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Ng???i ???ng ???u c? quan do tha?m ??iê?n t?? cu?a My? no?i ch??ng tri?nh theo do?i ?iê?n thoa?i va? internet m??i bi? pha?t gia?c ?a? giu?p ng?n ng??a ha?ng chu?c ?m m?u khu?ng b??.

Trong m??t cu??c ?iê?u tr??n ta?i Th???ng viê?n, Gia?m ???c C? quan An ninh Qu??c gia (NSA) Keith Alexander lên tiê?ng biê?n h?? cho ca?c ch??ng tri?nh theo do?i no?i trên.

Ngoa?i tr???ng My? John Kerry thi? no?i ca?c ch??ng tri?nh na?y cho th??y ?a? ?a?t ????c "s?? c?n b??ng mo,coach outlet store online?ng manh nh?ng quan tro?ng" gi??a riêng t? ca? nh?n va? an ninh.

Th?ng tin vê? hê? th??ng theo do?i na?y bi? v?? l?? trên truyê?n th?ng h??i tu??n tr???c.

Trong khi ?o?, ng???i ca?o gia?c th?ng tin tuyên b?? se? ch??ng la?i viê?c d??n ??? ?ng vê? My?.

Edward Snowden ?a? r??i kho?i nha? ?ng ?? Hawaii t??i Hong Kong tr???c khi ca?c ba?o Guardian va? Washington Post ??ng ta?i th?ng tin vê? ca?c ch??ng tri?nh nghe le?n tuyê?t m??t cu?a chi?nh phu? My?.

C??u nh?n viên CIA 29 tu??i ?a? cung c??p cho ca?c ba?o th?ng tin vê? ch??ng tri?nh cu?a NSA, r??ng c? quan na?y ?a? thu th??p s?? l???ng kh??ng l?? th?ng s?? ca?c cu??c go?i ?iê?n thoa?i va? liên la?c internet t?? ca?c c?ng ty cu?a My?.

Gi??i ch??c My? th??a nh??n co? ca?c ch??ng tri?nh na?y, nh?ng T??ng th??ng Barack Obama no?i chu?ng ????c Qu??c h??i va? to?a a?n kiê?m soa?t ch??t che?.

'My? se? diê?t vong'

La?nh ?a?o ca?c n???c ch?u ?u ?a? ba?y to? quan nga?i vê? m??c ??? cu?a ca,coach factory?c ch??ng tri?nh theo do?i va? yêu c,hogan sito ufficiale??u ????c biê?t liê?u quyê?n l??i cu?a ca?c c?ng d?n ch,hogan uomo?u ?u co? bi? vi pha?m hay kh?ng.

Trong khi ?o?, ta?i m??t cu??c ho?p ba?o chung v??i Ngoa?i tr???ng Anh William Hague ta?i Washington DC, Ngoa?i tr???ng Kerry no?i ca?c ch??ng tri?nh na?y "?a? ng?n ch??n nhiê?u vu? khu?ng khiê?p".

"Nê?u t?n tro?ng quyê?n riêng t?, t?? do va? Hiê?n pha?p thi? t?i nghi? d??n d??n ?iê?u na?y se? ????c ch??p nh??n va? ng???i d?n se? hiê?u."

Ca?c quan ch??c nga?nh ti?nh ba?o gia?i thi?ch r???ng ti?nh ba?o My? kh?ng nghe le?n ca?c cu??c tro? chuyê?n qua ?iê?n thoa?i cu?a ng???i My?. Ho? cu?ng kh??ng ?i?nh r??ng ch??ng tri?nh theo do?i liên la?c qua internet, tên m??t la? Prism, chi? nh??m va?o nh??ng ng???i kh?ng pha?i c?ng d?n My? ?? n???c ngoa?i.

Ho? cu?ng no?i ca?c ch??ng tri?nh na?y la? c?ng cu? an ninh quan tro?ng.

