NIST, encryption, guards…


The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) lacks independence and uncritically adhered to the wishes of US electronic eavesdroppers in releasing a weakened random-number generator in 2006. So says a group of mathematicians and computer scientists in a new report commissioned by the lab following the leaking of documents last year by the former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden. According to those documents, the NSA designed an encryption algorithm to include a “back door” so that it could copy encryption keys from internet users without their knowledge. The algorithm was approved by NIST, which itself develops cryptography technology and advises US companies and government agencies on electronic security issues. (1)

Some people guard us from harm.

But who will guard us from the guards?

[Tempora project] Internet, Surveillance and the “merits” of Technology…

Bude: hotspot for snoopers…

Tempora project:

Underwater Internet cables offer UK the unique opportunity to eavesdrop on 99% of the world’s communications. [1] (yes, this is the percentage of the world’s communications passing through UK via the Atlantic)

Technology helps solve problems.

But for whom?

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NSA averted 1,000,000 conspiracies!!!

NSA chief announced that his agency averted 50 terrorism conspiracies due to its spy-on-my-citizens program. [1]

Why stop at 50? Why not 100? Why not 1,000?

Why not 1,000,000?


Ouaou! I am so glad I am watched over!

PS. According to trusted Harmonia Philosophica sources the number of plots averted could reach up to 1 BILLION give or take. It is only a matter of time.

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