NSA Maps Out Americans' Social Connections

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The National Security Agency has used its huge vault of information to map US citizens' social connections, allowing it to identify their friends, current locations, and other personal information, according to The New York Times.
NSA Maps Out Americans' Social Connections
 
The National Security Agency has used its huge vault of information to map US citizens' social connections, allowing it to identify their friends, current locations, and other personal information, according to The New York Times.
 
The paper said the super-secret electronic spy agency has developed sophisticated graphs of some Americans' friends and family networks based on phone call metadata and email logs.
 
 
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