Marissa Mayer – and Yahoo Spy on Americans For FBI NSA Government

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White people up to no good in their rigged hood. This time a white girl Marissa Mayer, whom is chief extortion officer at Yahoo incorporated decided to spy on hundreds of millions of Yahoo mail users. The Federal Bureau of Insurgency, and National Spy Agency submitted a classified request to Yahoo Inc.

Being the white girl that she is, Marissa did NOT disobey this order and actually complied. As a matter of fact, Yahoo Inc. built a secret special custom built software program, to search incoming Yahoo mail. Government military intelligence officials submitted these specifics to Yahoo.

No details of what these search terms were was released. Three former employees and a fourth person have blown the whistle on Marissa, FBI, NSA, Yahoo, etc. However, these four individuals have remained anonymous. This secret custom program, potentially allowed Yahoo and the government military to search all arriving emails for hundreds of millions of Yahoo email users.

US Intelligence terrorists wanted to search certain characters from incoming messages. No specific details were released as to what they were actually interested in. According to my information gathering, there were very few details of this spying apparatus.

Allegedly, this white girls compliance pissed off some Yahoo executives and may have caused former Chief Information Security Officer Alex Stamos, to leave and work for FaceBook.com instead. Yahoo, Alex Stamos, and Office of the Director of National Intelligence all declined to comment on this affair, pun intended. Yahoo, Incorporated legal's team received this classified request.

"I've never seen that, a wiretap in real time on a 'selector.' It would be really difficult for a provider to do that."

said Albert Gidari, a lawyer who used to represent Internet and phone companies on surveillance issues. He represented these clients for over twenty years. Allegedly, the Federal Bureau of Insurgency and National Spy Agency submitted similar requests to other technology companies.

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