August 19, 2010 by USA Post
Kill Web, A former AT & T technician who retired in 2004 told Congress that the telecommunications company cooperated with the National Security Agency (NSA) by creating special rooms Routing would allow the agency to monitor all Internet traffic USA.
Mark Klein, who worked for AT & T for 22 years without special authorization security, told Congress in 2003, was taken to an office, which will build a “secret room” connected to the internet from the room of the company San Francisco. Another technician showed him diagrams of the room.
“That was my” aha moment, “said Klein.” They are sending the entire Internet to the secret room. “Klein realized that the room was created to divide the entire Internet traffic passes through the building in two, sending a continuous signal along the other signal in the NSA’s secret room.
“This splitter was sweeping up everything, vacuum style,” he said. “The NSA is getting everything. The tube is of great importance not only to carry & T customers, but of all.”
Similar secret rooms were created in Seattle, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose, Calif. Klein said AT & T also channeled phone call data to the NSA.
The monitoring was carried out as part of the Bush administration warrantless wiretapping, which has been criticized as increasing the depth of surveillance has been discovered.
Klein decided to present upon hearing that the government claimed that monitoring is done only for communications related to t*rror*sm, that anyone who works outside the United States.
“Hallucinations” he said. “They’re copying the whole Internet. No selection going on here. Perhaps it is selected later, but at the point of transfer to the government, get everything.”
The coach urged Congress to reject a bill to grant immunity to telecommunications companies that participated in the wiretapping program. Immunity would mean the dismissal of 38 lawsuits pending.
“If I’ve done something massively illegal and unconstitutional – well, they must suffer the consequences,” said Klein.
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