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The NSA Is Changing Some of the Information It Collects

The agency says it’s stopping the controversial practice of collecting Americans’ emails that mention foreign intelligence targets.
Source: George Frey / Reuters

The National Security Agency says it will no longer collect Americans’ email and text communications that mention foreign intelligence targets, perhaps the most controversial aspect of the warrantless-wiretapping program.

Here’s part of the NSA’s statement:

After considerable evaluation of the program and available technology, NSA has decided that its

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