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    NSA still collecting Americans’ phone call data

    A new reort has surfaced that shows the NSA is still collecting call data on domestic calls in the United States. The organization only had warrants to collect metadata on 42 terrorism suspects in 2016, but it has continued its surveillance.
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    Since 2005, the NSA and GCHQ have been listening to in-flight cell phone calls

    It's been revealed that both the NSA, along with the GCHQ, have been spying on in-flight cellular phone calls since 2005. This is likely a reaction to the November 11th attack, but the scope of this seems excessive (100,000 recordings in February of 2009 from the NSA alone).
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    Documents claim AT&T is doing NSA-style work for law enforcement

    The Daily Beast is reporting on some documents that show AT&T is spying on its users for profit. The documents talk about Project Hemisphere, a program run by AT&T that searches trillions of call records and analyzes cellular data to determine where a target is located. It's shown that local law...
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    Ironically, the NSA Director says encryption is foundational to the future

    Encryption is a hot topic in the world of smartphones and right now the current NSA Director says that we need to embrace encryption. Instead of sacrificing privacy for security, Admiral Mike Rogers believes there needs to be a solution that tackles both.