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PRISM-BREAK: Alternatives to the NSA Spying Stooges/Companies

If you’re geeky, these alternatives would be a piece of cake. But if you’re an Old Bird, it would require more “feathers in our cap” than we can afford to spare. :) Here’s the link (great domain name considering!):

“Opt out of PRISM, the NSA’s global data surveillance program” – PRISM BREAK:



Good thorough job by The Guardian here re the *latest* (certainly not the first) NSA SPYING revelations:

6/7/13: “NSA PRISM program taps in to user data of Apple, Google and Others”:

Also a good blogger article here:

6/6/13: “Obama regime is spying on every phonecall, email, bank transfer, travel record of every American”:

And Infowars here:

6/7/13: “What’s Wrong With the NSA Collecting Your Phone Records?”:

Tips from Comment Section:

  1. DavidDiPesto says:
    June 7, 2013 at 7:13 pm
    Get a phone that allows you to remove the battery. Get a ONE WAY pager that does receive only. 900MHz statewide FLEX text pagers are a great way to stay in touch. They do not have any transmitter nor can they be tracked and logged.

    When someone pages you, you can do the old fashioned thing and hunt down an old fashioned pay phone, or cary a “pay as you go phone” with the battery out. They can still record these conversations and possibly trace it back to you by either voice recognition or linking known calling patterns and contacts.

    I get the occasional funny looks when I give someone a pager number to contact me through, but after I tell them about how these phone networks are built to record, track and even spy on you from the top, many people start thinking about it and it opens up a dialog on the subject.

    What do I have to hide? That depends on what you’re getting at. I consider it a matter of human dignity and respect. I put on clothing every day to cover things up that would get me arrested if I failed to do so. I pull my blinds at night for PRIVACY. I walk down the street and expect the same respect to have PRIVACY of my whereabouts. The same goes for a one-on-one electronic conversation on the phone or the internet.

    • Anonymous says:
      June 7, 2013 at 11:23 pm
      “I consider it a matter of human dignity and respect.” Yes, that is what much of this comes down to. People who are former hostages and cult members often report that the worst part of their experience was having all of their conversations with fellow inmates recorded, as well as calls to the outside world.
  2. Anonymous says:
    June 7, 2013 at 6:40 pm
    Now would be a good time to tell friends and neighbors and coworkers, “I told you so!”

    (Lol, indeed. I always thought a good idea for my tombstone should read, “I Tried To Warn You.”)

  3. Anonymous says:
    June 7, 2013 at 6:00 pm
    If all data is collected under a mountain then why would the government need records from the phone companies? You either have the capability or you say you do but you really do not.

    (Interesting question!)

  4. skip59 says:
    June 7, 2013 at 5:25 pm
    essentially what’s taking place in the United States right now is a coup, not a violent coup, and not a million artistic coup, but nevertheless a takeover of a government, and it’s being done by the Obama administration. ——–It’s Done——–

    (Very true, a “silent” coup, though Obama is just a puppet front man, & the “coup de Jew” began many many decades ago.)

  5. Anonymous says:
    June 7, 2013 at 4:57 pm
    If you want to say something to someone in the distance without anyone snooping, I have a revolutionary idea.

    – take a piece of paper
    – take a pen
    – write a letter
    – put it on envelope and seal it
    – buy a stamp
    – send it via post office

    If you want to really make it a clandestine operation, use some commercial advertisement looking envelope.

    Voilá. The massive Matrix Big Nerd Brother is beaten.

Ha! So there you go. There is no escape, even with USPS.

Though actually, I read some few years back during the AT&T-NSA Spying Scandal that FAXING is still the safest way to communicate. I don’t know how true that is in view of the NSA’s far-reaching & apparently unstoppable tentacles. Proceed at your own risk.


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