You Design. We HTML.

NSA stopped from indiscriminately collecting millions of phone records, but it’s not enough

November 29, 2015 - Uncategorized

NSA-Spying
The National Security Agency (NSA) is no longer allowed to collect and trawl the millions of phone calls made in the US each day, following an order by President Barrack Obama last year. The move sees the end of mass collection of call records, to be replaced with more targeted intelligence gathering. So, the NSA can still collect data, but not on the indiscriminate scale it had been until today. The deadline for ending the mass snooping was 11:59ET on Saturday (5AM GMT on Sunday) and while privacy activists might view this as a win, it’s a bit of a hollow…

This story continues at The Next Web


Source: The Next Web