FOUR BILLION CALLS A DAY FOR 25+ YEARS…

September 3rd, 2013

James Ball writes:

US law enforcement officers working on anti-drugs operations have had access to a vast database of call records dating back to 1987, supplied by the phone company AT&T, the New York Times has revealed.

The project, known as Hemisphere, gives federal and local officers working on drug cases access to a database of phone metadata populated by more than four billion new call records each day.

Of course, you have nothing to worry about if you’re not involved in illegal drugs, or know anyone who is involved with illegal drugs, or know anyone who knows anyone one who is involved with illegal drugs…

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