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Raptor Witness

Britain's NSA used real time analysis at G20

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Phones were monitored and fake internet cafes set up to gather information from allies in London in 2009 - The Guardian, Sunday 16 June 2013

Apparently the NSA's sister in the UK was engaging in real time analysis of other G20 members. This appears to point to the remark Snowden made in his initial interview, where he said, "They quite literally can watch your ideas form as you type."

Good job Snowden ... git 'em

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In the United States, we're not afraid to stand up to our secret police. Is that the way it is in Great Britain?

I sometimes wonder, with all the cameras you have everywhere, if the people have any say whatsoever.

If the government here put as many cameras as you have, the rednecks would shoot them out with guns so that they could not function. At least I hope we would.

Is it still a monarchy over there?

Is it okay to spy on foreign dignitaries invited to a conference? Shouldn't there be some safe place to discuss issues?

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The only thing tapping our phones is the Media and bribery.

We all know about MI5 and MI6.

W all know even before the scandal

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The only thing tapping our phones is the Media and bribery.

We all know about MI5 and MI6.

W all know even before the scandal

Isn't that the truth. Rupert Murdoch is the UK's NSA.
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There's a Britain's NSA, is there? However can Cameron afford that?

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