the contradiction in such a simple photo makes me love this
Seen too much shit on here lately written by clueless bastards trying to highlight the differences between Skinheads and “Boneheads” or skinhead and Communists.
Let’s get one thing clear, I’m sure most people have heard the turn of phrase “A wolf in sheeps clothing” and that’s exactly what…
Av Joana Angelica, Salvador, Brazil
Anew surveillance progamme has now come to light that is far greater in size than NSA’s PRISM programme, according to the New York Times. Law enforcement officers, as part of a counter-narcotics programme, have routinely been able to access a huge AT&T database containing decades of American phone calls records for the past six years.
The programme, titled the Hemisphere project, is a collaborative effort between federal and local drug officials and AT&T. The US government reportedly pays the telecom provider to place its employees in drug-fighting units around the country. The partnership sees AT&T employees sitting with Drug Enforcement Administration agents as well as local detectives to supply authorities with phone call logs dating back to 1987.
The scale of the data collection for the Hemisphere project seems unparalleled. In comparison, the NSA’s programme collects phone numbers, time and call durations in the United States for the past five years. And Hemisphere covers all calls coming through an AT&T switch, not just from its customers, and provides call logs for the last 26 years. This data was revealed in leaked Hemisphere training slides which reportedly bore the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy logo.
The slides also detailed that around four billion call records are added to the database per day. And unlike the NSA data, Hemisphere comes with information concerning the locations of callers.