any "accidentally" obtained information that related to americans was handed to the FBI so that makes it ok.
the guardian should start producing something concrete, it is just insinuations.
people should try reading "the thing", because nobody read it thoroughly.
the guardian just beats people into submission with long walls of text.
this is much better than i worried about.
i suspect the NSA leaked this on purpose to make themselves look good.
nothing to worry about because it was all "inadvertently acquired".
its ok because they use a cointoss to test for "foreignness" (51% confidence requirement)
law enforcement often depends on guesswork so i see nothing wrong here.
all of the from the topic:
Revealed: the top secret rules that allow NSA to use US data without a warrant