So, is anyone surprised to learn that the NSA’s secret tracking of cell phone activity wasn’t limited to Verizon? The Wall Street Journal reports tonight that both AT&T and Sprint are being mined for data as well, so that “every time the majority of Americans makes a call, NSA gets a record of the location, the number called, the time of the call and the length of the conversation.”

Also, sources tell the Wall Street Journal that the NSA cataloged credit-card transactions, although it’s unclear if that was part of an ongoing data mining effort or a “one-shot” collection effort.