Report: NSA is reading "vast amounts" of U.S. e-mail

The National Security Agency is reportedly reading countless e-mails sent or received by Americans overseas in an effort to spot chatter about foreigners on the agency's watch-list. The development suggests the NSA isn't limiting itself to scrutinizing the e-mails of Americans in contact with foreigners under surveillance.

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