NSA spying on 200 million phone messages a day

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By Patrick O’Connor:

NSA collects nearly 200 million phone text messages a day

17 January 2014

Britain’s Guardian and Channel Four television news programme yesterday released documents from former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden detailing yet another mass US surveillance operation. Under the codename Dishfire, the NSA has been intercepting and permanently storing the metadata and content of billions of mobile phone text messages sent by ordinary people around the world.

The latest material from Snowden has been published at the same time as President Barack Obama is attempting to legitimise ongoing domestic surveillance of US citizens, under the guise of intelligence “reform” (see: “Obama’s NSA ‘reform’ defends illegal spying”).

The details of the ongoing Dishfire operation further expose the Obama administration’s empty rhetoric about respecting the rule…

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