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+ - AT&T Maintains Call Database for the DEA Going Back to 1987-> 1

Submitted by Jah-Wren Ryel
Jah-Wren Ryel (80510) writes "Forget the NSA — the DEA has been working hand-in-hand with AT&T on the Hemisphere database of records of every call that passes through AT&T's phone switches going back as far as 1987. The government pays AT&T for contractors who site side-by-side with DEA agents and do phone records searches for them."
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AT&T Maintains Call Database for the DEA Going Back to 1987

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