The National Security Agency (seen here at its Maryland campus, which displays plaques) has captured the ordinary lives of Americans through its interceptions.
The National Security Agency (seen here at its Maryland campus, which displays plaques) has captured the ordinary lives of Americans through its interceptions. Patrick Semansky AP
The National Security Agency (seen here at its Maryland campus, which displays plaques) has captured the ordinary lives of Americans through its interceptions. Patrick Semansky AP

NSA’s digital spying snares intimate details of ordinary Internet users

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