NSA ends controversial collection of Americans’ emails that mention foreign targets

 Privacy advocates are finally getting (a little bit) of what they want. Friday, the New York Times reported that the NSA will end its practice of collecting texts and emails by Americans citizens sent or received by individuals abroad that mention foreign surveillance targets. The shift away from this particularly troublesome form of collection is an effort by the NSA to comply with the… Read More

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