- 06-07-2013, 04:40 PM #1
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United States intelligence admitted that monitors mobile users
United States intelligence community was gathering information calls in the country's three largest mobile operators, as well as search queries, email and transactional data through credit cards. It said sources familiar with the work of the National Security Agency (NSA).
Under the control of the authorities were also phone metadata mobile operators AT & T and Sprint Nextel, Internet service providers and information on purchases, credit card payment systems.
Director of national intelligence James Clapper said on Thursday 6 June, decided to declassify some information about the surveillance, to convince Americans that their private information is not subject to unauthorized monitoring. According to Klèppera, the surveillance is conducted only with the permission of the Court, there is a small part of communication, and do so only experts on terrorism and to combat terrorism.
Most members of Congress supported the reconnaissance community. "We should All just calm down and realize that there is nothing new in this," said Democratic Senate majority leader Harry Reid. However, the human rights organization in the United States was heavily criticized.
Earlier the Guardian published a secret court ruling that secret service agents got access to data calls all business subscribers of Verizon's largest operator. In addition, the newspaper reported that all of the major Internet companies, including Google, Facebook, Microsoft provided the razvedsoobŝestvu access to their servers. Internet company deny this.
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