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Monday, December 16, 2013

NSA Agreed To Share American's Communication Data With Isreal

Many Ameicans were not surprised by recent relevations, based on documents taken by Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden that NSA is spying on them. The widespread use of undercover agents, informants, and surveillance in Muslim -American communities has has been well publicised. In the months after 9/11 attacks, president George W. Bush authorised eavesdropping on domestic telephones, internet, and email communications of Americans and other inside without the approval of the court. Information about Bush's "terrorists' Surveillance Program" was leaked to USA Today and New York Times in 2006. Americans learned that telecommunication companies including AT&T, MCi. Sprint, Verizone and Bellsouth were handing over to NSA personal and business phone records of tens of millions of Americans. Defending his eavesdropping program Bush insisteed that NSA was limited only to monitoring international phones and email communications linked to people having connections with Al Qaeda. Bush's program was criticised and challenged as illegal because NSA had not obtained warrants from Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (FISA) Court. This program was discontinued in 2007. According to a stunning series of reports, first published on June 5 in Guardian, The Washington Post and other medias outlets under Barrack Obama NSA has continued collecting the phone records of millins of Americans. A top secret court order issued on April 25, 2013, also released by Snowden, required Verizone on an "ongoing, daily basis" to give the NSA all the information on phone calls, in its systems, both within the Us and between the Us and other countries. Snowden also leaked information to the Guardian's glenn Greenwald about NSA's PRISM program. Launched in 2007, PRISM required technology companies--- including Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, Google, Youtube, Facebook, PaltalkSkype and Apple to provide NSA with access to users' data so it could perform, "extensive, in-depth surveillance on live communication and stored information." The most damaging of all the revelations by Snowden was the news that in 2009, two months after Obama took office-- NSA agreed to provide all this intelligence data to foreign country--- israel. Courtsy (

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