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Submitted by allan85 946d ago | news

Senate votes to let the NSA keep spying on you without a warrant until 2017

C-Span: The vote, set to affirm to eradicate the FAA Sunsets Extension Act of 2012, means we'll be living with Bush-era spy laws for another half decade. In 2007, the Senate voted to grant blanket immunity to companies like AT&T, which conspired with the NSA to monitor American digital conversations without government oversight after 9/11. (AT&T, Hi-tech)

Speed-Racer  +   946d ago
I'll make sure to have dirty conversations every time I use the phone. They'll definitely like that.
allan85  +   946d ago
Big Brother is everywhere:P If people would start talking about terorism using text messages, I think NSA will have some serious work to do.

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