Various publications highlighting NSA spying on AngryBird and Google maps have inadvertently discovered massive spending waste in the NSA’s budget,
The mobile app initiative between the two spy agencies has been up and running since 2007, the year the NSA saw its budget balloon from $204 million to $767 million, and was piggybacking on the larger sweeps of phone data for text messages and metadata. The New York Times reports:
Never have so few wasted so much to do so little.
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