A Georgia man, Michael Taylor, sued the NSA after the NSA denied his request for a copy of records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Mr. Taylor says that NSA has been communicating with him since 2006, and alleges that NSA personnel has threatened to kill him, insulted him, made racial remarks to him, and engaged in various nonconsensual sex acts with him via Virtual Reality. On August 30, 2016, after numerous appeals, a U.S. Court of Appeals judge dismissed the case finding it frivolous.
Do you think the NSA has the capability to intercept our thoughts and spy on us via Virtual Reality? ...what exactly the NSA did to him via VR? Leave your comments below.
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