Ex NSA Technical Dírector William Binney on Mass Surveillance

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William Binney is a Whistleblower Legend: He retired on October 31, 2001 after 37 years of work for the NSA in protest against the mass data collection practice from the service and became a whistleblower. Because of the agency’s turn to the principle of mass surveillance after the 9/11 attacks, he resigned from the NSA. He was most recently Director for Global Communications Intelligence (COMINT) at the NSA. Since then he complains about the illegal use of NSA data within the US judiciary and other institutions that undermined the rule of law and democracy.

In this a littlebit older video he talks, among other things, about the most important NSA programs and the parallels between the present society and totalitarian systems:

In this interview, NSA whistleblower William Binney and Kirk Weibe also talk about topic Targeted Individuals (from 53:00):

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