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you might have bought the phone but.whoever hacked it they're the one who.holds it any device that's on here you.can operate independently so it's true.you can get into the phone and turn the.camera off yeah absolutely is there a.way you can tell if your phone's been.hacked perhaps the most terrifying thing.is if your phone have been hacked you.would never know this week on Vice the.inside story of America's surveillance.program I'm gonna be detaching the.camera the devices that you paid for.watch you on our behalf it seems like.technology allows almost anyone to spy.on almost anyone even if you trust the.government today what happens when it.changes when eventually we get an.individual who says you know what let's.flip that switch.[Applause].[Music].[Applause].[Music].[Applause].[Music].first of all I'd like to say thank you.for meeting us today here at the storied.Hotel Metropole in Moscow I say story.because for the longest time it was the.designated hotel where foreigners were.allowed to stay and it was rumored that.every room was bugged.I would definitely presume that in any.world capital or in a major business.hotel if the hotel rooms aren't.pre-wired for surveillance they can be.wired almost immediately for the last.three years a controversy has raged.about the US government's surveillance.of its own people the terrorist attack.last December in San Bernardino.California brought this debate to a.tipping point 14 people are dead and 21.people have been injured after a married.couple opened fire at the inland.regional center in San Bernardino a.judge is ordering Apple to help the FBI.break into a cell phone used by one of.the San Bernardino shooters Apple is.saying look this is something that no.court can order us to do what is at.stake here is can the government compel.Apple to write software that we believe.would make hundreds of millions of.customers vulnerable around the world if.it is possible to make an impenetrable.device how do we solve or disrupt a.terrorist plot but according to the most.famous whistleblower in the world the.government already had this capability.[Music].and as it turned out Snowden was proved.right because the FBI was able to crack.the iPhone without apples help now.Edward Snowden remains a polarizing.figure in American politics because on.one side he's considered a hero on the.level of Woodward and Bernstein who.broke the Watergate scandal but on the.other he's considered a traitor who.jeopardized American intelligence and.security around.world a traitor a traitor to the United.States these records were spread about.publicly by Edward Snowden intentionally.recklessly and I might say illegally so.we went to Moscow to speak to this.controversial figure about the state of.surveillance in America today.so NSA CIA FBI can they get into my.phone yes can they get into my laptop.absolutely I've had anything as long as.they can dedicate people money and time.to the target they can get in and what.kind of information can they get from my.phone for example everything in your.contacts list every SMS messages it's.used every place that's ever been where.the love phone is physically located.even if you've got GPS disabled because.they can see which wireless access.points are near you every part of a.private life today is found in someone's.phone we used to say a man's home is his.castle today a man's phone is his castle.my question to you is why don't more.people care because we've gone from cold.war pre 911 to effectively a police.state that's watching your every move.anyone went oh why part of it is the.fact that it happened invisibly and if a.politician had said we want to watch.everybody in the country people would.have been up in arms about it in the.wake of September 11th the vice.president in the United States Dick.Cheney and his personal lawyer David.Addington conspired with a number of.top-level officials in the NSA and other.agencies to change not only what they.considered to be the legal restraints.but actually the culture of surveillance.in the intelligence community they moved.from the exceptional surveillance to the.surveillance of everyone.technology has changed instead of.sending people to follow you we use the.devices that you paid for the services.and the systems that surround you.invisibly everyday to watch you on our.behalf.metadata is the fact that a.communication occurred so I called you.you called me when you called me where.you called me from this information is.the same thing that's produced when a.private investigator follows you around.all day they can't sit close enough to.you in every cafe to hear every word.you're saying but they can be close.enough to know when you left your house.but the license plate of the car you're.driving where you went who you sat with.how long you were there when you left.where you went after that.that's metadata now all of this metadata.it turns out was actually remarkably.easy to getta in fact you don't even.have to hack the phone at all all you.need is technology that is readily.available called an MZ capture that can.intercept your phone's metadata remotely.every phone has what's called an MC.which is actually for the SIM card.that's your subscriber information what.your name is what's your phone number is.all of our devices as they travel.throughout the day are constantly.broadcasting in sort of this radio.Orchestra MZ catchers masquerade is the.legitimate cellphone telling me so when.you're saying hey cell phone tower can.you hear me instead a man in the.somebody with an MC catcher in the trunk.of their car in a briefcase in their.office has it