Mobile News Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T may get off the hook in the NSA phone surveillance program


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The classic phone monitoring scandal that was the harbinger of "deep state" accusations and home for one of the biggest whistleblower leaks in America's history is no more. The National Security Agency (NSA) has reportedly ended its controversial "bulk data" collection from American carriers that could let the government connect the dots based on who, where and when you got in contact with.

Last summer, the phone logs collection program was under the spotlight again, after it became clear that US carriers have supplied the NSA with bulk data it wasn't authorized to ...

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