Latest National Security Agency Stories
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Documents released Friday by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden reveal that the US security agency is attempting to target the privacy-protecting Tor web browsing software, various media outlets have reported.
New claims indicate that the National Security Agency has collected cellphone location data in the past and may be using it to spy on fellow Americans. The government has confirmed the collection of data, but denies its usage in intelligence.
For the past three years, the National Security Agency has been analyzing its vast repository of phone and e-mail logs, as well as other information, to create complex diagrams of the social connections of some US citizens, including their associates, travel companions and other personal interactions.
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The US National Security Agency (NSA) has the ability to access user data on several popular types of smartphones, according to reports published by German news outlet Spiegel this weekend.
Leaked information says the NSA has been working with tech companies to build “back doors” into their encryption methods to access a person’s email, banking information, medical records or other private data they have online.
Microsoft and Google are threatening to sue the US government after failing to convince the Justice Department to reveal more information about official requests for user data collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.
The depth to which the National Security Agency probes Internet activity such as emails and phone calls made over Voice Over IP (VoIP) lines is more than previously known.
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