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NSA won’t say if it is “spying” on Congress [Which Means It IS]

from CNN:

Congress is just like everyone else. That’s the message the National Security Agency has for Sen. Bernie Sanders.

The independent senator from Vermont sent a letter to the agency Friday, asking whether it has or is “spying” on members of Congress and other elected American officials.

The NSA provided a preliminary response Saturday that said Congress has “the same privacy protections as all U.S. persons.”

“NSA’s authorities to collect signals intelligence data include procedures that protect the privacy of U.S. persons. Such protections are built into and cut across the entire process. Members of Congress have the same privacy protections as all U.S. persons,” said the agency in a statement obtained by CNN.

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1 comment to NSA won’t say if it is “spying” on Congress [Which Means It IS]

  • B.M.

    Guaranteed if they weren’t spying on Congress, the bought and paid for stooges would say nothing. Now that they’ve learned EVERYONE is being spied on, including Congress, perhaps some behind closed doors deals will be needed to get the NSA off Congress’ back.

    Note though, that the “little people” will likely continue to be targeted by the NSA even after Congress fixes their issue. Just another perk by being a member of “the Club.”

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