Cybersecurity, Greed

Brazil says it’s upset with NSA’s spying.

The Brazilian government began an investigation into whether telcos operating in the country cooperated with the U.S. as part of a spying program that has collected data on billions of telephone and email conversations.

Just stating the obvious: OF COURSE. Brazilians (or any non-american) are not protected by the American Constitution. Brazilians cannot claim the 4th amendment. When non-americans use gmail, facebook, or whatever, their stuff is logged. Not the metadata, but the whole shebang.

And it’s all legal.

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One thought on “Brazil says it’s upset with NSA’s spying.

  1. Me says:

    No! It is against public international law to arbitrarily spy on all the citizens of other states. And even the exclusion of non-US citizens from basic human rights protections of the US constitution is certainly against the spirit of the US constitution itself.

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