sent a louder signal back.to you than the cellphone tower and say.I'm the cellphone tower now this sounds.pretty complex how hard is it to make or.buy names again.it's incredibly you buy these things off.the shelf every Police Department the.United States seems to be buying these.things nowadays now the use of MZ.catchers by police recently caused.international headlines when a newspaper.in Norway attempted to track the amount.of MZ caches in Oslo and actually found.so many that they questioned if their.tracker was working properly after.hiring a cyber security firm they.discovered that not only were they.indeed correct but that these devices.were actually being used to spy on their.own government facilities in five places.in Oslo the measurements was so serious.that they could say with high.probability that there was MC caches the.most clear science was in the area of.the Prime Minister's Office and the.Ministry of Defence we also got alert up.in the embassies area and in the in.front of the Parliament and while the.police initially denied using MZ.catchers extensively in the face of.overwhelming evidence they were.eventually forced to admit it the police.stated that we are using in C catcher at.minimum once a week and that was the.first time ever that the police had go.out and stated how often they were using.these kinds of equipment in all the.areas that we detected signals thousands.of people are strolling by every day so.that's I think that's some of the.problem with these kinds of technology.because you're looking for one number.but you're in the same face you're.collecting hundreds of numbers now this.technology is being used by police.forces all over the world in fact in New.York City alone MZ catchers have been.used more than a thousand times by.police since 2008 and that's just the.tip of the iceberg as they're now being.used all around us all the time there's.a joint CIA NSA program called.appropriately enough shenanigans.shenanigans was a project to mount on.airplanes than MZ Catrin.and fly it around the city they can tell.when you've traveled they can tell when.you move this all happens without.warrants right.shenanigans was happening in Yemen.that's where it was being tested you go.well look this is being used to aim.missiles at terrorists I'm okay with.that but these programs have a.disturbing frequency a tendency to move.from war front to home front right and.within six months of shenanigans being.reported The Wall Street Journal.reported that the same technology was.now being used domestically inside the.United States the FBI has a specific.aviation unit that's flying around.cities and frequently they're they're.monitoring protesters rather than.violent criminals the black lives.matters protests in Baltimore.the FBI was flying surveillance over the.protesters now this has been cause for.alarm because modern surveillance.technologies are already being used by.oppressive regimes to suppress.government opposition.[Applause].since 2011 Petronas witnessed some of.the largest protests in its history.there are thousands of protesters taking.to the streets who are do boggling more.democratic reforms and obtained your.regime Elijah Harvey is a Bahraini.activist who found herself the target of.government surveillance in 2012 I was.briefly arrested immediately after I was.released I received a string of four or.five emails that were very suspicious to.me I suspected that this was a cyber.attack so I immediately sent the.suspicious emails to my colleague Morgan.that citizen that it actually turned out.that this spyware was produced and.operated by a British German company.called finfisher this is a company that.specializes in producing hacking.software and it claims that it sells.them to government regimes so that.immediately fitted with my suspicion.that this was the Bahraini regime the.spy was capable of switching your.microphone on your camera is capable of.logging every single thing that you type.there a handful of key companies in.Europe that are openly marketing.promoting and selling these tools in.arms exhibitions in European capitals.they are not being used in the name of.tackling terrorism they are being used.to keep these raves in place and empower.now to see exactly what type of.information a hacked phone can yield we.contacted the same hacker who uncovered.the bahraini scandal and asked him to.hack one of our own reporters using the.same type of software a targeted Elijah.hobby's we were able to completely.common to your Ben's phone and he never.knew it so Ben was in Pakistan doing a.shoot on polio so you hacked his phone.and you figured out who he called right.and so I mean what we've got here as I.can see you know who he's calling and.when he called them and how long the.calls were we can actually record his.calls let's have a listen to them.