The National Security Agency’s attempts to keep track of people outside the US who use encryption and anonymization software from the Tor Project also apparently captured the traffic of anyone reading a wide range of articles on Linux Journal, according to documents published by the German public television broadcaster ARD and provided by security researchers (and Tor contributors) Jacob Appelbaum, Aaron Gibsom, and Leif Ryge. The documents—which include what appears to be search rules for the NSA’s XKeyscore Internet surveillance system, indicate that the NSA also gathered up data on visitors to articles on the Linux Journal website.
Bleep you NSA, Unlike some, Linux users believe in freedom, Linux Journal is a cool site and I am a member, I also live in a free country and will go where I want and read what I want, You don't like it? Too Bleeping bad.
Edited by NickAu1, 03 July 2014 - 05:02 PM.