Sep 282013
 September 28, 2013  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Brendan Sasso reports:

The National Security Agency has admitted that analysts have abused their authority to spy on love interests on several occasions.

In response to a letter from Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the NSA identified 12 incidents since 2003 in which analysts intentionally misused their intelligence gathering powers.

In one case, an analyst spied on a foreign phone number she discovered in her husband’s cellphone, suspecting that he had cheated on her. She intercepted phone calls involving her husband, investigators discovered. The analyst resigned before any disciplinary action could be taken.

Read more on The Hill.  The unclassified letter was posted on IContheRecord.

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