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Report: Secret court order gives US access to Verizon call records

PC World - The U.S. National Security Agency has been allowed by a court order to collect phone records of a large number of customers of Verizon, according to a report in the Guardian on Thursday.

Software_Lover4001d ago

It's not a secret. It's called the f'n Patriot Act. I can't believe people actually praised this thing.

SilentNegotiator4001d ago (Edited 4001d ago )

And then we got an extension from that idiot's autopen while he was licking European boot (as usual) in France.

ArmrdChaos4001d ago

Here comes the new world order...what a crock of $hit.

Soldierone4001d ago

And.... our rights no longer exist. Why live here if we dont even have the sole purpose of this country? FREEDOM? The government is supposed to work for us, not keep us in a prison cell.....

T3MPL3TON 4001d ago

Wait people still use, Verizon? Eww.

iliimaster4001d ago

just imagine xboxone kinnect cam always on or needing to be plugged in at all times

The_Blue4001d ago

if your not getting one, why complain?

iliimaster4001d ago

i guess you like the idea of being watched or cataloged dont you, have fun with halo 9 and gears 6 and forza 6 and fable 5

The_Blue4000d ago

I'm getting both next gen btw.

And oh I will!

You have fun playing generic white guys shooting everything that moves.

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CAT S48c rugged smartphone lands with a hearty splash on Sprint, Verizon in the U.S.

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Verizon will finally make its spam protection tools free for all customers

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T-Mobile discounts its unlimited prepaid plan in response to Verizon

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