Frosty Piss writes: When people say the feds are monitoring what people are doing online, what does that mean? How does that work? When, and where, does it start? Pete Ashdown, CEO of XMission, an internet service provider in Utah, knows. He received a Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) warrant in 2010 mandating he let the feds monitor one of his customers, through his facility. He also received a broad gag order. Says Mr. Ashdown, "I would love to tell you all the details, but I did get the gag order... These programs that violate the Bill of Rights can continue because people can’t go out and say, This my experience, this is what happened to me, and I don’t think it is right." In this article, Mr. Ashdown tells us about the equipment the NSA installed on his network, and what he thinks it did.
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