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+ - NSA Head Asks How To Spy Without Collecting Metadata->

Submitted by jfruh
jfruh (300774) writes "NSA Director Keith Alexander, testifying before the Senate this week, got weirdly petulant, asking his critics how he was supposed to do his job without collecting metadata on American communications. "If we can come up with a better way, we ought to put it on the table and argue our way through it," he said. "There is no other way that we know of to connect the dots." He also implied that major U.S. tech companies might have greater capacities than his organizations, and that they should help him out with new ideas."
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NSA Head Asks How To Spy Without Collecting Metadata

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