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NSA

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Ale Maldonado

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What is the NSA?
5/12/14
Bea S.
The NSA is our National Security Agency...
They strive to protect our country from terrorists, and ever since the devastating 9/11, extra precautions have been made.
The NSA have been spending billions and have been collecting data.
Ashley L.
However, not just any data. Nearly everyone-if not, then every single person-have been recorded, no matter where you live. For example, in an article called 'No Place to Hide' in the Washington Post, it states that the NSA collected data around the world from EVERYTHING. You are always being watched.
It is quite unfair. We have the right for our own privacy, but that has easily become invaded by the NSA. They use many techniques and work with different people to keep track of our conversations.
They've recorded over 97 billion emails and 124 billion phone calls from around the world in only a one-month period last year.
Ale M.
Natalie A.
There's something called 'X-KEYSCORE' which is the NSA's favorite technique.
It taps into every computer's keyscores and monitors a user's email, social media, and web browsing activity, 24/7. In one month, this brought in around 41 billion pieces of data from around the world.
Natalie A.
All this was caused by the Patriot Act in 2001, after the country was wary after several terrorist attacks.
The Government began to put up surveillance of suspicious people, but now it has spread to everyone.

Texting and calling isn't a break away from snoopy parents who read your notes. The NSA reads and monitors everyone's phones, computers, and web browsers, 24/7.
Ever since 9/11 and terrorists have been striking, the NSA was founded by Harry S. Truman, the 33rd president of the U.S. in the 50's.
The NSA have stopped over fifty possible terrorist attacks in the past few years. They strive to protect our nation from further attacks and internet breaches.
However, they don't just stop the threat. They pose a threat to us. And to everyone in the world that they monitor.
The NSA monitor everyone in the world, no matter the country. They record each and every phone call, text message conversation, email, and video message. Everyone everywhere is always being watched and recorded.
The privacy level of one monitored by the NSA has distinguished nearly completely. The US passed the Freedom of Information and Privacy act in 1974, where it has established certain controls over what personal information is collected by the federal government and how it is used. With the many branches of the NSA, privacy is basically impossible nowadays.
They are literally reading every word we are texting...
Ale
Natalie's Iphone
Natalie's Iphone
Amald11602@gmail.com
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The NSA monitors everyone's emails, messaging, phone calls,
gotthat_swag
and web browser. We find it unfair that everyone worldwide is being watched and
monitored just to keep our nation safe. It's good sometimes, like keeping us safe from
terrorists, but still, we all deserve our privacy! And they even see our social media, like.
#STOPTHENSA
#WEDESERVEOURPRIVACY
Yahoo
Paltalk
Flappy Bird
Sources
www.nsa.gov
www.cnn.com/2013/12/27/justice/nsa-ruling/index.html
www.theguardian.com/world/nsa
www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/may/14/nsa-eavesdropping-program-constitutional
video: www.theguardian.com/world/interactive/2013/nov/01/snowden-nsa-files-surveillance-revelations-decoded
www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/nsa-collects-millions-of-e-mail-address-books-globally/2013/10/14/8e58b5be-34f9-11e3-80c6-7e6dd8d22d8f_story.html
You suck at this game.
Don't even bother
sharing this because even the NSA will laugh.
In honor of those cat lovers xD
Questions?
gotthat_swag
P.S. This may look like a ransom note but it's not
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