations
Headquarters: Maryland
Founder: Harry S. Truman
Founded: November 4, 1952
Motto: "Defending Our Nation. Securing The Future."
Fun Fact
illuminati spelled backwards in the url bar takes you to the NSA website.
Privacy Facts
Ian Groh
75% of people who send emails are concerned that their personal information will be read by someone else other than the intended recipient.
14% said they are not concerned about how email providers like Google and Yahoo! are using information from their private messages for targeted advertisements. On the flip side, 56% said they were extremely/very concerned/concerned with this.
34% said they have begun using a secure email provider, encrypted technologies, or installing a secure browser to help protect their privacy online.
The most important thing to remember is that THE INTERNET IS FOREVER. Anything you post will be accessible forever, so don’t post a picture or a comment that you may be ashamed of later. Also you never know who could be watching what you do online.
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