A Washington Post analysis of data provided by Edward Snowden has revealed that nine out of 10 communications intercepted by the National Security Agency were from ordinary Internet users, not legally targeted foreigners. But the examination also showed that officials gleaned valuable intelligence from the wide net the agency cast.
Read original article – Published July 06, 2014 9:04 AM ET
Report: Most NSA-Intercepted Data From ‘Ordinary Internet Users’
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