Jan 172015
 
 January 17, 2015  Govt, Surveillance

Dan McCue reports:

There is no software-based alternative that can fully replace the mass collection of basic data from every telephone call made in the United States, but methods can be developed to build stronger privacy protections into the collection process, the National Research Council says in a new report.

The study was result of a presidential directive issued in January 2014, instructing the agency to evaluate the nation’s signals intelligence practices.

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