Report: NSA briefing reveals agency can listen in on your phone calls without court approval


Since the story broke last week of the NSA’s secret compilation of Americans’ phone call metadata, the overwhelming response from government has been “nobody is listening to your telephone calls” — that the data being collected is limited to things like phone numbers and call durations. Well, perhaps unsurprisingly, it now looks like the feds are listening. Or at the very least, they don’t require a court order just to do so.

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