Have you ever read the book “1984” by George Orwell?
If you haven’t, then you should consider reading it.
Written 35 years before its dated title, 1984 is a dystopian prediction of what the future holds, which is a lot of tyranny, censorship, Public Surveillance (Big Brother) and war. Orwell explores what used to be England and is now an authoritarian state.
If you’ve been paying attention to news lately, you may have read or seen the news reports of escalating invasions of personal privacy by the US Government.
Are you also aware that everything you do on the internet is “saved” and “stored” by the National Security Agency in USA?
The British Newspaper the Guardian has revealed that ; The United States National Security Agency (NSA) has been snooping on web users’ email, browsing history, Facebook Chat conversations and more through a programme called Xkeyscore.
The Guardian published some new documents provided by NSA PRISM whistleblower Edward Snowden on Wednesday, which reveal that the NSA’s snooping is worse than was first thought.
Through a programme called Xkeyscore the NSA – along with outside analysts such as Snowden – can access web users’ emails, Facebook chats, web browsing histories and, well, “nearly everything a typical user does on the internet”, according to the document.
This reportedly can be accessed by NSA analysts without prior authorisation, the Guardian reported, although a FISA warrant theoretically is required if the person in question is a US citizen.
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