July 6, 2014
Nine out of ten people, both Americans and other countries, who the National Security Agency (NSA) spied on their communications were simple Internet users and not people who posed some type of risk, as revealed this Sunday by the newspaper « The Washington Post.
This data is the result of four months of investigation by the newspaper of documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Almost half of them include names, email addresses, or other details of US citizens or residents.
Many documents, described as useless by the NSA analysts but which were also stored, tell stories of love and heartbreak, illegal sexual relations, mental crises, political and religious conversions, financial problems or other aspects of the daily lives of citizens, precise the diary.
via 90% of the people the NSA spied on were simple Internet users – ABC.es.
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