John Inglis, deputy director of the National Security Agency, testified before Congress in June 2013. C-SPAN According to a new report by The New York Times, the National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting content—not just the previously acknowledged metadata—of Americans who simply “mention information about foreigners under surveillance, according to intelligence officials.” The Times says that mention of this practice first appeared in Snowden documents published by The Guardian on June 20, but was “largely overlooked.” The Times wrote:     

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