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FRONT PAGE  |  11/27/2014
FRIDAY, MAR 14, 2014  |  15 comments
NSA phone metadata can reveal EVERYTHING about your life

New research published by Stanford Univeristy Wednesday reveal phone and Internet metadata collected by the NSA can expose far more information about an individual than the agency admits, including, “medical conditions, financial and legal connections, and even whether they own a gun.”

Two of the school’s computer science graduate students were able to uncover the sensitive personal details of individuals from phone data details, like the numbers of callers and recipients, the location of callers, phone serial numbers and the length of conversations — all of which are data the signals intelligence agency collects in bulk both domestically and internationally.

Of the 33,688 unique numbers called by the study’s 546 study volunteers, students were able to positively identify a specific individual in 18 percent of those calls. They were also able to discern 57 percent made at least one medical call ...


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i i ip ip i  Find all comments by i i ip ip i
Neil wrote:
exhibitionists who advertise their daily personal lives on Facebook should not be complaining about gov't spying
Six of one and half a dozen of the other.

Neil wrote:
it's best to assume that anything posted that's traceable to you will be permanent public record, available to casual acquiantances, criminals, gov't, & employers for study.
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News Item3/15/14 7:55 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
You think NSA is bad? Why Google's Spying on User Data Is Worse than the NSA's Where do you think NSA gets a lot of its data.
People don't worry as much about NSA because as the author of the above piece wrote, that NSA isn't perceived as using the data willy-nilly. Google on the other hand.
Google doesn't have force of bad law behind it. Google isn't required to be subject to the 4th amendment. Google gets involved with trying to get me to buy something. Whether it works or not is up to me. Let the buyer beware. We don't have that option with govt. "Perception" regarding NSA data collection is not relevant. Reality is.
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News Item3/15/14 6:52 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
RT, tsk, tsk, I can tell you are NOT the NSA because you neglect to count wisdom teeth in the mix and assume that people are telling the truth!
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News Item3/15/14 6:39 PM
R. K. Borill  Protected NameFind all comments by R. K. Borill
penny writes:
I just wanted to let the NSA know that in 1982 I lost my last tooth, just in case they missed it.... and, oh ya, I like chocolate mint ice cream preferably one scoop on a flat cone, no sprinkles. thanks

Data writes;
Penny,
The data I have on you is that you are 38 ( since you lost your last tooth in 1982), and you weigh approximately 140 lbs. Not overweight because you don't like sprinkles, but not skinny because you have at least one scoop on a flat cone. Am I close?

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News Item3/15/14 3:49 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
You think NSA is bad? Why Google's Spying on User Data Is Worse than the NSA's. Where do you think NSA gets a lot of its data.

People don't worry as much about NSA because as the author of the above piece wrote, that NSA isn't perceived as using the data willy-nilly. Google on the other hand.

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News Item3/15/14 11:05 AM
penned  Find all comments by penned
ya, when you think about it, think of all the good that could come out of this obsessive compulsive behavior of watching "everyone" "all the time"? Christopher, rusty bolt cutters, sounds like a mystery.
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News Item3/15/14 8:28 AM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
So... Hypothetically speaking, if I lost my husbands spare key to the wild land fire truck, could NSA kinda help me out here...?

Mmmm...mint choco chip. Never too early to think about dessert!

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News Item3/15/14 8:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
penny writes:
I just wanted to let the NSA know that in 1982 I lost my last tooth, just in case they missed it.... and, oh ya, I like chocolate mint ice cream preferably one scoop on a flat cone, no sprinkles. thanks

I think I may have just spotted it on Google Earth. It's laying next to a petrified apple core under some bushes behind Monsantos headquarters. I know it could belong to anyone, but there is also a rusty bolt cutter partially covered in leaves that says "property of Penny". I don't know how you ever ate that apple with one tooth but it must have taken days. Anyway, good luck.

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News Item3/15/14 7:09 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
One of the reasons that U.S. Plans to Give Up Oversight of Web Domain Manager because of these doubts.
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News Item3/14/14 10:57 PM
Shane | socal  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Mint chocolate chip... very good.
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News Item3/14/14 9:17 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
I just wanted to let the NSA know that in 1982 I lost my last tooth, just in case they missed it.... and, oh ya, I like chocolate mint ice cream preferably one scoop on a flat cone, no sprinkles. thanks.
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News Item3/14/14 7:32 PM
Not Neil  Find all comments by Not Neil
Not Mike wrote:
It was windy today. How about there?
Stair rods! But I'm taking my medication and already feel better.
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News Item3/14/14 7:29 PM
Not Mike | Not from New York  Find all comments by Not Mike
Neil wrote:
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So if you're going to post anything, either stay anonymous or else talk about the weather & other banalities.
It was windy today. How about there?
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News Item3/14/14 12:36 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Indeed a good point: exhibitionists who advertise their daily personal lives on Facebook should not be complaining about gov't spying: Their horse has already left the barn.

Internet security wonks say that it's best to assume that anything posted that's traceable to you will be permanent public record, available to casual acquiantances, criminals, gov't, & employers for study. And many jobs today have confidentiality requirements that are too easy to violate without almost obsessive self-control.

So if you're going to post anything, either stay anonymous or else talk about the weather & other banalities.

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News Item3/14/14 10:37 AM
penelope  Find all comments by penelope
metadata is the new power.

and how does that influence decisions that are made.... when Christians volunteer all their information for themselves and others, do they think about the long term consequences?

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