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More on NSA’s Google-like search engine to share data w agencies

Thanks Rachel for posting about the Intercept‘s new report about NSA’s search engine of harvested data. I thought readers would be interested in this DemocracyNow interview with Ryan Gallagher, the Intercept reporter who wrote this story. A particularly chilling part of the interview was when Gallagher described how the Intercept is now off-limits for Federal employees. Very creepy.

via NSA Creates Google-Like Search Engine to Help Other Agencies Access Collected Phone, Email Records | Democracy Now!.

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