By Anthony Gucciardi
Story Leak
June 9, 2013

Quite frankly, it looks like The Guardian has absolutely side swiped the Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper, Facebook, Skype, Google, and a host of others who denied that the NSA PRISM program was directly tied into the tech company servers. More specifically, there was heavy denial in regards to how the NSA spy program actually worked, which is actually now detailed on the second slide. A slide that, at the time of writing this, has not even hit the front of Drudge or other sources. Here is the slide from the top secret PRISM project, which utilizes the top tech companies in order to watch and hold every letter you type through their services:

new prism slide

Leaked Slide Shows NSA Doing Everything Govt, Tech Companies Said They Weren’t

Let’s examine what the Director of National Intelligence actually said in an attempt at damage control over the initial top secret leak during his interview with CNET (who is now totally against The Guardian for leaking the information and attempting to discredit it). In the interview, the Director says that “the government doesn’t simply scoop information from company servers.” Now, with this second slide, we see that this is exactly what the NSA does verbatim. Amazing, right?

We read in the slide that PRISM entails the collection of data “directly from the servers of these U.S. Service Providers: Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, Youtube, Apple.”

In other words, it’s exactly what the U.S. Director of National Intelligence said the NSA isn’t doing. So either the very Director of the entire national intelligence division never saw the second slide of the PRISM operation that he was explaining, or he was lying to your face in an act of damage control to make sure you don’t get too upset at your leaders. As a matter of fact, PRISM is specifically about collecting information directly from the servers of these companies. It’s very unlikely, then, that this individual had no idea how it worked.

Keep on asking questions.