to Peter, a company online called Unseen.  google them.

On 10/12/16, Peter McGrath <peter_gr...@icloud.com> wrote:
> And what company is that, if I may ask?
>
> Peter
>
>
> On Oct 06, 2016, at 08:46 PM, David Harker <kawika...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> This is why I use email from a company which is not required to report
> to any govt. agency.
>
>
> On 10/6/16, Lee Larson <leelar...@me.com> wrote:
> On Oct 6, 2016, at 9:52 AM, Jane Plunkett <janeplunk...@win.net> wrote:
>
> I canceled my Yahoo Acct.
>
> Yahoo secretly scanned emails of all users for NSA and the FBI
>
> http://www.democracynow.org/2016/10/5/headlines/report_yahoo_secretly_scanned_emails_of_all_users_for_nsa_fbi
>
> You can’t escape by merely cancelling an account. This is just another
> aspect of the FISA laws about which Edward Snowden made so many revelations.
> According to Reuters:
>
> A Yahoo operation in 2015 to scan the incoming email of its customers for
> specific information requested by the U.S. government was authorized under a
> foreign intelligence law, parts of which will expire next year, two U.S.
> government officials familiar with the matter said. The collection in
> question was specifically authorized by a warrant issued by the secret
> Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, said the two government sources,
> who requested anonymity to speak freely. Yahoo's request came under the
> Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the sources said. The two sources
> said the request was issued under a provision of the law known as Section
> 702, which will expire on Dec. 31, 2017, unless lawmakers act to renew it.
> The FISA Court warrant related specifically to Yahoo, but it is possible
> similar such orders have been issued to other telecom and internet
> companies, the sources said. Section 702 of the FISA governs a program
> exposed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden known
> as Prism, which gathers messaging data from Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook
> Inc, Microsoft Corp, Apple Inc and other major tech companies that involves
> a foreign target under surveillance. Another type of spying the authority
> allowed under Section 702 is known as "upstream," and allows the NSA to copy
> web traffic flowing along the internet backbone located inside the United
> States and search for certain terms associated with a target.
>
>
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