The NSA Will Soon Stop Storing Your Phone Records
As of Sunday, phone companies will be storing your records instead of the NSA, but the agency can still request information.By Ben Lawson | November 28, 2015
The National Security Agency will stop collecting bulk telephone records Sunday.
Instead, phone companies will store records and government agencies will have to request information about a specific phone number.
The program officially shut down in June when President Obama signed the USA Freedom Act. However, a six-month transition period was granted in order to get the new program in place.