Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald says NSA can store a Billion calls a day…

I believe him….

His information comes from Edward Snowden….

But Greenwald gets it’right by pointing out the obvious…..

It is NOT humanly possible for the National Security Agency to LISTEN to all those calls….

They just file them away for when they might need to find a specific one someday in the future….

Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald says he has another big scoop about the National Security Agency’s surveillance practices up his sleeve.

Speaking over Skype to the Socialism Conference in Chicago, Greenwald claimed that the NSA has the ability to store one billion phone calls each day.

Greenwald’s reporting earlier this month sparked the scandal over NSA surveillance practices that is currently plaguing the Obama administration. The stories were based on classified documents leaked to him by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, and Greenwald indicated Friday night that he’s sitting on several more — one of which he decided to talk about even though his story on it hasn’t been published yet.

“It talks about a brand new technology that enables the national security agency to redirect into its own repositories one billion cell phone calls every single day. One billion cell phone calls every single day,” he said.


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