If you read Boing Boing, the NSA considers you a target for deep surveillance
America’s National Security Agency gathers unfathomable mountains of Internet communications from fiber optic taps and other means, but it says it only retains and searches the communications of “targeted” individuals who’ve done something suspicious. Guess what? If you read Boing Boing, you’ve been targeted. Cory Doctorow digs into Xkeyscore and the NSA’s deep packet inspection rules.
Between reading Boing Boing and using Tor, I guess I’m suspicious.
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Been a happy customer of Private Internet Access for years. Use it on my Mac, iPhone and iPad.
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Makes me feel pretty good about using them, though that might be the point of this post. I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt here and, hey, no advertising or selling my info. That’s nice too. I’ve had an account for a while and recently have been migrating from Gmail.