A piece of legislation that permits US agencies to snoop on foreign nationals by hacking into cloud servers of Google and Apple, has sent alarm bells ringing among privacy campaigners, a British media report says.
FISA allows US security agencies to spy on anyone who uses Google or Apple's cloud storage services
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