Member Rara Avis
From the May issue of PC World magazine-
"According to intelligence experts in the United States and Europe, a massive electronic intercept program called Project Echelon scans all Internet traffic, cell phone conversations, faxes, and long distance telephone calls - virtually every type of electronic communication - looking for evidence of terrorist activity, military threats, and transportational crime."
The article goes on to say that all this is done through the use of an incredible computerized system, with actual people only seeing "stuff" when it passes a wide barrage of filters.
Big Brother strikes again. How does that make you feel?