(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science–June 11, 2013) The National Security Agency has been collecting massive amounts of data on our phone and internet usage. The Guardian newspaper reported that in March 2013 alone, the NSA collected 97 billion pieces of intelligence from around the world. Kim Schuske talked with University of Utah cyber security researcher Matthew Might about what it means.
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