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NSA is looking for the good 'ol "limited hang out". They'll throw the FBI under the bus for presumably 16,000 FBI requests that were domestic, warrantless and not credibly linkable to the terror groups with the extraordinary powers that were granted to them under the Patriot Act.

While they lift the cup with the pea that represents those 16,000 claims... under the other cup is a pea representing the ~300 million Americans subject to illegal and warrantless wiretaps through their network of fiber splits and dark fiber reroutes to places like Utah, in major interconnect points, and "don't ask don't tell" key-sharing arrangements with telecom and social media companies.

46 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

NSA is looking for the good 'ol "limited hang out". They'll throw the FBI under the bus for presumably 16,000 FBI requests that were domestic, warrantless and not credibly linkable to the terror groups with the extraordinary powers that were granted to them under the Patriot Act.

While they lift the cup with the pea that represents those 16,000 claims... under the other cup is a pea representing the ~300 million Americans subject to illegal and warrantless wiretaps through their network of fiber splits and dark fiber reroutes to places like Utah, in major interconnect points, and "don't ask don't tell" key-sharing arrangements with telecom and social media companies.

46 days ago
1 score
Reason: Original

NSA is looking for the good 'ol "limited hang out". They'll throw the FBI under the bus for presumably 16,000 FBI requests that were domestic, warrantless and not credibly linkable to the terror groups with the extraordinary powers that were granted to them under the Patriot Act.

While they lift the cup with the pea that represents those 16,000 claims... under the other cup is a pea representing the ~300 million Americans subject to illegal and warrantless wiretaps through their network of fiber splits and dark fiber reroutes to places like Utah, in major interconnect points, and "don't ask don't tell" key-sharing arrangements with telecom companies.

46 days ago
1 score