It's generally not the NSA that decides what to open. That decision is made by investigating agencies. The NSA "has it all." There is a file on me, there is a file on you. Our files at the NSA contain contents of our communications.
Sort of like a sealed file in court. The file is there, it was "opened" or "created." But accessing the contents is supposed to be reserved based on need.
posted on 12/16/2013 11:35:38 AM PST
But the fact that there is a file in the first place seems to violate the 4th, whether its opened or not.
posted on 12/16/2013 11:42:22 AM PST
(No, Mr. Franklin, we could NOT keep it.)
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