Thursday, June 6, 2013

U.S. spy million mobile calls

The National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States is recording and collecting data calls of millions of mobile phone users. The agency issued a classified top secret order to have access to this medium.
U.S. spy million mobile calls

The order was approved on April 25 by the so-called Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) , which offered unlimited authority such validation on the Obama administration to obtain data for an initial three-month period ending on July 19 . Verizon, provide the agency daily with calls or communications both within the United States and international calls to and from U.S.

This records includes: the location of the data, duration of calls, the unique identifiers and the date and time of those calls.The contents of the communication as such are not covered, according to the British newspaper, the guardian.

Neither the NSA, the White House, the Department of Justice nor Verizon have declined to comment on this discovery, which brings about the invasion of privacy and violation of fundamental rights of American citizens

Although the data do not contain message content or personal information from the owners of a specific phone number, or if Verizon is the only carrier affected with an order of this kind, this shows that mobile call records are no longer private.


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