NSA lovar radera insamlad data

The Intercept:

Four months from now, at the same time that the National Security Agency finally abandons the massive domestic telephone dragnet exposed by whistleblower Edward Snowden, it will also stop perusing the vast archive of data collected by the program.

The NSA announced on Monday that it will expunge all the telephone metadata it previously swept up, citing Section 215 of the U.S.A Patriot Act.

The program was ruled illegal by a federal appeals court in May. In June, Congress voted to end the program, but gave the NSA until the end of November to phase it out.

För Edward Snowden väntar dock ingen pardon trots att han avslöjade ett stort brott mot hela den amerikanska, och för delen världens, befolkning.

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