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Just today I found several articles saying that the United States will continue to spy on foreign governments. It's been known for a while now that the NSA seems very insistent on collecting information around the world, despite the negative impact that it has had on countries such as Germany.

The truth of the matter is that I could care less if the NSA wants to collect phone data information. They can waist as much money as they want on the hunting for terrorists agenda all they want, it seems like they'd only be hurting themselves more if they do. But what interested me was, despite the fact that Obama has state surveillance will continue he says he doesn't want this to harm the "friendship and trust" the U.S has made with other governments.

What are your thoughts on this? Is it an oxymoron or just the nature of every government's intelligence agencies?

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