The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), under approval from the top echelons of the Department of Justice, ran a secret, extensive phone metadata bulk collection program for over two decades, amassing billions of records, according to a new report published Tuesday in USA Today.
This database had previously been revealed to a lesser extent earlier this year, but neither its operational details nor its scope had been revealed until now.
The newspaper wrote:
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