This CenturyLink Prism TV Services customer agreement is with the parts and materials (“agreement”) mentioned in centuryTel Broadband Services, LLC (or any other applicable CenturyLink operating company that provides services on your site) (“CenturyLink”) and the end user of the CenturyLink services described below (“you” or “customer”). For customer comfort reasons, this agreement combines the commitments of several CenturyLink entities, but does not create joint responsibility between CenturyLink entities. The special CenturyLink unit that provides you with the service, equipment and/or software and whose provision and reception are subject to all the provisions of the Contract, unless otherwise stated. Please carefully consider the agreement, as it regulates your use of digital television services marketed as “Prism TV” and all other CenturyLink services that will be or will be provided via a digital television platform (all “services”). This agreement remains fully in effect until termination, until it is terminated in accordance with the following information. For the purposes of this agreement, the terms “we” or “we” or “our” refer to CenturyLink. For the purposes of this Agreement, the terms “you” or “your” or “your customer” or “customer” refer to you, subscribers, including all other members and/or customers of the subscriber site where CenturyLink provides services and devices. Some SIGADs, such as PRISM, collect data at the PSI level, but others remove it from high-level infrastructure. This type of collection is called “upstream.” The upstream collection includes programs known as BLARNEY, FAIRVIEW, OAKSTAR and STORMBREW, including individual SIGADs.
Data embedded in a SIGAD can be collected by other means, in addition to service providers, for example, it can be collected by passive sensors around messages or even stolen from a single computer network during a computer hack.       Not all SIGADs include wholesale collection. B, for example, data can be extracted directly by a service provider through an agreement (as with PRISM) by hacking or any other means.    FULL AGREEMENT. This agreement contains all the understanding of you and GraphPad as to the purpose of this Agreement and replaces all other previous or concurrent communications, agreements, insurance, warranties or advertisements regarding user software and documentation. In a blog post, David Simon, the creator of The Wire, compared the NSA programs, including PRISM, to an attempt by the city of Baltimore in the 1980s to add selected number recorders to all pay phones to find out which people were called by the callers;  The city believed that the traffickers were using pay phones and beeps, and a municipal judge allowed the city to place the recorders. The dialers` placement served as the basis for the first season of the show. Simon argued that the media attention to NSA programs was a “false scandal.”   Simon had stated that many classes of people in American society were already subject to constant state supervision. You can plan detailed contract profiles for contract renewals and terminations; Track initial contracting and changes to reflect market value manage all subcontractor participations as well as the objectives of the subcontractor D/M/WBE and actual priority commitments. Rajya Sabha MP P. Rajeev told the Times of India that “the act of the United States is a flagrant violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.
But Khurshid is trying to justify it. And the Indian government`s speed in rejecting Edward Snowden`s asylum claim is shameful.  Google issued a statement criticizing the requirement that data be reported in aggregate form and stated that the clustering of national security requests with criminal data would be “a step backwards” from its previous, more detailed practices in its site`s transparency report.