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Comment: Expectation of privacy (Score 1) 273

by yesthatmcgurk (#18293690) Attached to: Sweden Admits Tapping Citizens' Phones for Decades
This is another example why when you call overseas there is no expectation of privacy. You can't expect a call from the US to Sweden will go unmonitored, and you damn well better not believe your call to Mohammed Al Muhammed in Iran isn't being listened to by MULTIPLE countries' security agentcies.

Never worry about theory as long as the machinery does what it's supposed to do. -- R. A. Heinlein