RT.com: NSA pays major telecom companies for access to data networks

publicerad 1 september 2013
- av NewsVoice

NSA,   RT.comRT.com. In the appearance of a quid pro quo, the NSA dishes $278 million to major US companies for access to their communication networks that scoop up large volumes of both foreign and domestic bound data.

“The fact that the government is paying money to telephone companies to turn over information that they are compelled to turn over is very troubling,” Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, told the Post.

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