NSA infiltrates Yahoo, Google data centers

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Google Data Center  – ” Welcome to my brain “

 

… by  Jim W. Dean, VT Editor   … with  Press TV, Tehran

 

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[ Editors Note:  This comes as no surprise to any of us old timers.  Anything that in the Internet that is connected to anything else can be intercepted anywhere along the line. Data centers are obviously a prime target.

And yes folks, as long is it is done ‘overseas’ it is perfectly legal and always has been. It fact, it is so legal that no stink has ever been made about it before.

As for spying on allies, a lot of the silliness going on about that is crocodile tears. We occasionally publicly mention  that Israeli operations here are ‘extensive’. Even less is said about the French.

They are the folks who tapped the first class seats on their Concorde fleet to see what the rich folks were talking about once they got nice and relaxed with a few drinks.

As for tapping the phones of leaders, name me a country who would not do this if they had the ability to do so? And for all this righteous indignation by the EU folks over their communication intercepts, how many of you have read one word about the Israelis doing that same thing, and for a long long time? I have not seen a single word in print. Gooollie!!! Imagine that. They all  must have just forgotten that the Zios are way up at the top on intercept espionage.

Not even the NSA will complain publicly of our own security being compromised via the Zio’s espionage by infiltrating Homeland Security from day one with Mr. Chertoff’s hard wiring them into the key communication slots that they wanted.

The last sad day for this one

The last sad day for this French Concorde

Another huge item that never gets discussed are these online back up data storage companies. Who do you think dreamed all that up?

I am going to store all my archive files at your house, and I have to pay you to do this. And you can tell me what your name is because that is secret.

And when I ask to see your last data mining report for a company officer background check you tell me that would be an invasion of your privacy? Oh…that is cute. You should to stand up comedy!

How secure to you think their facilities are for everything flowing into them being grabbed…or that they are the grabbers themselves? The Cloud is another extension of someone wanting to get everybody’s storage ‘out there’ where they could get at it…as ‘out there’ has a kind of an over seasy sound to it, which makes it legal to grab. Are you beginning to see how extensive the planning for all of this has been?

The final irony is on Google. It led the way in collecting everything they can about you, saving a record of your searches forever, and then selling that information to strangers…they feel they have been violated? That is a hoot. Please pass the Kleenex as I am laughing so hard the tears are flowingJim W. Dean ]

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Published on Press TV – October 30, 2013

 

Newly leaked documents show the US National Security Agency infiltrates the main communication links that connect Yahoo and Google’s data centers outside the US.

 

The Post did good on this one

The Post did good on this one

On Wednesday, the Washington Post broke the story based on documents obtained from former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden and interviews with knowledgeable officials.

According to the Post’s report, the US spy agency, along with its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), secretly breaks into the internal networks of Yahoo and Google and intercepts information flowing between data centers that these two largest Internet companies by overall data traffic maintain across the globe.

By tapping into those networks, the NSA collects hundreds of millions of user accounts belonging to all people around the world.

According to a top secret document, the NSA sends millions of records every day from the two Internet companies to data warehouses at its headquarters at Fort Meade, Maryland.

The records collected by the NSA range from “metadata,” information like who sent or received emails and when, to content including text, audio, and video.

“We have long been concerned about the possibility of this kind of snooping, which is why we continue to extend encryption across more and more Google services and links,” Google said in a statement.

The NSA already collects large amounts of online communications under a program, codenamed PRISM, which requires US Internet companies, including Yahoo and Google, to hand over their users’ data after they receive orders from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

However, the NSA’s operations on Yahoo and Google’s internal networks take place outside of the US because they would be illegal in the US.

According to the Washington Post, the White House and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees the NSA, refused to confirm, deny, or explain why the US spy agency conducts such “full take” operations on Yahoo and Google’s networks.