[Music].this will also keep a list of bins with.browsing history and so for instance you.can see here he's google searching for.BBC you can see news articles that he's.writing checking his twitter it's sort.of like reading someone's mind because.you can sort of see what they're.thinking while they're on the internet.so we've been a location tracking bin.and you can even get it to animate and.so we'll show where bin bin is at.various sort of times you can see him.travelling around the city there and you.can tell exactly where he is which is.obviously in terms of keeping tabs on.someone a highly desirable thing think.about anything that the phone can do.right like once you've actually.installed this malicious software on the.phone then it's simply a matter of.activating the phone's capabilities so I.mean the phone has a camera right well.now we can turn on the camera.what are these assets yes so the ambient.recording is kind of the invisible.microphone that the real sort of spy.stuff for many hours so he's.interviewing a Gitmo detainee a former.Gitmo 8pj so I guess when you talk about.protecting journalists protecting your.source is a big issue can you be said to.be practicing journalism in a.traditional sense if you can't guarantee.social protection you may be some.actively endangering their livelihood.welfare.life now with software like this and the.other more commercially available.software it seems like technology allows.almost anyone to spy on almost anyone we.live in a golden age of convenience.enabled by technology and so that means.that you know you and I can be on other.sides of the planet and we can have a.conversation in real time for normanni.technology has enabled convenience of.communication but also convenience and.surveillance now this so-called golden.age of technology has essentially made.it possible for anyone to spy on anyone.else it begs the question can people for.example journalists ever go dark is that.even possible now with these new.advancements how do we go black also.going black is a a pretty big ask for me.for example I really know what I'm doing.yeah but if the NSA wants to pop my box.you know totally gonna do it but if you.know you're actively under threat if you.know your phone has been hacked these.are ways that you can ensure that your.phone works for you rather than working.for somebody else you might have bought.the phone but whoever hacked it they're.the one who wants it.that's because third parties can.actually turn on your phone's.microphones and cameras without you.knowing it any device that's on here you.can operate independently so it's true.you can get into the phone and turn the.camera yeah absolutely.so you would turn this guy off you'll.just heat that guy until the solder is.molten because I'm gonna be detaching.these ribbon cables that are connecting.the camera as a surface mount device.you'll be able to just pull it off like.that so this is the camera.what's that this is the other camera you.guys two cameras in your phone you got.your front-facing camera or sort of the.selfies I guess your rear facing camera.it's and I think this one has a multi.microphone array which is gonna be this.guy this guy and this guy but if you.take out the microphones then how do you.use it as a phone you would add your own.external microphone for example the iPod.type earbuds that have the mic.integrated on the lanyard is there a way.you can tell if your phone's been high.perhaps the most terrifying thing is if.your phone had been hacked you would.never know and as vice news reporter.Jason Leopold found surveillance has.become so ubiquitous that even the.government agencies responsible for.policing it are not secure you got a.FOIA request recently in the mail that's.causing quite a stir the way that this.all surfaced Dianne Feinstein and she.made this extraordinary floor speech as.the head of the Senate Intelligence.Committee Feinstein delivered some.shocking allegations on two occasions.CIA personnel electronically removed.committee access to CIA documents she.said that the CIA had hacked into Senate.computers while these staffers who work.for her were writing a report about the.CIA's torture program John Brennan the.director of the CIA said that is.preposterous our only way to look deeper.into it was to file a Freedom of.Information Act request so these.documents absolutely backed up.everything that Dianne Feinstein said.what's most interesting though what I.would call a smoking gun John Brennan.wrote a letter and he said that the CIA.staff had improperly accessed your.computers but John Brennan never sent.this letter to Dianne Feinstein they.said that this letter was mistakenly.turned over to us right it was an.accident and it actually should not have.been released to us and they asked us.not to post it because it's embarrassing.completely embarrassing for them and.we declined that request because there's.no natural security concerns in this.letter this is simply something that.John Brennan do not want the public to.see after making all these statements.about what the CIA did not do we now.know that the CIA officers were in fact.spying on the committee charged with.keeping them in line so he spoke to one.of those committee members Senator Ron.Wyden about the letter that Brennan.never meant to send this will be the.first time I've ever said this publicly.my sense is there were clearly people at.the CIA who understood that what mr..Brennan had done was flat-out wrong and.they drafted an apology letter and yet.mr. Brennan it was just unwilling to.publicly acknowledge wrongdoing this is.basically rewriting the law we are the.agency that is required by law to.conduct vigorous oversight over the CIA.we can't do vigorous oversight over the.agency if the agency were supposed to be.overseeing is in fact secretly searching.our files now senator Wyden has become a.leader in attempting to rein in our.intelligence community director clapper.I want to ask you senator Wyden said is.the NSA collecting any kind of data.on Milly's for hundreds of millions of.Americans and James clapper sort of.scratched his head no sir and he said no.it does not they do not not wittingly.the most senior intelligence official in.the United States of America raised his.hand and sworn oath to tell the truth to.Congress and he lied on camera he wasn't.charged despite the fact that he that's.a felony.he didn't even lose his job he's still.in doing the same thing today within a.few months he admitted that he