Security researcher Jacob Appelbaum revealed depressing details, about the National Security Agency’s spy programs.
Video of Presentation on PRISM
Security researcher Jacob Appelbaum revealed depressing details, about the National Security Agency’s spy programs, at a computer conference in Germany, when he presented previously unpublished NSA files.
“They would be able to break into this phone, almost certainly, and turn on the microphone,” Appelbaum said, “All without a court order, and that to me is really scary.” Indeed, classified files shown later during his presentation revealed a device, now known as a Stingray, that allows the NSA, another agency or group to construct a fake cell tower, to eavesdrop on texts and talks alike.
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