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Mobi
Mobi
4/28/2014 3:47:26 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"That's exactly my point is. It's not the case that every individual is being monitored by NSA. They have to have some reasons to do that. There is certainly some logic behind putting in surveillance in order to achieve bigger goal for the sake of National Security.  "

Razia, don't worry, such methods are in place.

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Razia
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4/27/2014 2:15:57 PM
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Re: Crypto Phones
@Mobi. That's exactly my point is. It's not the case that every individual is being monitored by NSA. They have to have some reasons to do that. There is certainly some logic behind putting in surveillance in order to achieve bigger goal for the sake of National Security.  

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Mobi
Mobi
4/25/2014 4:27:17 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"The huge volumes of social media and data sources can be fertile ground for most companies and agencies looking for clues, it only need the right technology and skills to unleash its potential and power. That's exactly the reason why NSA is tracking us, we have something that they need.  "

Netcrawl, business analysis and national security are different. We can do data mining for any business and to know the trends and geographical representations. But security monitoring is different and threats can be come from any direction at any moment.

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Mobi
Mobi
4/25/2014 4:24:34 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"this is about the use of internal information to spot customer trends and pitfalls. Its can be used by governement agencies (NSA and CIA) to tap data about you(without your knowledge)- to help them identify potential terrorist targets or threats"

Netcrawl, Thanks for this details.

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Netcrawl
Netcrawl
4/24/2014 7:08:23 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
@Mobi, Making most of the data is not exactly new, companies have been using it, harnessing its potential to predict market trends and boost their profit. The huge volumes of social media and data sources can be fertile ground for most companies and agencies looking for clues, it only need the right technology and skills to unleash its potential and power. That's exactly the reason why NSA is tracking us, we have something that they need.  

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Netcrawl
Netcrawl
4/24/2014 6:46:15 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
@Mobi its pattern-of-data-analysis, this is about the use of internal information to spot customer trends and pitfalls. Its can be used by governement agencies (NSA and CIA) to tap data about you(without your knowledge)- to help them identify potential terrorist targets or threats.  

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Mobi
Mobi
4/24/2014 5:25:56 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"NSA is doing that for one big reason- to look for pattern, something they need to fight terrorism. Yes, its not cost-effective to have surveillance on almost every single citizen but it could provide NSA something they want.  "

Netcrawl, pattern-what type of patterns. Am not sure about that.

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Netcrawl
Netcrawl
4/22/2014 5:38:16 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
@Mobi NSA is doing that for one big reason- to look for pattern, something they need to fight terrorism. Yes, its not cost-effective to have surveillance on almost every single citizen but it could provide NSA something they want.  

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Mobi
Mobi
4/22/2014 5:20:29 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"Perhaps, its not every single individual who is being surveilled 24/7. But everyone of us is a potential victim. NSA and simliar agencies across the world have the capabiltiy to target every indivdual for the prupose of national security. Its not feaisble and rather cost effective to have surveillance on every single citizen.'

Razia, there are some logics behind the selection of individuals for continuous monitoring, if found suspicious. Based on such suspicious activities (calls, Emails etc), he is getting targeted by NSA and IB

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Mobi
Mobi
4/21/2014 1:20:12 AM
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Re: Crypto Phones
"But who is responsible for this situation? If intelligence agencies had not misused their intelligence gathering techniques for gathering wholesale data of common users, we would not have felt the need of such a thing."

Anand, one way you are right. But am not sure about any incidents; where intelligence agencies are misusing such secrete infos.

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