NSA has stopped mass surveillance American citizens




US security NSA has stopped the massive gathering of metadata from American citizens. Instead of using trawl procedure called the Security Service will now focus more directly on the interception of suspects.

NSA company logo Halting the massive eavesdropping on Americans must have happened Sunday morning Dutch time per 6 hours. This is the result of a law passed six months ago by the American policy which prohibits eavesdropping unfocused; the USA Freedom Act. The NSA must now have a court order to be able to eavesdrop on people.

Friday showed US President Barack Obama already know that the Sunday mass surveillance program would be phased put, as reported Reuters. It will be replaced with a program for the targeted interception of suspects; it is expected that the systems which are necessary immediately can be taken into use for this purpose. Through the US Freedom Act may be overheard by a court order a suspect up to six months.

The NSA has been criticized in recent years over its interception programs. This not only involves the collection of phone records, but also the interception of Internet connections. Earlier, a US court ruled that the used trawl method, where metadata unfocused telephone was collected, is probably unconstitutional.


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