Ta?i cu??c ?iê?u tr??n cu?a U?y ban Ti?nh ba?o Th???ng viê?n My? h?m th?? T?, T???ng Alexander no?i: "Chu?ng ?a? giu?p ng?n ng??a ha?ng chu?c ?m m?u khu?ng b??".

?ng cu?ng no?i gi??i ch??c ti,coach?nh ba?o "c?? g??ng minh ba?ch" vê? ca?c ch??ng tri?nh na?y va? se? gia?i tri?nh ta?i u?y ban tr???c khi c?ng b?? b??t c?? th?ng tin na?o kha?c.

Tuy nhiên vi? gia?m ???c NSA cu?ng no?i m??t s?? chi tiê?t se? kh?ng ????c tiê?t l?? "b??i vi? nê?u chu?ng ta no?i cho qu?n khu?ng b?? biê?t chu?ng ta se? truy ?u??i chu?ng thê? na?o, chu?ng se? thoa?t va? ng???i My? se? diê?t vong".

?ng Alexander no?i thêm r??ng ?ng tha? bi? chi? tri?ch la? che d??u gi? ?o,ghd sale? h?n la? "g?y a?nh h???ng t??i an ninh cu?a ???t n???c".

Xem xe?t la?i

Th???ng Nghi? sy? C??ng ho?a Susan Collins cu?a tiê?u bang Maine ?a? ch??t v??n vê? ??? xa?c ti?n cu?a ca?o bu??c r??ng NSA co? thê? nghe le?n b??t c?? cu??c ?iê?n thoa?i hay xem b??t c?? email na?o cu?a ng???i My?, kê? ca? t??ng th??ng, ma? ?ng Snowden ??a ra.

T???ng Alexander tra? l??i: "Kh?ng ?u?ng. T?i kh?ng biê?t co? ca?ch th??c na?o ?ê? la?m viê?c na?y".

Tuy nhiên ?ng Alexander no?i r??ng NSA c??n ?iê?u tra xem la?m sao ?ng Snowden, m??t nh?n viên h??p ???ng c??p th??p, la?i co? thê? thu th??p va? ro? ri? ca?c th?ng tin quan tro?ng nh? v??y ????c.

?ng no?i v??i ca?c d?n biê?u r??ng c??n xem xe?t la?i t??t ca? ca?c quy tri?nh.

"Trong li?nh v??c c?ng nghê? th?ng tin, trên ma?ng, m??t s?? ng???i co? kha? n?ng to l??n trong viê?c v??n ha?nh ca?c hê? th??ng."

M,coach??t s?? d?n biê?u th??a nh??n r??ng ho? kh?ng y? th??c ????c vê? m??c , cu?a ch??ng tri?nh vi? ?a? kh?ng tham d?? ca?c cu??c ho?p vê? an ninh ti?nh ba?o tr???c ?o,burberry sito ufficiale?.

D?n biê?u D?n chu? bang Tennessee Steve Cohen no?i: "T?i cho la? nghi? viê?n ?a? h?i nga?i ngu?".

Trong khi ?o?, Th???ng Nghi? sy? D?n chu? Ron Wyden, ng???i t??ng ca?nh ba?o vê? ch??ng tri?nh na?y h??i n?m ngoa?i, ?a? ca?o bu??c Gia?m ???c C? quan Ti?nh ba?o Qu??c gia James Clapper la? g?y hiê?u l??m h??i tha?ng Ba khi ?ng na?y ba?c bo? r??ng NSA thu th??p th?ng tin vê? ha?ng triê?u ng???i My?.

D?n biê?u C??ng ho?a Justin Amash kêu go?i ?ng Clapper t?? ch??c v??i ly? do Ha? viê?n kh?ng thê? ,borse burberry??a ra ????c quyê?t ?i?nh ?u?ng ???n nê?u nh? "ng???i ???ng ???u nga?nh ti?nh ba?o la?i ??a ra th?ng tin gian d??i".

