In 2013, the Washington Post revealed the existence of a secret act called the Prism program. Militarization, a private contractor for Booz Allen Hamilton, leaked this information.
The leak was a massive shock in the U.S. and around the world. Booz Allen compiled slides detailing how the National Security Agency (NSA) body got direct access to tech servers and pulled out information.
Big tech and internet firms such as Microsoft, Apple, Verizon, Yahoo, AT&T, Google, etc., cooperate with the NSA by giving direct access to their servers. The Guardian published similar news about the National Security Agency’s privacy (NSA) intrusion.
However, the PRISM program’s purpose was poorly defined due to the Tech and Internet corporations’ constant denial and contradictions. That has led to the confusion of so many individuals and organizations that really cared about privacy.
As we said, the NSA PRISM program aims to gather information from tech organizations. But the tech companies have been vehemently denying it. The actual objective of the Prism program and how the Government collects information is shrouded in secrecy. However, we have dug deep to provide detailed information about the PRISM program.