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NSA PRISM Program Involved Collecting Emails in Bulk

The National Security Agency was able to obtain the email records and internet usage of Americans in bulk, according to new documents obtained by The Guardian. These documents reveal that a federal judge who government a secret panel called the Fisa court approved requests to access a collection of Internet metadata from Americans, as well as people abroad. The judges approved these measures "every 90 days". This procedure was reportedly ended in 2011.

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