I only discovered the other day that Canada has its own NSA which spies like crazy, and it seems that the Canadian "NSA" (CSEC) is far more intrusive than the NSA in the USA.
I’ve been reading quite a lot about the NSA’s history, and I must tell you, even in the 1960s, the NSA was spying on virtually the entire world. They even had ships and submarines and aircraft, flying around intercepting every form of communication they could lay their hands on.
The intensity and the breadth of their spying is amazing. It almost leaves me wondering what the CIA or Military Intelligence is there for. The NSA spies like crazy on anything military and virtually anyone, anywhere, any place.
Its amazing its breadth of scope.