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Tinfoil Hats – Don’t Use Your Phone!

Do you think the government listens to everything? This article on AT&T’s secret room might get you thinking.

In a nondescript building near the junction of Interstates 70 and 270 in Bridgeton, Mo., just outside of St. Louis, lies what appears to be the heart of AT&T’s secret network surveillance on behalf of the U.S. government, former employees of the company said. [Source]

Update: Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician tells his story of the secret room.

2 thoughts on “Tinfoil Hats – Don’t Use Your Phone!

  1. […] Don’t forget that AT&T already spies on the US citizenry for the government (see also). […]

  2. […] Washington Post brings us a story from Mark Klein, a former AT&T technician, about the AT&T secret room used by the NSA to copy the entire Internet. He knew that the NSA was supposed to work on overseas […]

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