Tuesday, January 7, 2014

NSA Will Allow Citizens to Buy Back Personal Data

If you're concerned about the federal government collecting and storing your personal information online, worry no more. The National Security Agency (NSA) announced today its new Private Data Buy-Back Program, which will allow ordinary citizens to purchase their personal data -- including emails, phone records and browsing histories -- removing them from government servers.

According to sources inside the agency, there will be two ways for American Citizens to buy back their private Information. The first (Plan A) would allow US Citizens to buy all their information up front for a hefty price of $20,000.  The second (Plan B) would allow them to rent the information on a monthly subscription plan of $30 per month.