Edward Snowden has already warned us that this was coming but now CNET is reporting that the FBI is putting pressure on telecommunications providors such as Verizon, T-Mobile, Comcast, and Sprint to install surveillance mechinisms within their networks to spy on American citizens. Brendan Spaar from GA assumes that everything he does online is monitored and has been since 2008 if not before. The FBI is using the Patriot Act to justify the need to spy on more citizens. There is apparently a port reader program that harvests Internet metadata including source and destination IP addresses for all transactions done on the internet. That means the government knows where you are going at all times. For most of us this means the FBI knows how many cat videos we have watched on YouTube. I Can Has Privacy?