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报道称美国政府从苹果谷歌等公司获取用户资料

发布时间:2020-06-28 13:45:54 阅读: 来源:梳棉机厂家

元器件交易网讯 《华盛顿邮报》周四晚间报道,美国国家安全局和FBI在从事一项高度机密的计划,想要从领先的互联网公司获取海量用户资料。

这一计划的代号为“PRISM”,邮报报道称该计划启动于2007年。根据报道,有九家公司是明确参与这项计划的,包括微软,雅虎,谷歌,Facebook,PalTalk,AOL,Skype,YouTube,苹果。

根据《华盛顿邮报》的报道,国家安全总局和FBI直接介入这些公司的中央服务器,获取音频,视频,照片,电子邮件,文档和联系日志,通过这些数据能使分析师跟踪一个人的活动及对外接触时间。

在报道后不久,苹果对此予以否认,称从没听说有PRISM 计划,并且没有法院命令,政府机构不能访问它的服务器。

Facebook也否认向政府组织开放服务器,

这个计划一直没有公开,直到揭发者因为该计划潜在的恐怖而向《华盛顿邮报》泄密。

被称为职业情报官员的这位揭发者称国安局和FBI能根据你打字方式监测出用户的想法。

在国家安全局从数百万美国手机用户通话记录中收集数据的消息被揭露后,华盛顿邮报报道了这一消息。奥巴马政府及国会两党成员承认这一计划已进行了7年,并对此进行了辩解。(元器件交易网刘光明 译)

外媒原文如下:

IT GETS WORSE: Tech Giants Reportedly Share Shocking Amount Of User Data With The Government

The National Security Agency and FBI have been engaging in a highly classified program that mines data from leading U.S. internet companies, according to a bombshell report in The Washington Post Thursday night.

The program is code-named PRISM, and the Post reports that it was established in 2007. According to the report, the nine companies that "participate knowingly" in the program are Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple.

The NSA and FBI tap directly into the central servers of the companies, obtaining audio, video, photographs, emails, documents and connection logs that "enable analysts to track a person"s movements and contacts over time," according to the Post.

Apple issued a denial shortly after the Post report, saying it had never heard of PRISM and that government agencies cannot access its servers without a court order.

Facebook denied providing government organizations with direct access to its servers. Microsoft and Google also issued denials.

We"ll provide an update on these contradictory claims when available.

The program was not disclosed publicly, and is only being disclosed now after a whistleblower revealed the program to the Post because of "horror" at its capabilities.

"They quite literally can watch your ideas form as you type," said the whistleblower, described as a career intelligence officer, in a truly harrowing quote.

The Washington Post"s report comes less than 24 hours after revelations of the NSA"s collection of data from millions of Americans" phone records. The Obama administration and members of both parties of Congress defended that practice, which they acknowledged has been going on for seven years.

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