Saturday, October 26, 2013

Russia Today covers today's Stop Watching Us D.C. rally against NSA mass surveillance

One thing you probably won't be seeing on Russia Today is coverage of Russia's SORM program, an even more intrusive version of the NSA's prism program which, with deep packet inspection capability, will allow Russia's security agency, the FSB, new telephone and internet spying capabilities that will give it free rein to intercept any telephony or data traffic and even track the use of sensitive words or phrases mentioned in emails, webchats and on social media at Sochi during the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Such drastically intrusive monitoring of Olympians and other attendees will easily allow Russian authorities to stop any gay demonstrations or criticism of Russian LGBT abuse before they even start.

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