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TODAY   |  January 28, 2014

NSA can tap into phone apps for personal data

New documents released by the NSA leaker Edward Snowden reveal that the government spy agency can tap into popular applications such as Angry Birds to obtain personal data from and record locations of users, although the White House says they aren’t “interested in communications of ordinary Americans.”

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>>> angry birds and other smartphone apps may be more than just fun and games , documents released by fugitive nsa leaker edward snowden reportedly show that government spy agencies can tap into angry birds, google maps and other apps to gain personal data and record the location of users. on monday, white house press secretary jay carney responded that the government is not interested in the communications of ordinary americans.