How powerful and far-reaching is the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Google-like search engine, known as XKeyscore? Alexey Yaroshevsky examines the facts from the Edward Snowden leaks and looks into how the engine is used to search for specific online communications.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden has revealed that the NSA used spy software called XKeyScore to access virtually anybody’s data, which is installed on 800 servers and in 150 different locations around the World.
Edward Snowden is at it again and this time the whistleblower’s latest leak has detailed the National Security Agency program known as “XKeyscore.” The program allows for NSA analysts to warrantlessly search nearly all online activity. The agency claims the intelligence gathering system is solely used to target foreign threats. RT’s Liz Wahl has more on the new data drop and has more on the Senate Judiciary Committee held on Tuesday over FISA.