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U.S. Spy Agencies Spend $37 Billion On Data
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WKash,
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8/31/2013 | 12:47:32 AM
re: U.S. Spy Agencies Spend $37 Billion On Data
9/11 turns out to have been a real jolt for the intelligence community-- and the tech industry, based on the reporting and budget figure disclosures in the Washington Post.
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8/31/2013 | 3:25:09 PM
re: U.S. Spy Agencies Spend $37 Billion On Data
And the death to civil rights and privacy.
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9/3/2013 | 5:30:54 PM
re: U.S. Spy Agencies Spend $37 Billion On Data
I would only add that the persistent tracking of our every move by commercial data aggregators -- and the mosaic profiles marketers now routinely have at their fingertips is just as ominous and more pervasive than what NSA probably bothers with for the vast majority of us.
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ANON1234369798209,
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9/4/2013 | 6:45:37 PM
re: U.S. Spy Agencies Spend $37 Billion On Data
So nice to see a thoughtful, valid response to readers rather than the routine ignorant quips belted by dogmatic bloggers mascarading as journalists. Your fact-based report is a credit to your profession!


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