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NSA planned to shame ‘radicalizers’ by revealing their porn-browsing history

The latest document leaked by Edward Snowden reveals the National Security Agency sought to undermine the reputations of six people, including one U.S. person, who the agency believed incited terrorist activity through social media. Two of the targets could be smeared by targeting the hypocrisy of their public statements vs. their private 'online promiscuity.'

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/nsa-planned-shame-r...



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This tactic only works on those who are subordinate to others...

In other words, if your self-image is defined by what others think of you, you can made to do anything..

If you have submitted to live by the moral compass of a theocracy, such as Islam or Christainity, Inc., and the NSA has evidence that you have violated those moral laws, then they could use that to silent you.

So, is the message of this news article to remind those who might challenge the system that the NSA has their browser history?

Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; none but ourselves can free our minds. - Bob Marley