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Non-Foreigners Need Not Non-Worry

The Electronic Frontier Foundation:

The Washington Post previously reported that the NSA only needs to have 51% confidence in a person’s “foreignness.” These new documents reveal that if the NSA cannot determine its target’s ‘foreignness,’ they can keep on spying. Instead, you “will be presumed to be a non-United States person unless [you] can be positively identified as a United States person."

I trust that the NSA is making every effort to ensure my "non-foreignness" before they store and index my data. Don’t you trust them?