June 30, 2014 Surveillance, U.S.
Ewen MacAskill reports:
The new director of the National Security Agency, Admiral Michael Rogers, has played down the damage caused by Edward Snowden‘s revelations – in contrast to claims by his predecessor and British counterparts that it was one of the worst breaches in intelligence history.
Rogers said in an interview with the New York Times that some terrorists had made changes in the way they communicate as a result of the revelations focusing on the US spying communications agency, but overall he had concluded the sky was not falling down.
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