U.S. to disclose number of Americans our government spied on as soon as January 2017

National Security Agency  headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland.

The United States intelligence community has promised lawmakers it will provide as soon as January 2017 a public estimate of the number of Americans whose digital communications were subject to surveillance under the pretense of capturing foreign espionage, according to a bipartisan group of congressional lawmakers’ letter that Reuters saw and reports here.


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