Jan 27, 2014

The NSA: America's Eavesdropper-in-Chief The National Security Agency might be described as the federal government's chief eavesdropper. The NSA is so secretive that for years, the U.S. government PRESS vs the NSA | America's Surveillance State (Edward PRESS vs the NSA | America’s Surveillance State (Edward Snowden) | EP3 | Technology Documentary. In a country that describes itself as a democracy and the leader of the free world it’s an enormous problem for the government to know more about the people than the people know about what the government’s doing. But since the terrorist Soka Gakkai Expose | NSA exposed CONSUMER BUDDHISM: NSA, PATRIOTISM, AND AMERICA by . Harry S. Pariser. A plate of oranges sits to left of the altar in the Daly City church; apples are to the right. Seated in pews facing an open Gohonzon (a sacrosanct altar box containing a relic tablet replica), devotees clasp rosaries tightfistedly as they chime "Nam myo ho renge kyo"--incessantly chanting the mantra (which literally means

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NSA, based on the recently published FISA court order demanding Verizon turn over all customer phone records including who is talking to whom, when and for how long—to the NSA. This so-called “metadata,” especially when collected in bulk and aggregated, allows the government to track the associations of various political and religious

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