NSA is watching, but so are Google and Facebook

  • Article by: Ken Dilanian , McClatchy News Service
  • Updated: July 13, 2013 - 9:27 PM

Thousands of private companies are collecting enough information to build dossiers and predict behavior.

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firefly70Jul. 14, 13 1:42 AM

"Google says it uses algorithms, not humans, to mine the content of Gmail messages.":____ And that is supposed to somehow make us feel better?!? Basically they're saying that they don't have actual humans spying on us, just a program. Awesome.

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gking2mnJul. 14, 13 7:30 AM

Just understand you have no privacy from cameras to police who scan you plates as you pass them to the internet. Just clean your system every 30 minutes if you don't want to be tracked including phones and tablets.

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barbjensJul. 14, 13 7:55 AM

I would trust NSA before any of the other "snoopers".

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gfafblifrJul. 14, 1311:06 AM

For Google and Facebook to monitor movements, they've made it obvious through the ads they display. NSA on the other hand is the government which is supposed to be answerable to the people.

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