POLITICS
08/29/2013 09:15 pm ET

NSA Paying U.S. Companies For Access To Communications Networks

The National Security Agency is paying hundreds of millions of dollars a year to U.S. companies for clandestine access to their communications networks, filtering vast traffic flows for foreign targets in a process that also sweeps in large volumes of American telephone calls, e-mails and instant messages.

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