NSA Seeks Predictive Behavior Profiles

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The National Security Agency has admitted to allowing data collections of Americans including tracking their social networks, and travel habits. 

The agency began the policy of analyzing phone calls and email logs of Americans in 2010 after the NSA lifted restrictions of the practice of gleaning information from American citizen, this according to documents released by Edward J. Snowden, the former NSA contractor who fled to Russia in June to escape American prosecution. 

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According to reports the NSA is augmenting the data with public information such as bank codes, insurance information, Facebook pages, passenger manifests, voter registration rolls and GPS location information. 

Citizens of other countries are irate at the behavior of the NSA, and are questioning the clarity of American mass think; the general consensus of Americans we spoke with is they are (U.S. Government) watching other Americans not me. 

The NSA has declined to say how many Americans have been caught up in the seemingly unconstitutional harvesting of personal information by what was once known as the greatest country in the world.  

The organization led by General Keith B. Alexander is a known exponent of technological tools to assist in reaping personal information to develop a more complete portrait of individuals in an attempt predict behavior.  

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