Court: NSA violated Constitution with domestic email surveillance – The Hill’s Hillicon Valley

Court states the obvious: NSA violated Constitution with domestic email surveillance.

The NSA collected as many as many as 56,000 emails from Americans before the mistake was identified.


“This is not an egregious overreaching by a greedy agency seeking to spy on Americans,” a senior intelligence official said Wednesday during a conference call with reporters. “This is a technological problem that resulted in an inadvertent collection of a relatively small number of U.S. person communications.”

That’s the real takeaway here.  The NSA considers FIFTY SIX THOUSAND EMAILS as “a relatively small number.”

Are you getting a sense of how far this lawless organization has gone?

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