Majority of Americans say NSA data mining ‘acceptable’

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A new Washington Post-Pew Research Center poll found that 56% of Americans consider the NSA’s accessing of telephone call records of millions of Americans through secret court orders “acceptable.” A 62% majority believe it’s more important for the government to investigate terrorist threats, even if those investigations intrude on personal privacy.

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Majority of Americans say NSA data mining 'acceptable'

Updated