 

 
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20 Responses to "NSA infiltrates Yahoo, Google data centers"

  1. CoJonesGrandes  November 1, 2013 at 5:20 pm

    Fort Meade, Maryland?
    Okey dokey.
    Noted

  2. sweetliberty  October 31, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    Seems not much is said about this part of the NSA program:

    ‘How The NSA Harasses Thousands Of Law Abiding Americans Daily By The Usage Of Remote Neural Monitoring (RNM)’

    [snip] How The National Security Agency (NSA) Illegally And Unconstitutionally Harasses Law-Abiding Americans Everyday. How, you ask? Quite simply, actually. It’s done by EMF or ELF Radio Waves, and a technology known as “Remote Neural Monitoring”. Haven’t you ever wondered about that ringing in your left ear? Well, here are the reason(s). And just why should the NSA do this, you ask? To silence any who who dare to speak out against them or any other agency, or the Government or simply to think for themselves, and “outside the box”, if you will. Think not? Then, read on……….

    **http://www.iahf.com/nsa/20010214.html

    • sweetliberty  October 31, 2013 at 11:20 pm

      Court case?

      ‘NSA transmissions ELF mind control Cancer corruptions (July 1, 2010)’

      IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS – FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

      MIREILLE TORJMAN CASE NO.: Plaintiff

      V.

      FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATIONS, et al.
      CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
      NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
      DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
      DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

      UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – Defendants

      **https://archive.org/details/NsaTransmissionsElfMindControlCancerCorruptions_4

    • sweetliberty  November 1, 2013 at 12:03 am

      This may be of interest…

      Mind Control Forum (Web Site)

      **http://www.randomcollection.info/mcf/index.htm

  3. judgment  October 31, 2013 at 11:05 pm

    Pardon Me I must have missed something because Google IS THE CENTER they built that monstrosity for Bush. Prism belongs to Google he bragged about it. The garbage they gave us like collecting all the Verizon fines when people started complaining, Verizon had been doing the job for a long time and send the poor suckers we the people fake bills. I hope Google will be buried by his competitor who know the score.

  4. ProtectUSA1st  October 31, 2013 at 10:55 pm

    —–The whole thing is that, if the NSA collect the info to catch Israel Mossad or Israeli-American spies, most Americans will not mind.

    —–In the meantime, the German spy agency (must have got permission from USA) they are currently in Russia to speak to Edward Snowden, and Snowden got a job with a big Russian firm.

  5. Allesandro  October 31, 2013 at 5:32 pm

    I have said since the earliest releases by Snowden, that there should be more of a focus on what economic and financial espionage and front-running is possible through this kind of surveillance.

    Having critical information and knowing how to capitalize on it would most likely lead to companies like Goldman, J.P. Morgan-Chase, the NY Fed and their friends. So, it’s not “If you have nothing to hide, why worry”, it’s more like if you have something to hide, and it’s valuable, you need to worry. Anytime a company, inventor of new technology of any significance is thinking of making a move, acquisition, merger, takeover, offering, announcement, there are others already calculating how to take advantage based on what’s being discussed, contemplated ahead of you.

    And this money-making capability based on illegal surveillance can be used to bribe and coerce members of Congress or regulatory chiefs, or other key players, undermining our system.

  6. jackheart  October 31, 2013 at 5:00 pm

    The people who assume that they have a right to privacy are almost as naive as the people who assume they have a right to be free, almost. Since WWII ended man has been evolving towards something different, something more hive like in mentality but with infinitely greater capability’s to solve its problems. As with everything else there is a tradeoff. You do not get without giving (unless you are a civil “servant”). The ethics of power with all this becomes the primary concern and in our current mercantile culture it is almost a guarantee for disaster.

    • jackheart  October 31, 2013 at 7:08 pm

      If you don’t belong to this hive Emma you will forever be a slave to the Jewish one, unless of course you think you can take them on by yourself. Good luck then.

  7. Divine Law  October 31, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    Jim

    Anyone who operates like this is simply a coward, scum bucket, urinal. These low lives can’t handle the truth. Its true that spying is done by all and when they are caught they pretend to be offended or like they have been victimized. What a joke. But let us look at the phoney semites in Israel. How convenient it truly is that they continue to hide behind the wall and no one will utter a peep about the wolf. Interesting that not one sheep will say anything about the Israelis, almost as though they are blackmailed or other interesting information that they have accumulated about their flock of sheep that they control.
    All human made technology is made to be violated, because it drives the mind to circumvent it. In other situations people like Michael Chertoff (devil in russian) help the tribe because he is an Israeli first. So remember follow the shepherd and stay away from the wolf.

