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Name Game
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Re: Things Mom never told us about NSA

said by badjoe:

On February 27, 2000, "60 Minutes" TV broadcast was about a top-secret Global Surveillance Network is called Echelon, and it's run by the National Security Agency and four English-speaking allies: Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand.

Transcript »cryptome.org/echelon-60min.htm

The New York Times on February 23, 2000 »www.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/···spy.html

But don't make it out to what it is not.

»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECHELON
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KodiacZiller
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said by Name Game:

said by badjoe:

On February 27, 2000, "60 Minutes" TV broadcast was about a top-secret Global Surveillance Network is called Echelon, and it's run by the National Security Agency and four English-speaking allies: Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand.

Transcript »cryptome.org/echelon-60min.htm

The New York Times on February 23, 2000 »www.nytimes.com/library/tech/00/···spy.html

But don't make it out to what it is not.

»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECHELON

Echelon was the old system done in the 80's mostly. It basically sucked in all international calls via satellite then performed keyword searches. Nowadays satellites aren't around much, everything is fiber optic, thus the need for a new system.
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