Even in the 1960s, the NSA was sweeping up phone call records ‘like a giant vacuum’

Even in the 1960s, the NSA was sweeping up phone call records ‘like a giant vacuum’

Face it: the NSA knows plenty about you, and our growing reliance on technology is only making the agency’s controversial surveillance efforts easier. But the National Security Agency has been around for a long time, predating the internet and your email inbox by decades. Even when the agency wasn’t collecting cell phone records or purposefully looking at your Gmail inbox , its mission was largely the same. The Washington Post recently took a look at the agency’s ways of old, and much like today, the NSA’s aggressive approach to monitoring international communications often raised eyebrows

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Even in the 1960s, the NSA was sweeping up phone call records ‘like a giant vacuum’

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