  8. alancolorado  October 31, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    This article is typical of the NWO cabal’s news releases. Its trying to disguise the fact that both Yahoo and Google were created to gather info and what is really happening is that the top officials are not furious about NSA penetration but that they have been taking big payments since day one. Article is also designed to take the heat off the the top CEOs and misdirect any possible investigations. The CEOs can with righteous indignation claim that they’re ” shocked that there’s gambling going on in here” as they laugh all the way to the bank with your tax money.

  9. adeUK  October 31, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    The silence of the Nazi / Zionist spawned EU is unsurprising the EU is a criminal sovereignty usurping front for the globalist communitarian takeover why would they criticise holiest of holies Israel a fellow conspirator and lynchpin of the globalist scheme to depopulate and enslave the planet.
    Similar can be said re the deafening silence regarding espionageand the Murdoch empire, in the UK reports of the show trial of Brookes now fill the airwaves and newspaper pages but the dark detail of the Murdoch operation never surfaces and we hear no mention of Israel or espionage from either the media or the cowards posing as political leaders in relation to Murdoch. For instance today the government propaganda mouthpiece BBC ( packed with Israel firsters ) reported from the court that Brookes was having an affair with Coulson another Murdoch editor. Trivia not news.

  10. Bente  October 31, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    Any leaders before starting on post should have been instructed about how to keep security in.
    So the “Merkel with phone pictures” is BS – media is having a ball… that said its been educational
    for me to follow all this… how pervasive all this is – so from that point of view its been very good.
    As far as google and their brothers and sisters…. they worse than NSA… one would natuarlly
    suspect ie not trust NSA, but Google with all their sweet talk about security make me feel like
    throwing up – you are right ‘welcome to my brain” . If any one knows a provider that is just a little
    securer than google…Yahoo… AOL… , do let me knowI you do let me know.

    • beatrix  October 31, 2013 at 6:11 pm

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  11. Ann  October 31, 2013 at 10:31 am

    National security is one thing, but the whole system is infested with control freaks top to bottom and everything in between. And it doesn’t make us safer, it leaves us open to abuse at the highest levels. They don’t care one iota about our security or any one else’s. They have no respect for America and indeed treat it and its inhabitants like a private disposable resource. These screwballs strip mine everything they get their grubby hands on, and run roughshod over every law on the books. Somehow they have to be identified and pried away from the power centers and controls.

    http://www.irmep.org/ila/BoydenGrayLetterSwornStatements.pdf

    • Ann  October 31, 2013 at 5:59 pm

      Jim, is the link jammed or is it just my computer?

    • Jim W. Dean  October 31, 2013 at 6:39 pm

      I just played the link…so it is OK.

  12. Bravo  October 31, 2013 at 8:55 am

    Jim,

    Totally agree on crocodile tears coming out of Europe and the lack of any reference to Israeli spying.

    As for the impact of this on the general public of the world and their ignorance or lack of ignorance something positive has come from this insofar as everyone pretty much now knows intimately what is going on with the NSA (within reason)

    As Russel Brand recently said in his Revolution interview with Paxman about Occupy Wall Street – no matter where you stood on OWS, whether you saw them a dirty nailed, hippy tree huggers or bastions of freedom, what OWS did was bring the concept of the 1% and the remaining 99% to the rest of America and Europe at least, and I would then add: Thus sowing and adding to the discord that is sitting and growing within humanities sub-conscious.

    The same can be said for the exposure of NSA and their dragnet approach to collecting data, and clearly abusing it – not just military intel but economic data to be used for the specific economic benefit of the USA or the USA’s “shareholders”.

    As regards to widespread acceptance of Google selling data to other advertising brands for a profit – this has been done for years and now it is in digital form – the key here being that most consumers know and accept that this is a retail trade-off that is to their benefit as well, whereas the same can not be said of the the NSA activities.

    Thx

    Bravo

    • Jim W. Dean  October 31, 2013 at 10:19 am

      The silence from the EU on Israeli intercepts has just been deafening. You would think a few countries would be raising hell as now would be a good time to do it. And also ask the other EU countries to come clean on whether they are doing this themselves, which no one seems to want to bother to bring up other than trouble make me !! 🙂

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