RexTalionis: The NSA then goes through a sequence of potential additional checks, according to the document. It may look at area codes and the ordinary data packets that accompany e-mails as they cross the Internet. And it may check contact lists associated with e-mail accounts, as well as massive "knowledge databases" that contain CIA intelligence reports.
RexTalionis: I like how it's only coming out now that there are policies in place to prevent or limit data gathering of US citizens and nationals, but instead the press decided to lead with "OMG, THEY ARE SPYING ON EVERYONE EVERYWHERE" instead.Guess that didn't sell papers.
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