Meet The NSAC – The US Government’s Shadow Spy Agency

Posted on June 5, 2015

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Just when you thought you knew what the government’s spy state was up to – thanks to Ed Snowden’s heroics – along comes the National Security Analysis Cneter (NSAC). As PhaseZero exposes, they are not who you think they are. They are not the NSA or the CIA. The NSAC is an obscure element of the Justice Department that has grown from its creation in 2008 into a sprawling 400-person, $150 million-a-year multi-agency organization employing almost 300 analysts “for the purpose of monitoring the electronic footprints of terrorists and their supporters, identifying their behaviors, and providing actionable intelligence.” Read that again “and their supporters.” As PhaseZero concludes, this shadow government agency is considerably scarier than the NSA.

If you have a telephone number that has ever been called by an inmate in a federal prison, registered a change of address with the Postal Service, rented a car from…

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