NSA claims it would violate Americans‘ privacy to say how many of us it spied on

As members of the Senate’s Intelligence Oversight Committee, Senators Ron Wyden and Marc Udall had previously asked the NSA for an estimate of how many Americans have been spied upon under the FISA Amendment Act. […]
In reply to Senators Wyden and Udall, the NSA Inspector General said […] said we can‘t tell you because that would „violate the privacy of U.S. persons.“ (Quelle)

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