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Some of the NSA’s troubles in Asia began last week when reports emerged claiming the U.S. had monitored the communications of 35 world leaders. This immediately prompted some Asian nations, notably South Korea, to demand information on whether their leaders were among the 35 being monitored.
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guy on the right could use a good face sitting
queen laqueefa
Where are all the NSA supporters in the World? Outside of the NSA headquarters that is
Well I think julian assange is a big fan
The nature of the work the NSA does isn't something we the public can truly understand. The scope of their surveillance work is just too great for us to focus on one aspect of it and criticize.