Sunday, February 2, 2014

Passengers at Canadian airports spied for the ... - Air-Journal

Published February 2, 2014 in News, Unusual – 5 comments

Published February 2, 2014 at 12:00
in News, Unusual – 5 comments

whistleblower Edward Snowden has struck again. According to top-secret NSA that has unveiled documents, the Security Center Telecommunications Canada (CSCT) monitored passengers was using the public Wi-Fi network of airports. Discomfort.

Worse, only one connection via a mobile device (phone, tablet or computer) with the Wi-Fi a Canadian airport enough for an invisible tracking several days as it moves , that is to say, according to its Wi-Fi connections in hotels, libraries, parks, including U.S. airports . Many officials voiced their outrage, some citing illegal actions by the CSCT on behalf of the NSA , the U.S. Secret Service.

Meanwhile, the Canadian secret service regretted the “unauthorized” of the case by the whistleblower, Edward Snowden disclosure, adding that the law had been complied , this Action test applied only “foreign entities” in a “rigorous framework of ministerial guidelines and operating policies” and “no Canadian or traveler n has been a spinning “.

statements that are cantilevered at odds with those of the Canadian intelligence chief who denied last year all Canadians espionage “Protecting the privacy of Canadians is our most important principle” .

Based on anonymous sources, the CBC points out that this technology test born in 2012 is now fully operational.

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