Whistleblower: NSA stores 80% of all phone calls, not just metadata - full audio


Since the 1950's, telephones have been used as monitoring devices. When not actively in use, land-line telephones can be used listen to people in their homes. It is called "hot on the hook".

"Finally, the horrible truth became too obvious to ignore: the system AT&T was designing was intended to put a full-time, 24-hour-a-day, illegal wire tap on every telephone in the United States! This diabolical invasion of privacy was to be accomplished by routing all telephone calls through a giant central processing center, where high-speed computers would "listen" to and record each and every call. If the computer detected certain "key words" or "key phrases", the recording would be "flagged" for later analysis by Federal agents. If no such "keys" were detected, the call would be erased. The system also provided for remotely activating the microphones in telephone handset, thus effectively "bugging" any home that Government agents might desire. This procedure is called making a telephone "hot on the hook."

Whistleblower: NSA stores 80% of all phone calls, not just metadata - full audio


July 12, 2014


"At least 80 percent of all audio calls are gathered and stored by the NSA, whistleblower William Binney has revealed. The former code-breaker says the spy agency’s ultimate aim is no less than total population control.

The National Security Agency lies about what it stores, said William Binney, one of the highest profile whistleblowers to ever emerge from the NSA, at a conference in London organized by the Center for Investigative Journalism on July 5. Binney left the agency shortly after the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center because he was disgusted at the organizations move towards public surveillance."
Read More: http://rt.com/news/172284-nsa-stores-calls-audio/

September 04, 2015


Fake Cell Phone towers that called "Stingrays" that intercept and record cell phone data have been built in states all across the U.S.

New U.S. Department of Justice guidelines announced Thursday say warants are needed to use Stingrays and other cell-site simulators to intercept cellphone data and place limits on the information that can be collected.

However, the guidelines also say that the warrant requirement doesn’t apply under “exigent circumstances” and “exceptional circumstances,” CNN reports.

The new policy, which is the first of its kind, applies to federal law enforcement agencies, the Associated Press reports. It will not apply to state and local law enforcement, unless they are working in conjunction with federal agencies.

So state police and your Local boss hog will continue to mine and look at your text messages and hear your phone conversation with impunity. Talk about power.

More at: http://www.abajournal.com/news/





July 12, 2014 The ultimate goal of the NSA is total population control

At least 80% of all audio calls, not just metadata, are recorded and stored in the US, says whistleblower William Binney – that's a 'totalitarian mentality'




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