This article surveys the phenomenon behind ‘Prism’ in view of the larger aspects of security, socio-economy, the financial sector, regime, world-politics and the maturation of technology.
Written by Scaliger
The police-state homeland espionage system code-named ‘Prism’ is nothing new. It was been reported in essence already in 2001 under NSA Spying
Unlike the traditional castle-and-moat system which keeps prospective intruders outside of the protected premisses, while leaving the residents of those premises in peace and untapped freedom, then ‘Prism’ is busy spying on the residents while keeping all doors open for any intruders. This is intended to protect the intruders from the legal residents of the premises!