Edward Snowden has become infamous for being the latest whistle-blower in the United States. Snowden is a former computer specialist for the Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency. He took sole responsibility of disclosing up to 200,000 classified documents to the public that contained information of the government spying on its citizens. The big story of what he released was centered on an NSA mass surveillance program that is keeping track of United States citizens and also some people in other countries using cell phones. The mass surveillance system works is dependent on the NSA utilizing the cell tower coverage around the United States to see exactly where a cell phone and a person are located. There is many ways the NSA can find you using this system first is with cell phone data, second is triangulating your location using multiple towers, third using Wi-Fi data, and fourth ...
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