No need to do anything. It's now automatic.
o way to turn this "feature" off, either. It isn't an option.
All your emails are belong to Øfascist.® Nineteen Eighty-Four's title is 29 years off.
At least Twitter boosts its privacy cred with its absence from the Ødespot-controlled NSA's surveillance program known as
The seven-year-old startup is already well-respected for guarding its users' privacy. It has fought government subpoenas that other companies, like Google, routinely comply with. The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a privacy group, recently gave Twitter six out of six stars for protecting user data from government monitoring.
"No one wants a pen that's going to rat them out," Alexander Macgillivray, Twitter's top lawyer, said last year.
As for the betrayers of us all:
Eight companies are said to be giving the NSA access to user data as part of
PRISM FASCISM [FIFY –LR]: AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, PalTalk, Skype, and Yahoo. Dropbox was apparently described in an NSA presentation as "coming soon."
Now we see that—
Facebook, Apple, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have all denied flatly that they allowed the government direct access to their servers or even heard of
Yeah, we know what your flat
denial river in Egypt was worth:
With providers insisting that they had granted NSA no access to their servers and yet internal documents at NSA showing they had that kind of access, one claim or the other had to eventually collapse....
I imagine this makes the CEOs of Google, Microsoft, AOL, and Facebook a little embarrassed. Twitter, as AP noted, would have been a pretty critical platform to penetrate, given the ability to message privately through the firm's systems (DMs). Apparently, all it took was a refusal to make the NSA go away. On the other hand, perhaps the NSA could find at least some of that traffic routing through some of the servers they did access.
How did the NSA access those data streams? Contrary to the denials last night from Google and others, the NYT's Claire Cain Miller reports that the firms set up systems to allow the NSA to gain access to their content — as the companies themselves dumped it into secure "rooms" for NSA perusal.
Their lies are almost as noxious as the presiTyrant's.
There's no room in a free society for any company that creates special "rooms" where yes Øfascist can snoop and spy on totally innocent Americans.
Øfascist has got to go. And yes he can take these treasonous companies with him.
Labels: death of Freedom, Impeach.Obama.Now., liberals are always extreme, National Socialist liberals (BIRM), Obama's War on Americans, Unabashed Sellouts of America, Worst. pResident. Ever.
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