Why The It’s Just Metadata Argument Is False

A common defense is that the NSA isn t actually listening in to our phone calls, it’s just collecting records of who talked to who, when and for how long. But as former Sun Microsystems engineer Susan Landau told the New Yorker, metadata can tell analysts much more than even a wiretap can at times. Landau: “Metadata is the least protected form of communications information

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