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White House Funds Secretive AT&T Surveillance Program

November 21, 2023 | Zero5G.com | Image Source

A WIRED investigative report of leaked police documents has revealed a secretive surveillance program between the White House and AT&T to spy on Americans and collect information about individuals and their contacts even if they are not suspected of committing a crime.

The bi-partisan dragnet surveillance effort, known as the Hemisphere Project, and rebranded as “Data Analytical Services (DAS),” has existed under both Democrat and Republican administrations, with call records going back to 1987.

According to a letter from US Senator Ron Wyden written to Attorney General Garland, the Hemisphere Project “is a long-running dragnet surveillance program in which the White House pays AT&T to provide all federal, state, local, and Tribal law enforcement agencies the ability to request often-warrantless searches of trillions of domestic phone records.”

In addition to the White House and AT&T warrantless surveillance spying on Americans, there are troubling partnerships between AT&T, the United Nations ITU, China, and the DoD.

The telecommunications system has become a grave threat to the privacy and health of Americans as well as a major national security hazard.

On top of that, the voting system is built upon AT&T’s wireless infrastructure, adding another vulnerability to election integrity problems.

It’s necessary to reign in and shut down these unconstitutional systems and programs.

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Secretive White House Surveillance Program Gives Cops Access to Trillions of US Phone Records | WIRED 

A little-known surveillance program tracks more than a trillion domestic phone records within the United States each year, according to a letter WIRED obtained that was sent by US senator Ron Wyden to the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Sunday, challenging the program’s legality.

According to the letter, a surveillance program now known as Data Analytical Services (DAS) has for more than a decade allowed federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies to mine the details of Americans’ calls, analyzing the phone records of countless people who are not suspected of any crime, including victims. Using a technique known as chain analysis, the program targets not only those in direct phone contact with a criminal suspect but anyone with whom those individuals have been in contact as well.

The DAS program, formerly known as Hemisphere, is run in coordination with the telecom giant AT&T, which captures and conducts analysis of US call records for law enforcement agencies, from local police and sheriffs’ departments to US customs offices and postal inspectors across the country, according to a White House memo reviewed by WIRED. Records show that the White House has, for the past decade, provided more than $6 million to the program, which allows the targeting of the records of any calls that use AT&T’s infrastructure—a maze of routers and switches that crisscross the United States.

In a letter to US attorney general Merrick Garland on Sunday, Wyden wrote that he had “serious concerns about the legality” of the DAS program, adding that “troubling information” he’d received “would justifiably outrage many Americans and other members of Congress.” That information, which Wyden says the DOJ confidentially provided to him, is considered “sensitive but unclassified” by the US government, meaning that while it poses no risk to national security, federal officials, like Wyden, are forbidden from disclosing it to the public, according to the senator’s letter.

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