You’ve never heard of the NSA’s “PRISM” project, but it might know lots about you: according to a new report by the Washington Post, the agency has been secretly collecting enormous, intimate troves of internet data from the biggest tech companies in the world. They can watch you as you type.
PRISM (that surely stands for something terrifying), which was created in 2007 but has only been revealed today, is essentially a blanket wiretap for the internet: it records “audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs” from virtually every major tech company: “Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple,” and cloud storage service Dropbox is “coming soon,” according to the NSA. If there were any way for the American people to have a more insidious relationship with Facebook, this is probably it.
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