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|Exposed by||Edward Snowden|
PRISM is a mass surveillance project carried out by the NSA.
US Judge Thomas Selby Ellis III claimed in 2015 that the ACLU's lawsuit against the US government relied on “the subjective fear of surveillance.”
|UFO||“So, are Unacknowledged Special Access Programs out of control in the United States? Good question. The term "Special Access Program", let alone "Unacknowledged Special Access Program", is only very seldom mentioned in the media. For example, these terms have not been mentioned at all in relation to the NSA spy revelations in recent years of William Binney and Edward Snowden, even though one would expect that many of the NSA spy programs as PRISM, Stellar Wind, Boundless Informant and JTRIG fell into this category. The term "Special Access Program" did recently surface with regard to the Hillary Clinton email scandals. As Obama's secretary of state, Clinton, against protocol, maintained a private mailbox full of information on all kinds of Special Access Programs. No details on these programs have been provided.”||Joël van der Reijden|
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