BAGHDAD / Obelisk: preparing and US Agency for National Security to end a program for the collection of random data for local phone calls to the Americans and the transition to a more targeted system, later than November of this.
According to a memo sent by the National Security Agency, on Monday, to the relevant US Congress committees, it 'successfully developed IT infrastructure to support the new program', which would make him ready for the work on schedule on 29 November, according to news agency Reuters.
Congress approved earlier this year on legislation that put an end to the agency to collect data at random phone calls, a practice that expose the former contractor with the US National Security Agency, Edward Snowden, over two years ago.
The legislation called for a transition period of 6 months, after which the agency can not only access to targeted data from phone companies and the consent of the court.
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