America’s Surveillance State, Part 2: Inside The NSA: How Do They Spy?

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PressTV Documentaries on Oct 23, 2014

The Bug Stops Here

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We live in the United States of Surveillance — with cameras increasingly positioned on street corners and with much more invisible spying online and on the phone. Anyone who is paying attention knows that privacy could be out the window. All of this is not happening by accident -well funded powerful agencies and companies are engaged in the business of keeping tabs on what we do, what we say, and what we think.

To many in the world, today, the face of America also has A BIG NOSE for sniffing and sifting mountains of data—phone calls, emails and texts. And with many mouths silenced by paranoia to keep what they decide is secret, secret. America has become a Surveillance-Industrial State where everyone’s business has become its business, and where one huge US intelligence Agency has been given the sanction and unlimited amounts of money to spy on the whole world.

Mass Surveillance is the focus of this new 6 part investigative documentary series examining who is watching whom and why.

see

America’s Surveillance State, Part 1: The Surveillance Machine

America’s Surveillance State, Part 3: The Press Versus The NSA

America’s Surveillance State, Part 4: The Surveillance Industrial Complex

America’s Surveillance State, Part 5: Insider Threats

America’s Surveillance State, Part 6: The Future

Edward Snowden to EU: No Legal Means Exist To Challenge Mass Surveillance

Chris Hedges and William Binney on Obama #NSA Guidelines, Part 2 + Transcript

Chris Hedges and William Binney on Obama #NSA Guidelines, Part 1 + Transcript

Inside Obama’s “Orwellian World” Where Whistleblowing Has Become Espionage: The Case of Thomas Drake (must-see)

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  9. The NZ intelligence service (as a member of 5 eyes and Echelon) surely do their bit at a cost of $100 million a year to the taxpayer: http://peoplestrustmalaysia.wordpress.com/2014/10/22/five-eyes-spy-fee-new-zealand-annually-forks-out-over-100-mn-for-intel-funding/

    NZ is responsible for monitoring all phone and electronic communications crossing the Pacific.

    This country also receives direct funding from NSA for their spying activities: http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/interview-glenn-greenwald/

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