NSA: you might be a terrorist if...

More from the Life Imitates Art Dept.: Following the lines of last week's FCC refusal to investigate the NSA and AT&T, there's some folks out there filing Freedom of Information Act requests for their phone records to be released -- and being denied, not surprisingly.

Yakov Shafranovich detailed his experience in filing the request and the NSA's response to him; he also provides information on how to file your own request. What did the NSA say to support the denial?

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