5 Intriguing Facts about the NSA

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We may not know the full extent of the NSA’s domestic spying under programs like XKeyscore, ECHELON and PRISM revealed by leaks from whistleblower Edward Snowden, but here are 5 intriguing facts that we do know about the National Security Agency…

Seek more knowledge:
NSA FAQ. http://1.usa.gov/1c0Kk2z

“Inside the Agency Watching You.” http://on-msn.com/15nWuPt

“The Move or How NSA Came to Fort Meade.” http://1.usa.gov/105uhhJ

“The Grueling Application Process To Land A Job At The NSA.” http://read.bi/17qcMy8

“NSA’s involvement in producing Windows Vista.” http://1.usa.gov/10B9jcZ

“Welcome to Utah, the NSA’s desert home for eavesdropping on America.” http://bit.ly/13VUhNn

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19 Comments

  • TheWestcoastrasta
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    That storage facility in Utah is a complete waste of taxpayers money. Did you see how much it costs
    "Protecting Us" yeah right more like spying on every citizen in the United States.

    I'll have you know our congress also gets paid$175.00 an hour drop their pay to $10.10 an hour

    And the Bush family supports the Nazis there grandfather Prescott Bush funded the Nazi War Machine during WW2

  • Muskrai
    Reply

    Tons of shit comments, giving shit to the NSA, they are interesting, yes, and if they do spy on citizens not saying looking at their porn files, not saying I have any or not… They'd look at me and see "Oh, it's just a Kid playing video- IS THAT SKYRIM?!" and they'd tap into my mic, only hearing a ton of Cheese Puns, and me filling Whiterun with Glorious cheese, only for me to be seen as entertaining, and such, not just that, by my excessive Reply to RPG Dialogue and whom I speak with and what fun I make.. LOL

  • s0nnyburnett
    Reply

    Well at the least the CIA isn't spying on me!
    Don't know how I'd fap at night without some alphabet soup agency making sure terrorists aren't invading my privacy and infringing on my rights.

  • BADD1ONE
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    The sumarians used to study there subjects, servants, slaves. All the same thing. Listen to gov. Officials they speak to you. There not with you. Tag readers on cop cars, at toll booths, intersections. All collecting data. Almost all new bussineses are some form of marketing scheme. Every app wants access to your phones entire contents. Simply put we as humans are running out of things to do. ( untill dilithium crystals are discovered). Lol. And the powers that be know it.

  • Robert Ramos
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    Here's what I got to say:
    I DO NOT really care if NSA is spying on me or not. I don't even care if they know that I'm watching porn. As long as they don't think of me as a terrorist, I'm fine with them spying on me.

  • Pasta Sarmonella E-Specialé
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    *6 – Cameras in your room:

    Every time you jack off in your room while the camera is taping your actions, you will have to charge $5 because it got recorded on tape (and remember, it would according to the asshats spying on you, sky rocket the levels of interest AKA the masturbation is weak in this one!).

  • Lupius Neo
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    Wow, that's sad. The NSA's hiring and interview process lasts less than a third of the amount of time the CIA'S does. It takes at minimum 2 years from the point of filing an initial application to get through the background checks for even entry level jobs with the CIA.

  • Chris Seals
    Reply

    NSA Red Flag Words. Copy and paste them anywhere and everywhere.

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  • Michael Kling
    Reply

    They don't care what you do even if they were "watching" you guys lol. There's a filter that looks for specific words that are used. Only when they are used excessively do they even look into the possibility of collection. Even then, they are directed by the USSID, specifically, USSID SP 0018.

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