new documents reveal the involvement of the British government spying on users “YouTube”




The government can spy on the British carrier lines for Internet connections around the world, and find out what the users of popular sites, including the “YouTube”, without the knowledge of the owner companies of those services.

The private documents NSA America, leaked recently, “Edward Snowden,” the contractor previously with the agency, and I got a network NBC News on a copy of it , to the existence of the program shared by the British government with its American counterpart, intended to spy on users, “YouTube” in real time, The collection of titles and some user information in order to analyze.

The program can, which bears the name of Squeaky Dolphin. Spyware in real time also to users, “Facebook”, and blogs.

In response to the above, denied each of the two “Facebook” and “Google” – the owner of “YouTube” – knowing the fact that the British government spying on their services, as confirmed not submitted any facilities allow the government to spy on those services.

The official spokesman for the “Google” the direction of the company to expand the use of encryption, which includes all services of the company, also confirmed “Facebook” trend towards support services for more security tools.

The documents showed the ability of “the institution of British government communications” to connect to the Internet to capture data from fiber-optic cables, and analyzed using a program called Splunk.

It is noteworthy that the leaks earlier pointed out that the National Security Agency, the U.S. has been able to coordinate with “the institution of British government communications” GCHQ to penetrate the main lines of communication that connect data centers companies, “Yahoo” and “Google”, in secret, and control information sent through real-time, taking advantage of a secret project codenamed “MUSCULAR”.
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