NSA spying on Americans is assault on privacy

2013-06-28T00:00:00Z NSA spying on Americans is assault on privacy nwitimes.com
June 28, 2013 12:00 am

The National Security Agency has been and is now snooping, sifting and archiving info from our personal phone calls and emails. This is allegedly to stop terrorism

Who also has access to this information, and for what purpose? There is no end to the assault on privacy here in our “free” country. Are recording devices to be placed in our homes next?

This is absolutely pathetic, an assault on basic privacy, and is a sham purporting to provide safety.

- Byron Wilson, Wanatah

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