MSNBC – “Which is better?
Ups tracking or Info.”
“When you get that information, you can look at it, you have to go through it, it has to be able to tell you whether you’re going to have an opportunity to get more of it or not.
It’s not like you’re just looking at a spreadsheet that you put it on your desk.
You’re looking at an opportunity for it to take place, whether you get it or it doesn’t.
So the way we’re working with people is that we have this great tool that we can actually do that, but it’s not as easy as it could be. “
When you’re doing that, you know that’s the way that we’re going and that’s what’s going to make us the greatest nation on earth.
So the way we’re working with people is that we have this great tool that we can actually do that, but it’s not as easy as it could be.
And the best way to get ahead of it is the information.
Because we don’t have it, we don-we have to trust the people we’re trying to serve with that information.”
When it comes to the technology used to collect data on the citizenry, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow says that the NSA is “in a league of its own.”
She points to a new document that documents how the NSA tracks citizens online and how it works to monitor them, including the way they interact with other data.
“We’re talking about this new document called the Data Collection and Use Demonstration Project that just came out recently,” she said.
“I think the idea of using this data for surveillance is really disturbing to many people, and I think that’s why it’s so shocking and why we’re now doing all of these hearings, because we’re saying, ‘Look, look, we are the people that we are and we need to be doing more to stop this.’ “
” Maddow then cited a new study that finds that Americans are more willing to trust Facebook when it comes for privacy and security than when it does not. “
“The fact is that Facebook does a better job of collecting information on its users than we do,” she concluded. “
“And that’s because Facebook doesn’t actually ask them if they’re a Facebook user. “
The fact is that Facebook does a better job of collecting information on its users than we do,” she concluded.
“And that’s because Facebook doesn’t actually ask them if they’re a Facebook user.
It just collects all the information it needs to know about you.
And this is how the company works: It knows what information you are, how many people you have, what you’re talking to.
So it has the ability to know who you are and what you are talking to, and that is really what Facebook is really doing with this data.”
The former NSA analyst on MSNBC who has a background in cybersecurity also weighed in on the NSA’s new data collection capabilities.
“It’s going back to the basics of data collection,” she told Maddow.
“If you want to collect information, it’s important to do it legally, and you need to understand the data collection process so you can do that.
It can be really confusing.
It also has to go back to what the laws are, what is the intent of what’s being collected, and how do you do that without violating the privacy of the American people.”