The Washington Post
has published a series of U.S. National Security Agency slides
showing the conduits through which data flows into the American government's computer banks.
The first column, PRISM Providers, identifies companies actively in the PRISM loop - Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, even Apple. Fortunately none of us ever have anything to do with any of those outfits, right?
There are tools available to protect (partially, at least) your electronic communications from the probing eyes of corporations and states:
I think a good rule of thumb is to use free/libre open source software (FLOSS) whenever possible.
Thanks for the link, Anon.
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