NSA Tracking Locations Of Millions Of Cell Phones

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NSA Tracking Locations Of Millions Of Cell Phones

According to an investigation by The Washington Post, the National Security Agency is currently tracking the locations of hundreds of millions of cell phones worldwide belonging to both Americans and foreigners, with the agency collecting nearly 5 billion new records per day that allow them to trace the movements of individuals and map their relationships on an unprecedented scale. What do you think?

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    Tom Mills
    Tax Agent
  • “Then I may as well just admit it now. It’s in my pocket.”

    Sarah Henecky
    Urban Planning Assistant
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