lied he.said his answer was too cute by half and.the least untruthful statement that he.felt he could have made at the time my.view is that if you're going to protect.the American people.you've got to embed those protections.into law and we of course have been very.concerned about with what I call Secret.law and at the heart of that secret law.is FISA the Foreign Intelligence.Surveillance Act which authorized secret.courts to greenlight domestic spying.programs the government persuaded the.court to say it was okay to collect.metadata when you read the fundamental.law you didn't hear anything about.metadata and collecting millions of.Records on law-abiding people that was.all done in secret and in fact I went to.the floor of the Senate and I warned.that when the American people found out.how that law had been secretly.interpreted they would be very angry and.that in fact was the case now public.anger hasn't been enough to end many of.these programs but increasingly the.question isn't whether or not they can.be justified under law but whether.they're actually effective in the first.place recently there were attacks.Peris what happens when you have a.terrorist attack like that within.security agencies the NSA for example I.was working at the NSA during the Boston.Marathon bombings investigation and as.it was playing on the news myself and.colleagues were in the cafeteria and we.turned to each other and said I'll bet.you anything we already knew about these.guys in the databases and in Paris I'm.certain that the same conversation.happened and this is really the legacy.of mass surveillance is the fact that.when you're watching everyone you know.who these individuals are they're in the.banks you had the information you needed.to stop to prevent even the worst.atrocities but the problem is when you.cast the net too wide when you're.collecting everything you understand.nothing we know for a fact that it is.not effective for stopping terrorist.attacks and it never has been the White.House appointed two independent.commissions in the wake of my.disclosures in 2013 to review mass.surveillance programs and go alright do.these have value should they be changed.should they be reformed they looked at.the evidence to classify evidence and.they found wow despite the fact that.this has been going on since 2001 it had.never stopped a single terrorist attack.in the United States and that's after.monitoring the phone calls of everyone.in the country so that's a huge point so.two independent commissions started by.the White House said mass surveillance.has not stopped a terrorist attack and.both of them found that these programs.should be ended and then they came up.with 42 different points for reform that.they recommend it should happen to.restrict the use of these powers the.last time that I saw a review of this.the president only adopted three of the.four.two points why because they would limit.the exercise of executive power this is.something that you have to understand.it's not about this president it's about.you the presidency it's clear that the.public opposes something the majority of.these policies and yet politicians.because the word terrorism has evolved.they can't justify being the one to.stand up and mount a vote because they.know there will be another terrorist as.if they say no we're gonna we're gonna.stop doing this and then there's a.terrorist attack they get painted with.that they know they'll be blamed by.their political opponents and they're.right.of course their political opponents will.do this is the easiest thing in the.world to do and unfortunately it's quite.effective because we live in a time.where the politics of fear are the most.persuasive thing on the table now while.the debate over surveillance continues.to rage here in the US Edward Snowden.remains a fugitive for his revelations.about the NSA and he had a cautionary.statement about what's at stake when the.world was first introduced to you you.made a statement about turnkey tyranny.what do you mean by that it means that.even if you trust the government today.what happens when it changes and in our.democracy we're never more than eight.years away from a total change of.government suddenly everybody is.vulnerable to this individual and the.systems are already in place what.happens tomorrow in a year in five years.in ten years when eventually we get an.individual who says you know what let's.flip that switch and use the absolute.full extent of our technical.capabilities to ensure the political.stability of this new administration.when we think about the future and where.we go from here the question is are we.going to change and enter sort of a.quantified world where everywhere you've.been everyone you talk to its indexed.its analyzed its stored and its used.maybe against you within our.technologies here we have our laces play.reader system which can capture dozens.of license plates in a matter of a.second or well we recognize the danger.of that and embrace the fact that people.should have space to make mistakes.without judgment to have sort of the.unconsidered thought or conversation.with your friend but if that was.recorded in a database where you know.now you say I think Donald Trump should.be kicked off a cliff and Donald Trump.becomes president someday and everybody.who said that ends up getting thrown off.a cliff that's a very dangerous world.and I think this really is the question.that our political structures are not.yet comfortable even discussing but.whether they like it or not it's a world.that's coming and we're gonna have to.confront.[Music].[Music].[Music].

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