Ask the NSA for your data.

They have to respond.

Submit a FOIA request to the NSA demanding everything they have on you. They're required by law to mail each one of us a written response. Trust us, getting mail from the NSA is awesome, and they really love being legally forced to write letters to people!

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Q. What is a FOIA request?

A. The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives you the right to access information from the federal government. When you submit a FOIA request to the NSA, they're legally required to respond to you. This may just be true for U.S. citizens, but if you are from EUROPE they will have to filter lots of requests, to find out, or they have to response to you. Lets ANNOY them and keep them going ...

Q. Will the NSA really send me a letter?

A. Yes. The feeling here is hard to describe, especially because the time lag with postal mail means you will probably forget you did this, and spend a few milliseconds staring at the return address wondering what the hell is inside the envelope.

Q. What's the ASCII Art for?

A. The NSA includes your communication in their letter back to you. So the ASCII art makes it more awesome both for you, and the NSA employee assigned to your request. Photos coming soon.

Q. How much ASCII Art can I include?

A. We don't know. Help us find out! :)

Q. Will the NSA email me

A. Yep, you'll get an email from them too. Forward it to all of your friends. We include a convenient sharing link in your original submission.

Q. Will the NSA really tell me what they've collected on me?

A. The statistical chances of this are low, but there's only one way to find out how low: millions of data points!

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