The NSA’s Google-Like Surveillance Machine and How It Shares with Law Enforcement

Tue Aug 26, 2014 AT 8:03 AM EDT

The NSA secretly shares intercepted communications data it collects on foreign targets and Americans who have not been accused on any wrongdoing with nearly two dozen federal agencies, reveals The Intercept. It does so through a “Google-like” search engine which allows federal agents to search nearly 900 billion records on meta-data – phone calls, emails, GPS coordinates, and instant message chats.

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