You know what the Narus STA 6400 is good for? Btw all comm is bugged, this is the new norm
Big Brother loves us so much, like a parent that keeps a caring watchful eye on a billion toddlers
NARUS, deep packet inspection and the NSA
via http://www.privacysos.org While the supercomputer systems NARUS makes are likely not available to state and local law enforcement (except perhaps to mega-departments like the NYPD), they are in use by the largest and most secretive of all the US intelligence agencies: the NSA.
Boeing subsidiary Narus and other companies like it, including Verint, Comverse and NICE, automate the collection of most of the electronic data in the world, including mostly everything on the internet, including voice-over IP calls through services like Skype; the vast majority of phone conversations and mobile communications; and the transactional records that undergird these international telecommunications systems. Narus creates so-called ‘deep packet inspection’ technology that enables geolocation, tracing and extensive monitoring of internet traffic.
Former NSA crypto-mathematician Bill Binney has publicly stated that he thinks the NSA stores copies of every email transmitted in the United States. Narus is likely the computer that catches and stores this data.
Narus, the STA 6400 and AT&T
Back in 2005, The New York Times revealed what they had already known, but kept secret, for a year: the Bush administration had authorized the NSA to secretly spy on Americans’ digital communications without warrants or approval from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, FISC.