More Spying On US Citizens – By Our Own Government

I didn’t realize the government was collecting data on Google search histories of ordinary citizens:

The National Security Agency should complete construction of its 1 million square foot data center near Bluffdale, Utah, this year. As Wired first reported last year, its purpose is to intercept, analyze and store data passing through both domestic and foreign communications networks — including the e-mails, phone calls and Google search history of U.S. citizens.

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