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Posted on January 23, 2014Anti-U.S. messages appeared on the Twitter account of cable news channel CNN on Thursday, the result of an apparent cyber attack by a Syria-based group.
Edward Snowden has rejected allegations that he disclosed dozens of spy programs and techniques used by the National Security Agency while cooperating with the Russian government.
A former British spy boss says the GCHQ’s access to a trove of text messages collected by their counterparts at the NSA is “perfectly lawful.”
It will take some time before the international community will be able to trust the U.S. government, President Obama acknowledged in an interview Saturday.
FOX journalist Jana Winter says a Colorado subpoena ordering her to disclose unnamed sources in a report led to harassment and had a severe impact on her ability to report the news.
Former government contractor Edward Snowden frequently found bugs in NSA software that the agency never patched, a former colleague told Forbes in December.
The NSA has the ability to covertly monitor the contents of 100,000 “offline” computers, according to a report by the New York Times.