June 20, 2014 Surveillance
Denmark’s Defence Intelligence Service (DDIS) is intercepting data sent through fibre cables from Norway, according to newly published documents leaked from the US’s National Security Agency (NSA)
The four documents, which were leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, were published on Thursday by Denmark’s Information newspaper in partnership with The Intercept, the internet news site set up by Glenn Greenwald, the US journalist who received Snowden’s leaks.
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