Now the Europeans are upset about U.S. Spying Allegations. The international news is full of it.
It was the latest backlash in a nearly monthlong global debate over the reach of U.S. surveillance that aims to prevent terror attacks. The two programs, both run by the NSA, pick up millions of telephone and Internet records that are routed through American networks each day. They have raised sharp concerns about whether they violate public privacy rights at home and abroad.
…raised sharp concerns about whether they violate public privacy rights at home and abroad?
You don’t have to be a genius or a lawyer to figure out if this violated privacy rights.
I have a Verizon and a Google account, and I feel violated.
End. Of. Story.