Thursday, June 6, 2013

More domestic spying revelations: Wall Street Journal says National Security Agency also tracked credit card transactions, web searches

Here, via Mother Jones is the latest from the Wall Street Journal:
The National Security Agency's monitoring of Americans includes customer records from the three major phone networks as well as emails and Web searches, and the agency also has cataloged credit-card transactions, said people familiar with the agency's activities.
....It couldn't be determined if any of the Internet or credit-card arrangements are ongoing, as are the phone company efforts, or one-shot collection efforts. The credit-card firms, phone companies and NSA declined to comment for this article.

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