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FCW : July 30, 2013
BackStory 34 July 30, 2013 FCW.COM NSA by the numbers Amid all the stories about PRISM, Edward Snowden, surveillance and civil liberties, some truly remarkable statistics have surfaced years is how long NSA holds onto phone records Americans' opinion of Edward Snowden: are required to power NSA's Utah data center 23% 31% 46% of the 25,000 Booz Allen employees hold security clearances. Half hold top secret clearances. billion pieces of mail are being photographed by the U.S. Postal Service annually for possible law enforcement use Increase in PRISM intercepts in 2012: 248% via Skype 31% via Facebook 63% via Google 65 1,477 times in 2012 the president's daily security brief cited information from PRISM 5 22 people at NSA can authorize access to the phone records database 50 POTENTIAL TERRORIST ATTACKS were thwarted according to records obtained under Section 215 of the Patriot Act and Section 702 of FISA 3/4 160 Traitor Patriot Don't know megawatts Sources: National Security Agency documents leaked by Snowden, Washington Post and Guardian reports, Reuters/Ipsos poll, FCW research
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