Yes....its pn the wikileaks page
Smoke signals ftw!
Beginning a little over 30 years ago my brother came to California to visit me. We went to Palm Springs and San Diego where he had "business meetings" while his wife and I went shopping. We didn't know what the meetings were until much later. My brother worked for a company in England, about 2 hours north of London. None of us knew what he did in his work. I was preparing to go there in 1992 when my brother told me not to come, he was coming back to the States.
Years later when he was able to talk about it he said his job was to recruit spies to tap phones. The base was in England. All of the families of the spies were tapped too, making some of them quite angry. Wire tapping went on 24 hours a day. One of the targets was Muammar Gaddafi. There was a missile that could reach him in less than 30 minutes, once his location was pinpointed. If you've read anything about the history of that time you know about one of the attempts.
Imagine what technology has done in the 25-30 years since that time. I don't think for a moment that massive tapping is not going on all the time all over this country, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, etc..
What i find interesting is the next world war. People are rounded up in wars. The information collected on people these days (most voluntarily) nobody will be able to hide.
Smoke signals ftw!
From BBC today. Looks like another Trump lie (no surprise there) though he's now apparently saying there will be more information released in the next few days and there are claims from his staff that Trump says "wiretap" when he means "any form of surveillance".There are "no indications" that Trump Tower was under surveillance by the US government before or after the election, a Senate committee has said.
The statement from Republican Senator Richard Burr, Senate Intelligence Committee chairman, dismissed Donald Trump's claim his phones were tapped.
Which if true means anyone who looks at him funny is wiretapping him...newspeak.
The crowd: "Yes! We are all individuals!"
Lone voice: "I'm not."