US spying programs aimed at ‘intimidation’ (With Video)

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From PressTV Thursday Aug 01, 201304:27 PM GMT

The goal of the US government’s massive spying programs is not “public or national security but intimidation and blackmail,” says Linh Dinh, a political analyst and writer.

On Wednesday, British newspaper the Guardian reported that documents provided by American whistleblower Edward Snowden show the US National Security Agency is using a secret tool, called XKeyscore, to collect data on nearly all online activities of a typical Internet user with no prior authorization.
The documents describe the secret program as the “widest reaching” system which can gather intelligence from computer networks. . . . Read Complete Report

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