Is the NSA aware of everyone's location?

Is the NSA aware of everyone's location?

The United States is the world's most democratic country. At the same time, the country is the spymaster over its own inhabitants. Previously, the country required enormous resources to keep track of its inhabitants; however, the development of distributed networks, high-speed computers, and other modern technology has considerably reduced surveillance costs. That is, they value human rights.

The National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States can now breach any operating system and scan smartphone users' data. Der Spiegel, one of Germany's two largest-circulation news magazines, reported on this information. The journalists assert that the spy agency is capable of extracting information from all sorts of Apple and BlackBerry mobile devices. The NSA, in particular, can obtain information on SMS traffic and data stored in mobile phones, as well as pinpoint a device.

According to the documents, each program developed by smartphone developers is overseen by groups of NSA professionals.

Furthermore, they frequently employ scripts to read data in 38 iPhone user-friendly applications. According to Der Spiegel, the NSA has been intercepting SMS and e-mail messages from Blackberry handsets since 2009. Take note: BlackBerry software is widely regarded as one of the safest in the world. As the journalists discovered, the NSA staff reacted gleefully to each fresh crack.

Formerly, the Guardian - a British national daily newspaper - reported that former NSA agent Edward Snowden had provided the classified materials to The New York Times. Der Spiegel, The Guardian, The Washington Post, and The Independent all expose the actions of the American and British intelligence services. Snowden is currently residing in Russia and has recently obtained political asylum from the Russian government.