By now, you’re probably thinking about the Snowden revelations about the NSA’s massive data collection programs.
There’s been plenty of talk about how these programs have been used to crack open data on millions of people, but there’s one very big question: How did the NSA get access to this data in the first place?
The answer may surprise you.
It turns out that the NSA, not Microsoft, is the source of all the NSA spying.
Ars Technicom The NSA was not the sourcesource of all of the NSA data collection.
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