FILE PHOTO  NSA Compiles Massive Database Of Private Phone Calls

 

Obama Announces That NSA Will Reform

Recently it was announced by Obama that there will be a partial end to the major dragnet going on currently from all of the NSA surveillance. With citizens around the world, not just the United States, angry about the actions of the NSA that have been revealed in the past years it makes sense that the government would finally step in at one level or another to change things.

Who really knows just how much will actually be changed and how much will start to go super-super under-cover as to protect its operations. With billions of dollars invested into infrastructure, human resources, and more it makes sense that the NSA will highly guard everything that it has built and the databases under its control.

Unfortunately it seems like almost everybody is starting to be enraged at the level of probing that is being revealed such as the NSA’s hacking of the iPhone and Android platforms so that they can spy on literally anybody, anywhere in the world.

Surely what has been uncovered is just the tip of the ice berg and there will be more things that the public finds out that the government is going behind their backs.  A few of Obama’s items listed for change is that the NSA will only turn to all of its data for judicial purposes and in emergencies. It is unfair to record everything from everybody all around the world for no reason. Justice is one thing and it is important to protect our nation but there is an extent.

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