Monday, July 1, 2013

You can believe this if you like

NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander said Sunday that he doesn’t track or hold an opinion of WikiLeaks, the anti-secrecy group apparently aiding the travel of Edward Snowden, the man who recently revealed information about sweeping U.S. government surveillance efforts.
“I have no opinion on Wikileaks. I really don’t track them. I really don’t know who Wikileaks are, other than this [Julian] Assange person,” Alexander said on ABC’s “This Week With George Stephanopoulos.”
The information above came via the Washington Post, which published more PowerPoint slides from Edward Snowden, revealing more details about how Google, Microsoft, Facebook, etc. help the FBI/NSA spy on you courtesy of government interception equipment that these companies have allowed the feds to install at their facilities.

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