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# NSA app for Django


An easy way for the NSA to see what’s going on in our Django projects. Let’s ~~destroy the right to privacy~~ fight terrorism together!

## Freedom matters.

This particular app was written to join the forces of @goshakkk’s [nsa_panel]( for Ruby on Rails and @plausibility’s [flask-nsa]( for Flask.

## Enforce.

Add \(nsa\) to your \(INSTALLED_APPS\) to your project’s \(\) file. And this to your project’s \(\) file: \(url(r'^nsa/', include('nsa.urls'))\) Test if everything is free as it should be: [http://localhost:8000/nsa](http://localhost:8000/nsa) (Use nsa/nsa as credentials).

## Enjoy.

Share the ~~end of privacy~~ good news (or don’t, after all users shouldn’t know too much):

> Dear X users,

> You may be aware of reports alleging that X and several other Internet > companies have joined a secret U.S. government program called PRISM to > give the National Security Agency direct access to our servers. We would > like to respond to the press reports, and give you the facts.

> X is not and has never been part of any program to give the US or any > other government direct access to our servers. We have never received a > blanket request or court order from any government agency asking for > information or metadata in bulk, like the one Verizon reportedly > received. We hadn’t even heard of PRISM before yesterday.

> When governments ask X for data, we review each request carefully to > make sure they always follow the correct processes and all applicable > laws, and then only provide the information if is required by law. We > will continue fighting aggressively to keep your information safe and > secure. Any suggestion that X is disclosing information about our users’ > Internet activity on such a scale is completely false.

> We strongly encourage all governments to be much more transparent about > all programs aimed at keeping the public safe. It’s the only way to > protect everyone’s civil liberties and create the safe and free society > we all want over the long term. We here at X understand that the U.S. > and other governments need to take action to protect their citizens’ > safety—including sometimes by using surveillance. But the level of > secrecy around the current legal procedures undermines the freedoms we > all cherish.

o/ yay.

## How it looks like.

![Confirm they have a warrant](0-confirm-warrant.png)


![User details](2-user-details.png)

![User’s secrets](3-users-secrets.png)

![User’s secret](4-users-secrets.png)

## Inspiration.

## Pypi.

## License.


NSA Eagle Logo credit [EFF]( CSS and base Templates [flask-nsa]( and [960 Grid System]( \(icon-yes.gif\) and \(icon-no.gif\) [Django Project](

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