Direct NSA Partners: AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Oracle, Intel, Qualcomm, Qwest & EDS

A leaked slide from Edward Snowden was released this week by Glenn Greenwald in his new book, No Place to Hide.

The slide shows that AT&T, Verizon, Microsoft, Cisco, IBM, Oracle, Intel, Qualcomm, Qwest and EDS acted in direct “alliance” with the NSA in its spying missions:

This slide helps explain what the alliance is:

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  • Groggy Frog

    The GenXers and Millennials are the most vulnerable. But only if they some day decide to run for office and find that the NSA has shared their private information with the CIA and FBI, as they now regularly do. If you pass through the NSA, CIA, and FBI filters, though, you might actually get elected. Which brings up another issue: Does it really matter what you post on Facebook? NO. Because the NSA will have an outline of your personal information ready to leak to your opponents anyway.

  • John Connor IV

    I used to think that vehicle license plates should be scanable, as to easily catch APB types, Amber Alerts, etc., but damn. It is easy to get lost in the fog of propaganda. I woke up in 2011. Thanks Ron.

    I just informed a guy at Verizon store that I wanted a phone that was NSA proof. He was aware after our conversation about phones, that he must be more aware about how our info is really being filtered & used. He was 19 years old.

  • KnowledgeIsPower

    Why not find a lawyer, insider trading at executive levels and fraud to the nth degree. Every competition law written has been broken by this partnership. As a result people like Matt DeHart were given full access to innocent victims files as he, and his anti-trust violating friends threatened the world.

    • KnowledgeIsPower

      I sware by ethical standard to certify my products to be free of malware with a money back guarantee, can you? Capitalism.