Sunday, August 04, 2013

Keeping Us Safe

Agencies working to curb drug trafficking, cyberattacks, money laundering, counterfeiting and even copyright infringement complain that their attempts to exploit the security agency’s vast resources have often been turned down because their own investigations are not considered a high enough priority, current and former government officials say.

Oh, OK then. Just for the terra ists.

Smaller intelligence units within the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Secret Service, the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security have sometimes been given access to the security agency’s surveillance tools for particular cases, intelligence officials say.

The article still makes it sounds like the NSA is reluctant to share its knowledge of everything with everybody, but they do sometimes and everyone haz a sad because they don't do it all the time.