According to a slide published by the Washington Post, “PRISM,” the data collecting program used by the National Security Administration, runs at an annual cost of $20 million.
That budget apparently does not include a graphic artist, as it looks like the NSA stole a piece of clipart for the program’s logo.

According to a slide published by the Washington Post, “PRISM,” the data collecting program used by the National Security Administration, runs at an annual cost of $20 million.

That budget apparently does not include a graphic artist, as it looks like the NSA stole a piece of clipart for the program’s logo.

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    Reblogging largely for the Hackers reference. But also hey this is important.
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    HACK THE PLANET!
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    And as Matthew noted on twitter: “PRISM started mining Yahoo content in 2008, which presumably means Tumblr blogs are...
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    They were too busy hacking the Gibson to come up with a better logo.