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The National Security Agency is secretly providing data to nearly two dozen U.S. government agencies with a “Google-like” search engine built to share more than 850 billion records about phone calls, emails, cellphone locations, and internet chats, according to classified documents obtained by The Intercept.
The documents provide the first definitive evidence that the NSA has for years made massive amounts of surveillance data directly accessible to domestic law enforcement agencies. Planning documents for ICREACH, as the search engine is called, cite the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Drug Enforcement Administration as key participants.
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
We've all known this was the case. Privacy is a thing of the past.
Maybe someone can use it to prove those acting like they are something they aren't are hypocrites.
I don't behave at all times, I shouldn't have to worry about my goofing off today affecting me tomorrow.
originally posted by: ArchPlayer
Give the Hackers, Crackers, and Script Kiddies some time to analyze this, and watch it become their worst nightmare.
I'm quite terrified actually, because technology is moving so fast -- and young people have always been plagued with poor insight...they'll grow up believing that it's OK to just have everyone (including the government) know everything about you.