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The NSA Gets an OK for Telephony Metadata Collection Yet Again

7 years ago | 9755 Views
As much as we’d like to forget about the National Security Agency (NSA) and its mass surveillance program, it seems that there is no distracting ourselves from this unnerving reality.

Missing from the news for quite some time now, the issue has resurfaced once again with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) renewing the government agency’s authorization to continue with the bulk telephony metadata collection program. Apparently, the NSA feels that such a measure is necessary for ensuring the safety of the American people. While it’s hard to disagree with them on that, maybe they’d want to try out a different approach, one that doesn’t involve making a mockery of privacy laws. Read more at:
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Tags: NSA, National Security Agency, surveillance program


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