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How your privacy is bought and sold

Thanks to a WikiLeaks document dump, we now know more than ever about how private corporations are spying on all of us (unless you’re off the grid) and selling the data to whoever will pay for it, including, of course, governments.

If you use a cell phone or a computer, you are being monitored. One of the leaked documents reveals that the National Security Agency (NSA) began building last January a secret $1.5 billion installation in Utah to store “terabytes of domestic and foreign intelligence data forever and process it for years to come.”

This is being reported on security web sites and places where geeks hang on. Here’s a link to the ITWorld story, which has some of the details.

It will be interesting to see what the mainstream media say about this. I’m expecting them to ignore it.

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