As the debate over the NSA’s massive mining of the personal communication records of Americans continues and as pressure builds for legislative curbs to such collection, the secretive surveillance agency is reportedly kicking around one idea they hope can gain traction with members of Congress: letting third parties, namely private telecom companies, hold and maintain the giant database.
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As the Washington Post reports Wednesday:
In other words, the NSA is saying, “Let’s privatize the attack on privacy.”
Curiously, however, the telecom giants don’t seem to like the idea very much. As the Post continues: