Thursday, July 17, 2014

OpenStack 07/18/2014 (a.m.)

  • Tags: surveillance state, NSA, blowback, NSA-reform

    • Makes email “scary” in order to disrupt NSA surveillance


      Visit the Install ScareMail page to setup ScareMail on your preferred browser.


      ScareMail is a web browser extension that makes email “scary” in order to disrupt NSA surveillance. Extending Google’s Gmail, the work adds to every new email’s signature an algorithmically generated narrative containing a collection of probable NSA search terms. This “story” acts as a trap for NSA programs like PRISM and XKeyscore, forcing them to look at nonsense. Each email’s story is unique in an attempt to avoid automated filtering by NSA search systems.

      Demonstration Video

    • Want to grab some ScareMail text without using the browser extension? Use the ScareMail Generator to get all the scary text you want.

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