Date: November 05, 2012
Filed in: concepts, frontpage, opinion

Global Spying: Realistic Probabilities In Modern Signals Intelligence

A paper on the probabilities of global internet surviellance, presented in 2010 at the Defcon conference in Las Vegas, proving to be close to what becomes common knowledge today.

In this article, we will present insight to the realistic possibilities of Internet mass surveillance. When talking about the threat of Internet surveillance, the common argument is that there is so much traffic that any one conversation or email won’t be picked up unless  there is reason to suspect those concerned; it is impossible that “they” can listen to us all.

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