After Partial NSA Reform, Expanded Internet Surveillance Of Americans Emerges

NSA Surveillance The Obama administration expanded the National Security Agency’s (NSA) warrantless surveillance of Americans’ international web traffic in pursuit of Internet hackers, the New York Times reported Thursday.  According to documents the New York Times obtained from the trove dispersed to journalists by Edward Snowden, the Justice Department wrote memos approving the secret program… Read More

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