Published on 11 Jun 2013

How to protect yourself from Prism, and other wiretaps
Jim Marrs | - A View From Marrs
If you want to stay out of the ireful, omnipresent eye of the US and other governments, Prism, and the extensive wiretaps that undoubtedly exist throughout the world's internet and telephony networks, here are a few tips. Stop using social networks. If it turns out that the US government has direct access to Facebook, Microsoft, and Google's servers, you really should stop using their services. You can try using another social network that's outside Prism's catchment area, but really you're just delaying the inevitable. Surf using HTTPS. If you use Chrome or Firefox, you should install the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere add-on. HTTPS is an encrypted form of HTTP, the protocol that your browser uses to fetch web pages from remote servers. HTTPS should prevent the NSA from intercepting your communications