xeni at August 8th, 2013 15:16 — #1
listener43 at August 8th, 2013 16:02 — #2
It occurs to me that my site and email is housed in 'Canada' while I reside in the 'US'. I suppose that means that every email to or from that account is "international" enough for the NSA to "legitimately" log and scan it.
Wow. Who knew that a choice of a web host could open one up to such things?
Note - countries may have been disguised to disguise the disguiser.
thaumatechnicia at August 8th, 2013 16:23 — #3
For my non-Canadian 'Net stuff, it leaves Halifax, via undersea cable and heads off to New York. That's why, since at least a few weeks now, any email I can encrypt to the recipient's PGP key, gets encrypted.
boundegar at August 8th, 2013 18:21 — #4
Dang, I have no idea where my provider is. But it doesn't really matter - at most it means a different department is reading my mail.
melted_crayons at August 8th, 2013 19:03 — #5
I thought it was obvious by now that NSA sees everything -- no limits whatsoever.
tribune at August 8th, 2013 22:41 — #6
Ok what does the NSA do about viruses? Given the grand vacuum approach they are going for they must get a huge number of viruses potentially stored in their databases. Are they removed? Are they left in place? If you embed a virus fragment in your communication would it be deleted?
xeni at August 13th, 2013 15:16 — #7
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