U.S. cconstitutes itself the most democratic country in the world. However, at the same time, the country is the spy leader upon its own citizens. Before now, the country needed the tremendous resources to keep track of the citizens, then now use of the distributed networks, high-speed computers and other modern technology reduces spying costs significantly. That is that they respect human rights.
Today the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) can crack any operating systems and scan smartphone users data. This information is reported by Der Spiegel – one of the two largest-circulation news magazines published in Germany. The journalists take up the position that the intelligence agency is able to extract information from all types of Apple and BlackBerry mobile products. In particular, the NSA can get information on SMS-traffic and records that the mobile users have in their mobile phones as well as can locate a device.
In addition, they often use scripts to read data in 38 iPhone user-friendly applications. Der Spiegel reports that since 2009 year the NSA has been picked up the SMS-messages and e-mail coming from the Blackberry devices. Note! Blackberry software is considered to be one of the safest in the world. At that, as the journalists found out, the NSA employees responded enthusiastically to each new crack.
Formerly the Guardian - a British national daily newspaper published the information about the fact that a former NSA agent Edward Snowden had passed The New York Times the confidential documents. Der Spiegel along with The Guardian, The Washington Post and The Independent expose the American and British intelligence services’ activities. Currently Snowden resides within Russia, has recently contracted a political asylum from the Russian Government.