Sunday, December 29, 2013

NSA Can Only Process A Fraction Of The Data It Collects.

Good.
Waste your time sorting through stupid Email jokes, Aunt Mabel's Fruit cake recipe's and inane teenagers angst filled babbling all damn day as far as I'm concerned.


NSA drowning in overcollected data, can't do its job properly



Cory Doctorow at 8:00 pm Fri, Dec 27, 2013



NSA whistleblower William Binney warns that the agency collects so much useless information that it can't process it effectively.


"What they are doing is making themselves dysfunctional by taking all this data," Mr. Binney said at a privacy conference here. The agency is drowning in useless data, which harms its ability to conduct legitimate surveillance, claims Mr. Binney, who rose to the civilian equivalent of a general during more than 30 years at the NSA before retiring in 2001. Analysts are swamped with so much information that they can't do their jobs effectively, and the enormous stockpile is an irresistible temptation for misuse...

In a statement through his lawyer, Mr. Snowden says: "When your working process every morning starts with poking around a haystack of seven billion innocent lives, you're going to miss things." He adds: "We're blinding people with data we don't need."


Can't see the stuff they are actually looking for because they are Hoovering EVERYTHING!

It's called "Information Overload" you paranoid control freak cocksuckers and I hope you choke on it.

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