Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Stop Using NSA Collected Phone Records

US intelligence NSA will stop on November 29 with the use of the telephone data collected in recent years through mass surveillance in the United States. Just recently, the US Senate Section 215 of the Patriot Act not to renew . Through this legislation, the NSA was authorized to store massive call data of American citizens and preserve.

In a statement, the Director of National Intelligence now announced that data from November 29 will no longer be used.However, technical staff of the NSA will have three months long to access the data. This would be necessary in order of data which may be collected to verify the new USA under Freedom legislation.

In addition, the NSA would be legally bound to keep the bulk of the collected telephone records, until civil proceedings are related to the eavesdropping program completed or that the court states that the NSA's data no longer need to keep.According to the NSA Data is maintained only because of the civil proceedings and will not be used for other purposes. The data will eventually be destroyed, so the Secret Service says.

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