Tin t??c ma? ?ng Snowden ro? ri? ra ngoa?i ro? ra?ng ?a? khiê?n chi?nh phu? My? t??c gi??n, nh?ng cho t??i nay ?ng ch?a bi? truy t?? va? cu?ng ch?a co? yêu c??u d??n ??? ?ng.

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BBC News - China in space Running fast to catch up

China in space: Running fast to catch up

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The cost of human spaceflight is so high that you really only go in for this type of ostentatious expenditure if you think you can carry it off,Mulberry bags, and the Chinese have done that with aplomb these past few days.

The Shenzhou-9 mission posted a series of firsts. Liu Yang's presence in orbit obviously caught the headlines, but I was thinking more about the engineering milestones: the first manned automatic and manual dockings; the first long-duration spaceflight; and the first crew to live aboard a permanently orbiting module,ray ban sale, Tiangong-1.

Don't forget also that Jing Haipeng became the first astronaut veteran - this was his second trip into space.

Yes,lunette ray ban, China is merely repeating the achievements of American and Soviet astronauts made way back in the 1960s and 1970s, but that heritage and the sophistication of modern technology means the Asian nation is on an accelerated development track.

Beijing has long talked about its three-step strategy.

The first step was the development of the Shenzhou capsule system itself - the means to get its astronauts into space. Eight nationals have now taken that journey since 2003.

The second step - which is where we are today - involves the technologies needed for spacewalking and docking. All that leads to the third step - China's own space station.

At about 60 tonnes in mass,ghd sale, this future platform would be a sixth of the mass of the international station operated by the US, Russia, Europe, Canada and Japan, but its mere presence in the sky would be a remarkable achievement.

China still has much to do before it can get itself into that position, however. It needs a bigger rocket for one thing.

The Long March 2F which launches the Shenzhou and Tiangong vessels does not have the capacity to loft the type of modules China would want to incorporate into its station.

The Long March 5 now in development and due to debut in 2014 will significantly boost lifting capacity to low-Earth orbit,coach outlet.

It is designed to carry up to 25 tonnes just a few hundred km above the Earth, more than adequate to loft the 20-22-tonne core module envisioned for the prospective space station.

And then there is the steep learning curve associated with understanding just how you live and work in space for long periods. I am talking here about the unglamorous stuff - managing and recycling resources like water and air, and staying fit and healthy in what is a very testing environment. The ISS partners now have a deep knowledge base on these topics.

There has been a lot of talk about China becoming involved in the ISS project itself,, and the fact that it has adopted many Russian engineering standards would certainly make it technically possible for Shenzhou vehicles to visit the orbiting complex.

Europe, too, has argued that additional partners could help spread the cost of running what is an extremely expensive endeavour. But political differences between China and the US would appear to make such involvement unlikely in the near-term.

China also has something to prove to itself and the rest of the world, so it is in no hurry to join that particular club. But do expect closer ties to develop.

Do expect Chinese astronauts to turn up at European astronaut training facilities, and vice-versa. And do expect China to fly more and more European experiments on Shenzhou and Tiangong missions.

The German space agency (DLR),burberry, one of the "big two" in European space, is already pushing forward on a programme of scientific co-operation.

The aspect of all this that still makes me sit up slightly is the increasing openness now shown by the Chinese.

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On launch day, the live studio programme went on for about five hours, with studio guests and reporters on the scene at the Jiuquan spaceport on the edge of the Gobi desert.

It was just as if I was watching the rolling news output of the BBC or CNN. Remember that just a few years ago, China would only announce something it had done in space after the event. It is one more sign of extreme confidence, of course.

But a word of caution. Spaceflight, to quote the old cliche, is hard, and at some point the Chinese programme will encounter problems.

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The leader of Kingston borough council has resigned after he was arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children.

Derek Osbourne,coach factory, 59,coach factory, was arrested on Tuesday at his home in Kingston and taken to a south London police station. He has been bailed until August.

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Mr Osbourne was unavailable for comment,coach bags.

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