Thursday, June 6, 2013

Beware!!! NSA Watches Your Every Online Move

Remember the song 'I will be watching you' by sting:
Every move you make
Every step you take
I'll be watching you

Well that was a good song for the lovers - but even if you are not in love, you are still be watched - not by Sting but by NSA.

Do you think you are safe when you get online? Well if you do, let me tell you that every move you make online is being traced and monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA) of the USA or better called No Such Agency - no matter which country you belong to.

Business Insider has shared a few PowerPoint slides that give details how the National Security Agency partnered with nine tech companies, including Apple, Microsoft and Google, to monitor users' activity, quoting Washington Post and the Guardian.

As per the report, the NSA seems to have direct access to these companies' servers in order to directly watch user communications.

The program, called PRISM, is nominally aimed at foreign actors, but the Post reports that purely domestic communications could easily end up in NSA hands, so long as an algorithm estimated at least a 51 percent probability that they were foreign.

Watch the slides down below to know how your every move is monitored:

SEE ALSO:  The Guardian's report on how the NSA mines Internet user data

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