.... along with Mi5 can apparently read anything and everything on my computer(s). According to Russian Intelligence (oops, I mean Wikileaks) they have viruses, trojans, malware and other zero day exploits that work on Windows, OS X, Linux ( bet Linus and or Stalhman are having major league aneurysms today), Android, iOS and even Samsung TVs. I'm no security expert, but if your exploits are all at the OS level, any encryption is....well, BS. I did wonder though.....does this also apply to our ancient PowerPC macs, ie, is there any "security in obscurity"? I mean, who has the time to invest in writing PowerPC OS X code, even at the CIA and NSA or GCHQ? Maybe Intel or someone more technically minded than I can answer that question. I have long adopted the notion that everything I do online isn't really private, and I TRY not to do anything online that I wouldn't do offline....but after today can we say there is any privacy online at all? Are we already living in the dystopian 1984 Apple commercial, with Big Brother (or God Emperor Trump) watching our every move and thought? Does anyone even care anymore? Beginning to think maybe its time to move permanently to one of the BSDs. Not so much to avoid the CIA, I honestly quite like the CIA. In case anyone is reading this.