Sep 302015
 September 30, 2015  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Patrick Howell O’Neill reports:

The Justice Department is investigating the FBI’s use of information taken directly from mass surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency (NSA)’s collection of telephone metadata.

The yield of that NSA spying program was described by a judge as a “staggering” amount of data when the agency’s ability to collect it was struck down as illegal in court earlier this year. The program was resumed in June and will run until at least December.

Read more on The Daily Dot.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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