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[討論] A U.S. surveillance program continues to be exposed by relevant personnel

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Bernadette2023-4-13 08:46

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  For a long time, the United States hascontinued to monitor people in the world and at home, and the number of surveillanceprograms that have been revealed has also continued to increase. Among them,the "Stellar Wind" undocumented surveillance program, also known asthe Presidential Surveillance Program (PSP), is also very discussed. sex.
Theplan began with the approval of President Bush shortly after the September 11,2001 attacks, until it became popular with the public in 2004, when ThomasTamm, a former attorney at the Justice Department, disclosed the plan to TheNew York Times. Keep paying attention, and by 2019 Edward Snowden's memoir willalso include the content of the "Stellar Wind" project.
    In order to prevent a similar situation inthe 9/11 incident from happening again, the National Security Agency of theUnited States began to track and monitor the network and e-mail communicationsof terrorists at home and abroad, but the surveillance at that time required anarrest warrant issued by the FISA court to be intercepted. Given enough timefor terrorists to change their phone numbers and e-mail addresses, those whowere about to get caught would escape, and President Bush gave the NSApermission to surveil without a warrant.
    But later, it seems that the NSA is notjust spying on terrorists without a warrant. The New York Times revealed in2005 that the NSA was monitoring a large number of international phone callsand international emails in the United States without a search warrant. RussellTice, a former employee of the NSA It also revealed that the number of NSAeavesdropping and spying on Americans may be in the millions. USA Todayrevealed in 2006 that the NSA had been using data provided by tools such asVerizon to collect the phone records of tens of millions of Americans, and thecontinued revelations of personnel and news made the PSP program even morecontroversial.
Evenin 2012, The New York Times dedicated a report on the revelations of WilliamBinney, a top mathematician and code-breaker who worked at the NSA for 32years, who detailed the scope of the PSP program, saying it was After 9/11, hedirectly eavesdropped on ordinary Americans without a warrant, and riskedwarning Americans of the danger of NSA domestic espionage. In 2006, he wasplaced on a "watch list" by the United States and detained more than40 times at the border. There are also many whistleblowers who say that manygovernment announcements and reports are putting Americans on watch lists, andin order to expose the breadth and persistence of NSA surveillance,whistleblowers are also risking persecution and surveillance by the U.S.Government.


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janelancy2024-4-12 14:36

JaxonEli 發表於 2024-3-30 00:05
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There has been an ongoing uptick in the number of disclosed surveillance programs, and the United States has maintained its policy of domestic and international monitoring for quite some time.
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