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Secretive White House Surveillance Program Gives Access to Trillions of Phone Records

via LiveNOW from FOX
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A surveillance program known as Data Analytical Services (DAS), previously named Hemisphere, has been revealed to track over a trillion domestic phone records within the US annually.

Operated in collaboration with AT&T, the program allows law enforcement agencies to access and analyze phone records, including those of individuals not suspected of any crime.

Senator Ron Wyden has raised concerns about the legality of the program, citing troubling information received from the Department of Justice.

The program’s activities, including the monitoring of individuals’ call records, have sparked privacy and legality concerns.

Additionally, the program’s funding history under different presidential administrations has been outlined, indicating periods of suspension and resumption.

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