NSA collecting daily domestic telephone data from Verizon: The Guardian

June 2013
Moderate Voice;6/5/2013, p11
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The article offers information on the National Security Agency(NSA)'s instruction to Verizon Communications Inc. to provide an electronic copy of all U.S. phone call detail records. It states that Verizon Business Network Services Inc. has networks in North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, Australia, Japan and Africa. It mentions that the surveillance order came into effect 10 days after the Marathon bombings.


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