2013-09-25

Must see: Caspar Bowden @ EP NSA-hearing



From the European Parliaments hearing on Elecreonic Mass Surveillance, Tuesday 24 September 2013.

Caspar Bowden, Independent researcher, ex-Chief Privacy Adviser of Microsoft, author of the Policy Department note commissioned by the LIBE Committee on the US surveillance programmes and their impact on EU citizens' privacy.

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2 kommentarer:

  1. Det här borde varit huvudnyhet igår i våra MSM-medier, men inte ett enda ord gick det att finna.

    Jänkarna, bryr sig så här lite om oss europeer:
    "There is limited, if any, support in Congress for limiting the NSA’s ability of monitor or gather evidence on foreigners."

    "Rand Paul teams with Democrats on bill to curb NSA spying"
    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/09/25/rand-paul-teams-with-democrats-on-bill-to-curb-nsa-spying/

    "Four senators at the vanguard of bipartisan efforts to rein in US government spying programs announced the most comprehensive package of surveillance reforms so far presented on Capitol Hill on Wednesday.

    The draft bill represented the first sign that key Republican and Democratic figures in the Senate are beginning to coalesce around a raft of proposals to roll back the powers of the National Security Agency in the wake of top-secret disclosures made by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

    On Thursday, Feinstein’s committee will hold a major congressional hearing into the various reforms under consideration. James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, and General Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA, are expected to argue hard against any diminution in their powers of surveillance."

    SvaraRadera
  2. @2:18, vilket land är det han syftar på? Sverige?

    /A

    SvaraRadera

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