The USA Prism Plus app makes sure the NSA is watching

by: Nate SwannerJuly 18, 2013

USA Prism

You like helping out, right? How about helping out the United States government a bit? The NSA has a lot going on, and keeping tabs on the citizens of the world is a big task. We’re always moving around, changing IP addresses and such. It’s got to be tiring for them to keep track of us!

If you head over to the Play Store, you can download US Prism Plus and lend a helping hand! The app will take pictures from your mobile device, automatically, and send them to the NSA twitter account. That’s right, all you have to do is download the app and you’re on your way to being a helpful citizen.

USA Prism Plus is only $0.99, and is brand new. You could be the first one to help the NSA, and let them know every move you make. You’ve got nothing to hide, right?


  • Tonk12

    Omg downloading right now! I always wanted this!!!

  • Christopher Sass


  • poop


    • dogulas

      lol i can hear the urgency in your voice

    • JimAlaska

      Put your money and find find out ;)

    • Nick Rosas

      It could be the greatest hidden app ever.

    • Basel Kira

      I feel You ,Bro !

    • EliasAlucard

      It’s not sarcasm, it’s an IQ test, lol. You fail the test if you install it.

      • Marsg

        Well, their goes like 70% of our country

    • Victor V.

      lol yea, i was not sure if they were being sarcastic or not. I asked myself” what dumb ass would install this after reading the article if in fact it did what was stated”.

  • Saul Viayra


  • Yeah, I’m not touching this…

    • Bao Nguyen

      Thug life my broths.

  • Bao Nguyen

    Prism sucks!!! THUG LIFE!!!

  • lzr68

    They gotta be nuts. Ya i’m gonna let the gov snap shots with my phone whenever they want. Your freedom is eroding away faster than you realize.

  • End in sight

    Hysterical! And to charge a buck for it is icing on the cake!

    • Nick Rosas

      It’s free now :p

  • Otto Andersson

    Is there a way to mess with the NSA? Like can we have thousands of people write emails with NSA hot words to overload servers and cause them frustraton?

    • Marsg

      Que the spam bots

  • Marvin the paranoid android

    Of what use is spamming their twitter account. Much better would be spamming their servers and phone lines.

    • Anthony Tran

      I’ve heard of people trolling the NSA by sending innocuous emails using “trigger” words, since the vast majority of their metadata is sifted through automated filters. So someone would send an email saying stuff like, “Your wedding was the bomb. I almost missed my flight to New York City, though. I was sweating bullets at customs because they were taking forever,” etc. Because then the filters will see words within a text like “bomb,” “New York City,” “bullets,” and so forth and it will get a flag raised, but then it is actually harmless idioms when you actually read it, lol.

      • APai

        there HAS to be a better way than throwing up our hands in frustration. for the long haul, I want to move away from all things cloud. had enough of this cloudy future.

        thanks, nsa, for wrecking the free nature of the internet!

  • Micro Shaquer

    This app only supports speculation on Google’s denial of counter surveillance with the Prism’s NSA to Google’s million users. I could jump into conclusion that Google was in fact and will be a part of NSA’s unlimited and unregulated surveillance over its million users for the past many years.

    Any Freedom Fighter’s in Android community? C’mon wake up!

    • Marsg

      This app probably wasn’t made by the NSA, why would they want to post your photos on twitter? Lol

      • Micro Shaquer

        Because NSA wants to get rid of nuts. lol

  • Drizzle

    LOL. :’)

  • Robert Eriksson

    Installed app – check
    Took pic of my balls – check
    Uninstalled app – check

    • Marsg

      Should have gave them the shaft as well

    • End in sight

      If a million people all followed your lead, imagine for a second the condition of their twitter feed. Wild.

  • Jason Yuen

    unless this is a plot to find people squeaky clean enough to download this and have a whitelist of people who aren’t of interest. Or a plot to find trustworthy people to potentially hire. Am I tripping off your paranoid sensors yet?

  • Ryan

    Maybe the point is to do the opposite of what you think. To flood the NSA with trash pics they don’t want, sorta like giving them the finger. Or that’s wishful thinking and Orwell was an optimist. Either way I’m not taking my chances.